Free: Globetrotter: From Pioneer Digital Nomad to World’s Most Traveled Man

Globetrotter: From Pioneer Digital Nomad to World’s Most Traveled Man
Globetrotter – A true and breathtaking story of dedication, perseverance, and innovation in entrepreneurship and alternative living. A testimony of how to push the limits of human curiosity to new boundaries.

What could you possibly learn from over twenty years spent circling around the globe, seventeen of them non-stop as a self-made digital entrepreneur? How much could your life change from exploring every single country of the world, a total of 230 countries including every single one of the 195 recognized by the United Nations? This is the account of an incredible journey with twists, turns, and perpetual adventures! Seventeen years living and working from a carry-on backpack, having only the bare essentials to live comfortably, along with a home office to fund travels through the wonder of passive income. The story of how a man destined to a promising engineering career became troubled by the prospect of living the rat race through a nine to five routine, triggering his nomadic instincts to choose a life where he dedicated every single day of his existence to living, breathing and experiencing freedom, adventure and wonder. Free on Kindle.

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Cruising the Mediterranean

Cruising the Mediterranean
This award-winning travel memoir shares enchanting adventure, authentic discoveries and great advice on traveling. Sail historic canals in Amsterdam and Venice. Ride Athens’ rickety Acropolis lift. Visit Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar. Join Al & Sunny Lockwood as they share delicious fun, playful adventure and dazzling beauty on their trip of a lifetime. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Your Future, Your Dreams: How to Retire Anywhere in the World

Your Future, Your Dreams: How to Retire Anywhere in the World
What are you going to do when you retire?

Sure, the idea of not going to the same job day after day is appealing, but what are you actually going to do?

Many of us live a fairly stationary life, creating a home base and not wandering too far for very long. But after retirement, new options appear on the horizon. You have the freedom to wander and see all of the beautiful worldly locations you never got to explore as much as you wanted, living in a world of deadlines and limited paid time off.

More and more Americans are retiring abroad and are intrigued by the prospect of a new life. A change in scenery and culture is just one of the many reasons people choose to retire overseas. Other common reasons include better weather, retiree incentives, a lower cost of living, or making a reality out of a dream. Regardless of the reason, leaving behind your old life can be scary but it can also be exhilarating.

Do you dream of waking up in time to watch the sunrise over a tropical beach?

Does the idea of re-establishing yourself on foreign shores sound more than a little exciting?

Have you spent your entire life wishing you could be somewhere else?

In Your Future, Your Dreams: How to Retire Anywhere in the World, author Angie Brimer walks you through all steps of retiring overseas, from the practicalities to the deeply conflicting emotions you may experience. In this book, you’ll learn how to outline a retirement plan. You’ll also learn about a variety of amazing countries that you can move to, and what’s required to make it work in a new location. In some places, you’ll be able to drastically elevate your standard of living and in other places, you’ll be so close to the ocean that you’ll taste the salt in the air.

Your post-retirement dreams of living overseas can come true. No matter where you choose to go, this book will show you how to create a home away from home. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Dude, Where’s my Walking Stick?

Dude, where’s my walking stick?

After my life was suddenly flipped and turned upside down, I decided to take a long walk across New Zealand’s South Island to clear my mind and heal my soul. With a pack of old, worn-out equipment, very little experience, and a body that hadn’t seen a lot of physical exercise, I set off alone and terrified, to tackle the Te Waipounamu section of the Te Araroa: a 1,300 kilometre trail through some of the most incredible and beautiful landscapes Aotearoa has to offer. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, I survived 69 days of wet feet, sore muscles and far too much muesli. This is my journey…$2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Queens of the Rajasthan Desert and Other True Tales: An India Travel Sampler

Queens of the Rajasthan Desert and Other True Tales: An India Travel Sampler
From the National Geographic published photographer and award-winning author of adventure-travel memoir Dancing with Death comes this new three-essay India Travel Sampler. Are you ready for an hour of travel dreams and cultural discoveries illustrated with 96 stunning photographs?Free on Kindle.

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Savoring the World: Hit and Misadventures – A Memoir

Savoring the World: Hit and Misadventures - a memoir
Not your typical travelogue. Instead, this book is organized by the nature of the experience the author had while traveling.I am an avid world traveler. These glimpses of my world journeys are poignant, funny, comical, inspiring, and sometimes frightening, but one thing is for certain: every word details precisely and truthfully how it all happened. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Chase of the Rising Sun

Chase of the Rising Sun
Immersive, fascinating and with an ending that will quite simply…blow your socks off!

