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“A beautifully written memoir that reads like a novel…masterful…a gem”

– Writer’s Digest Self-Publishing Contest (2014).

“This book will make you laugh, cry, smile and overall want more”

Hines & Bigham’s Literary Tryst  (2014)

“A privilege to read…brilliant!”.Scapegoat help and healing, sociopath recovery.. 

 

Victorya Rogers, Former Hollywood super agent and author  of How To Find a Man Worth Keeping (2013)

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Based on a true coming-of-age story occurring along Spain’s legendary Camino de Santiago and the Mexican Caribbean, this fun and inspiring read will prod you in the directions of YOUR dreams as well!

Description:

A scapegoat leaves home to embark on a whirlwind romantic journey that takes her from the Cleveland slums to an ancient Spanish pilgrimage route.

Themes:  Sociopathy, Scapegoating, Abuse Recovery, Creative Recovery, Adventure Travel, Food, Romance, Humor, Spirituality.

The Pilgrim's Passport, entitling you to cheap lodging and free medical care (!)

The pilgrim’s passport, entitling trekkers to cheap lodging and free medical care!

Just another day on the (Camino) road

Just another day on the (Camino) road

Reviews:

“The grasp of character and setting along not just the Camino de Santiago but Cleveland and Cancun as well are masterful and make the reader forget the book is nonfiction… the image of Ireland in Spain is one that sticks with a reader…the effect is dramatic.” 

Writer’s Digest Self-Publishing Contest (2014)

I loved the journey that I was on as a reader. The book will make you laugh, cry, smile, and overall want moreI would recommend this book to anyone that is trying to find their way in life, wants new experiences, or just wants to experience life out of the everyday routine.” 

— Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst (2014)

“A privilege to read…brilliant!”

– Victorya Rogers, former Hollywood super agent and author of How to Find a Man Worth Keeping (2013)

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Camino = Communal Meals (if you like)

Camino = Communal Meals (if you like)

Camino trekkers, or "pilgrims", at play!

Camino trekkers, or “pilgrims”, at play!

The Finish Line: The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

The Finish Line: The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

Sometimes it's a lonely, but lovely, road

Traditional Camino de Santiago

Traditional Camino de Santiago


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