Exciting New Memoir Blurs the Line Between Travelogue and Adventure
By: Stillwater River Publications
In his riveting new book that's part memoir, part travelogue, and part international thriller, Chad Bowlin's amazing adventure is almost too peculiar to be believed. In the book, the reader is transported all over the world to many exotic and distant locations – from the highest altitudes to treacherous rivers to tumultuous waterfalls and then south of the equator to the end of the world. And through it all, his journey becomes one of personal discovery, a search for meaning, and his own opportunity for individual atonement.
Spinning around the cliffs and curves of the Dalmatian coast en route to Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia……a ravishing, sensuous woman at my side in some of the most beautiful spots in the world……I must be happy……I must. The rage is alive inside, burning to hurt something, someone. Is there such a thing as temporary insanity?
Until the Dust Settles is a story explained as true to fact, life-changing, life-altering, life-enhancing, and anything but forgetful.
Welcome to "The Dust."
Chad M. Bowlin is a sixth generation Californian, and twenty years ago he and his wife moved to Bristol, Rhode Island. His wife was born and bred in Rhode Island, so Chad now refers to himself as a Bristolian—though the "locals" may dispute that claim. They have three children (from his first wife) and proudly accept their extended family as one. Chad's first book, Swamp Water, Abalone Shells, Basted Eggs, Sow Belly, and Nettles was written in 1992 and is still available online and at select bookstores.