I received two separate 5-star reviews this past week from my latest book, "RV Life Happens: Adventure and Happenstance Full-Time on the Road," one on Amazon and one on Goodreads.
"RV Life Happens" is available in paperback or ebook on Amazon.com. In it I weave together a myriad of lighthearted stories, anecdotes, adventures and cautionary tales from my years on the road, along with my wife, Nadyne, in our fifth-wheel as full-time RVers.
The review on Amazon was posted by Gerri Almand, author of "The Reluctant RV Wife" and "Home Is Where the RV Is":
A fun and informative read
Jack Huber’s collection of adventures (and even most of his misadventures) will bring smiles and chuckles to his readers. His stories will leave experienced RVers nodding in understanding and non-RVers wishing they’d been there.
Although my husband and I have been RVing a few years, we’ve not had the fulltime experience that has left the Hubers so knowledgeable about the nomadic lifestyle. Many of Jack’s experiences and mishaps resonated, and I picked up several useful tips. Meanwhile, after reading his story of the bathroom geyser, I’m hounding my husband that we must immediately replace our less-than-a-year-old RV toilet before the plastic foot lever snaps. Just kidding, but still . . . this is a fun read that’s well worth the time.
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The Goodreads review was written by Carol Lancaster:
I often fantasize about buying a conversion van and taking off to see this country. This book has given me an honest and pretty thorough reality check on the good, the bad and the wonder of full-time living on the road. It's a fun read of both first hand accounts and incidents that have happened to their RV friends. It is also a resource book of potential problems: from parking in mud, seeking remote RV repairs to getting a package delivered via US mail. RV LIFE HAPPENS has not only been a joy to read, it has also been an eye opener to all the good times and enjoyment of RV living while being very honest about some of the difficulties. If I ever do get a chance to hit the road full time, I will make sure to read this book again, it really highlights problems, solutions, resources and ways to get the most enjoyments out of full time living on the road.
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Thank you, Gerri and Carol! I really appreciate your kind words.