Posts Tagged with "travel writing"

One Girl’s Adventure from Wide-eyed Traveller to Worldwide Entrepreneur

Sunday, September 4, 2016

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One Girl’s Adventure from Wide-eyed Traveller to Worldwide Entrepreneur

Before I published this book on Amazon, I had a complete freak out. An old travel buddy spotted a vague post about my new book on Facebook and messaged me to say - “Hey Nikki. I can’t wait to read your book!” I was in bed still on a Sunday morning at 9am. My body froze.

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Could You Turn Your Backpacking Adventures into a Travel Book? 10 Tips for Writing a Best Selling Travel Memoir!

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

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Could You Turn Your Backpacking Adventures into a Travel Book? 10 Tips for Writing a Best Selling Travel Memoir!

Nikki Scott, the founder of South East Asia Backpacker, has recently written a travel memoir about her experience backpacking in South East Asia and setting up a business in Thailand. So far the book, entitled ‘Backpacker Business’ is getting 5 star reviews on Amazon and she’s currently preparing her second book all about her travels in South America! So could you write a book about your travels? Do you think you have what it takes to become a best selling travel writer?

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5 Tips on Breaking into Travel Writing!

Friday, October 10, 2014

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5 Tips on Breaking into Travel Writing!

Travel writing is a tough game to break into. With newspapers and magazines crumbling the world over due to the changing nature of journalism, it’s harder than ever to get traditional writing jobs. But it’s not impossible! Here are some tips from Kaila Krayewski from the Tropical Writers Workshop in Koh Phangan, that can help you land the travel gig of your dreams...

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So You Want to be a Travel Writer? We Tell You How to Get Published!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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So You Want to be a Travel Writer? We Tell You How to Get Published!

Do you want to be a travel writer? Always wanted to share your stories with fellow travelers? Want to make a living out of traveling the world and writing about your experiences? We show you how to get your piece published!

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Were You Born To Bunk? Share Travel Stories for the Chance to Sleep for Free!

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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Were You Born To Bunk? Share Travel Stories for the Chance to Sleep for Free!

Could you be a travel writer? Then BornToBunk.com are looking for you to write for their inspiring blog! You don’t have to be a professional scribe for National Geographic or even be active with your own travel blog; you just need to share your unique story with others – and inspire people to hitch on that backpack! Oh and did we mention that you can earn enough Gold credits get the opportunity to sleep for free in any of the awesome hostels listed on the BornToBunk.com website...

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Pot Holes and Rice Fields: A Journey Through Cambodia’s Centre

Thursday, February 6, 2014

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Pot Holes and Rice Fields: A Journey Through Cambodia’s Centre

We travel to realize the basic power of connection, through chance encounters we are able to loose our carefully crafted identities and simply relate to each other as human beings. Photographer Dylan Goldby takes us on a journey away from Cambodia's capitol Phnom Penh, into the heart of the country, and introduces us to a part of South East Asia not typically travelled.

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The Truth About Life as a Travel Writer: Interview with Lonely Planet Writer & Travel Guru, Joe Cummings

Monday, November 21, 2011

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The Truth About Life as a Travel Writer: Interview with Lonely Planet Writer & Travel Guru, Joe Cummings

30 years ago, there was no guidebook to Thailand in print. Teaming up with Lonely Planet founders, Tony and Maureen Wheeler, Joe Cummings wrote the first travel guide to Thailand since 1928, ‘Thailand: A Travel Survival Kit’ in 1981. He continued to work for Lonely Planet for the next 25 years. To date, he has written over 40 guidebooks and books about Asian culture and now works as Deputy Editor of the Bangkok Post’s TheMagazine. We met up with Joe in Bangkok at a swanky ‘flashpacker’ hotel to find out more about life as an iconic travel writer...

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