Focus on More Sites with Travel Literature

Looking for good travel literature recommendations?  So glad you stopped at A Traveler’s Library, but I have to confess, there are some other places you can look.  I listed some a while back. Here are three more of my favorites.

Globe Corner Bookstore’s web site is a great place for browsing all the books you need for travel–guide books, maps, and travel literature. But if you really want a treat, sign up for their newsletter.  It seems to me sometimes that they read my mind. I’m thinking about France, and voila the newsletter lists books for France. Give it a try. P.S. They have a blog, too.

Paperback Traveler This blog has many book reviews listed, arranged by country or region, and the definition of travel literature is worth reading, too. Warning: This site may not be updated. However, content is still worthwhile.

National Geographic Traveler Trip Lit column by Don George, focuses on travel literature. This column appears infrequently, but the other columns and the blog of NGT make worthwhile reading, too.  We quoted Don George’s Best Travel Writing column earlier.

Your turn. What other places have you found on the web that help you find the travel literature you are craving?

Vera Marie Badertscher

Travel and lifestyle writer, wife, mother and grandmother. Publisher of A Traveler’s Library and Ancestors in Aprons>. Also co-authored a biography of Navajo artist Quincy Tahoma.

Vera Marie Badertscher – who has written posts on A Traveler's Library.