Marsha Moore’s travel writing career began at age 9. Her debut masterpiece, Disasters in Florida, was a non-fiction account of her family’s trip to Florida, fraught with airplane delays and broken car locks. Despite rave reviews from friends and family, remarkably the work was never published.
Undeterred, Marsha trained as a journalist and worked for several years for newspapers and magazines and in public relations. Her desire to travel propelled her from her native Canada to Poland and then on to London, England, where she has lived and worked for the past five years. She is the author of London travel guide 24 Hours London (Ed. which you can buy via Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, or with free postage to anywhere in the world from Prospera Publishing‘s online store – read the reviews here and here!) and is currently working on the next in the series, 24 Hours Paris. You can keep up to date with her progress on her blog or via Twitter.
Marsha’s Articles on Urban Travel Blog