Whether you’re looking to live full-time in an RV or just use one for occasional trips, you won’t want to miss the new bestselling book, “Living the RV Life – Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road” by Marc and Julie Bennett of RVLove.
If you haven’t heard of RVLove, you’ll find that their blog, YouTube channel, and new book published by Adams Media (a division of Simon and Schuster) to be one of the most well-known and complete RV living resources available.
The full-time RVers have been on the road for 5 years and visited all 50 states as well as Canada and Mexico. They have taken the knowledge they have gleaned from their time on the road to the next level by producing one of the finest printed materials you will find.
Marc and Julie have done what most before them have not been able to do: produce a colorful, detailed, entertaining, and comprehensive book about their journey and how each aspect applies to you, the reader. This book speaks to you, whether you are a brand new RVer or a seasoned tank-dumper looking to go full time.
” It is actually the FIRST book about the RV life by a major publisher – representative of the fact that RVing is now a hot trend,” Marc and Julie shared. “The publisher actually did their research on RVers/writers in the space and reached out to ask us to write the book specifically, a pretty rare honor.”
The book starts out with qualifying questions about whether or not the RV life is for you, discussing several myths and even quizzing you at the end. Chapter 3 alone, Finding Your Home on Wheels, is worth the price of the book. The in-depth explanations and detailed, colored artwork are fantastic.
Marc and Julie address another interesting slant on RV living with their chapter about dealing with the emotional changes involved with leaving a sticks-and-bricks house and hitting the road.
Like everything else they are involved in, Marc and Julie have added their RVLove to the book’s pages. Amazing full-page photographs, colorful insets with facts and information, and real-life case-study stories from other RVers are interspersed throughout the book.
These RVer’s profiles are especially inspiring as they all share that same eureka moment that Marc and Julie had that drove them to hit the road.
Living on the road isn’t free, and Marc and Julie address income opportunities in Chapter 7. At 256 pages, this book is a perfect blend of inspiration and education. It’s easy to read in the form of part guide, part encyclopedia, and part coffee table book.
If the photographs alone don’t encourage you to reevaluate life and hit the road, even just for the weekend, then the intelligent and complete textual content will.