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Book Blast! How Did I Get Here? Traveling the Road to Resilience

Hi, I’m Andrew Fitzgerald, and I died twice.   Everyone dies, although not everyone truly ; I flatlined twice and was brought back to life to follow my ambitions and embark on a journey of resilience. Yes, I died twice, yet I’ve lived a full life. How Did I Get…
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Book Blast! Travel Mania – If you can’t travel in real life, do it by escaping in a book

"The author's depictions of exotic, international locations and experiences are spot-on! Reading Travel Mania really made me feel like I was right back in these destinations that I too have visited. It's a very fun read with a great message. Anyone reading will certainly get in touch with their adventurous…
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‘The Desperate Travel Lightly’ – Shorts By Tessie Regan

'Desperate people travel lightly' I recently read Shorts by Tessie Regan. If i'm honest, I was browsing Netgalley looking for a 'filler' read. Something to keep me occupied for a day or two before shiny new books arrived to be reviewed. I saw the introduction for Shorts and it caught…
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Book Blast! Warda: My Journey from the Horn of Africa to a College Education

In her powerful memoir, "Warda: My Journey from the Horn of Africa to a College Education,” Somali-American writer Warda Mohamed Abdullahi not only tells the story of her own resilience but also that of striving refugees around the world. Set in the rugged shrublands of rural Ethiopia, the contentious neighborhoods…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

BOOK BLAST! EN ROUTE: The Best Is Yet To Be

EN ROUTE: The Best Is Yet To Be by Elora Canne EN ROUTE covers the challenges and elations of travelling in a campervan, fighting off cabin fever and coyote’s and peeling away relationship detritus as Elora and her husband travel the  world. A sizeable segment of their travels included family…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

BOOK BLAST! Blue Ice, Sudden Death Climbing To The Summit of Humility

By Val Jon Farris At 11,000 feet my ice-crampon pops off my left boot and I careen down the steep glacier towards a deadly crevasse. The climb team forms a human net and catches me just a few feet before I slide into the abyss. “Hold on buddy, we’ve got…
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