So You Want ot Own an RV?

So You Want ot Own an RV?

by William Hynson




This is the story of a retired couple who decided to purchase an RV and who traveled up and down the eastern United States with their pets. The author describes in a forthright and vivid manner their experiences and the many problems they encountered. The final chapter, entitled "A Trip into Hell", should make anyone driving an RV shudder and is a powerful ending to what is a very interesting, informative and revealing story.

The book is written in a unique chronological format and should be of great interest to anyone interested in RVs and RV travel. The author emphasizes that nothing in the book is fictionalized or distorted. Everything is based upon actual fact.

The book describes the couple's decision to purchase an RV, what they went through when they purchased it and all of their subsequent experiences and the many problems they encountered traveling in it. In the introduction and first chapter the author discusses the costs of owning and operating an RV and provides an informative insight into an entire spectrum ranging from campgrounds to RV ownership in general.

The author's direct and honest approach in expressing himself perhaps removes some of the myth of RV travel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781412083836
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Publication date: 05/12/2006
Pages: 140
Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Mr. Hynson was born in Bronxville, New York, on April 30, 1932. He served in the United States Army in Japan and Korea from 1952 to 1954. Following military service Mr. Hynson received a B.S. degree in Banking and Finance from New York University and embarked on an investment banking career in Wall Street which spanned a period of 30 years. In 1987, he went into semi-retirement in Connecticut. He and his wife have traveled widely up and down the eastern United States and are currently living in Miami, Florida.

Author's Note
This is my first experience writing a book and I have learned a lot about the publishing business within a relatively short period of time. I had thought that simply writing a book would be the end of my role. However, the publishers seem to place the major burden of marketing a new book on the author who is supposed to make television appearances, attend book signings and curry favor from book reviewers. I do not even consider myself to be an author in the traditional sense of the word. I might be tempted to call myself a writer but I am really just a plain ordinary average individual who wrote a book. I would like to thing that this book not only provides an interesting story for the reading public but that it also contains some useful and helpful information. Nothing in the content has been fictionalized or distorted. Everything is based upon actual fact. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the reading public for your interest. Sincerely, William Hynson.

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