Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Jane V. Blanchard
498 followers -
Jane V. Blanchard is the author of the "Woman on Her Way" series and a blogger for authors. To follow her latest adventure and find out more about the books, see www.WomanOnHerWay.com. For her author's blog, My Musings, see www.janevblanchard.com.
Jane V. Blanchard is the author of the "Woman on Her Way" series and a blogger for authors. To follow her latest adventure and find out more about the books, see www.WomanOnHerWay.com. For her author's blog, My Musings, see www.janevblanchard.com.

498 followers
About
Jane V. Blanchard's interests
View all
Jane V. Blanchard's posts

Post has attachment
Hadrian's Wall Path is a wonderful hiking experience in England. Americans with only two-week vacations can leisurely hike the 80-mile trail, eat in the local pubs, stay in country B&Bs, and have time to visit the museums and enjoy the country.
Read about it in Hadrian's Wall Path: Walking into History. Get it now while it's on sale.
Photo

Post has attachment
At last, the book trailer to Camino Tips: How to get the most out of "The Way."

Post has attachment
Thank you for viewing the book trailer to Camino Tips: How to get the most out of "The Way"

Post has attachment
Want to know more about the Camino de Santiago aka The Way or the people who walk these ancient routes. Check out this book

Post has attachment
Like history? Liking hiking in stunning locals? Like visiting England and learning about its culture? If so, check out this book.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Hello everyone. I am the author of the Woman on Her Way series. I write about my adventures on the back roads and trails of the world. My first book, Women of the Way: Embracing the Camino describes my hiking along the 500-mile Camino de Santiago in northern Spain and the discussions I had along the way with other female trekkers. 

My second book Hadrian's Wall Path: Walking into History will be released later this year.

I also have a blog, My Musings, that provides strategies and support for indie authors, helping them take charge of their writing business. 
Photo

Post has attachment
Writing about Vercovicium, the Roman name for the Housesteads Roman Fort for my upcoming Hadrian's Wall Path book.
Photo

Have you walked The Ridgeway? I will be hiking it from June 10 to June 17 and am in the process of booking hotels, hostels, and inns. Which was your favorite? Is there something that I "must visit."  I would appreciate your comments. Also, are reservations necessary or can I just wing it?

Post has attachment
Toastmasters International teaches not only how to deliver prepared speeches but also how to respond to questions. Leaning to speak extemporaneously is helpful when being interviewed or when speaking one-on-one. This is a response to a practice we have at Toastmasters called Table Topics, a 1 to 2.5 minute spontaneous speech.
Wait while more posts are being loaded