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Guide Book Lourdes to St Jean Pied de Port

Discussion in 'Pilgrim Books' started by Stacey Wittig, Jan 12, 2017.

  1. Stacey Wittig

    Stacey Wittig Stand at the crossroads and look

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    Camino Primitivo (2017)
    Spiritual & Walking Guides (that's me, Stacey Wittig) just released its latest book: Spiritual & Walking Guide: Lourdes to St Jean Pied de Port. The Camino guide book is today’s most comprehensive spiritual guide for walking from Lourdes to St Jean de Pied Port in France. Order at Amazon by clicking here: http://amzn.to/2cTM0Xt

    Many modern pilgrims desire to walk the primitive pilgrimage route from Lourdes to St Jean Pied de Port, France, and beyond onto the Camino Frances. But, until now, few guides have been published in the English language for the Voie du Piémont Pyrénéen sections of the Camino walk.

    Order on Amazon by clicking here: http://amzn.to/2cTM0Xt

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    The three-in-one book incorporates daily devotionals, Bible verses and way guides that will help prepare your heart for a closer walk with God.

    Included in the book:
    • Maps for wayfinding
    • Daily scripture readings – no need to carry a heavy Bible
    • Meditations that help you hear God’s direction for your life
    • Questions for reflection to make the most of your pilgrimage
    • Details about where to sleep, daily distances walked and essential websites
    • Insider travel tips
    • How to procure a Pilgrim Credential

    Here then is a guide ideally suited to you, the pilgrim, who is seeking both spiritual and terrestrial direction while walking the Camino route from Lourdes to St Jean Pied de Port in France.With space to journal thoughts and revelations about your Lourdes pilgrimage, you’ll hold onto this book as a keepsake f
    or many years to come.

    About the Author
    Stacey Wittig is a Spirit-led Christian, who was transformed by the Camino de Santiago experience and now writes about hiking and pilgrimage.

    Order on Amazon by clicking here: http://amzn.to/2cTM0Xt

    First, one-time, announcement of this, my second book.
     
  2. IngridF

    IngridF Active Member Donating Member Donating Member

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    Congrats Tracy... light and Love Ingrid
     
  3. Stacey Wittig

    Stacey Wittig Stand at the crossroads and look

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    Thanks, Ingrid!
    My next project is helping edit the CSJ guide for Camino Primitivo. Can you point me to some sources for historical and cultural info?
     
  4. movinmaggie

    movinmaggie Veteran Member

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    I believe this might be better served in the 'Resources' section.
     
  5. Fred Bovenkamp

    Fred Bovenkamp Pilgrim for Life Donating Member

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    I walked the Piemont route from Lourdes to St Jean Pied de Port in September 2015 with only a French guide book, and I don't speak or understand French! Needless to say, it made the journey at bit more challenging. So I am thrilled about your book and hope to walk the route again this year with your guide book in hand. And what an incredible, beautiful route it is!
     
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  6. Stacey Wittig

    Stacey Wittig Stand at the crossroads and look

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    Thanks, Fred!
    It is a truly amazing route...glad you are thrilled about my book! Please let me know how it works for you. I'd love to incorporate your suggestions into the next edition. Stay in touch, Stacey Wittig
     
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  7. Stacey Wittig

    Stacey Wittig Stand at the crossroads and look

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    Is it allowed to add it there, as well as in the "Book" section?
     
  8. movinmaggie

    movinmaggie Veteran Member

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    I believe that is a decision of the Moderators.....
     
  9. Smurphy

    Smurphy "I regret doing the Camino" said no one ever.

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    Stacey, I have just bought your book. Walking backwards from St Jean to Lourdes this April. I hope it helps!
     
  10. Pilgrim-S-414

    Pilgrim-S-414 Active Member

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    Are there any plans for the Kindle version of the book?
    I generally found ebook versions to be more practical on the Way.
     
  11. Binya

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    Smurphy, we may well see one another (face to face rather than a backpack profile) as I will be walking from Lourdes to SJPP mid April...
    Buen Camino!!
     
  12. Smurphy

    Smurphy "I regret doing the Camino" said no one ever.

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    Great Binya. Look forward to seeing you.
     

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