What better way to appreciate the world of books than to pick up one of these ten great books that are, essentially, about other books.
Jane Christmas’s funny memoir of her 780-kilometre trek across Spain on the Camino de Santiago to celebrate her 50th birthday and midlife.
TripFiction’s Tina Hartas helps us travel by book to 12 countries that solo women plan to visit in 2023, from Africa to Peru.
Abi Daré’s debut novel, “The Girl With the Louding Voice”, is the unforgettable story of Adunni, a 14-year-old Nigerian girl.
With her new book, “Wanderlust”, Karen Gershowitz embraces curiosity to step into the unknown for more meaningful travel experiences.
These ten books set in the Mediterranean will have you planning travels to less-travelled islands like Alba, Crete and Sardinia in no time!
Join us on May 25 to learn about these four inspiring solo travel memoirs written by women from the JourneyWoman community.
Set in Kyoto, Japan, Rebecca Copeland’s thriller “The Kimono Tattoo” shows a deep reverence for Japanese culture.
Curated for Earth Month, these beloved five books about trees remind us of the wisdom of listening to the forest.
Take a break from the classics and discover these 10 intriguing books set in Great Britain and Ireland, from city to countryside.