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An Interview with Tammilee Tillison

Published on October 14, 2014 By Kristin

I recently met the woman behind Tammilee Tips after the TBEX North America conference, when we were on a post-trip together in lovely car-free Holbox Island, off the Yucatan Peninsula. After fishing, snorkeling, and sharing golf cart taxis, I asked her for some travel blogging advice to share with the Travel Writing 2.0 readers. We […]

An Interview with Laurence Norah

Published on November 19, 2013 By Kristin

Laurence started his blog, Finding the Universe, in May 2010 after quitting the corporate life. What started as a ways to┬ádocument his experiences and share his photos has since evolved into a place on the web where you can find honest travel advice, humorous tales from the road, and photography to inspire. In our interview […]

A Conversation with Photographer Noel Morata

Published on August 20, 2013 By Kristin

Noel Morata is a Hawaii-based photographer who works primarily in Hawaiian travel photography. While he started as a freelance portrait and special events photographer, much of his recent success has come from selling his prints on stock photo sites. In today’s interview, Noel introduces us to the world of digital travel photography and offers some […]

Five Things Writers Should Stop Doing in the ’10s

Published on May 22, 2013 By Tim

Old habits die hard with writers. We get into routines without thinking. We keep doing what worked before even when it doesn’t now. We get sloppy when we’re rushed to hit a deadline. We do things the way we did when we started out, even though times have changed. We do what one particular instructor […]

A Conversation with Cindy Fan

Published on February 5, 2013 By Kristin

Cindy Fan is a Canadian expat living in Laos. She is a freelance travel writer and photographer who writes for outlets like The Toronto Star and she blogs at somanymiles.com. In our interview today, Cindy talks with us about how living abroad has helped her writing, how she got into freelancing, and what she hopes […]