Retracing My Father's WWII Path Can you really travel for nearly a month in Europe taking no more than a pair of swim shorts, a cell phone and a few toiletries? Absolutely! But my trip was so much more than just an exercise in traveling light. In an unforgettable solo journey through Europe, I retraced my father's WWII path in the Czech Republic and was embraced by the people of Plzen and shared in the tears of a grateful nation, even 70 years later. I also discovered my family's roots in a small town in Southwest Czech Republic, and saw the homes of my Great-Grandfather and his father, and sat in the pew where 6 generations of my family previously attended church. unencumbered My trip was thoroughly enhanced by the fact I had no luggage, or any kind of bag to carry at all. And not once did I ever feel the need for more stuff. In this book I record this emotional journey, as well as tips on how to travel so light and still have clean clothes every morning. My trip was truly a trip of a lifetime, and I whole heartedly encourage everyone to experience the freedom of traveling light!
Remember the deliciously scary stories we shared around the campfire when we were kids? J.B. Hawker has written a collection of spooky tales with a cozy twist to share around your fireside today. Taking her cue from those creepy campground tales and horror film classics, she spins yarns certain to either put a lump in your throat or tickle your funny bone. These humorous short stories introduce the character of Matilda Thistlethwaite, soon to be featured in her own series of cozy mysteries.
A Pocketful of Shorts is a collection of short stories of mixed genres, with a fair number inspired by, and written for women's magazines. A few are of the Science Fiction and Fantasy genres.
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