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101 Ways to Beat the Pump


Are you tired of watching your hard-earned money disappear at the gas station? 101 Ways to Beat the Pump is the ultimate guide to transform your driving experience and help you keep more money in your pocket, mile after mile. Whether you embark on road trips or simply just commute to and from work, this book presents a comprehensive list of tips and strategies that can be easily integrated into your daily routine, empowering you to start saving money on fuel without compromising your travel goals.

No matter what type of vehicle you drive or how often you are on the road, the cost of fuel impacts every one of us. Start saving money every mile with 101 Ways to Beat the Pump.

Find 101 Ways to Beat the Pump at Neighborhood Reads in Washington, MO, and Red Cedar Inn Museum and Visitor Center in Pacific, MO.

Driving Across America


Long before it became a trend, Bill has been highlighting the positives in the U.S. for nearly 20 years. “Driving Across America” – and most of Bill’s collection of works – is a reminder of our shared humanity and the good in people and places in big cities and small towns alike.

Readers will enjoy hilarious and heartfelt stories that include a Mississippian’s homemade, bowling-ball-shooting cannon; some rather strange museums; a lot of giant, record-setting possessions; and the connectivity and kindness engendered by natural disasters.  If you would like attend one of Bill’s public presentations recapping some great travel ideas and hilarious stories, visit BillOnTheRoad

The Ultimate American Music Bucket List


The Ultimate American Music Bucket List takes you on a musical journey across the United States to stand in some of the most important places in music history. You’ll be guided to recording studios where legends such as Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Dolly Parton, The Rolling Stones, and Aretha Franklin recorded some of their most notable songs. You’ll also see statues and murals dedicated to your favorite artists and bands.

Step inside historic homes where artists such as Johnny Cash, Louis Armstrong, Little Richard, and W.C. Handy once lived. You’ll learn about museums and organizations across the U.S. dedicated to everything from banjos and drums, to rock and roll, jazz, and blues. You’ll also discover tombstones and memorials to pay your respects to some of America’s most beloved musicians – including the Astroturf-covered grave site of Hank Williams Sr. It’s time to crank up your favorite radio station and sing along while you road trip across the U.S. to conquer The Ultimate American Music Bucket List.

Find The Ultimate American Music Bucket List at Christopher’s Gifts in Kirkwood, Missouri; Music Go Round in Sunset Hills, Missouri; Missouri History Museum in St. Louis, Missouri; The Novel Neighbor in St. Louis, Missouri; Bluegrass Hall of Fame Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky; Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee; The Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis, Tennessee; Tina Turner Museum in Brownsville, Tennessee; and City of Kingman Visitor Center in Kingman, Arizona.