Author

Laurence Mitchell is a travel writer and photographer based in Norwich, UK. He is author of Slow Travel Norfolk and Slow Travel Suffolk, the predecessor of which, Slow Norfolk & Suffolk (Bradt/Alastair Sawday’s),  was shortlisted for the 2010 Eastern Daily Press-Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards, Serbia, Kyrgyzstan and Belgrade (all Bradt), and Suffolk Coast and Heaths Walks and Walking in Norfolk (Cicerone). He has also contributed to other books that include Bus-Pass Britain and Bus-Pass Britain Rides Again (both Bradt), A Moveable Feast (Lonely Planet), Encounters With The Middle East (Solas House) and The Silk Road (Insight Guides). He is a regular contributor of travel pieces to hidden europe magazine and also writes world music reviews for Perceptive Travel  webzine.

Laurence is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild. You can see his profile here.

Website: www.laurencemitchell.com

4 Responses to Author

  1. Dina says:

    Hi Laurence,
    i have juts ordered “Slow Norfolk and Suffolk”, I’m very much looking forward to reading it.
    You have great impressions from my country, than k you very much! :-) and I love staying in North Norfolk, it slows you down in an eas, healthy way,

    Have a great day!
    Love
    Dina

    • Well thank you kindly, Dina. I do hope that you enjoy reading it. The idea of the book is not just ‘slow’ but what makes an area ie: Suffolk and Norfolk, distinctive – what individual character do they have to offer in this homogenised world.
      By the way, I loved your country, Norway, and would like to return and explore more one day. I think Norwegians are lucky to have been born in such a place blessed by nature and a good outlook on life.

  2. Greetings from Australia
    Keep up the great work Laurence and continue to be an inspiration to others. I lived and worked for 5 years all over the UK and had an amazing experience. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

    God bless

  3. Many thanks for dropping by, Konstantine – a Merry Christmas to you too. All the best, Laurence.

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