A StoryTourist In Britain: With glimpses of Harry Potter, Jane Austen, Anne Perry, Elton John and much more

A StoryTourist In Britain: With glimpses of Harry Potter, Jane Austen, Anne Perry, Elton John and much more

by Janet Crane Barley

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500717612
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/08/2015
Pages: 218
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

During Story Tours to Britain, my days were filled with book-related adventures -- many of them planned. We met authors of children's and adult books and explored places with literary and historical significance.
Authors told us hows, and whys behind their books: How a woman could write convincingly in a male voice. Why picture books are not as simple to create as they look. How some authors seek a place to give them the kernel of a story.
When we explored Belton House, the kernel for one author's book, we were introduced to a ghost. (chapter 1)
After visiting the Bronte home in Haworth, we walked the moors behind the parsonage and visited several private homes associated with the Bronte books and lives. (chapters 1, 6)
When we entered the museum of James Herriott's home/veterinarian office. we saw a tableau of pets and their owners. Someone immediately recognized which All Creatures Great and Small story they represented. (chapter 6)
One dewy dawn, Story Tourists were the only ones at Stonehenge. We wandered inside the fence and touched the ancient stones. (chapter 5)
Evidence shows that the Loch Ness Monster may have spotted me as I stood on the ramparts of Urquhart Castle. (chapter 2)
A Story Tourist in Britain with Glimpses of Harry Potter, Beatrix Potter, Jane Austen and Much More gives details of these and many other travel experiences. Take a peek inside the book now!

About the Author-
Janet Crane Barley began her professional career as women's editor of a daily newspaper. She became an information services officer in the US Air Force, then continued her writing career with organizations in government contracting and health care, including hospice. Scarecrow Press published her book, Winter in July: Visits with Children's Authors Down Under, in 1996. Most recently Scottish Life magazine published her story about the week she and her granddaughter spent at Aigas Wildlife Conservation Centre in the Scottish Highlands.

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