ABOUT The Author
Doug Ten Rose has hitchhiked around America for 40 years, encountering Tibetan Lamas, Native American wise people, senators, governors, junkies, winos, hookers, rock stars, an all-lesbian rock band playing a concert for the deaf, the modern...
About The Author
Doug Ten Rose has hitchhiked around America for 40 years, encountering:
Native American wise people
An all-lesbian rock band playing a concert for the deaf
The modern day Robin Hood
And a whole lot more...
These and many other amazing characters are described in Fearless Puppy on American Road.
"Ten" was also rescued and adopted by a temple full of Monks and Nuns in Southeast Asia. He stayed there for a half-year, although not studying Buddhism (certainly not in any conventional sense!).
Read more about that in his second offering: Reincarnation Through Common Sense.
What else is there to say?
Well, a lot.
Here's a snippet so you can dip your toes in the water - it's from the foreword of Fearless Puppy:
"Why would a 15 year old boy with a New York City native’s knowledge of transportation systems shun both public and private transport and opt to spend the next 35 years hitchhiking throughout North America?
Why would anyone bypass the relative ease and safety of bus, train, or a car of his own and open himself to all manner of possible disaster by braving the whims of fate and the moods of passersby? I’ll tell you why.
I have attended 8 different colleges and universities.
I’ve learned more in other people’s cars."
INTERVIEWS & PODCASTS
Ten's Podcast Interviews
Doug "Ten" Rose In The Press:
You’ll find many warm, smart, and colorful characters in Fearless Puppy on American Road and Reincarnation Through Common Sense.
(The author is one of them!)
Here are some news articles and commendations that will give you a look into some of the work that Ten has been doing over the years.
"Reincarnation Through Common Sense by Doug 'Ten' Rose." Go to Mina De Caro's blog at Mina's Bookshelf, for a five-star review of Ten's most recent book. Posted December 17, 2013.
Search fearless puppy at GroundReport.com to read some of Ten's articles and excerpts. The newest one: "Honoring the Dalai Lama's Recent 78th Birthday." Posted July 8, 2013.
"Spirituality, just like love, is the human base station." The Only Love Project’s Bill Murphy conducted this interview with Ten via Skype on April 24, 2013.
Brummet's Conscious Blog: World of Writing Interview, on writers making a difference. Dave and Lillian Brummet offer tips, interviews and resources to inspire hope in individuals, helping them realize the value of their efforts, and encouraging them to become more positive and proactive in life. Read their interview with Ten. Posted April 24, 2013.
"Fearless Puppy on American Road." Article by Scott Cronenweth. Inner Tapestry: A Holistic Journal Celebrating & Supporting Life. June/July 2009. pp. 16-17.
"Lessons from a Life on the Road." Robert F. Smith, editor. The Message: Arts & Entertainment. April 9-15, 2008
"Life on the Road." Caitlin Baucom. The Commons. Windham County's independent source of news and views. April 2008. Brattleboro author self-publishes memoir of 35 years of hitchhiking.
"Dogged Pursuits." Ken Picard. Seven Days. Vermont's Independent Voice. February 27, 2008. A homeless Vermonter pens an autobiography to fund a Buddhist temple in Asia.