If it were possible I would make my own books free for Kindle and other eReaders. But I haven't quite figured that out yet. So for now, here are a few free PDFs of things that I have written if you were looking for something to read while you are traveling.
The title of the book is linked to the PDF, as is its cover, and where appropriate the link to its description page is at the bottom of the post if you are interested in knowing more.
If you want to know what's coming out next try Upcoming Books.
Hiker Pulp, Adventure Travel Short Stories, aka Hiker Short's, is a compilation of travel stories and articles which was compiled back in 2015. It is part personal experience and part advice for those who think living out of a backpack is a glamorous lifestyle which would solve all of their problems.
See the full description page for Hiker Pulp
Why not attempt to ride Coast to Coast on a $99 Walmart Fixed Gear Bicycle?
Be forewarned that this is a Pulp Travel book, so there are plenty of spelling and grammar mistakes.
See the full description page for Fixed Gear on the Southern Tier which has links to the blog posts, including pictures and video from this adventure.
Backpacking Austin, or as it is also known, Homeless in Austin.
Keep in mind this is a Pulp Travel story about hitchhiking into Austin, Texas with very little money.
For a hiker, this was a very different urban camping experience.
See the full description page for Backpacking Austin which has links to the individual blog post which comprise this PDF.
Thru Hiking the Oregon Coast Trail, or the OCT, is an amazing long-distance hike which runs the length of Oregon, from the Columbia River to the Oregon/California border.
My own, very rough, Quick and Dirty Oregon Coast Trail Thru Hiker's Guide which uses the free Oregon Coast Trail Maps available from the state of Oregon.
Just be aware that the last few sections are a little thin on information as I never finished detailing this guide. Find more on the Oregon Coast Trail Thru Hike Guide
Homeless on the Cloverleaf is a personal journal about being homeless in between long-distance hiking trips while trying to hold down a job to pay for the next hike.
Living on a cloverleaf exchange off of an interstate highway, this journal is Coming Soon.
After Katahdin is a short book about life after a thru hike of the Appalachian Trail. It is about how I had problems adjusting to a so-called "normal" life. It is an intimate look at my post thru hike depression.
It was not the best of times, and I am not entirely proud of how I behaved off-trail.
Pharming: Passive Income with Your Cell Phone was a short booklet I wrote up back in 2016. Many of the revenue-generating apps have changed over the years to the point that this guide is most likely useless to anyone interested in making money from their cell phone.
It is included here mostly for historical purposes, and because it was the idea that led to my interest in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Something I thought was funny in retrospect, the books last words, "Above all else, save that bitcoin!"
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