Eight authors have teamed up to bring you eight great hiking books at crazy prices.
It runs for five days only from December 13th up to and including December 17th.
From El Camino de Santiago to the dizzy heights of Nepal, the glorious Appalachian Trail, cosy Scottish bothies and other great locations, all these Kindle ebooks offer healthy discounts over their usual prices.
One book is free, and most have been reduced to just 0.99 / 1.99. However, it’s only open until 18th December. You only have 5 days to grab one, or all of them!
Below is the list of books we’re offering. Just click or tap the Amazon store link to learn more and take advantage of the discounts.
Santiago’s Guitar by Stephen R. Marriott
Despite living in a village on the fabled Camino de Santiago, Diego never expected to walk the pilgrimage, but his father’s retirement and sudden death changed everything.
The Journey In Between by Keith Foskett
When a stranger in a Greek bar tells Keith Foskett about a world-famous pilgrim’s trail, the chance encounter sets Foskett’s life in a new 1,000-mile direction.
Bothy Tales by John Burns
From remote glens deep in the Scottish Highlands, John D Burns brings a new volume of tales – some dramatic, some moving, some hilarious – from the isolated shelters mountain people call bothies.
Adventures on ‘The Way’ by Graeme Harvey
Some walk it. Graeme ran the 1100 miles on El Camino de Santiago!
Walking Shorts: 25 Laugh-out-Loud Short Stories by Mark Richards
From interrupting an amorous couple in the throes of passion to stumbling into one of the UK’s top-secret sites, these 25 short stories chart Mark Richards’ journey from “total walking sceptic” to author of ‘Father, Son and the Pennine Way.’
Blue Ice, White Powder by Jack Moscrop
A true short story of determination and ambition, pushing it to the limit in the mountains.
Where’s the Next Shelter by Gary Sizer
The true story of three travellers on the Appalachian Trail told from the perspective of Gary Sizer, a seasoned backpacker and former Marine who quickly finds himself humbled by the endeavor.
The Nepali Flat by Gordon Alexander
Take a man from sea level. Place him in the high Himalaya. Then laugh at him!