Join Neil Laughton, former Royal Marines Commando, helicopter pilot and Special Forces officer, adventurer, entrepreneur and businessman from Henfield, as he signs copies of his acclaimed book, Adventureholic.
Neil will also be giving a talk about his adventures and his writing in January, more details to follow.
From hosting a record breaking dinner party on Mount Everest and playing golf at the Geographic North Pole, to piloting the world’s first road-legal flying car across the Sahara Desert, Adventureholic is an inspiration to all by the man who’s done it all.
Readers are invited to join Neil Laughton on a roller-coaster ride across the globe, gaining the necessary insight, confidence and inspiration to add a little more adventure into their own lives.
Adventureholic is filled with anecdotes in which Neil reminisces about the successes and failures he’s faced as an explorer, and at the end of each Chapter, he reveals the key lessons he’s learned along the way. With adventuring top tips and cautionary tales, Adventureholic is a textbook on how to be adventurous – it just requires the reader to take the first step.
Neil’s next adventure takes him on a 400-mile charity cycle from Odessa to Chernobyl on his infamous Penny Farthing. Travelling from September 11–24, Neil will be stopping off in Kyiv along the way to host a book launch and celebrate the publication of Adventureholic. This particular expedition aims to raise money for Siobhan’s Trust – Ukraine, who provide food and practical support to the huge number of displaced Ukrainians around the world.
Neil is currently focusing on building floating houses, running the Penny Farthing Club and mentoring business owners/CEOs. His lifelong passion for adventure has led him to organise and lead more than fifty expeditions on seven continents by land, sea and air, the most exciting of which are featured in this book.