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Introduction

Books can be a source of nomadic inspiration, a source of ideas and a means to spend time. They can be discussed, read and shared.


Non-Fiction

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"H"

  • Harper, Douglas. (2005) - Good Company: A Tramp Life.
  • Hib and Kika (2003). - Off the Map.
  • Hodgkinson, Tom: The Freedom Manifesto - How to Free Yourself from Anxiety, Fear, Mortgages, Money, Guilt, Debt, Government, Boredom, Supermarkets, Bills, Melancholy, Pain, Depression, Work, and Waste




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"L"

  • Lobaczewski, Andrew M.(2006) - Political Ponerology - interesting book on psychopathy and politics
  • Le Bas, Damian (2018). The Stopping Places: A Journey Through Gypsy Britain.
  • Lott, J. (2018) Hitchhike America. Beginning in Washington, D.C. and ending on the Pacific Coast, Hitchhike America honestly recounts the amazing journey exploring the United States and meeting new people, seeking to uncover the true soul of America. Part memoir and part travel writing, Hitchhike America also acts as a new guide for hitchhikers, with wisdom and anecdotes to teach you the best hitchhiking and vagabonding practices for adventuring the United States on a tight budget and a loose schedule.


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"W"

  • Walters, John. (2014) - Carsick. - Armed with wit, a pencil-thin mustache, and a cardboard sign that reads "I’m Not Psycho," John Walters hitchhikes across America from Baltimore to San Francisco.
  • Webb, Robyn. (2013) - Talking with Strangers.
  • Wolfram, Stephen: A New Kind of Science
  • Wood, L (2017)- Eastern Horizons: Hitchhiking the Silk Road.
  • Wood, L (2017)- Walking The Himalayas.
  • Wesley, John (2020)- Soft - One man’s journey to and through adulthood, Soft details the life experiences of author John Wesley. Celebrating the good times and not shying away from the bad, Soft is a reminder that there is always hope, no matter what trials you face. (Note by subaculture, maybe a little christian-Lite)



Fiction

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Philosophical and Academic

Practical & DIY

Touring Cyclists

Magazines & Journals