For those of us who can’t be traveling all the time, there are travel writers who can transport us to far-off lands with their words. And for those of us who dream of traveling farther than we ever have before, there are travel writers who inspire us to take greater leaps – travel writers like Rolf Potts. His first book, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel, remains one of those books every long-term traveler must have a dog-eared copy of; and his new book, Marco Polo Didn’t Go There: Stories and Revelations from One Decade as a Postmodern Travel Writer, looks like it’s going to be just as appealing to just as many people.
To help Rolf celebrate his new book, BootsnAll is hosting a stop on his virtual book tour this Wednesday, September 17th – and because we’re such big fans of our long-time friend, we’re also giving away 10 copies of the book as part of the deal. All you need to do to be eligible to win a copy of the book is head over to this BootBlog post and ask Rolf a question – he’ll pick 10 questions to answer on our book tour stop, and those 10 people will win a copy of Marco Polo Didn’t Go There!
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It’s going to be fun to hear about what Rolf’s been up to between books, learn more about his travels, and find out what you all want to ask him. But time’s running out – so get over to the BootBlog post and leave your question for Rolf in the comments on that post today!
>> UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who participated, the virtual book tour stop was a great success. Rolf answered 12 reader questions, and you can read the whole interview here.