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MID LIFE GAP YEAR By CAROL PRESTON
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Their children had grown up. Carol and Colin Preston, now aged fifty decided to leave their jobs and go travelling for l year. Firstly in an old V.W. camper van, visiting 14 European countries and... More > then backpacking to Mexico, Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia.< Less
Filling The Gap By Lara Shombery
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Georgina’s pre-university summer isn’t turning out to be the wild and memorable few weeks she’d hoped for. With dreams of World Cup glory over and a mind-numbing office job,... More > what’s a girl to do to fill the time? Georgina does the natural thing and develops herself a massive crush on a guy she has never actually spoken to. She reassures herself she’s not stalking this guy, just keeping her eye on him. When the guy in question finds himself on the receiving end of a nasty revenge plan masterminded by a deranged ex-girlfriend, Georgina may be his only hope. MORE INFO AT: www.craftybison.co.uk/fillingthegap Have you read this book? Leave a short review to help other customers.< Less
The Gap in the Curtain By John Buchan
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The Gap in the Curtain John Buchan is remembered for his spy thrillers like “The 39 Steps” but he also wrote tales of the supernatural. Whether The Gap in the Curtain is a supernatural... More > tale, or science fiction, or horror, is difficult to say. A brilliant but possibly slightly unbalanced scientist discovers a means of lifting the curtain for a moment and gaining a glimpse of the future. This discovery allows six guests in his country house to see, for a brief instant of time, a page from a newspaper from one year in the future. The book then follows the life of each of the six people up to that date a year in the future, and examines the way they deal with the knowledge they have gained. The trick to it is that what they each see is an isolated fact, taken out of context. It can enlighten, but it can just as easily mislead. They know one thing that is going to happen, but they don’t know how and why it will happen. The knowledge turns out to be surprisingly dangerous.< Less
A Little Age Gap By Bridgitte Lesley
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Dodge wasn’t looking for love. It was the last thing on his mind. He had everything a man could want. He had his three sons and his daughter. They were his life. He had sold his business... More > off and retired at the age of forty seven. What more could a man want? Until the day that he spotted Louise McBride. Even though she was a few years younger than him, Dodge felt the attraction. What did age matter? From the minute he laid his eyes on her things changed. Dodge suddenly felt alive. There was something missing in his life. Miss Louise McBride. Life was about to change. After years of being divorced Dodge still had the habit of wearing his wedding ring. Somehow, with his habit of twirling his ring in his fingers, it had already given the wrong impression. It didn’t mean anything to Dodge though. He needed to remove that ring and find out more about Louise McBride.< Less
How to Take a Gap Life: Sometimes a Gap Year is Just Not Enough! By A Greenman
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Based on a true story. Joseph took some time out and embarked on a Gap Year. 10 years later, after wandering his way around the world, he found that he had actually taken a 'Gap Life', and was... More > ideally qualified to apply for a job he has seen advertised in a newspaper, for a 'Gap Year' columnist. A humorous and inspiring account of how a professional nomad would apply for such a position, culminating in an in depth CV. A.Greenman, the author was inspired to create this concept, based on his own nomadic wanderings through England, Scotland, Wales, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Ukraine, Brazil, India and New Zealand, between 2000-10. Packed with real life adventures, portraying a Master Gapster's decade, in a fast and addictive tale, led by the character Joseph. He volunteers on organic farms, at orphanages, and works as a carpenter, writer, healer and teacher. This is the authors 4th book, preceding and introducing his 'Raw Travel Series', where he details all of his adventures.< Less
How to Take a Gap Life - The Nomads CV By Adam Greenman
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How to Take a Gap Life is a nomad's CV. Joseph took some time out, only sometimes a gap year is just not enough. 10 years later, he found he had actually taken a 'GAP LIFE'. He also finds that he is... More > a perfectly qualified 'gapster' to fill a gap as a travel writer for a newspaper who is advertising. He is required to submit a CV about his extreme adventures around the globe and then further details about his wanderings in England, Wales, Scotland, France, Spain, Hungary, Latvia, Ukraine, India, Brazil and New Zealand, amongst other places. A must read short story for all up and coming backpackers, nomads and gap year proposers. Filled with humour and inspirational words of travel wisdom. Splashed with photos, this original work of faction was inspired by the authors own experience, and is a forerunner to its full length version ‘I Travel Light - The Man Who Walked Out of the World’. A. Greenman is the author of more than a dozen other titles on real life extreme travel stories.< Less
Berlins and Outs By City Travel Review
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A comprehensive travel guide written for those who wish to travel to Berlin but are on a budget. Includes keywords and phrases for basic communication once you are there.
Education: A Waste of Time? 7 Critical Elements Needed to Fill Key Gaps in Your Education That Waste 5 to 10 Years and 10s of Thousands of Dollars By Brown, Jefffrey P.
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Do you know that every 26 seconds a public high school student is dropping out? That roughly half of those that go off to college don't graduate? That within 5 to 10 years 70% of college grads are no... More > longer working in jobs related to their major? There's A LOT of wasted time and years (10s of thousands of dollars and upward of 5 to 10 years). But there IS something you can do about it by applying the principles in Education: A Waste of Time? to your life.< Less
I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World By A Greenman
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A young adventurer asks himself: "What is it that you really want in your life?" The answer is ‘less work and more time’. To have this he must do without things that cost him... More > money, learn to provide his own basic human needs, self-sufficiently. He heads off on a Gap Year to Brazil, building a tree house to live in. Sometimes a gap year is just not enough, he could really do with a 'Gap Life'. So for many years, the nomad winds himself through the weird and wonderful of the world. Living in a ruin in the mountains of Spain and becoming a fisherman in India, before getting caught up in a Tsunami. Eventually he renounces everything he owns, except for the clothes he stands in. He sets off on walkabout without even a bag or destination, wandering Eastern Europe. After a decade, he walks back into the world, to discover that he has gone so far, for so long, he know longer knows how to live in it. A mammoth true story to quench the eager thirsts of professional travellers and inspire up and coming 'gapsters' alike.< Less
I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World By A. Greenman
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A young adventurer asks himself: "What is it that you really want in your life?" The answer is ‘less stress, more time’. To have this he must do without many of the things... More > that cost him so much money, work less and provide for his own basic human needs, self-sufficiently. He heads off on a Gap Year to Brazil, building a tree house to live in. Sometimes a gap year is just not enough, he could really do with a Gap Life. So for many years, the nomad winds himself through the weird and wonderful of the world. Living in a ruin in Spain and becoming a fisherman in India, before getting caught up in a Tsunami. Eventually he renounces everything he owns, except for the clothes he stands in. He sets off on walkabout without even a bag or destination, wandering Eastern Europe. After a decade, he walks back into the world, to discover that he has gone so far, he know longer knows how to live in it. A mammoth true story to quench the eager thirsts of professional travellers and inspire up and coming gapsters alike.< Less