Until 17 May, on special promo at Amazon is the second edition of Crete- A Notebook on sale at a knockdown price (.99p in the UK) for Kindle in both the United Kingdom and United States. Having reached the No 1 slot of books about Greece sold on Amazon on both sides of the Atlantic each year since it was published, if you haven’t read this ‘entertaining travelling companion’ why not give it a go.
Quick working sketch to get some ideas down for a map I might include in my new book about Eastern Crete, which has just gone off to be edited. Hope it will be out by June.
I have just sent the manuscript for Eastern Crete off to the editors, always a nervous time. To celebrate, Hidden Crete – A Notebook is on offer for a limited time at .99p (or equivalent) for Kindle readers from Amazon. Shares, reviews, page likes all most welcome. I really hope you enjoy.
‘Thanks Richard for adding your great eye to your gifted pen in service to sharing the essence of Greece with the world.’
Despite my car being buried under a snowdrift, in some circles it has been declared spring! To celebrate, my travelogue Crete – A Notebook is on special offer on Amazon at .99p in the UK or $1.38 in the USA for Kindle readers from today until next Thursday (7th March). If you have read the book and enjoyed it a share with friends who might like it would also be much appreciated.
Thrilled to have been interviewed by the talented Netherland’s-based, American writer Jennifer S. Alderson on he website.
On offer at .99p from today (17 Nov) for a week Crete – A Notebook for Kindle.
From today for 1 week Hidden Crete – A Notebook is on sale from Amazon Kindle stores for .99p ($1.30 in USA). If you download it, I hope it brings a little sunshine into your cold Autumn days.
Currently the No1 bestselling book about Rhodes in both the UK and US, Rhodes – A Notebook is on offer all weekend for .99p ($1.31 in the USA). I hope anyone who gets the book enjoys it.
From now and all weekend the Kindle version of Rhodes – A Notebook is on sale for the special offer price of .99p (or similar from other outlets worldwide) for Kindle. If you decide to get a copy I hope you very much enjoy it.
What is it about doors, gateways and other portals, particularly Greek doors, that fascinates? Am I alone?