Traveling My Way: Cannibals to Communists to Dining with the Queen
a novel by James F. Bruce
Memoir - Travel
ABOUT THE BOOK:
"If a tourist is seen, the trip was a failure."
James F. Bruce's Traveling My Way tells of the adventures and lessons learned from his worldwide travels. While some of these excursions were spent working with medical missions and charitable ventures, they arose mostly for the sake of adventure alone and the thrill of visiting unusual places and people on this earth.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
James Frederick Bruce has a business degree in marketing from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. He worked in residential real estate sales in Milwaukee, Wis., beginning in 1963, and later went on to become president of a real estate company. During his long career as a Realtor, he earned many prestigious designations and founded a title insurance company and mortgage company.
After retiring from the real estate business, he earned a degree in theology and cultural anthropology from Marquette University in Milwaukee.
His travels have taken him to nearly a hundred countries.