#Writer’sTravelogueSeries – How Keeping a Travel Journal Led Me To Publish Five Books

I am so chuffed to have been given a regular spot for my #Writer’sTravelogueSeries on Marcia Meara’s The Write Stuff blog.

My aim is to explore aspects of writing through travel, or vice versa!

For my first post, I explore a famous quote, attributed to a variety of sources…

Keep A Diary And One Day It Might Keep You

Mae West, Margot Asquith, Lily Langtry & Anonymous!

If you’ve ever wondered whether keeping a diary may one day keep you, click the link below to find out how keeping a travel journal led me to publish five books.

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AD (After Dogs) - We retired early to tour Europe in a caravan with four dogs. "To boldly go where no van has gone before" - & believe me, we have! BC (Before Canines) - we had adventures on every continent other than Antarctica!

4 thoughts on “#Writer’sTravelogueSeries – How Keeping a Travel Journal Led Me To Publish Five Books

  1. SO glad to have you as a regular guest, Jackie! Your adventures are inspirational on every level, and folks just love reading about them! Thanks so much for agreeing to take share your travels with us, and give the doggies a pat from their Granny in Florida! Happy explorations!! 🤗❤️🤗

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  2. I can hear your excitement about your time in Africa in your interview with Marcia. Every time we go somewhere on a trip (whether it’s local or overseas), one of our friends will give me a diary … they know me too well! This is a great source of information when you want to pen it down afterwards (or it could simply be pages of wonderful memories)!

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  3. My time in Africa changed my life – it really was the most wonderful experience.
    The journals are just what you say – pages of wonderful memories, whose brilliance would fade over the years had they not been captured on the page.
    You’re right – without the diaries, I could certainly never have written about those experiences so vividly a quarter of a century on.
    Do you have a favourite travel journal?

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