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Jeremy Bassetti is host of the Travel Writing World podcast (https://travelwritingworld.com).

Location Orlando, Florida
Country United States of America
Member Since JUNE 05, 2019
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Travel Writing World Podcast

For more than 8 years, Bill Arnott travelled throughout the northern hemisphere, discovering sites Scandinavian explorers had raided, traded, and settled—finding Viking history in a wider swath of the planet than most anthropologists and historians ever imagined. Bill joins me on the podcast today to talk about his adventures following the Viking trail around the world, which he documented in his new book Gone Viking: If you use our links to make a purchase, we will receive a few cents commission at no additional cost to you. If you use our links to make a purchase, we will receive a few cents commission at no additional cost to you.

Travel Book Guidebook (Free PDF Download)

It helps writers understand what is so special about modern travel books, lists some common tropes and travel book frameworks, and challenges authors to write interesting, meaningful books. The PDF also summarizes the two common paths to publishing travel books and offers concrete suggestions on how to market them. We’ve included the Travel Book Guidebook PDF in our password-protected Travel Writing Resource Library, which you can access for free by joining Jeremy Bassetti’s Genius Loci Newsletter: After providing your email and confirming it, you will receive a welcome email with the password to access our Resource Library.

Colin Thubron on Jan Morris, Travel Writing, and "To A Mountain in Tibet"

Whether you use Bookshop or you decide to purchase your travel books from Amazon, please use our links. If you use our links to make a purchase, we will receive a few cents commission at no additional cost to you. If you use our links to make a purchase, we will receive a few cents commission at no additional cost to you. Finally, join the Travel Writing World newsletter to receive your free copy of The Travel Writer’s Guidebook.

Jeremy Hance: Author Profile

Most of the trips in the Baggage took place several years before I began writing, so I turned to journals, notes, emails, photographs to retell the stories of these trips. If you include research, writing, and editing, the book took probably a good two years of sustained work. Travel books, like any narrative, aren’t just descriptions of events, but essentially tell a story, even if that story is somewhat hidden and opaque. But they also aren’t necessarily a personal story like a memoir, nor are they a non-fiction book focused on a single topic.

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