Thursday, June 18, 2015

A New Press Release About A Story Tourist In Britain

Announcing Fort Canoga Press’s newest publication -- A Story Tourist in Britain; With Glimpses of Harry Potter, Beatrix Potter, Jane Austen and Many Others. written by Janet Crane Barley. Her first book, Winter in July: Visits With Children’s Authors Down Under, was published by Scarecrow Press. 
A Story Tourist in Britain contains six journals from Story Tours organized by and led by Dr. Mary Lou White, professor of international children’s literature and head of Book Adventures Travel.  
The author, a professional writer, strives to tell interesting, insightful stories about her travels. Bill Bryson is her role model. 
Copies of A Story Tourist in Britain are available from for less than the cover price of $15. (Price varies slightly from day to day.) Amazon offers a peek inside to give readers a taste of the book’s style.
A Story Tourist in Britain describes people and places from the following tours:

1990: A Storybook Journey: London, Welwyn Garden City, St. Albans, Cambridge, Ely, Nottingham, Upwell, Swaffham, Norwich, Canterbury, Dover, Brighton, Chichester, London
1995: Scotland Forever and a bit of northern England: Glasgow, Robert Burns Country, Skye, Inverness, Deeside, Edinburgh, Hadrian’s Wall, York, Haworth, Keswick
1996: In the Footsteps of Jane Austen and Mary Lou White: Winchester, Portsmouth, Southampton, Chawton, Steventon, Lyme Regis, Bath, Avebury, Seven Oaks, London
1999: Scotland: Scenes and Stories: Glasgow, Dollar, Edinburgh, Abbotsford, Melrose, Stirling, Pitlochry, Skye, Kilmartin, Oban, Mull, Iona, Glasgow
2002: Wizards, Witches, and Wondrous Worlds
A Story Tour of British Children’s Fantasy Literature, Featuring Harry Potter:
 Newcastle to Hadrian’s Wall, Durham, Alnwick, Whitby, Goathland, Birmingham, Moreton-in-Marsh, Tetbury, Chipping Sodbury, Lacock, Bourton-on-Water, Broadway, London
2004: Myths, Moors and Mountains, Scotland with Orkney and Northern England: Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Kirkwall and Stromness, Orkney, Edinburgh, Roslin, Dunfermline, Falkland, St. Andrews, Peebles, Melrose and Dryburgh Abbeys, Yorkshire, Thirsk, Harrogate, Haworth

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