Book: The Perfect Culture by Brent Robinscategories: Book, Travel Fiction, Dark Humor, Wanderlust, Adventure Travel, Bill Bryson, Patrick Dewitt, Paul Flower, Puns, Witty, Satire
Brent Robinsabout this book: My novel is very personal to me. It is based on my overseas travel experiences, and I believe that the writing strongly represents my voice, which is unique, in my view. The uniqueness of the book is frequently mentioned in editorial reviews and reader reviews. It is very appealing to be able to share my experiences with a much wider audience.
The primary readers of my book are people into world travel and satire. I believe that readers gain a great appreciation for the diversity of world cultures from reading the book, combined with a lot of laughter, if they enjoy satire. One editorial reviewer noted that she felt like a new person by the end of the book, just like the protagonist.
The hardest part of writing the book was perseverance. It's a massive time commitment to write a novel, and you have to be very committed to keep at it. Few novels have a definite end date; you just need to enjoy the process, and keep trying to improve it until you believe that the book is ready.
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