Author Interview: David Kravetz’s “Unique Town Names”
Today I’m bringing you an interview with first-time author, but longtime writer, photographer and quirky traveler, David Kravetz. Does his name sound familiar? Readers of this blog may recall his wonderful guest post “All About Jackalopes.”
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David Kravetz: Kindred Quirky Traveler
I met David Kravetz several years ago on Twitter, and I immediately realized he is a kindred spirit. We both love exploring offbeat and overlooked places, and are especially fond of the quirky and humorous. We have even met in person!
David is a prolific blogger and photographer who has lived and worked all over the world, including China and Japan. He speaks Japanese fluently and has worked as a translator. There are so many things I could share with you about this talented fellow, but let’s dive in and hear all about his new book!
Interview: Less Beaten Paths of America – Unique Town Names by David Kravetz
TUI: I’m so excited about your new book, David! I’ve seen it already and it’s GREAT, but please tell my readers all about it.
TUI: Please explain your travel philosophy. What inspires you? What is your travel mindset?
TUI: How do you plan your quirky road trips? Are there any tips or tricks you can share with us? Any favorite travel apps, sites, or tools that you use?
TUI: Seeing all the fun selfies that you share online has inspire me to take more of them! What are your thoughts on selfies? Do you think they get a bad rap? Should we all be taking more selfies? Why or why not?
TUI: Do you have a favorite travel anecdote to share with us, David? Something surprising, funny, or fun?
TUI: How can we find you and your book online?
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