Before I left for this hike, I thought I was pretty much done with my book. Then I hiked for two months, read other books, re-read my book and made some minor changes on my book reader. By the end of the hike, I thought I was kind of done with my book. Then I came back to the Med and decided to learn how to write a book :D I read books and blogs about writing books and it turns out that I was doing it all wrong! No, I’m just kidding hehe. I think I did a fairly decent job (considering that I’ve never taken a creative writing class in my life) but now I want to improve it a bit more (and I have a much better idea of how to do that). But it will take some time. No idea how much time, but time it will take...
I’ll try not to lose my mind this time. I promise.
(I think almost every writer goes through this, so don’t worry. I’ll finish it eventually, I promise :) Until then, I’ll be mostly hiding out :D)


Here is one of my favorite camping spots on the GR11- little Ibon d’Anayet, with Pic du Midi d’Ossau (in France) poking out in the background.

@bigworldsmallsasha Beautiful place to camp. Omg.

And what is your book about? I got curious

@mihira It's mostly about my last 13 years of traveling around the world with very little money. There's more info about it here if you're interested :)…
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