Book Title Contest 8


Living overseas with the military community the past 4.5 years and traveling to almost 40 countries and over 80 new cities in that time, I have become an expert on all things travel.

  • Traveling on a budget
  • Travel Hacking
  • Best Places To Travel To
  • How to Plan and Maximize a Trip
  • and more

It didn’t take long for people to start coming to me for advice.

How do we travel SO cheaply (and free many times!), how is it possible with frustrating work schedules or children.  How do you get over the fears of traveling to the unknowns?  What happens when you can’t speak a foreign language?

 

Whether it was someone fresh off the plane not sure where to start or someone who has been in Europe plenty long with just as long of an excuse list to “Why they just can’t make travel a reality,” I have heard it all.  Which is exactly why it was time to help out all these people stationed in Europe to debunk a lot of myths and excuses, help them realize how fortunate we are to be living abroad and to give real, ACTIONABLE advice that they can apply TODAY to make travel a reality!

 

SO, the book is ready and complete...except one, major (and extremely important) part

Help me figure out the book title to win a free copy for yourself!

I NEED A TITLE!!!!

So, I need your help!  Below are some of the top choices for the e-book’s book title that is ready to launch this month.  All I need is your vote on your favorite title.

What Book Title Do YOU Like Best?

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Don’t Like Any Of These Titles?

Suggest a new book title in the comments section and if I think it totally rocks and want to use it, you will get a FREE copy of the ebook as well as a mention in the credits!

 

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LeAnna

Author and Creator at Economical Excursionists
Former teacher turned blogger turned mom turned full time travel addict, LeAnna has never been one to live life by the rules. Whether she is moving to a farm in Switzerland to learn to make cheese (Yes, CHEESE), jumping off a mountain to paraglide over Cinderella castles, or taking her baby all over the world with nothing but a backpack on their backs, LeAnna designs and defines her OWN life. LeAnna, her husband Andy, and kiddo, "Lil B" love to live a minimal lifestyle, not only for the "thrill" of pinching pennies but in order to save for traveling the world. Considering over 40 countries and 90+ cities have been explored, we'd say they are doing something right!

About LeAnna

Former teacher turned blogger turned mom turned full time travel addict, LeAnna has never been one to live life by the rules. Whether she is moving to a farm in Switzerland to learn to make cheese (Yes, CHEESE), jumping off a mountain to paraglide over Cinderella castles, or taking her baby all over the world with nothing but a backpack on their backs, LeAnna designs and defines her OWN life. LeAnna, her husband Andy, and kiddo, "Lil B" love to live a minimal lifestyle, not only for the "thrill" of pinching pennies but in order to save for traveling the world. Considering over 40 countries and 90+ cities have been explored, we'd say they are doing something right!

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8 thoughts on “Book Title Contest

  • Jeanette flegle

    Leave off the Military. Just use.
    Travelers Bootcamp: Kick your Travel Goals into Gear Starting Today!
    This book can be for all who want to travel not just military or those lucky enough to be stationed there . But everybody . Do you have to put The in the title? When a person is looking for a travel book that is what they would start their search with. In my humble opinion!! Good job Leanna!

    • LeAnna Post author

      Actually, this particular book is VERY geared towards military and those stationed abroad (hence wanting very specific wording in the title, so that there wasn’t confusion for readers). Granted, just about any traveler would gain useful information from the tips and resources, there are many in there that are only going to apply to military members.
      My hopes are to adapt this book in the future into a second version for ANY new travelers 🙂

  • Monica Brown

    Gary votes for #2. I think OCONUS is confusing but maybe that’s because I’m not military. I guessed it right.
    I like Traveling While Stationed Overseas:How to take advantage of your time living abroad
    That way maybe those not in military would be more inclined to read it also.
    How much does the Ebook cost?
    Love, Mom2

    • LeAnna Post author

      OCONUS was actually very intentional wording. While just about any new traveler would find extremely useful and actionable information in this book, the intended audience is 100% military members stationed abroad, so I want that to be a clear focus and highlight of the title