Quotes from Bill Bryson

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Bill Bryson, born William McGuire Bryson on December 8, 1951. He is an American-British non-fiction writer. He mostly known for his amazing books about travel. His popular books includes “A Short History of Nearly Everything”, “A Walk in the Woods”, and “In the Sunburned Country” to name few. Before we jump on a list of quotes from Bill Bryson, let’s get to know him a little more.

Bryson spent most his adult life in the UK although he was born in Iowa, USA. He returned to the US in 1975 to finish his degree and went back to the UK in 1977. Bryson didn’t move back to his born country until 1995 until 2003. He received his dual citizenship through his wife.

His book varies from stories he experienced himself through living in different places, while most of them are fiction – great part revolves about travel, migration, and culture.

Today, Bryson is still writing and also active in environmental campaigns. He still reside in the UK and has four children.

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“To my mind, the greatest reward and luxury of travel is to be able to experience everyday things as if for the first time, to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for granted.”

— Bill Bryson
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