Rebecca Anne Nguyen
Author. Speaker. Storyteller.
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Rebecca Anne Nguyen is an author, travel writer and digital content strategist. She is the co-author of Where War Ends: A Combat Veteran's 2700-Mile Journey to Heal — Recovering From PTSD and Moral Injury Through Meditation, written with her brother, veteran activist Tom Voss.
WHERE WAR ENDS is a memoir of Tom's 2700-mile journey across America to heal the wounds of war after coming home from combat. It was published by New World Library in October, 2019.
As the creator of TheHappyPassport.com, Rebecca was featured in USA Today and U.S. News & World Report. The Happy Passport blog is a 7-time Liebster Award recipient, a Premio Dardos Award nominee, and was voted a Top 10 Inspiring Female Travel Blog by Travel Hacks. Her ebook, 175 Ways to Travel Today (as Rebekah Voss), is a practical budget travel guide for aspiring solo female travelers.
Rebecca's writing has also been published in the Military Times, Mamamia Magazine, L’Ecran Fantastique and TruVoz Magazine. Her book, Where War Ends, has been featured in the New York Times and on MSNBC, Fox News, KTLA5 Los Angeles, The Morning Blend, and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Her Medium article, “An Open Letter From Your Shittiest Friend,” was selected as Editor’s Pick 2016 by Medium staff.
From 2013-14, Rebecca ghostwrote a series of travel guides while traveling throughout Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Nepal. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her sons, Patrick and Aden Minh, and is working on her second book, a time travel fantasy romance novel.