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Jeffrey L. Baxter’s ‘More Than One Way Home’ to be exhibited at the 2024 Seoul International Book Fair


The self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet will be featured Jeffrey L. Baxter’s ‘More than one way home’ at the Seoul International Book Fair 2024which will take place at COEX Halls C&D1, COEX Korea Exhibition Center Seoul, South Korea, on June 26-30, 2024.

The Seoul International Book Fair is a major book event that brings together authors, readers, publishers, scholars, artists, antique dealers and content creators to celebrate written literature. This year the book fair expects more than 500 exhibitors and no fewer than 50,000 visitors from different countries. The book event aims to promote exchange by bringing the world to Seoul and introducing Korean books and culture to the world.

‘More than one way home’ is a memoir that follows the life of a person trying to overcome the weight and grip of chronic depression, which also resulted in obesity. The author describes the way he dealt with two major deaths in his life. He shares his journey in the hope that his readers will see that life is indeed a journey. He also wanted readers to know that hope is just around the corner, when it is least expected.

‘More than one way home’ will be displayed at the ReadersMagnet Exhibition at the Seoul International Book Fair 2024. This year marks the first year that ReadersMagnet will be present at Korea’s largest book fair. Visit the exhibition to view the book’s exhibition.

Get a copy of ‘More than one way home’ by Jeffrey L. Baxter, available in paperback, hardcover, and eBook on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Author biography:

Jeffrey L. Baxter is the eldest of five children, born when his mother had tuberculosis. His father had to drop out of architecture school to pay the bills, and his mother was unable to have contact with him because of tuberculosis. So Baxter was raised for the first four years of his life by his grandmother Younkin, a retired teacher. When he was growing up, she suggested poetry and other literature to him to read to find the answers to the questions he asked her. Then they sat in her rocking chairs and came up with the answers together.

Baxter has been teaching for over thirty years. He is a member of the National Writing Project and very active in his local chapter, the Greater Kansas City Writing Project. He has taught hundreds of workshops throughout the Midwest and nationally.

After overcoming chronic depression and losing more than one hundred and fifty pounds in the 1990s, he rediscovered his teaching career and his life. He is the 2014 Kansas Teacher of the Year. He is also the 2015 Kansas Global Education Fellow and works with educators around the world. In 2015 he traveled to Peru to work with Peruvian children and educators.

Baxter believes that character is more important than test scores and that teaching literature should be a meaningful conversation between teacher and students, like Baxter’s conversations with his grandmother.

‘More than one way home’
Author: Jeffrey L. Baxter
Genre: Memoirs
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co.
Publication date: February 5, 2018

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