Pilgrimage Towns and Tales: Camino France and Spain

Be inspired! Pilgrimage Book Four explores pilgrimage towns and mountains on the Way of St James, reliving the pilgrim and tour leader's journey with affection and bite, lovingly written, with a vibrant and passionate pen. Commentators say Pilgrimage is “beautiful poetic writing", written with “Inspired metaphor”, “to a breathless walking rhythm”. Includes 15 photos, plus web links. More

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Nonfiction » Travel » By region » Europe » Spain
Words: 8,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301761609
About G McDougall

After extensive travel and teaching expérience, Garry won Australian ecoturism, commmunity project and literary prizes and grants for his co-creation of the official NSW Bicentennial 'Great North Walk' and proprietorship of Great Australian Walks. His creative work, extending over many years includes
* numerous photography and painting exhibitions
* poetry performance and articles in major and literary contexts
* ten eBooks and six paperbacks, including two novels.
His novels include 'Belonging' (fictional-biography of a 'black doctor' in colonial Australia) and 'Forgetting and Remembering' ( where an indigenous-death-in-custody and the disappearance of a Bicentennial official cause merry-hell on an outback township). His current work, 'Knowing Simone', in 1860's France, covers the last years of its dictatorial 'Third Empire'. When an anarchist on-the-run meets a powerful women in a precarious situation, Patrice sets out to 'know' Simone. Their encounters revealing sex, perversity and intrigue. A case of dynamite romance that rocks the Empire.

Garry lives in Sydney, and is current president of the Balmain Institute, a member of 'That Authors Collective' and 'Diverse' poetry group.

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