Wednesday, December 2

Autumn Adventures: our 2012 travel guide

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From relaxing drives to thrilling adventure, Tennessee has it all

After one of the hottest summers on record during which a great many Tennesseans chose to stick to the comfort of the air-conditioned indoors, you might be itching to get outside this fall. But if how far you can travel is limited by the kids being back in school or budgetary constraints, you might be looking to do something a little closer to home. Well, there’s good news. Whether you’re looking to relax with a leisurely, scenic drive or let loose your inner adrenaline junkie with an adventure vacation, there is something within the borders of Tennessee that is right up your alley. And chances are you won’t have to go far to enjoy a mini-vacation that will leave you with lots of great photos and even better memories.


About Author

Trish Milburn

Trish Milburn wrote her first book in the sixth grade and has the cardboard-and-fabric-bound, handwritten, and colored-pencil-illustrated copy to prove it. That “book” was called Land of the Misty Gems, and not surprisingly it was a romance. She’s always loved stories with happy endings, whether those stories come in the form of books, movies, TV programs or marriage to her own hero. Trish grew up in Kentucky and worked as a newspaper and magazine journalist for a number of years. She still does freelance work, but she devotes most of her time to writing novels. While working toward her first sale, she finaled in the prestigious Golden Heart contest sponsored by Romance Writers of America eight times, winning twice. She was also a finalist in Harlequin American’s Great American Novel contest, which led to her first sale to American. Other than reading, Trish enjoys traveling (by car or train – she’s a terra firma girl!), hiking, nature photography, and visiting national parks. Two of her life goals are to visit every unit of the U.S. National Park Service and hike the Appalachian Trail. While many authors buy themselves a piece of jewelry or gorgeous new shoes to commemorate their first sales, Trish bought herself a TiVo so she doesn’t miss any of her favorite shows while she’s typing away at the computer keyboard to meet her deadlines. In addition to romances for Harlequin American, Trish writes young adult novels under the name Tricia Mills for Razorbill, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group.

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