Colleen Sehy

Colleen Sehy
Colleen Sehy
Finding England in America
After 25 years as a writer specializing in grant and business writing, I had the opportunity to take a life-changing, three-month trip to London in 2015. When I returned home, I started thinking about the joy I’ve always found in travel, history, and the arts. These interests have often entwined with my lifelong quest to learn more about the history and culture of the British Isles. In addition to numerous trips to Great Britain, I’ve traveled across America and Canada seeking out places with links to the UK. Finding England in America draws on the rich body of knowledge I’ve amassed in order to help other Anglophiles discover the many rewarding British encounters they can have right here in America. History, literature, the arts, sport, food and spirits, and much more – this book discusses activities, attractions, programs, and resources that will enable Anglophiles to enrich their lives with all kinds of British experiences here in the U.S., no passport required.
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After more than 25 years as a writer specializing in grant and business writing, I had the opportunity to take a life-changing, three-month trip to London in 2015. When I returned home, I started thinking about the joy I’ve always found in travel, history, and the arts. These interests have often entwined with my lifelong quest to learn more about the history and culture of the British Isles. In addition to numerous trips to Great Britain, I’ve traveled across America and Canada seeking out places with links to the UK. My writing and speaking draw on the rich body of knowledge I’ve amassed, in order to help other Anglophiles discover the many rewarding encounters they can have with England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland right here in America – no passport required.
*Feeding Your Inner Anglophile: Finding England in America
*Finding Shakespeare in America
*The Life and Times of Queen Victoria
*Plan a Grown-up Gap Year & Reinvent Yourself in the Process
*England and America: There’s More to it than the Revolution
*Benjamin Franklin: The Ultimate Anglophile?
*Planning a Fabulous Trip to England
*The Joys of Armchair Travel
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