Off the Map: A House in the Sky Review

My ongoing quest for more educational, informative reading selections was met in the fall of last year by the memoir of Amanda Lindhout, who was kidnapped and held for ransom by Islamic insurgents in Somalia in the 2000s. Held for over a year along with a photographer from Australia whom she had been traveling with,… Continue reading Off the Map: A House in the Sky Review

5 Fictional Travel Narratives: 100 Books to Read #3

I don’t know about anyone else, but I had travel plans for this spring. I needed a getaway, a change of scenery. Instead, I got confined to home. So I’m using the time to write. And read. And what better thing to read when you’re stuck at home than books about travel? I broke into… Continue reading 5 Fictional Travel Narratives: 100 Books to Read #3