An interesting new title from Haynes [disclosure: they are one of my publishers] concentrates on the increasing interest in living in vans as tiny homes. It's written by Nigel Donnelly, former editor of Practical Motorhome and Practical Caravan and owner of a VW camper, and is out in April (although you can get money off by pre-booking via the Haynes site here). Here's the blurb:
The variety of people seduced by the idea of living, or at least holidaying, in a home on wheels is wide and all-encompassing; from retired couples to digital nomads, and from surfers living on an extreme budget to start-up professionals. This book celebrates every aspect of a home on wheels, with help and advice on successful holidays, exciting sabbaticals and even a complete transformation to van life, leaving the static comfort of a roof and four walls and heading off into the unknown. Chapters include help on choosing your vehicle, where to find ad-vice on refurb and conversion, what to pack, what to leave behind, and how to achieve those day-to-day challenges on the open road – like making a cup of coffee, getting your laundry done and finding a safe place to sleep.