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Books are the most wonderful thing. They make you travel to other worlds. Just like magic they place you in the most wonderful, terrifying, inspiring, happy, and unexpected situations, all through the outstanding power of words, thousand of words put together in an awesome way that they simply make our minds fly. Let’s travel with them! Kind regards, Nora

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  1. Hello, do you write/publish book reviews of nonfiction travel writing? Next month, I will be publishing “If Your Dream Doesn’t Scare You, It Isn’t Big Enough,” a book about my solo journey around the world. If you’d like to read/publish a review about it, I would love to send you a copy. πŸ™‚ Kristine

    1. Hi Kristine,

      Thanks for stopping by my blog.

      Congratulations on your book. It sounds very interesting.

      Sure! I write review about fiction and nonfiction books, and I’d love to write one for your book. Do you have it in some kind of electronic format? I think it’d be easy this way for you to send it to me. Just let me know.

      regards,
      Nora

  2. Hello, I have a PDF of my book, “If Your Dream Doesn’t Scare You, It Isn’t Big Enough: A Solo Journey Around the World” ready to send you. What email address works best?

    Kristine Stevens

  3. Hi Nora,
    I’d be delighted if you would review Not in a Tuscan Villa, the book my husband and I wrote about the year we spent living as ordinary citizens in Italy. As sixty-somethings it was our dream to use the opportunity to perfect our Italian. It turned out to be so much more and when we returned we had to share how the experience had changed the way we want to spend the rest of our lives. I can send you a PDF if you’d like or a print copy.

  4. Hi Nora, would you be interested by any chance in reviewing a travel novel I’ve written about living and working in South Korea? Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you!
    Ian

  5. Hi Nora,

    I run a small publishing company focusing on short ebooks. We just published Unspotted, by Justin Fox. It is about the rare Cape Mountain Leopard, the scientist trying to save them, and the author’s own trip to try to see them. Reading it made me want to go to the Cederberg Mountains and spend a week in a hut listening for a radio signal from one of the leopard’s collars.

    I’d love to send you a review copy if you’re interested. If you want more details on the book, my name links to the book’s webpage.

    Thanks for your consideration!

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