(Un)Bound Together: A Journey to the End of the Earth and Beyond

Feature Image: Amit Janco’s first book, (Un)Bound Together: A Journey to the End of the Earth (and Beyond) is as well travelled as she is! / Photo credit: Amit Janco

Four years after falling through a bridge, JourneyWoman Amit Janco set off, like thousands before her, on a pilgrimage of physical healing, along the mythical Camino de Santiago. What was slated to be little more than a rehabilitative adventure of walking across the undulating terrain of northern Spain, would become an unexpectedly gratifying, comical, and, at times, emotionally tumultuous odyssey through physical and emotional recovery, into the very heart and soul of her existence. (Un)bound Together, A Journey to the End of the Earth (and Beyond) is a memoir and testament to healing as a continual process along a path of unpredictable hurdles and revelations.

(Un)bound Together is available for purchase, in paperback or e-book, at:

Indigo 

Bookshop.org

The Book Depository

For every 10 books purchased, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the global ALINKER “walking-bike” campaign – providing freedom and the joy of renewed movement to those with limited mobility: https://www.thealinker.com/pages/crowdfund-alinker-family

(Un)Bound, Together Facebook page: https://bit.ly/3hiIMtW)

Carolyn Ray

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