Ever hear someone say they're a "full-time RVer" and wonder what that's like? Maybe you dream about ditching your sticks-and-bricks house and taking to the open road yourself in a recreational vehicle. In her ninth year as a full-timer, Ellen Behrens shares some insights on the RVing lifestyle -- on topics not often covered in other places, all from A to Z. Find out how RVers get their mail on the road, where they get their exercise after hours behind the wheel, and why caution around Laundry Lords and Ladies is essential to survival, among other things. Can you survive on the road without satellite TV? A wifi hotspot? Why is boredom a good thing? Find out in "RVing Alphabet" -- and more.
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About the Author
Ellen Behrens is a novelist, short story author, and nonfiction writer. Her newest novel, "Yuma Baby," is the second Rollin RV Mystery. "Pea Body" started this series featuring full-time RVers Walt and Betty Rollin. Behrens has been called RVers' favorite writer. Both books are available in print and e-book format for all major readers. Behrens' first novel, "None But the Dead and Dying," came out in 1996 from Baskerville Publishers. In 2010 she self-published a short story collection based on experiences she and her husband have had as full-time RVers. Her stories and articles have appeared in numerous periodicals. Former Fiction Editor for Mid-American Review, she received an Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship in 1993.