Look for this author's most recent book on Kobo (and soon to be found on smashwords.com and amazon.com -- The Last Drop of Living: Finding Your Oasis. Following up on his very successful book, The Last Drop of Living: A Minimalist's Guide to Living The High Life on A Low Budget, this new book examines how each of us can find those escapes from the everyday routine. He offers new perspectives on handling stress, on understanding and establishing priorities in life and provides a roadmap to uncovering how we can reach our oases more easily.
Having spent much of his life focused on simple living and living responsibly, Bob Lee has designed, built and lived in a yurt in rural Manitoba Canada. As a rural business consultant, he has guided development of solar & wind businesses, biodiesel facilities, biogas research systems and geothermal design. His numerous appearances on Canadian radio (CBC, Corus Entertainment) have been extremely popular, as have his blogs (http://leanandgreenliving.blogspot.com, http://eatingwild.blogspot.com, and http://movingtoayurt.blogspot.com.) He produces a regular Internet radio broadcast focused on Innovative Ways To Live.
Few writers can match the engaging writing style of Robert Lee. His minimalist method of enticing mental images from a single phrase, or urging complex emotion from a few sentences drives action throughout his works. Yet, Bob Lee can draw us meticulously and inexorably through the most detailed or complex scenarios, while captivating us with each word.
Whether you are absorbed in the convoluted mental struggles of Lawrence Mason (Inferno Inside), the unworldly twists and turns of the Sentinels (Council of the Pure),the ethereal adventures of the nymphs and sprites (Gypsy Lee’s Fairy Tales, Fables & Yarns), or the heart and tragedy of true life anecdotes about murders and rapists(Wild
Animals People I Have Known), you will bond intimately with each of Lee’s characters.
Fiction or non-fiction, Robert Lee presents brings you immense and unique reading experiences that will compel you to call for more of his works.