Amazon lists 36,189 travel books. Here’s why the world needs 36,190.
With almost 40,000 travel-related books already published—and collecting dust on bookshelves all over America—you wouldn’t think that the world needed even one more tome about travel but you’d be wrong. And here’s why.
The world needs my upcoming book, [insert title here], because—despite 36,189 other author’s attempts to entice them to leave the country—only 42% of Americans possess passports, and only 3.5% ever travel overseas each year. As a result, at least 58% of Americans are living their lives in a bubble of ignorance about the glories of Nutella(r).
To address America’s entrenched aversion to International travel, I’m collecting and collating the sum total of everything I’ve learned during my own evolution from non-traveling n00b to international globe-trotter and bon vivant.
This informative information will hopefully make travel more accessible and appealing to more people.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Here are answers to some of the questions I frequently get asked:
What is a book?
A book is a collection of small paper sheets with words printed on them. It’s like a blog, only with better punctuation and fewer typos.
Why should I read it?
For the many invaluable travel tips and tricks. If you like my writing “style”—and, at least three people profess to—then you might also enjoy this light-hearted yet cynical look at traveling in the modern world.
What is your book’s title?
Well, I don’t have a name for it yet. Once I’m finished writing it, I’ll consider it in its entirety and then pull something out of my butt at the last minute—rest assured, however, it will be in English.
What’s inside this “book”?
To give an idea of my book’s contents, here are a few of the chapter titles I have written so far:
- Chapter 1
- Chapter 2
- Chapter 3
- Chapter 4
- Chapter 5
- …plus 11 more!
When will it be released?
I have no freaking idea; when it’s done, it’s done. If you want to be notified when my travel book is released, just fill out the email form below.