Chris Bergeron, Metrowest Daily News 2/11/13
Life's adventures are better enjoyed with another in our life. Two Are Better: Midlife Newlyweds Bicycle Coast to Coast is a memoir of an adventure from Tim & Debbie Bishop who upon saying their vows left behind long established life to set out and see the entire world as they know it. Sharing their story of going across America in ten weeks by bicycle, they seek to inspire any other readers to see and experience the world on their journeys. Two Are Better is an insightful and charming read complete with full color photos throughout, very much recommended reading.
The Midwest Book Review March 2013
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I strongly suspect that Tim and Debbie's story will inspire you to reevaluate your own life story and to add your own elements of new meaning and purpose. Enjoy the journey!
Dan Miller, New York Times bestselling author of 48 Days to the Work You Love
Framed within a coast-to-coast biking odyssey with its daunting challenges lies a deeper and engaging view of discovering ourselves, our relationship with a loved one, spiritual connections, and answers to the nagging quest for juggling our priorities. Two Are Better will no doubt inspire you, but the fun in these pages is riding along with the Bishops.
Scott Emack, Retired English Instructor
This book is a real gem-you're in for a rare treat! Two Are Better is a love story, a captivating journey, and an inspiring testimonial of faith. Be prepared to have a hard time setting this one down.
Mark Gries, National Development Director, Dawson McAllister Association
Two Are Better is a tale of inspiration, courage, and dedicated love. You will love this story. It is written from the heart.
Ken Goodin, Writer, Composer, and Musician
Two Are Better is a fun, inspirational book that reminds us that adventure can happen at any stage of life if we are willing to embrace it.
Jill Hoyt, Homemaker and Avid Reader
Two Are Better makes a clear point that waiting for God's best in all things is worth the wait, even a very long one.
Tim Altman, CEO, Dawson McAllister Association and TheHopeLine