Tuesday, January 2, 2018

UPDATE: January 2018

So 2018 will be eight years since I walked the Camino de Santiago for the first time (a return trip is in the planning stages). I am still unwrapping the experience. They say the Camino truly begins when the pilgrim returns home. They were right. Anyway, I check up on this old blog periodically, but I don't post here anymore. Please drop by and chew the fat on Twitter and Facebook. And to all of my fellow pilgrims, ¡Ultreia!

Sunday, January 1, 2017

UPDATE: January 2017

Welcome to 2017. (I know, right?) As ever, you can find me on the interwebs on the  Twitter and Facebook machines. I've said this before, and I really do mean it, but my Camino de Santiago memoir is coming along. Really. Thank you for visiting. ¡Ultreia!

Thursday, January 14, 2016

UPDATE: January 2016

Happy 2016. You can find me on Twitter and Facebook. My Camino de Santiago memoir is coming along. Stay tuned. Thank you for visiting. ¡Ultreia!

Saturday, February 14, 2015

UPDATE: February 2015

This little blog still draws a fair amount of traffic from Camino de Santiago internet searches and for that I am appreciative. If you're still interested, I'm in the home stretch on what I think the final form of my Camino memoir will look like. I'm ready to move on and have it become what it will be. In the meantime, if you are a current, former or forthcoming peregrino¡Ultreia!

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Updates coming soon! Much goodness ahead for my memoir Moving: Breaking Down and Growing Up Along the Camino de Santiago, plus other news.

In the meantime, you can find me on TwitterBuen Camino!

[Image © Benjamin Scuglia]

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

UPDATE: October 2012

The next two essays in my Camino de Santiago travel series have been posted to the Out Traveler website. If you read my original emails and/or blog posts two-and-a-half years ago, you might recognize some of the stories.

I don't know yet if they'll run any additional installments, but the traffic has been good. I'm researching self-publishing and unless something really great falls into my lap, I'm on track to publish the book next May to coincide with the third anniversary of my adventure.

Thank you for your support! Please log in to Facebook to like, share or leave a comment; if you're on the Twitter machine, please retweet. Help me spread the word that there's a new travel writer in town and he needs to pay some bills.

CLICK HERE for Part 1 ("500 Miles: Hiking the Camino de Santiago").

CLICK HERE for Part 2 ("Pain & Solace").

CLICK HERE for Part 3 ("Self & Solitude").

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Breakthrough: 'Out Traveler'

After two solid years (and change) of rejection—I'm poorer than ever, sorry to report—I've had a breakthrough: I sold a series of essays about my Camino de Santiago adventure to Out Traveler, the premiere LGBT travel website. They are well-regarded and highly visible in the travel field, so this is an awesome break. If any publishers and agents land here, I'm open to offers. Otherwise, the book will be published next spring.

Please enjoy this first essay. It's a taste, an amuse-bouche, if you will, for what the book will look like. Help me spread the word!

CLICK HERE (link safe for work, save for some salty language).

Photo credit: © Benjamin Scuglia.
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