Who the heck is Joei Carlton Hossack?

The author, Joei Carlton HossackBorn in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on February 11, 1944. Joei attended Baron Byng High School before moving to Los Angeles, California in 1962.

Attended Los Angeles City College and returned to Montreal in 1970.

Married to Paul Gordon Hossack from April 10th, 1976 until his death on June 26th, 1992.

Started writing in 1994. Started lecturing in 1997.

Some of her published works:

  1. Restless from the Start (now out of print)
  2. Everyone’s Dream Everyone’s Nightmare
  3. Kiss This Florida, I’m Outta Here
  4. A Million Miles from Home
  5. Alaska Bound and Gagged
  6. Free Spirit, Born to Wander (replacing Restless)
  7. Chasing The Lost Dream (Newest release!)

Joei has written travel articles for West Coast Woman, The Pelican Press and the Sarasota Herald Tribune. She was a feature writer for Writer’s Guidelines and News and has contributed to several anthologies including the award-winning book “RV Traveling Tales, Women’s Journey of the Open Road”.

She has also been the subject of stories for the Hamilton Spectator, The Welland Tribune, Shoreline Weekly News, The Gypsy Journal, The Powell Times, Canadian Authors’ Association Newsletter, Highways Magazine, RV Companion, Niagara This Week, The Welland News and The Pelham News. She has been interviewed live for cable television and on radio with John Michaels in Toronto and on National Public Radio, The Connection out of Boston.

The Entertaining and Inspirational Speaker

She is an international radio and television personality specializing in world travel. She has been speaking professionally for many years and has been the keynote speaker for numerous special interest groups. Some of these include:

  • Rotary Clubs
  • Lions and Lioness Clubs
  • International Pilots Club
  • Canadian Authors’ Association
  • University Women
  • Good Sam Camping Rallies
  • Escapee Camping Rallies
  • Great North American RV Rally
  • Family Motorcoach Assoc. Rally
  • Plus banquets, singles’ organizations and book clubs

The lectures include:

  • A Summer of Archaeological Digging in England (1/2 hour)
  • Traveling Solo to Alaska (1 hour)
  • Traveling through Turkey, the Greek Islands and Cyprus (1/2 hour)
  • Traveling through Morocco (1 hour)
  • Adventures in World Travel (1 hour)
  • Publishing and Promotion (1 hour)
  • Writing/Publishing/Promotion Workshop (All day)
  • Full-Time RVing (2 hours)