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COVER YOUR TRACKS WITHOUT CHANGING YOUR IDENTITY How to Disappear Until You WANT to Be Found
by B. Wilson
Is your life on a downward spiral? Well, don’t go postal, get intoxicated or send your money to a TV evangelist. Many people face unpleasant or dangerous circumstances from which escape is the only attractive option. But if identity change seems like too drastic a measure for you, a sabbatical from your current life might be just the ticket. Maybe all you need is a serious “time-out” – a chance to regroup, refocus, calmly evaluate your situation and weigh your options. Why not simply take a powder, cover your tracks to thwart any would-be pursuers and then return to your old life once the dust has settled? The author did, and in this book he shares the ins and outs of this option with you, including where to go, how to get there, what to take (and what to do with the stuff you don’t take), where to stay when you get there, how to handle financial concerns and support yourself while in hiding, how to live comfortably and securely in your chosen refuge and how to return home when – and if – you decide to. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, softcover, photos, 90 pp.
B. Wilson grew up near Atlanta, Georgia and has spent most of his adult life avoiding things that would limit his freedom, such as credit, relationships and responsibilities. He has, however, nurtured a passion for writing, and this book is one of the results. He describes himself as “a happy bohemian, slightly insane but completely harmless.”