Fulton Books author Michael Meyer, an award-winning professor at the University of Notre Dame, has completed his most recent book "The Odyssey of Winnie: Our Two-Year Adventure Owning an RV": a cautionary and comical first-hand report on the realities of RV ownership.
"The purpose of this book is to share our adventures as I saw them," says Meyer. "I will share what I've learned about owning an RV (for example, I learned that I am a bad driver) and planning trips so that you can laugh at my mistakes and hopefully learn from them once you buy an RV."
Published by Fulton Books, Michael Meyer's book chronicles his two-year adventure of owning Winnie, a 15-year-old Winnebago lovingly nicknamed by his daughters. During his time with Winnie, Meyer took his family on two "trips of a lifetime" across the country. From naming to selling an RV, Meyer gives readers a comprehensive look at living mobile.
Along the way, Meyer and his family make several wacky mistakes that the author anticipates will prove educational to those planning to buy an RV. Meyer wrote this book with "the hope that your travels will not include being splashed in the face with poop water." Filled with plenty of humor and heart, "The Odyssey of Winnie" is quite the entertaining instruction manual.
Readers who wish to experience this illuminating work can purchase "The Odyssey of Winnie: Our Two-Year Adventure Owning an RV" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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