Linda L. Lasswell loves the land she calls home and enjoys writing about other lands. Her articles on the Camino de Santiago
have been published by the Confraternity of St. James in London and by the Friends of the Road to Santiago (now known as the
American Pilgrims on the Camino). Lasswell earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Journalism from the University
of New Mexico. She works as a production & event coordinator for the performing arts center at UNM. She lives in Placitas,
Walking Home on the Camino de Santiago documents the author's journey on foot, from the French Pyrenees, across northern
Spain, to Santiago de Compostela following the pilgrimage route known as the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James). The ancient
road stretches 500 miles across Spain and leads to the supposed tomb of St. James, the apostle.
The book is available from the publisher Pilgrim's Process Inc. It is also availabe at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com.
It is carried by Page One Books, Bookworks, UNM Bookstore, and Collected Works in Santa Fe.