At BootsnAll (the company who hosts Amsterdamlogue), we’re almost as happy talking about travel as we are actually traveling – and talking about travel with great travel writers like Rolf Potts makes us even happier. So we’re pleased to announce that BootsnAll is hosting a stop on Rolf’s virtual book tour for his new book, Marco Polo Didn’t Go There: Stories and Revelations from One Decade as a Postmodern Travel Writer on Wednesday, September 17th. Better still, we’re giving away 10 copies of the new book.
UPDATE: The submission deadline has passed. Good luck if you sent in a question for Rolf. Here is the interview where Rolf Potts answers your travel questions.
Rolf’s first book, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel, is one of those books that both inspires and informs – it’s become a must-read for anyone contemplating a life of long-term travel. So if you’re one of the many people who’s enjoyed Vagabonding, make sure you swing by this BootBlog post to leave a question for Rolf in the comments section. Rolf will choose 10 of the questions he gets to answer on his virtual book tour stop with us on Wednesday, and those 10 people will get a copy of Marco Polo Didn’t Go There.
Rolf’s virtual book tour stop at BootsnAll is coming up quickly, so be sure to leave your question for Rolf on the BootBlog post soon – you’ve got to do it by September 17th – and you just might win a copy of the new book.