Time To Head “Down Under” With Bill Bryson! Time to take Wednesday’s Bookmobile “down under” to one of the most fascinating – and dangerous – countries on earth! Bill Bryson is a legendary travel writer, with “A Walk In The… Read More ›
Dying To Go “Into The Wild!” This “Wednesday Bookmobile” Has Tragic Twist As Tourists Die At “Book” Site!
Dying to See The “Into The Wild” Bus – Literally! This “Wednesday Bookmobile” travels to Alaska, the ill-fated location for the compelling story of “Into The Wild”. Now sadly, history is repeating itself – as fans of this compelling book… Read More ›
Meet “The Island President!” This “Cult Movie Monday” Has Real Life Political Treachery And A Disappearing Island Nation!
Imagine Life In Paradise! This week’s “Cult Movie Monday” takes you to a gorgeous string of idyllic islands in the Indian ocean…but political treachery and climate change threaten to destroy these islands forever… This is Male, the capital of the… Read More ›
Backpacking The World’s Greatest Places! What a great way to live: grab a backpack and see the world! Imagine, wandering Southeast Asia with your entire world on your back, stopping off in exotic places like this: Well, this Wednesday’s Bookmobile… Read More ›
The Tragic Traffic Jams On Mt. Everest… Look at this picture – what the summit of Mt. Everest looks like as climbers wait in line to make the last few steps to the summit! In the last few months, many… Read More ›
Behold The “Fatberg!” Yes, it’s EXACTLY what you fear it is: this week’s “WHAT THE FRIDAY?!?!?!” journeys to a wonderful seaside down in England called Sidmouth: A beautiful shoreline, right? Well, as every good “WTF” story knows, there’s more than… Read More ›
“Tokyo Vice”! A Gritty “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile” Trip To Japan’s Underworld! My Tokyo Police Encounter!
Welcome To Tokyo’s Underworld Thanks To The “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile”! As you know, I love Tokyo – so a penetrating book about Japan’s underworld was a must read for me – and this week’s “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile” has just the… Read More ›