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"Life's more fun when you talk to strangers" has become Mikah Meyer's personal credo. After losing his father at age nineteen, it also became crucial to his survival.


With a nod to his extroverted doctrine, Meyer is taken from sheltered middle-American pastor's son to citizen of the world as an assortment of strangers guide him around the globe. The Swiss Alps, the American South, French Canada, and a 260 day, 16,400 mile road trip around North America all play their part as Meyer comes to connect not only with his deceased father, but ultimately, himself.


With a hunt for truth characteristic of the millennial generation, Meyer shows how even the most mundane experience can be made extraordinary with little more than a simple, "Hi..."



Mikah's debut memoir Life's More Fun When You Talk to Strangers is forthcoming.

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