If you’re looking to explore one of America’s great roadways, get your copy of Guide to the Natchez Trace Parkway, 3rd edition. The Natchez Trace Parkway traverses 444 miles from Natchez, Mississippi, to its northern terminus near Nashville, Tennessee. Rolling hills, historic sites, beautiful scenery—the historic byway is peppered with some of the region’s best food, lodging, and attractions. It is a drive that everyone should make.
Whether you’re exploring a few miles or a few hundred, maximize your enjoyment with the full-color Guide to the Natchez Trace Parkway. There’s a visual delight at every turn.
Some exciting new projects are coming up and I’d love to share one with you here.
If you haven’t heard of DittyTV, then you need to check it out. You can watch the broadcast online at DittyTV.com or via Roku, Apple TV, Tivo, or any of those smart device/internet connected kinds of things. It’s often compared to the Americana & Roots music version of the early days of MTV. It features an array of themed shows that play videos and it has an awesome concert series.
I will be overseeing its newsletter, DittyTV This Week, and providing content so check out the website and sign up for the newsletter today!
I co-authored a pictorial history of our town, Weaverville, N.C., with my wife, Taryn. We’re happy to report that the book will be released Monday, Sept. 14. We’re having a release party on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Twisted Laurel on Main Street in Weaverville from 6 – 8 p.m. Taryn and I will be there signing copies of the book, which will of course be for sale. We hope to see you there.
It’s great to see Gone Pro North Carolina mentioned in The Asheville Post. If you see a mention of my book in the news media, be sure to let us know!
And if you want me, Tim W. Jackson, to have a signing event at a bookstore near you, contact the store owners and let them know! Gone Pro North Carolina is a book of the Tar Heel proletariat! Rise up and express your needs! (Or, if you’re really rich, just buy copies of the book for everyone in your country club.)
Just look at this photo. This is a man of the people. Look at that crap on my desk. I mean, a typewriter? And that iMac is like 8 years old. It doesn’t even work anymore. And I had to make that snow globe with a photo of my daughter in it. Can you tell that’s a Tar Heels T-shirt I’m wearing? Anyway, come on folks, buy my book. I need some decent stuff!