Book Giveaway – The Best Women’s Travel Writing 2010

Yeah I know, you’ve heard about it before, the book, and now you’re going to hear about it again. Only this time you have a chance to win it!  I’m giving away TWO copies!  All you have to do is click the READ MORE link below, scroll to the bottom of the post, and leave a comment – any comment!  That’s it…

I have an announcement to make, a very big one. But first I must tell you about a wonderful book, The Best Women’s Travel Writing 2010: True stories from around the world, edited by Stephanie Elizondo Griest. It’s an anthology full of fascinating travel tales by interesting women from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter who you are, what you do, or where you’re going – or not going – there’s something for everyone in this book. And I’m giving copies away to two lucky Gadling readers! (Details at the bottom of this post)

It’s the kind of book that makes you want to travel, or at least go to your local Pakistani restaurant and order the chicken haleem extra spicy, which is exactly what I did right after reading The Heat Seeker, by Alison Stein Wellner. My mother, who also read the book, couldn’t stop laughing over the phone as she recounted the story, Desert Queen, written by Diane Caldwell. I don’t think she’ll be planning a trip to the desert anytime soon. And neither one of us could get over Design a Vagina, written by Johanna Gohmann, which caused my mother to shriek, “I would never!” as if I actually thought she might.

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One response to “Book Giveaway – The Best Women’s Travel Writing 2010

  1. John E.

    Thank you for giving your readers a chance to win a copy of this book!

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