Sorry, this promotion is over. Read on to learn about two things that are good for the soul: travel and philanthropy!

Dear Reader,

I think the right trip to the right place at the right time can change your life, illuminating who you truly are, separate and apart from everything and everybody you’ve always known. That’s what happens to fifteen-year-old Peyton Cabot in The Key to Everything, a boy whose bike ride from St. Augustine to Key West is inspired by an extraordinary true story.

This is my third book, following Missing Isaac and Almost Home, both set in rural Alabama. Email to enter The Key to Everything giveaway.

All the best,

Dear Reader,

After cooking at a soup kitchen in Delhi that daily feeds 20,000 people, I began volunteering at charitable settings in cities across America and around the world.  In the colorful series of travel essays collected in The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen, I’ll bring you inside the chaos and compassion of kitchens in Iran, Israel, and South Korea, as well as Austin, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh. Kirkus Reviews says it’s “an inspiring philanthropic account that deftly displays the author’s affability, knowledge, and passion.”

For more information on the book, please visit the publisher’s website.

Thanks for reading,
Stephen Henderson