I like to think of books as little dimensionally transcendental bubbles of time and space travel, each one sort of a paper TARDIS.
There you go, a few topics of conversation to use when chatting up the folks on the elevator or trying to bore away that door-to-door salesman.
...life should be a daring adventure but that does not necessarily mean it is filled with zip-lining, climbing K2, or jumping off Burj Khalifa in a wing suit.
Wednesday Wisdom (Or, what do you call a random list of things that have NOTHING to do with US/UK politics?)
Java and Junket's Gift Giving Guide
Yes, he was funny in Monty Python, but his travel writing and television shows are what cemented my crush.
If you like photography, animals, Africa or Frenchmen, this book has something for you.