My Camino Audiobook Testimonial

Posted January 2, 2012 | by Sue Kenney | in Blog | no responses Hi Sue I want to congratulate you on your book: My Camino. It is not a book I would have purchased since I'm purging the bookshelves of my life these days. I am welcoming digital learning primarily...less to carry around or dust off! It is my plan to walk the Camino de Santiago this year, at least to start the way. It has drawn me for several years but I have chosen to trek up Mount Kilimanjaro and hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu instead, thinking that the Camino would be 'too easy'. And, wanting a map of the Camino, and some tips for the journey, I've been reviewing books with a view of more practical application. And then your offer arrived, and the price was right, and I had some quiet moments today, so I downloaded the first few bits. Your reading voice is pleasant, soothing, and enrolling. Your words are descriptive and appealing, and it's a personal story too. I always get something for myself when listening to the sharing of others. I enjoyed listening to all 3 in a row and heard sincerity, openness and a willingness to explore. Your descriptions of rowing, your married then single life, your career growth and loss, all so real, so honest, and so familiar. Thank you for sharing these pieces. I'm eager to hear more. For someone who says she is not a writer, you would have fooled me! Well done! Jane (Haque)

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