Generous people are everywhere, even in places where you don’t seem to be looking for them.
I was recently reminded of this fact (several times over in fact) when my radiator hoses exploded on my way home from a book festival.
Today’s Bangor Daily News ran a marvelous article about the mysterious Jim Whyte and his lurid career.
To be sure, the man lived a swashbuckling life from beginning to end.
The first print run of Hermit: The Mysterious Life of Jim Whyte sold out quickly. The good news for you is that I saved eight copies to create a Goodreads Giveaway.
But you don’t have long to enter, so do it now!
The northernmost stretch of the Appalachian Trail winds 114 miles from the last trail town Monson, Maine to the summit of Katahdin. Over the years this remote section has acquired the name “Hundred Mile Wilderness.”
Here are some tips for planning a trip through this special place.
“Hermit” is off to an incredible start and the bookstores haven’t even received their shipments yet! I am thankful for the great reception and positive comments. They mean so much.
There’s still time to place an order from the first printing, but they’re going quickly. You can order signed or unsigned copies …