Thursday

July 2009

Hey, just wanted to let you know that in a few days I'm going to change the look of this blog. It may go to a new address or I might just freshen up this site. Not sure just yet. In the mean time I'm thinking of ways to make this a bit more interactive for readers and fun.

I was recently interviewed by an inspirational website called the Mt. Everest Mind Camp (www.mteverestmindcamp.com). Check it out. Stephanie's got a cool site that many of you will find inspriational.

Best,
cls

15 comments:

growingman said...

How is the book progressing? Any chance you will publish as an ebook and sell electronically? I would love to hear the full story.

JasonBirk佳琪 said...

Some people cannot see the wood for the trees.............................................................

C.L. Stambush said...

Hey, Growingman....I guess with the direction publishing is headed these days there is always the chance of an ebook, I just hope it's not in place of a hardback book. I've been working tooooooooo long on this project for it to enter the world silently.

I'm happy to see you are a reader of the blog. Guess you know I'm not posting any thing new. I'm trying to pull it together in a book. Fingers crossed and all that...

cls

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crazySID said...

Just came across this blog randomly. Nic posts you have here. I am from mumbai and a biker myself. Hats off to you, you are quite the adventurer types aren't you. I am yet to read all of your posts but i have enjoyed what i have read till date.
Regards,
http://crazysidunplugged.blogspot.com/

C.L. Stambush said...

Thank, CrazySid. Do you have a Bullet?

crazySID said...

No maam, I don't have a bullet. I am not a fan of bullets but definitely respect those machines. Not all bikes can take a beating and still stand still like the bullet's...

DeMoN's Vent said...

Hi, I thoroughly enjoyed reading your blog.. Found it inspirational.. And I'll be waiting for the book.. Please let me know the name of the book once it is published.. I'm from Kerala. Its been my dream to tour the whole of India, Nepal and Bhutan.. I own a Bullet and have been on some solo rides.. I'm hoping to get some tips from your book and realizing my dream in the near future..

helle said...

It's Fantastic post. I liked it.
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Dave said...

I would very much like to read this book.
I have a Bullet, an '08 Military. I am planing a trip to Kansas from New Mexico. Not as long as your trip, for sure but I would like to do this on a Bullet.
How can I find out when the book is published?
I have Carla King's book "American Borders" and this would be a great addition.

Dave

psiknight99 said...

It is an amazing read, you must do justice to it by writing more, and maybe a book would be the best outlet. All the best and keep writing!
Regards,
pillowmusings.wordpress.com

C.L. Stambush said...

Hey Pillowmusings, don't know if I ever got back to you since I seem to be getting lost in too too many email accounts :0). Anyway, glad you found the site and like the read. I'm writing more at www.clstambush.com so come visit me there as well. Best, cls

Evie Fisken said...

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