Who ever really knows themselves? And if you don’t know yourself, can you ever be truly happy? Mark Rasper is a thirty-year old, man who has always had a fascination with Japan. It started when he played Metal Gear Solid with school buddy Paul, becoming thoroughly captivated not only by everything Japanese, but by the character Solid Snake. When a transfer opportunity turns up at the company he works for, he doesn’t hesitate, and before he has time to change his mind he is on a plane to Tokyo. Mark is no tourist; he is there to be absorbed into this kaleidoscope of colors, with its rich heritage and honorable lifestyle. He soon learns that karoshi means overworked to death, and that being able to sing makes him a karaoke star! But what will he learn about himself? Is he embracing a new life, or simply running away? What will it take for him to stop and really look deep?

Chase of the Rising Sun is an invitation to take a peek into the wonderful, colorful world that is Japan. Soak up traditions, and experience real life in Tokyo – a world apart from ‘Lost in Translation.’ Absorb the atmosphere; get to know the people, and witness first-hand one of the most devastating events in Japanese history.

Drench yourself in Japanese culture, and to read a story with an unexpected and extremely powerful ending! $0.99 on Kindle.

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Flavour with Benefits: France

Flavour with Benefits: France

Would you love to escape on a romantic journey? Your ticket is between the covers of the stunning Flavour with Benefits: France.

Discover the world’s most popular travel destination:
* Experience breathtaking France with over 100 original photographs.
* Sail by limestone cliffs on a warm Mediterranean current.
* Descend a glowing staircase to a wine cave filled with millions of bottles of champagne.

Learn about women who changed the world:
* The Grande Dame of Champagne who couldn’t vote yet built an empire.
* La mère (the mother) Brazier whose restaurants set new culinary standards.

Food that doesn’t compromise flavour or health:
* Enjoy 50+ inspired recipes accompanied by stunning photographs.
* Learn about food as medicine and a five-year-old girl.
* Crave a dessert that reimagines: I’ll have what she’s having!

Flavour with Benefits: France will inspire you to plan the trip of your dreams and indulge in flavours that deliver a pleasant surprise. Join the authors on a vicarious tour you won’t forget. $4.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Have Laptop, Will Travel: Memoirs of a Digital Nomad

Have Laptop, Will Travel: Memoirs of a Digital Nomad
This second edition has been comprehensively revised, updated, and expanded, and includes a variety of additional photos. Newly brimful and fresh, an extended version to take this modern-day odyssey to the next level of fun, fascination — and happy endings.

Readers are calling this the male version of Eat Pray Love! Phil goes digital nomad for a year-long odyssey, traveling to 12 cities in 12 months on 4 continents. What these cities are ‘really like’ will make you laugh, think, learn and even cringe a little. The author’s personal journey of self-discovery adds up to a year of life-changing experiences: what’s personal is universal.

More than a bucket list on steroids, this memoir reveals tales of food, love, and life in far off lands. Phil aims to inspire readers to pursue their own dreams and aspirations through the joy of travel. Have Laptop, Will Travel! Free on Kindle.

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Dude, Where’s My Walking Stick?

Dude, where's my walking stick?

After my life was suddenly flipped and turned upside down, I decided to take a long walk across New Zealand’s South Island to clear my mind and heal my soul. With a pack of old, worn out equipment, very little experience, and a body that hadn’t seen a lot of physical exercise, I set off alone and terrified, to tackle the Te Waipounamu section of the Te Araroa: a 1,300 kilometre trail through some of the most incredible and beautiful landscapes Aotearoa has to offer. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, I survived 69 days of wet feet, sore muscles and far too much muesli. This is my journey…$2.99 on Kindle.

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Lost on the Way: A Journal From the Camino de Santiago

Lost on the Way: A Journal From the Camino de Santiago

Like the thousands of tiny yellow arrows that mark the way to Santiago, these heartfelt entries remind us that hope often hides in unexpected places, and stand as a testament to all who read them that there’s nothing wrong with getting lost on the way. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Braving the World: Adventures in Travel and Retirement

Braving the World: Adventures in Travel and Retirement

In 2017 my husband Dave and I packed four suitcases and one beer cooler full of insulin and boarded a one-way flight to Italy for a year-long adventure. After a year of quarantine, travel-starved readers will enjoy this book called “…a breathtaking overseas journey that will warm your heart and make you smile.” Indies Today (5 star review)

“This book is a revelation about the ups and downs of European travel.”  -US Review of Book  

$4.99 on Kindle.

