My Publications

There is a resurgence of bookshops! Between 2009 and 2015 there was a 40% jump in new independent (indie) bookstores after a decade of decline

Because when we spend so much time on devices like phones and e-readers and computer screens, a good book is an escape. For one thing – we do not get interrupted by email or SMS while reading a real book!  But in reality we all love to turn actual pages and be mesmerized by what comes next!

1. The Great Virginia Waterfall Trail – Eben Schoeman’s Companion Guide

Two books – a tiny travel companion and a coffee table book with beautiful full-page color photos of more than 95 accessible waterfalls in Virginia!

Every photo is accompanied by a short description, a 3D-map and a link to trail photos and GPS routes which can be downloaded to your phone! Never get lost again while looking for Virginia waterfalls.

Apple Orchard Falls Map
Apple Orchard Falls Map (click to enlarge)
Projected release date of the coffee table edition is Spring 2020 – just in time to surprise the explorers in your family with this beautiful keepsake that will enhance any living or family room and motivate everyone to get out and hike!

2. Fabulous Itineraries – The Blue Ridge Parkway

A concise mile-by-mile timeline for experiencing the best of the 469 mile Parkway for motorists, bikers, cyclists and hikers!
Projected release date is early Spring 2020!
Blue Ridge Parkway Book Cover
Book Cover (click to enlarge)

3. Mainstreet America – A Quest to Discover the Downtowns of America!

This is an online (not printed) project to help promote Mainstreet America!
I love to explore America’s neighborhoods and towns!
By doing so I contribute in helping to revitalize the downtowns and main streets which, in return, build stronger and safer communities. 
While my aim is to eventually cover every State in America, I began in Florida and is slowly making my way around the country.

4. A guide to Florida’s Busiest Cruise Ports – Canaveral, Everglades and Miami

This is an online (not printed) project to help the millions of cruisers who visit these ports every day.
For more information, please visit: