Rory MacLean Stalin's NoseHopefully you’ve checked out this month’s issue of Perceptive Travel, where we have a fun excerpt from the latest book by Rory MacLean. Mr. MacLean’s books have always been easier to find in England than here, but that is all being remedied now with some U.S. releases of his back catalog.

To celebrate this development, we’re giving away two of his new U.S. reissues on Taurus Park Paperbacks:

Stalin’s Nose: Across the Face of Europe – This was his debut, a tale of moving across the land between Berlin and Moscow only weeks after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Rory MacLean Oatmeal ArkThe Oatmeal Ark: From the Scottish Isles to a Promised Land – A fictionalized account of following in a family’s footsteps from Scotland through the watery routes across Canada. Perhaps it’s too early to call it a classic, but the rave reviews and a preface from Jan Morris tell you this one’s a keeper.

If you live in the U.S. or Canada, you can win these for yourself. Just put a comment below answering these two questions. 1) Where are you traveling to next? 2) Why there?

Put in your correct e-mail address in the right box when commenting (nobody will see it but us) so we can notify you if you’re a winner and get your mailing address. Good luck!

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Tim Leffel is author of five travel books, including Travel Writing 2.0, and A Better Life for Half the Price, on living abroad. He is editor of Perceptive Travel webzine and this blog. He splits his time between Guanajuato, Mexico and Tampa Bay. See his writing portfolio, awards, and links to his books at TimLeffel.com.