[E-Book] ☆ Wild Writing Women: Stories of World Travel | by â Lisa Alpine Jacqueline Harmon Butler Lauren Cuthbert Carla King Jennifer Leo Danielle Machotka Linda Watanabe McFerrin Pamela Michael

Wild Writing Women: Stories of World Travel By Lisa Alpine Jacqueline Harmon Butler Lauren Cuthbert Carla King Jennifer Leo Danielle Machotka Linda Watanabe McFerrin Pamela Michael,

  • Title: Wild Writing Women: Stories of World Travel
  • Author: Lisa Alpine Jacqueline Harmon Butler Lauren Cuthbert Carla King Jennifer Leo Danielle Machotka Linda Watanabe McFerrin Pamela Michael
  • ISBN: 9780762723775
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wild Writing Women Stories of World Travel is an anthology from a remarkable writers group The WWW a gathering of twelve women travel the globe, returning as often as they can to share their tales of adventure Through these pages you will journey alongside each author, traveling through China on a motorcycle, playing with fire at a volcano s edge in Hawaii, experieWild Writing Women Stories of World Travel is an anthology from a remarkable writers group The WWW a gathering of twelve women travel the globe, returning as often as they can to share their tales of adventure Through these pages you will journey alongside each author, traveling through China on a motorcycle, playing with fire at a volcano s edge in Hawaii, experiencing the supernatural in Scotland, or falling in love in Moscow Life s adventures are expressed here with sensitivity and verve, providing a terrific read that is sure to become a favorite of book groups, armchair travelers, and wild women everywhere 5 1 2 x 8 1 2, 224 pages
    Wild Writing Women Stories of World Travel Wild Writing Women Stories of World Travel is an anthology from a remarkable writers group The WWW a gathering of twelve women travel the globe returning as often as they can to share their tales of

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    1. I received this book as a gift a few years ago from Dena and I had read a couple of the stories Don t really know why I stopped reading probably just misplaced it I was missing out I especially liked Learning to Breathe by photographer Alison Wright, who was severly injured in a bus crash while on assignment in Laos After the accident, she was transported via a flat bed truck with no anesthesia and had to survive for days before getting medical attention All of Wrights organs had been torn out a [...]

    2. Fascinating collection of essays by women living on the wild side, everything from watching lava on the Big Island in Hawaii to climbing high peaks to see wild tortoises, to traveling across the deserted parts of China, alone, on a motorcycle, to confronting ghosts in Scottish castles Twenty four essays, each interesting and each making me glad I am only an armchair traveler.

    3. These tales of intrepid women travelers braving remarkable dangers were so much fun They made me want to head back out to Nepal or Ladakh.

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