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30 year old bibliophile and frustrated writer, frustrated in the sense that none of my ideas will stick at the moment and so I have a collection of abandoned stories!! I love books and words and writing and I love the intimacy of reading a book, it feels like a gift from a writer to me, an visit to their mind and imagination, I think that's the magic of books for me.
I am loving writing my new blog and am finding this an excellent place to connect with like minded book lovers and writers!
Thanks for checking out my blog, and I'm excited to hear any other thoughts that you have if you get a chance to read any more of my posts. I do that too -- when I find a blog that I like, I try to read back posts. Sometimes it takes me a while to find a chunk of time to do that, though :-) I'll definitely check out your blog asap.
My book Sacred Ground & Holy Water: Travel Tales of Enlightenment is published tomorrow. Take a look at what the reviewers are saying and pass it along to anyone you think should know about this release.
"Gonzo razzle-dazzle verbal fireworks!"
Robert Martin, Editor of Canada's The Dalhousie Review
"Pacey, witty insightful stuff. Travel writing as it should be!"
Jack Barker, Editor of Britain's Travelmag
"Grips you, holds you, and leaves you with something profound!"
Chris Ord, Editor of Australia's Travel Rag
"An ideal traveling companion who brings lingual acuity, historical perspective, and razor-sharp irony along for the ride."
Tom Dooley, Editor of America's Eclectica Literary Journal
"Funny, literary, and hard-hitting. Professor Fuchs combines the humor of Twain, the alpha adventure of Hemingway, and the romantic sensitivity of Steinbeck. Just wish I was the one publishing it."
John Kemmerly, Editor of Bluefoot publishing
"No one since Hunter S. Thompson has loved the wild and woolly world with as much intensity, insight, passion and gusto as Lyn Fuchs in his new collection of travel writing Sacred Ground & Holy Water: Travel Tales of Enlightenment. From Africa, Central America, India, the Pacific Northwest, and back again, Lyn's rambunctious dispatches from the far corners of our strange globe arrive with the full force of whitewater plunging from mountains, lava burning the very soles from our hiking boots. So delicious are the bountiful meals he eats, so beautiful the foreign lasses he dallies with, nothing is left for the reader but a searing jealousy, an aching desire to be out there ourselves. Thompson, rest his soul, would be proud."
Tony D'Souza, Author of Whiteman, The Konkans, and Mule