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October 14, 2019

A private investigator, a 50-year old book and the Camino

https://followthecamino.com/blog/a-private-investigator-a-50-year-old-book-and-the-camino/?utm_source=LinkedIn&utm_medium=Camino%20Talks&utm_campaign=Kenneth%20Strange One of the best things about working in the travel industry is hearing stories from inspirational people about their travels. Sean Rice, Chief Operations Office of Follow the Camino, was privileged to be able to interview one such person, Kenneth Strange, for our new Camino Talks series. hashtag#caminohashtag#inspirationalpeople
October 14, 2019

Author Interview with travel writer Kenneth Strange

Join me as, courtesy of Jay Artale and birdsofafeatherpress.org, I take you on a writing and self-publishing journey to get my first book, “It’s Your Camino” into the hands of readers! https://www.birdsofafeatherpress.com/author-interview-kenneth-strange/
October 14, 2019

The Hour of History Podcast with Kenneth Strange

On Thursday, October 10, 2019, I was interviewed by “The Hour of History” Podcast host, Steven Baumann, about our recent Camino and my new book, “It’s Your Camino: One Couple’s 500-mile Pilgrimage Across Spain.”
October 3, 2019

MARKETING A BOOK OVERSEAS

Like many other major cities in the world on Sunday, Sao Paolo’s main business and cultural thoroughfare, Avenida Paulista, was closed to vehicular traffic and replaced by the pedestrian kind.  It was a pleasant reprieve from the routine congestion in this mega-city of twelve million, the business center of Brazil, where travel within its confines can easily take two hours or […]
August 30, 2019

Islip Bulletin Interview of Kenneth Strange

August 30, 2019

Suffolk County News Interview Kenneth Strange

August 30, 2019

Spirit of the Camino

The moment had finally arrived.  After 50 years of dreaming to be an author, here I was in the “Open Book” bookstore, gratefully and  enthusiastically scribbling dedications to those who were purchasing my book…my book….that had a nice ring to it.  If only my mother were alive to see it. But what had gotten us to this moment?  The answer lies with the 1200 […]
July 22, 2019

Is the Camino Dangerous?

A few days ago, my friend and former FBI agent and world traveler, Mike, asked my wife, Aurora, and me about the dangers in walking the Camino.  It was an excellent question. In 2015, my fellow Thunderbird School of Global Management alumna and Camino pilgrim Denise Thiem, was murdered while hiking the Camino alone.  Police suspect the killer, a local resident, altered the […]
July 15, 2019

The Saddest Sheep in the World

We headed out once again on the Way of Saint James feeling as if things were starting to go our way—the day before, the heavy rains subsided and the sun made a brief but welcome appearance.  Shortly after, a small snack shop appeared along the Jacobean route which raised our spirits considerably.  While our raincoats dripped puddles of water on the wooden […]
July 15, 2019

New Year Resolutions

The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect upon the past, perhaps learn from its lessons and consider options going forward into a New Year and a new decade. In looking back, I have to admit 2019 was a roller coaster of a year in terms of publicizing and marketing a new book–my first book. I have […]