In Traveling Like a Pro!, Stuart Gustafson reveals many of the tips, tricks, and techniques he has learned as he’s literally traveled around the world. It is the main book that covers all the areas of travel to help you learn to “travel better.” Chapters include topics such as Planning Activities (once a year as well as for each trip); Pack Light or “take it all”; what devices and adapters will you need; should you speak the local language; what currency(ies) will you need, and MORE!
The book will be available early 2024 in print and in all e-formats.
Traveling Like a Pro in Italy! incorporates the key points from Traveling Like a Pro!, while having a focus on traveling in Italy. Bonus additions are maps; regional, city, and museum highlights; some basic language lessons, and where to find the best gelato!
Local experts bring their parts of Italy to life with their personal stories of what to see; where to eat; when to capture the best photographs; how to buy souvenirs, etc.
The book will be available in 2024 in print and in all e-formats.
Also in the works:
Traveling Like a Pro in France!
Traveling Like a Pro in Australia!
Traveling Like a Pro on a River Cruise!
… and over a dozen more!
Fictional Novels by Stuart
Available now in print and in e-book formats:
Missing in MEXICO — a college co-ed didn’t return home after a family vacation, and a private investigator is hired to find her. Will he?
Murders in SYDNEY — a Math Professor is brought in to help the police solve a series of murders in high-profile locations (Book #1 in the Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD series)
Disappearances in the MEDITERRANEAN — a cruise ship passenger is missing after each day inport, and Interpol requests help from the Math Professor (Book #2 in the Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD series)
Art Thefts in PARIS — after a set of brazen art thefts around Paris, some works are being returned with mysterious symbols on them, and the Math Professor is called back to Paris to help decipher their meaning (Book #3 in the Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD series)