1000 Reasons To Travel




Yesterday’s review of  Alibis by André Aciman was the 1000th published article at A Traveler’s Library.

In four years plus a few days, Vera Marie Badertscher wrote 633 posts, her doppelganger Pen4Hire, wrote about 230, and the remaining 137 were written by terrific guests and contributors.

Special thanks to monthly contributors Kerry Dexter, Dr. Jessie Voigts, Jane Boursaw, Brette Sember, Jennifer Close and Pamela Dexter Webster, and for former monthly contributor Edie Jarolim. But besides these regulars, there are many, many more who have contributed from one to three guest posts over the four years of A Traveler’s Library.

Thank you so much for reading. Because that is why we all write.

To celebrate,  we’re thanking you by giving away — not just two (as I said earlier) but FOUR books of Harry Potter posters. Although they are bound in a book, you can remove them to decorate a Harry Potter fan’s room.  Check all the details here.

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.

2 thoughts on “1000 Reasons To Travel

  1. Most people I know who waited to travel the world never did. Conversely, plenty of people who waited for grad school or a steady job and traveled still did those things — eventually. Be careful of the yeah-but. The yeah-but will kill your dreams.

  2. With all the incredible information that these articles contain, have you ever considered taking them and creating either an ebook, or a regular printed book?

    Perhaps a coffee table book, with all the experiences and photos?

    Just a thought!

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