Lace Up Your Boots, Come With Me

 

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”

                                                                                  ~Lao Tzu

It’s time to lace up your boots once again and come along with me on four more European trekking adventures.

Three years ago, I stepped into my office and typed my first word.  Thus began the journey that would lead to my second book. 

I would be grateful if you share this announcement; indie authors like me don’t have the advertising support from publishing companies. 

I appreciate your interest in my work. I hope you enjoy Trippin’ Through My 60s.

(If you search for the book, beware of autocorrect, as in Trippin’, or 60s.)

Check out this one-minute trailer that my wife (and book illustrator) Sue created.

Take your first step with a click on the cover. (This is a U.S. link.)

5 thoughts on “Lace Up Your Boots, Come With Me

  1. Hi Reg, I finally ordered your book but haven’t had the time yet to start the reading. I am sure I will enjoy in the meantime I am still working on getting my book ready to be publish ( on Amazon) with this title : On Foot in France , An unforgettable Adventure on the Camino de Santiago. I will certainly announce it on my blog… Have a great Week-end. Oh I forgot : is your book self-published ? What program did you use ? We are using Kindle Create.

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    1. Thanks for your note and for getting my book. Both my books are self-published; I created them on Word and used the Kindle software for formatting.
      I look forward to your book’s publication…exciting! I will watch for your announcement.
      My best regards,
      Reg

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