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If You’re Looking for More on Literary Travel

If you’re reading this post, please go to the new version of this blog, Off The Beaten Page Travel.   Advertisements

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Book Club Traveler Has Moved

It’s been quite a while since my last post because I’ve been hard at work on a forthcoming book entitled Off the Beaten Page: The Best Trips for Lit Lovers, Book Groups and Girls on Getaways, which will be out … Continue reading

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Searching for Book Clubs That Travel

I’m working on a book about reading and travel and searching for book clubs around the country who have taken a book-related trip together.  I’d love to hear from you.  Send comments.  Thanks. Terri

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Book Publishing and Selling May Change But the Landscape of Literature Remains

I’ve been reading a lot lately about how e-books are totally changing the world of reading, forcing bookstores out of business, panicking print publishers, and leaving authors confused about where to get their books published.  A recent article in the … Continue reading

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Ely, Minnesota, for the Wild or the Wimpy

Ely, Minnesota (five hours north of Minneapolis), is home to the hardest of hardcore outdoorspeople—polar explorers Will Steger, Paul Schurke and Anne Bancroft, to name a few.  From Ely, you can launch a dogsledding trip in winter or a multi-week … Continue reading

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Literary Tatoos

I loved a recent blog post from Amanda Rudd,  “A Permanent Relationship With Words: Literary Tatoos.”  She says she has always had a fascination with tatoos, but heeded her mother’s warning not to get any, along with a whole of … Continue reading

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Buffalo, Butterflies and Oceans of Grass on the South Dakota Prairie

When driving “out west,” as people in my half of the country call it, the prairie is the part of the trip to be gotten through before you get to the good stuff, the mountains and national parks of the … Continue reading

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