If you’re curious about becoming a travel writer or are one already and want to earn more from it, you can now cram your Kindle with knowledge for less than 10 bucks. That’s because my most recent book, Travel Writing 2.0, is now available at the Kindle bookstore. Click on that photo to go straight there.
I looked through it on a plane ride the other day and it ported over pretty well. That format doesn’t handle text boxes, so those had to be rearranged, but there was only one graph in the book and no photos, so it’s an ideal e-book. And unlike with the boneheaded pricing from some publishers, the digital version is significantly cheaper than the printed one. (Side note—it has fewer typos too. I was able to correct ones I and some readers found in the print version.)
It’s not up on the Apple store yet for the iPad, but it will be soon. And one of these days I’ll get around to getting it on the Nook store since their new color reader is getting good reviews.
Meanwhile, you can get a good ole PDF at this link for about the same price as the Kindle version and there are no rights restrictions there. Read it on your computer, transfer it to your smart phone, or port it to your iPad. Whatever floats your boat.
Personally, I still like holding a real book in bed or on the sofa the best. You can get that too from the same link or at the online booksellers. Here are all the options, including Canada and Europe: buy Travel Writing 2.0.