Every Great Journey Starts Somewhere
Seven Days in India
by Monica Weller
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About the Book
'Every Great Journey Starts Somewhere - Seven Days in India' is a collection of photographs I took in India during a seven-day visit, accompanied by quotes, captions, and notes I made in my journal. You have probably heard the word 'serendipity'...this wonderful flying-visit to India really did happen as a result of a fortunate series of chance meetings between 2000 and 2001. I had just embarked on a new career as a freelance writer. 'Every Great Journey Starts Somewhere...' is a picture story of how a Buddhist monk, a stone merchant and a businessman all led, in their own ways, to my trip, and how I discovered a sense of adventure I never knew I had. My book will delight all who love India or have visions of travelling there, are fascinated by unheard-of places and tribal outposts, and will inspire anyone to 'go with the flow' of events. When opportunities arise, no matter what, grasp them with both hands...as I did.
My book 'Every Great Journey Starts Somewhere' now has a new code and price. If you wish to purchase it, this one, published 18 June 2012, is the correct version.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jun 18, 2012
- Language English
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Monica's Post about The Outer Hebrides: copperknobconnection.wordpress.com Monica's India Blog: monicaweller12.wordpress.com Monica is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS), a photographic judge and lecturer. She held a one-woman show at the RPS HQ in Bath, England and won awards from both The RPS and the London Salon of Photography. She began a freelance journalism course in 2000 and has had articles published in a variety of newspapers and magazines. She is the ghost writer of 'Ruth Ellis, My Sister's Secret Life' published in 2005 in which she unveiled new evidence about the last woman to be hanged in the UK. Her second true crime book INJURED PARTIES, Solving the Murder of Dr Helen Davidson was published in 2016. facebook.com/RuthEllis2017 facebook.com/InjuredParties