Andrew T Locke

Biography

About the Author:

Andrew T. Locke is the author of the Road Trip eBooks novels, and he runs Road Trip eBooks as his digital press.

Andrew knows all about life on the road as he's a 21st-century beatnik. Just like Joey he loves to travel, and he loves to do it by car. However, the beatnik in Andrew also believes that traveling by motorcycle is the perfect way to travel and to align oneself with each moment. Aligning oneself with the moment inherently facilitates soul-searching which is what the beatniks are all about! Just like Jake, Andrew knows what it is like to look for the deeper answers. To feel compelled to travel, to search Zen Buddhism and Taoism and Eastern thought generally, and to look to the beauty of Mother Nature while seeking those answers. Andrew has been to 41 of the 50 states as well as 6 different countries so far in his search, yet he still hasn't 'found' an answer. The journey is the destination, after all.

Smashwords Interview

What is the title of your first eBook?
Looking Within: A Man's Journey to Find Himself
What is "Looking Within: A Man's Journey to Find Himself" (LW) about?
LW is about a young man from Nebraska, Jake, who fails out of college and moves back into his mom's house. They have a fight one night, and Jake runs away from home -- by hitchhiking. He gets picked up by an older man, Joey, and LW is the tale of how their journey helps Jake to mature and to take hold of his life. To find himself, so to speak.
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Where to find Andrew T Locke online


Books

Looking Within: A Man's Journey to Find Himself
Series: Jake's Wanderings, Vol. 1. Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 63,940. Language: American English. Published: January 14, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Coming of age, Fiction » Literature » Literary
Jake fails out of the University of Nebraska, Kearney. He moves back into his divorced mother's home, and he can't swing with that scene. He runs away by hitching a ride with an older hepcat named Joey. LW is the tale of their road trip & how Jake 'finds himself.' Jake decides to return home, and Joey drives to the correct house without directions. How does he know where Jake lives?!

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beat generation    beatnik    coming of age    ebook    find yourself    kerouac    on the road    road trip    taoism    zen