Here are some of the travel-related books that have shown up on my doorstep recently.
All are on my ‘must-read’ list for the next few weeks.
Former flight attendant and great writer, Tiffany Hawk, has written Love Me Anyway, a novel about the “complexities of love, friendship and family – and the excitement and loneliness that comes from living everywhere and nowhere, and the surprising detours life can take when you set out to discover the world.”
Author, artist, songwriter (and more), Julia Cameron has written Safe Journey: Prayers and Comfort for Frightened Flyers and Other Anxious Souls :
Pilot and air travel writer Patrick Smith debuts Cockpit Confidential – Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel in early May and it’s jam-packed with information about the nuts and bolts of flying as well as lots of behind-the-scenes information and even a handy glossary. I’ll be circling back around in a few days with details about my interview with Smith on the book.
And, in the guidebook category, I’m thinking of booking a trip to New York City just so I have an excuse to visit all the cool things and destinations described in Secret New York: An Unusual Guide , by T.M. Rives.
What’s on your bookshelf?