I get these emails all the time.
“If you can write a simple letter to a friend, you can become a TRAVEL WRITER. Earn big paychecks and free perks all over the world while writing about your travels.”
Then the email goes on to tell me about the six easy payments and “voila” I’m a travel writer.
Well I got a deal for you. I’m going to be a travel writer for free. No perks. No paychecks. No easy payments.
And Virginia Beach, Charleston, Savannah, Orlando, and Fayetteville.
I’ll write about D.C.
I’ll write about my daughter’s tree house in the middle of Pennsylvania.
Two and one half weeks of flying, driving, and floating.
Seeing George Washington’s home. Seeing Thomas Jefferson’s home. Seeing my grand kids’ home.
Maybe helping Paula Deen’s comeback by eating some of her fried in butter and lard stuff. I’ll write about my indigestion.
It will be great fun seeing people I love. I’ll write about them too.
When I return in the middle of July I’ll be able to say, “Yesterday I couldn’t spell TRAVELWRITER and today I are one.”