Travel Writing Tips and Insights
Polly Evans, author of It’s Not About the Tapas and Kiwis Might Fly, digs deep for her travel writing roots.
Tarnoff takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride, switching dizzyingly through the various themes of looking for a meaningful life, living in the moment and escaping the past during his trip around Europe, Africa and Asia.
Does the human race have a death wish? One hundred and fifty years after the publication of On the Origin of Species, award-winning writer Alana Mitchell picks up where Darwin left off.
In a not quite mid-life crisis, Jacquie and Sarah - fancying themselves a bit rugged - head off to Africa in search of the deepest, darkest bits they'd seen on Sunday evening documentaries on the telly.
Who hasn't fantasized about leaving the day job, saying goodbye to the rat race and escaping to some exotic destination in search of sun, sand, and a different way of life? Ann Vanderhoof and her husband did just that.
Interviews with women who are making an impact on the world of travel and leisure in their own special way. This month we are pleased to feature a great friend of Diverse Traveller, Author Polly Evans.
Vroom with a View is as much a romance as a travel adventure. For not only does Peter win the woman of his dreams, he falls for a side of Italy others rarely see. Along with Sophia, of course…
‘Over and over again Kira Salak has thrust herself into a world that could destroy her and has come back to pay homage to that world.
If you or your children are potty about Beatrix Potter, Harry Potter or Tarka the Otter, England boasts many places that have inspired some of the world’s most beloved children’s books.
Paul West, a young Englishman, arrives in Paris to start a new job – and finds out what the French are really like.
It is possible to travel from Europe to Australia without flying – an adventure that values the journey as much as the destination.
Interview with author Laine Cunningham author of Message Stick.
This month we are joined by author Shelley Seale, who shares with us her journey from idea to publication of her new book, The Weight of Silence.
This month we are joined by author Sarah Riches who shares with us her journey from idea to publication of her new book, London Almanac 2010.
This month we are joined by author Marsha Moore. Marsha shares with us her journey from idea to publication of her new book, 24 Hour London.
Based upon the bestselling memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love proves that there really is more than one way to let yourself go and see the world.
Why would you want to read a book about human trafficking? Tricia explains even though it seems such a campaigning subject, not really one for literary fiction, it is well worth reading.
24 Hours' author, the fabulous and talented Marsha Moore, shares her tips for planning a writing day
Ronke reviews 'I heart Paris', the third in the 'I Heart' series. Find out if Ronke thinks it's worth following our heroine, Angela, on her journey to the city of love.
Interviews with women who are making an impact on the world of travel and leisure in their own special way. This month we are pleased to feature another inspiring traveller and author Dianne Sharma-Winter.
Conquering a blank screen or page is a challenge for most writers, and even more so for those of us who are starting the writing process. So what do we write about? How about starting close to home.
This month, we look at travel fiction with traveller and new author Marissa Luna. Last year Marissa self-published Goa Traffic, and in this interview, she shares with us her journey from creative idea to publication.
We continue our look at travel fiction with traveller and new author Marissa Luna. Last year Marissa self-published Goa Traffic, and in this interview, she shares with us her journey from creative idea to publication.
The death of her husband and the lure of desert, led Phyllis to a new life as an English Governess to the Saudi Arabian Royal Family and an acclaimed author.