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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, 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)

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"All of travel's great moments are here in this book." Maureen Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet

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"fascinating and scrupulously crafted tales of exploits, encounters and accidents" Simon Winchester, author of The Professor and the Madman

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"the observations and the quality of the writing make this the most distinctive and appealing travel anthology of the year" Tim Cahill, author of Pass the Butterworms: Remote Journeys Oddly Rendered

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"these travelers and their tales exude an insatiable wanderlust and an endless capacity for wonder" Don George, editor of Wanderlust: The Best of Salon Travel

Review:

"These gutsy women ? push the envelope in adventure, romance, and humor!" Marybeth Bond, editor of Travelers' Tales: A Woman's World

Synopsis:

This unique anthology gathers stories from a remarkable writers group as 12 women travel the world and take readers along to Venice, Laos, and Vegas, among other exotic destinations.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780762723775
Author:
Alpine, Lisa
Author:
Butler, Jacqueline Harmon
Author:
Machotka, Danielle
Author:
Wright, Alison
Author:
King, Carla
Author:
Cuthbert, Lauren
Author:
Michael, Pamela
Author:
Miller, Cathleen
Author:
Phillips, Christi
Author:
Leo, Jennifer
Author:
McFerrin, Linda Watanabe
Author:
Ferrin, Lynn
Publisher:
Globe Pequot
Location:
Guilford, CT
Subject:
Women
Subject:
Adventure
Subject:
Essays & Travelogues
Subject:
Voyages and travels
Subject:
Women travelers
Subject:
Travelers' writings
Subject:
Special Interest - Adventure
Copyright:
Edition Number:
First edition
Edition Description:
First
Series Volume:
#4
Publication Date:
20020401
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in

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Product details 224 pages Globe Pequot Press - English 9780762723775 Reviews:
"Review" by , "All of travel's great moments are here in this book." Maureen Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet
"Review" by , "fascinating and scrupulously crafted tales of exploits, encounters and accidents"
"Review" by , "the observations and the quality of the writing make this the most distinctive and appealing travel anthology of the year"
"Review" by , "these travelers and their tales exude an insatiable wanderlust and an endless capacity for wonder" Don George, editor of Wanderlust: The Best of Salon Travel
"Review" by , "These gutsy women ? push the envelope in adventure, romance, and humor!" Marybeth Bond, editor of Travelers' Tales: A Woman's World
"Synopsis" by , This unique anthology gathers stories from a remarkable writers group as 12 women travel the world and take readers along to Venice, Laos, and Vegas, among other exotic destinations.
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