InMotionInk.com PDF-format Travel Guides are loaded with hundreds of links to the best attractions, restaurants, lodgings, tours and treks in each area.
InMotionInk Electronic Publishing and Consulting is owned by professional internationally published travel writers; our guides are born out of our own experiences—we often go to the Internet first to research a new area, and we know how long it can take to get information—AND how different the place you're planning to visit can be when you actually see it. For all the reasons stated on our “About InMotionInk Travel Guides” page, we thought we could offer up-to-date information seen through unbiased, professional eyes for nominal expense ($3.95-$6.95).
All of our publications are fun to read, upbeat, and full of information. In our travel guides, you won’t find hatchet jobs--if we really don’t like a place, we don’t review it. We work hard to be fair and current, though sometimes we miss the mark—businesses change, area codes change, and people change. But because we work hard to stay current, we offer you a big bang for your buck.
InMotionInk is planning to expand travel coverage all across the United States, and then the world. Our current series is Discover America! featuring:
Ocean City and Maryland’s Eastern Shore (including Salisbury, St. Michaels, Cambridge, Easton, Smith Island and more)
Day trips from Philadelphia (Bucks County, Valley Forge, Longwood Gardens, New Hope, Doylestown, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and more)
Lancaster and Dutch Country (Reading, Hershey, Harrisburg and more)
These guides are currently in production:
Poconos and the Delaware Water Gap (Scranton, PA Grand Canyon)
Erie and the Alleghenies Allegheny National Forest (Presque Isle State Park and more)
Gettysburg and Central Pennsylvania Civil War country (Altoona and the railroad towns, York, State College and more)
Laurel Highlands/Day Trips from Pittsburgh (Fallingwater, Ohiopyle State Park, Johnstown, Bedford and more)
Central Maryland (Frederick, Civil War Sites and Montgomery County/Capitol Area); Western Maryland (Cumberland, Deep Creek Lake and more)
Chesapeake Bay Western Shore Beaches and Parks (Annapolis, MD, and Northern and Middle Neck VA)
Colonial Williamsburg and Hampton Roads VA (Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Virginia’s Eastern Shore)
Dover, DE and the Beaches (Rehoboth, Dewey, Lewes, Delaware state parks and more)
Wilmington, New Castle, and the Brandywine Valley (Du Pont homes, museums and parks)