My Book

At the age of 45 I quit my job, sold my house, bought a motorhome, and hit the road with my dog for a five-year adventure. It was a journey that transformed my life.

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Editorial Reviews

“Heidi Eliason’s narration is one of the aspects I liked the most. She knows how to keep
you interested at all times.”

– Diana Lopez for Readers’ Favorite Book Awards

    “Part travelogue and part personal experience makes this book a great read. You will feel a friendship with Heidi and want to keep reading as she shares her thoughtful observations of life on the road. A great read I couldn’t put down.”

    – Marcella Gauthier of Escapees magazine

    “Heidi Eliason’s Confessions of a Middle-Aged Runaway is a heartwarming and humorous story about one woman’s journey to find happiness. It will draw the reader in by the end of the first paragraph and never lose their attention until the end. It is a fun and sometimes thought-provoking story to read that shows it is never too late to find personal happiness in life.”

    – Entrada Publishing

    Link to the full Entrada Publishing review here: Entrada Publishing review

    “For everyone who has ever had a “run away” dream, Heidi’s experiences will introduce you to what it’s really like to live and travel full-time in an RV—the good, the bad, and the unexpected. She is not afraid to share her tribulations and triumphs. Her writing style is open and honest. It’s easy to imagine that she is telling you her story as if you are a luncheon friend.”

    – Carolyn Hamilton, Adventuress Travel Magazine

    Link to the full Adventuress Travel Magazine review here: Adventuress Travel Magazine review

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