I have been neglectful of this blog lately – even more neglectful than normal, which is saying something. There’s a reason for it, though.
I’ve been pouring any spare time I have into Italy Explained, which I launched officially last year and am trying to build into the robust travel planning resource I know it can be. And more recently, I’ve been spending more time than I care to admit fiddling with the coding in the Kindle publishing system, getting my first ebook ready for primetime.
Which is now.
“Italy Explained: Italian Trains” hit Amazon’s virtual shelves this week – FINALLY – and I couldn’t be happier.
The bad news is that I looked at the vast expanse of white space on my new Amazon author page and thought, “Oh, crap. Now I have to write more books.”
So if you don’t see me here, you’re likely to find me over at Italy Explained, or hunched over my laptop yelling at the Kindle Previewer when it hasn’t picked up the text-indent HTML I added mere seconds ago.
At any rate, I hope you’ll pass the book and Italy Explained site on to anyone you know who’s planning an Italy trip!
The book cover photo is a creative commons image by John Picken Photography.