Mi Camino – New Spanish translation of best selling book

Posted October 21, 2015 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses

Mi Camino - by Sue Kenney

Translation by Alberto Agraso Mi Camino front cover It is with great honour that I offer the Spanish translation of My Camino in the language of the people of Spain, whre I experienced a shift that changed the course of my life forever. El Camino de Santiago de Compostela is a medieval pilgrimage route that people have been walking for over 1000 years. When I walked in 2001 very few people in Canada or the USA knew about the route and therefore many thought that I had lost my mind! It was a journey that would have a huge impact on my life and now the people from Spain can read the story. The translation is done by Alberto Agraso, author of Walking for Peace (Camiando de la Paz) and a children's book I am happy. Additional consultation was provided by Mony Dojeiji and Valentina Fernández de la Puente!  Joanne Haskins from Think Communications did the layout and design.  It was truly an accomplishment to complete the manuscript and manufacture the book in a mere 8 weeks. We launched it at Fairway Santiago International Camino Congress~held in Santiago, Spain October 15-18, 2015.  We went through 49 books (we only had 50) and did several book signings. I was a keynote speaker at the Congress, followed by a panel discussion. Order books Amazon. Fairway Santiago Sue on stage

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