Travel Tales

There are several categories of eBooks available:

Travel Tales Monthly is a monthly magazine series of collections of simply great travel stories, 10 at a time each month. Current and back issues are available.

Stories are selected from among the best of 10,000 travel tales collected by Michael Brein through interviews with about 1,750 world travelers and adventurers whom Michael has met through his own travels to over 125 countries in the last four decades.

Stories included in the Travel Tales Monthly are making their way into one or more eBooks that comprise The Travel Psychologist Travel Tales Series (see below)

“You wouldn’t believe the incredible stories people have told me about their travels.” — Michael Brein

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Travel Tales Collections are small baskets or bundles of travel tales (about three) usually centering around a very specific theme, such as “Paris”, “Morocco”, “Close Calls,” etc. Collections are travel tales making their way into ebooks in The Travel Psychologist Travel Tales eBook Series.

The Travel Tales eBook Series will ultimately consist of about 200 or so complete ebooks on  different  subjects, places, and themes of travel. For instance, ebooks will be on close calls, danger, great escapes, humor, the best of the best, travel safety and security, wildlife, the mystical, spiritual and paranormal, and many many more. See Travel Story Themes for more examples. Typically, each ebook will consist of approximately 10 to 12 travel stories.


Whatever form of ebooks you choose please know that these are interesting, mesmerizing accounts of travelers as they deal with the good and wonderful, bad and horrific of what happens to them in their travels to other countries (and sometimes within their own countries as well). The stories are recounted but with a difference: Michael Brein probes into the psychology behind people’s travels in ways you have not seen in other accounts of travel before.

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