Camino Sunrise: Readers React

When I took my first steps on the Camino de Santiago, I never could have imagined where the famed pilgrimage would lead me.

When I sat at my MacBook Air a year and a half ago to chronicle my journey in Spain, my words had an unknown destination.

Little did I know that the trek would take me back to my troubled childhood and lead to real dangers on the path, as my wife Sue’s illustrations show, above. Her ink-and-watercolor works grace each chapter.

Less than two weeks after publication of Camino Sunrise: Walking With My Shadows, my first book, readers have kindly shared where my words have taken them.

“Reading this book reinforced my own interest in “minimalism” and renewed my desire for peace in my own life,” one wrote. “As Reg bares his soul, you can’t help but reflect on what is important in life…just read it.”

Another shared his thoughts: “What an adventure! I was traveling every step of the way with you and feeling every bit of it.”

A third reader shared this: “So well described that I feel like I was there and that the connections you made along the way are my friends too.”

My story features humor, tragedy, triumphs, and hardships through a cast of characters that I call my Camino family. I describe real events and how the Camino stripped away the unimportant and exposed the best in life.

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Click here to go to Amazon. I would love to hear from you after you read my book and ask that you consider reviewing Camino Sunrise on Amazon.

Thank you,

Reg

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4 thoughts on “Camino Sunrise: Readers React

  1. Reg, I am reading it now. You are a gifted wrighter indeed. I can hardly put it down. I love it, Joe

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  2. Lori Oliver-Tierney

    I got your book and I am almost done with it. I am enjoying it a great deal. I want you to know you should be flattered. My grandkids-age 2 and 5 weeks were here with us for 15 days because of smoke from Chico fire. I loved every minute and it was wonderful but also non stop chaos. Amidst it all I took time to read chapters of your book. It took me to trails I would love to hike and kept me centered on the meaning of life. It helped me not worry about the mess in my house and target the joy.
    Thank you for sharing your grand adventure. Well done. Happy trails,

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