Linda Raven Moore
A Little Twist of Texas: Raven's Roads
September 25, 2018 Comments.. 104
A Little Twist of Texas Raven s Roads In April Linda Raven Moore set out from Silicon Valley on Beastie her cc cruiser Her goal was to reach Fort Worth Texaslo It didn t quite work out as planned This book is the story of that

  • Title: A Little Twist of Texas: Raven's Roads
  • Author: Linda Raven Moore
  • ISBN: 9780977950768
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • In April 2005, Linda Raven Moore set out from Silicon Valley on Beastie, her 1400cc cruiser Her goal was to reach Fort Worth, Texaslo It didn t quite work out as planned This book is the story of that ride to Texaswith a little twist Packed with pictures and written in a chatty, ride along style, you re sucked into the story right from page one Whether or notIn April 2005, Linda Raven Moore set out from Silicon Valley on Beastie, her 1400cc cruiser Her goal was to reach Fort Worth, Texaslo It didn t quite work out as planned This book is the story of that ride to Texaswith a little twist Packed with pictures and written in a chatty, ride along style, you re sucked into the story right from page one Whether or not you re a biker yourself, you ll find out what it s like to go it alone on a motorcycled what a rider really wears under her jacket Want to know what the twist it Hop on the back and follow along Refreshingly frank and quietly witty, A Little Twist of Texas is a remarkable tale of adventure and self discovery.

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    1. Kirsty (alkalinekiwi) says:

      This was a book that my best friend Jay passed on to me before her move to Scotland earlier this year. I'd wanted to read it for quite a while - the author is a BookCrosser and is friends with friends of mine enough of an endorsement in my view!A journey becoming a Journey is a very fitting description. I loved reading about the BookCrossing convention and the part where she meets Pete (aka Skyring) had me nodding my head in recognition. I admired the way that even though the trip did not turn o [...]

    2. Sarah Sammis says:

      A Little Twist of Texas is a delightful and quirky memoir of a solo bike ride from California to Texas. Linda Moore rode "Beastie" to attend the BookCrossing convention held in Texas in 2005. For active BookCrossers or bikers or BookCrossing bikers, Moore's book is a must read.I am a regular reader of Raven's Roads, the blog that inspired the trip that in turn inspired the memoir. Besides Raven's Roads, she also runs Raven's RV, Raven's Rides, Raven's Range, and the Markeroni site and blog. One [...]

    3. Skyring says:

      Linda is a hero of mine. Small woman, big bike, big adventures, enormous heart.And, best of all, she describes the moment we met in Fort Worth in 2005. I became a fan on the instant.This is a book of exploration, not just the physical world, but the spiritual, and the emotional. Looking at the American Southwest through the eyes of a deeply thoughtful young woman from the north of England and over the top of a pair of heavy metal handlebars is a fascinating journey. You ride along behind her, sh [...]

    4. melydia says:

      This is the true story of Moore's month-long solo motorcycle trip from Silicon Valley, California, to Fort Worth, Texas. As with any adventure, things don't turn out quite as planned but it's a good read nonetheless, and perhaps made better for all the unexpected twists. This is different from most travel writing I've come across, in that Moore manages to be a tourist no matter where she goes. Her descriptions of all the Tinytowns and Nowheresvilles she encounters are as enchanting as if she wer [...]

    5. Bookguide says:

      I don't have time to review this properly now, but I want to copy out a couple of quotations to remind me of what I want to say, before I release it.Winslow. Forced to stop by wind, unimpressed by scenery of the Painted Desert. Urban decay. "This was a town of lies, of motels that boasted facilities they did not have, weather that got worse when better was promised, of restaurants that were empty shells and still said they were open."Finding Mary Youngblood CD 'Under a Raven Moon'. Theme - the i [...]

    6. Discoverylover says:

      This was a fantastic book! There were passages that really spoke to me, and I can't wait to meet Linda for real one day. I think we have similar ideas about some things :-) It's definitely gonna be a re-read!

    7. Libby says:

      I was drawn to this book because I love travel books and ravens and this had both! Heard about it through Bookcrossing friends and was not dissapointed!

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