I find my greatest pleasure, and so my reward, in the work that precedes what the world calls success. Thomas A. Edison

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Jane V. Blanchard janeblanchard.allauthor.com Jane V. Blanchard
  • Genre: Poetry, Advice & How-To, Biographies & Memoirs
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 6
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 5 July, 1950
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BIOGRAPHY "I love going on an adventure and then telling you about it."

Jane V. Blanchard is the author of the "Woman on Her Way" series. In her first book, Women of the Way: Embracing the Camino, Jane mingles her personal story with conversations she had with modern-day female pilgrims who also trekked the Camino. In Hadrian's Wall Path: Walking into History, Jane shares her discoveries along the 84-mile path across northern England. This book was a finalist for the prestigious 2015 President's Award from the Florida Authors & Publisher's Association. Camino Tips: How to get the most out of the "The Way" is chock-full of tips for someone venturing out on the Camino.

Jane has always been adventuresome, building a log cabin with her husband and living off the grid, working a gentleman's farm, hiking the peaks of New England, and racing mountain bikes in her 50s. Since retiring in 2011, she has visited sixteen countries by foot and by bicycle and written two books about her wanderings. In addition to traveling, writing and publishing, Jane enjoys gardening, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

As a sexagenarian, Jane continues to plan backpacking trips and writing books.
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A Peek at the Remarkable Camino de Santiago: A Photo Journey (Woman On Her Way Book #4)

by: Jane V. Blanchard

See how remarkable the Camino de Santiago is with this FREE Amazon #1 best seller photo journey. This 130+ photo journey illustrates the phenomenal appeal of the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain. By mixing pictures of the majestic Pyrenees, the high plains of Spain, and the Galician hills with those of architecture, people, and the Spanish culture you get a peek at this remarkable trail and why it has gained the status of a European Cultural Itinerary. A picture is worth a thousand words. • Sample what you can see each day as you travel along the author's 2011 43-day journey.• Let these photos ease your concerns about your upcoming pilgrimage.• Discover why walking is the best way to travel.• Through the photographs, see Spain in a unique way, up close and personal.• Recall the joys of your own Camino with this photo memento.Jane V. Blanchard says,

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