Comic Dog/Travel Memoir Blog Tour – To Hel In A Hound Cart by Jacqueline Lambert

My new comic travel memoir, To Hel In A Hound Cart – Journey To The Centre Of Europe starts its blog tour tomorrow.

During the tour, a series of book bloggers will share their reviews of my latest travel memoir, which follows our adventures touring Italy, France, Germany, The Czech Republic and Poland with pups, in a pandemic.

To Hel In A Hound Cart – Journey To The Centre Of Europe has already received multiple 5* reviews on Amazon worldwide.

Here are a few examples from

  • A Witty, easy and engaging read: This is a sparkling romp across Europe, full of fascinating facts, hair-raising adventures, and sharp witty stories. And four adorable pups! Alyson Sheldrake, Artist and Author
  • Honest and funny account of touring with four fur babies and a husband!: Once again Jackie delivers a delightfully entertaining digest of her travels from Italy to Poland and home again. Living the dream, although a few nightmarish moments creep in. Jackie doesn’t shy away from telling the warts and all story, but on the whole it is a cheerful recap of her and her husband’s adventures with the pawsome foursome. Wendy C.
  • Entertaining and beautifully written: I love the author’s wonderfully descriptive writing, so engaging I didn’t want to stop reading. I particularly enjoy all the historical detail whch sends me off to read more of the places she has visited. Best of all I love her irrepressible sense of fun and witty asides which are often side splittingly funny. Rebecca H.

Here’s the timetable. Visit each blogger’s site on the day to see what they have to say. I hope they liked it – I will be holding my breath….

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Caravanning With Dogs & Living In A Truck – Brainwave Podcast with Travel Book Writer Jacqueline Lambert

Here is my interview with fellow traveller, author, and radio presenter, Gail Hulnick, for her Brainwave podcast.

Have a listen to find out about my seven years as a full-time nomad, the Fab Four, our pawsome Poodeliers, my Adventure Caravanning With Dogs books, and what I really miss while living in a truck.

Click HERE to listen to Episode 79 – Jacqueline Lambert on Apple Podcasts

It’s also available on Spotify, Audible, Stitcher, I Heart Radio, and WindWord Publishing group.

Click here to discover more episodes of the Brainwave Podcast, including with NYT Bestselling Novelist Les Standiford, French director/animator, Pierre Coffin, about his work on Despicable Me and Minions franchises, and filmmaker David Kirschener, who has produced, written, or executive produced some of Hollywood’s most famous family movies.

Find my previous interviews and podcasts on Where I’ve Been Featured, and discover my books via the links below:

Join Us As We Continue Our Adventures!

Berat, Albania – A Tale of Two Brothers & A Stroll Through ‘The City of 1000 Windows’

In central Albania, nestled between mountains with the Osum river running through its historic centre, Berat is justifiably seen as one of the country’s most beautiful towns.

It is UNESCO listed, and the legend of its founding is a Tale of Two Brothers, Tomorr and Shpirag, who might have been giants, and were inseparable – until they became rivals in love.

The Fab Four at Berat Castle
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World Wide Walkies – The Story So Far!

I took a blogging break at the end of last year to launch and market my latest book, To Hel In A Hound Cart – Journey To The Centre Of Europe. This was the fifth and last book in the Adventure Caravanning With Dogs series, which follows our journey since we gave up work in 2016, accidentally bought a caravan, then decided to rent out the house, sell most of our posessions and tour full time.

Then, on Friday 13th December 2019, when Brexit became a certainty, I uttered a sentence to my beloved which would change our lives forever.

“I’ve had enough of Britain, let’s go to Mongolia!”

While Caravan Kismet was a faithful travel companion, who gave us safe passage over the Carpathian Mountains, two cornfields, and a footpath in Romania, we felt the Gobi Desert might be a step too far.

On 13th January 2020, we purchased The Beast, a 6×4-wheel drive Volvo N10 truck unseen off the internet, and converted her into our new home.

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