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The Art of Slow Travel

The Art of Slow Travel
For the travel curious and budget-conscious who dream of world travel for weeks to months or even years—The Art of Slow Travel, an unusual comprehensive guide, is filled with anecdotes, practical tips, hacks, and resources and encourages a perspective of conscious slow travel, discovery, and personal growth. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Back on Bonaire: Rediscovering Diver’s Paradise as a Father

Back on Bonaire: Rediscovering Diver's Paradise as a Father

When a midlife surprise upends his plans, will his dreams of exploration end…or begin anew?

Andrew Jalbert has always been an adventurer at heart. Drawn to the breathtaking island of Bonaire in his twenties, he transformed a passion for diving and natural beauty into a career as a writer and underwater photographer. But with goals to retire to the Caribbean paradise, he was unexpectedly gifted with fatherhood at age forty-three and the challenge of merging two seemingly incompatible lives.

Determined to pass on his appreciation for the dazzling theater of the sunshine and the artistry of undersea landscapes, Andrew annually took his son to the place he so loved. And over the course of their week-long excursion when the boy was five, the doting dad found the isle’s magic renewed by an insatiably curious child.

Back on Bonaire: Rediscovering Diver’s Paradise as a Father is the compelling story of a man who thought he’d enjoyed all of life’s pleasures only to find them enriched by parenthood. Told in lyrical prose, Andrew recounts both his early days exploring the island’s treasures and the wonders of his kindergartner’s fascination. Along the way, he relates the history and culture of Bonaire’s people, illuminates the critical need for conservation, and realizes life seen through the eyes of the young is among the greatest visions imaginable.

Back on Bonaire: Rediscovering Diver’s Paradise as a Father is an expertly woven travel memoir. If you like evocative descriptions, wisdom conveyed with humor, and educational asides, then you’ll adore Andrew Jalbert’s introduction to the tropics.

Winner of the 2020 BIBA Award for Nonfiction/Travel. $1.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Across Lviv

Across Lviv
Take a trip to somewhere in between. Have you ever thought about teaching abroad? Where would you go? In a country torn apart by corruption and violence, the idealistic Scottish author takes up a teaching post in an English language school in Ukraine circa 1996 determined to make a difference. Through a series of interconnected stories of deceit, betrayal, love and loneliness before the Orange Revolution and Euromaidan, the author encounters the people of Lviv in a time and place, though harsh, filled with romance, humour, and hope for the future. Free on Kindle.

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Craving London: Confessions of an Incurable Romantic with an Insatiable Appetite

Craving London: Confessions of an Incurable Romantic with an Insatiable Appetite
A delicious escape for hopeful romantics, travel lovers, and shameless foodies!

“Read Jessica Stone’s evocative memoir and prepare to be dazzled. When I grow up, I want to write like Jessica!” -Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling author of The Big Leap

Still single five years after a broken engagement, 29-year-old food lover Jessica Stone decides to leave New York City for a fresh start in London, hoping the change in scenery would finally usher in a new relationship. In this all-consuming memoir, she indulges in one culinary adventure after another while undergoing the trials and tribulations of trying to date in a different country. Would she finally find the winning recipe for lasting love?

Craving London is an intimate journey of the heart and palate. Join Jessica as she reinvents her life from scratch, reminisces about her Cuban roots, shares her favorite recipes, and attempts to unravel the nature of relationships…one rapturous bite at a time.

“Jessica Stone beautifully captures the crazy ups and downs that come from being able to make seemingly anything happen…except the happy, healthy love she desires. She’s a delicious, delightful writer whom you’ll fall madly in love with over and over again.” -Katherine Woodward Thomas, New York Times bestselling author of Calling in “The One”. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Savoring the World: Hit and Misadventures (A Memoir)

Savoring the World: Hit and Misadventures - a memoir
I am an avid world traveler. I have lived in a variety of international locations, and I have both studied abroad and taught abroad. I have backpacked, camped out, stayed at youth hostels, and now, in my senior years, I have stayed in topnotch hotels and resorts. I have flown standby, and I have flown first class. I have hitchhiked, and I have taken public transportation, slow trains, fast trains, boats, and ships. These glimpses of my world journeys are poignant, funny, comical, inspiring, and sometimes frightening, but one thing is for certain: every word details precisely and truthfully how it all happened. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Exposed in Edinburgh

Exposed in Edinburgh
Joan and Alen Arny can’t wait to trade everyday life for the exotic. And after retiring from their work in the sheriff’s office, they happily fly from their Texas home to the land of kilts and bagpipes. But before they can explore the city, their newest neighbor begs them to quash the scandalous secret that has his tartan in a twist. $0.99 on Kindle.

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