Who is Frank Kusy?
Born and raised in the fog-shrouded streets of 1960s London, and with more than 30 years of travel writing experience under his belt, aspiring Buddhist and incorrigible cat-lover FrankKusy is a SUNDAY TRIBUNE RECOMMENDED AUTHOR and a four-time Gold Medal Winner on the Harper Collins Authonomy site. He has been awarded the AIA Awesome Indies Seal of Excellence for his flagship book 'Rupee Millionaires', and has been a featured author on several promotional sites, including Indie Book Bargains and FreeBooksy. His books have received international press acclaim, and have made the Kindle Top 100 List three times, climbing as high as #5. In April 2015 his popular children's book 'Ginger the Gangster Cat' won a coveted GOLD MEDAL from the Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards.
What is this blog post about?
Off the Beaten Track is on 99c/99p sale until 23rd May. If you haven't read the other books in the series don't worry.
In the words of Julie Haigh from the We Love Memoirs Facebook group, "Off the Beaten Track is the third of Frank's Asian memoirs, it comes right between Kevin And I In India and Rupee Millionaires - but it doesn't matter if you haven't already read those-Frank actually wrote it out of order anyway!"
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OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: MY CRAZY YEAR IN ASIA
In 1989, Frank Kusy found himself the unwilling love pawn of a booted and
on a Harley low rider. Then he fell in love with someone else, and it got a lot worse. Trapped in a small bedsit in London, with strange foreign curses coming through the door, he jumped at the chance to write a travel book on South East Asia. There followed the craziest year of his life: he got married in a Balinese village, attacked by giant spiders in Australia,and bombed on the Cambodian border. Not to mention starting a new business in India, nearly killing the King of Thailand and receiving the death penalty in Malaysia.
Oh, how Frank wished he'd never met that crazy Polish biker chick…
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