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  1. Phil Lee-Thomas
    8 April 2021 @ 6:22 pm

    I’ve just finished reading Laurie Dennett – A Hug for the Apostle (fundraising for MS in 1986)
    and Wide Open by Leslee Watt (camino portugues)

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    • TARA MARLOW
      12 April 2021 @ 10:44 am

      Thanks Phil. I’ll be sure to add those to the list on my next update!

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    • TARA MARLOW
      10 September 2021 @ 9:31 am

      Added!

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  2. Kitos S Olano
    5 June 2023 @ 3:43 pm

    799 Kms: Stories From My Camino by Kitos Sarthou Olano. 😊

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    • TARA MARLOW
      29 June 2023 @ 1:02 pm

      Thank you! I’ve added your book to the list. 🙂

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  3. Joy Llewellyn
    5 June 2023 @ 10:23 pm

    A fabulous list! Thanks for sharing it. Cheers! Joy LLewellyn

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    • TARA MARLOW
      29 June 2023 @ 1:00 pm

      Thanks. I always love highlighting female authors… especially Camigas!

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  4. Deborah Terra Weltman
    12 June 2023 @ 6:38 am

    Roni Kay was kind enough to add my book to the chat, but just to follow directions, here it is again:
    “Camino Lessons: Losing Twenty-First Century Fears on an Ancient Pilgrimage Trail” by Deborah Terra Weltman

    I read both “Walk in a Relaxed Manner” by Joyce Rupp and “The Camino: a Journey of Spirit” by Shirley MacLaine back in the early 2000s, and they were each extremely helpful! I would not have walked the Camino without the picture they painted for me of what I was heading towards. I recently read “Walk: Jamie Bacon’s Secret Mission on the Camino de Santiago” by Esther Jantzen and found it to be delightful!

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    • TARA MARLOW
      29 June 2023 @ 1:00 pm

      Thank you. I’ve added yours and Esther Jantzen’s books.

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  5. Louise Sawle
    26 June 2023 @ 11:26 am

    What a wonderful way to help generate such a vast array of Indi women authors. Thank you.

    When you get the chance to update the list, I would love my book/ memoir to be added.

    On My Way.. Along the road to Santiago.

    Louise Sawle.

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    • TARA MARLOW
      29 June 2023 @ 12:56 pm

      Added. It will show on the next update. Thank you!

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  6. Olivia Pittet
    7 July 2023 @ 10:38 am

    The Camino Made Easy: Reflections of a Parador Pilgrim
    by Olivia Pittet

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  7. Maureen Hamilton
    8 July 2023 @ 8:10 pm

    Day…by day…by day: Maureen’s Camino
    by Maureen Hamilton
    InHouse Publishing

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  8. Tracy Saunders
    17 October 2023 @ 1:34 am

    Hi Tara, I would appreciate it if you would add my trilogy of The Camino Chronicles:
    Pilgrimage to Heresy: Don’t Believe Everything They Tell You
    St. James’ Rooster: A Book for Pilgrims and Kingmakers
    Wellspring: The Grail, The Reich, and The Man in the Black Hat
    Published by Priscillian Press. All are on Amazon, Good Reads, etc.
    The first two (so far) are available also in Spanish:
    Peregrinos de la Herejía
    El Báculo de Santiago
    Both published by Algaida/Bóveda
    Thanks, Tracy (of The Little Fox House Post- Camino Retreat)

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  9. Tracy Saunders
    17 October 2023 @ 1:37 am

    Also, May I introduce you The Little Fox House Cookbook: Cheap and Easy Recipes for your Pilgrim Soul Second Edition
    Thanks, Tracy

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  10. Paul Garland
    5 December 2023 @ 6:26 pm

    Saw your post in Australian Camino fb group. Susan Jaganath has just published her guide to the Camino Invierno.

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  11. Alysa Golden
    6 December 2023 @ 12:21 am

    Hearing the Camino’s Call: Stories of Inspiration and Celebration from Women Over 50 Walking the Camino de Santiago

    By the WOACA the Camino Community

    Thank you so much Tara!

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  12. TARA MARLOW
    5 January 2024 @ 6:27 am

    FROM TARA: Just an update for those waiting for this updated list (Jan 2024). I’ve been delayed in updating it, due to personal reasons. I will get to it in February. My apologies.

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  13. Carol Tomany
    11 February 2024 @ 11:06 am

    Great list. You are missing The Gathering Place by Mary Colville, On Pilgrimage by Jennifer Lash (mother of Joseph Fiennes), One Woman’s Camino by Tracy Pawleski, Camino Chronicle by Susan Alcorn.

    Ellen Feinberg also goes by the name Elyn Aviva. I’m reading through a lot of books on the various Caminos and review them on my site https://caroltomany.com/book-reviews/

    You have an amazing list

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    • TARA MARLOW
      12 February 2024 @ 8:16 am

      Thanks Carol. That’s great. I’ll add those books on the next update.

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  14. Shoshana Kerewsky
    12 February 2024 @ 2:58 am

    Here’s my new book: Shoshana D. Kerewsky. 50 Days in May: Reflections Along the Camino de Santiago. Memoir.

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    • TARA MARLOW
      12 February 2024 @ 8:15 am

      Thanks Shoshana! Congratulations on your publication. I will add the book to the list on the next go around.

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  15. TARA MARLOW
    12 February 2024 @ 8:19 am

    FROM TARA: Another addition – sent through via my contact page:

    Hi, don’t know if this is the right way to ask you to add my book to your list?
    It is a book of poems written on the Camino, on Amazon- called ”A Walk with Words”. By Armorel Allen.
    Thanks for doing this!

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  16. Deborah Wilson
    12 February 2024 @ 8:16 pm

    “Finding Love on the Camino” – a Camino memoir by Deborah Wilson.

    I see this is quite the task! I had no idea there was such a plethora of books out there and look forward to reading many of them.

    Many thanks Tara, much appreciated!

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