I was met and am staying with my dear friend Stacey Miller, the daughter of Luree Miller of whom I wrote in the Acknowledgements to Breaking Trail:
"My loving writing mentor, Luree Miller, first suggested the idea for this book. Over the decades I struggled to write it, I wasn’t consistently grateful to her for starting me on the project, but certainly am now that it’s approaching completion. I wish I could show it to her, but Luree died in 1996."
It was great to share the book with Stacey and remember Luree together. Luree wrote many wonderful books inlcuding "On Top of the World: Five Women Explorer's in Tibet" which is published by the Seattle Mountaineers.
by Luree Miller "It was the Himalayas that lured Nina into her rash venture..." (more)
CAPs: Alexandra David-Neel, Isabella Bird Bishop, Annie Taylor, Fanny Bullock Workman, Central Asia (more)
My Amazon number isn't so good today
A fascinating account, October 11, 2005
|Reviewer:||Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) - See all my reviews|
Here's my schedule in New York, FYI.
Tuesday, October 11
PULSE. XMs newest morning show. Arlene will be joining us at our NY studios located at
Be at the Explorer’s club at
Meet Jean Taylor
slide lecture and signing
Tuesday & Wednesday staying at Millennium
Hotel Millennium Cothorne Hotels Millennium Broadway Hot
11:00 am Scribner to meet the wonderful people who have worked on the book with me Lisa, Sam, Lucy, Molly