Kindle Publishing expert Shira Gal interviewed me earlier this week about my new book, The Gringo Guide to Panama II: More to Know Before You Go. As of yesterday, the book hit #1 in the Central America category on Amazon for Kindle! Woo hoo!
Author Note, March 2016: As I was originally interviewed in 2014 during the time period I was using the pseudonym Elizabeth Vance, you’ll note that this interview, the conversation and the notes from it are using that name.
(The timing of this interview is of course, very timely, as the e-book version of my new book is free today and tomorrow on Amazon.com.)
So many people ask me, how has your Panama lifestyle changed since you’ve become a best-selling author?
And, of course, lots of other questions about my new book. You now have all the answers – straight from the horse’s mouth – in one place!
Hear it for yourself…why do you need my new book?
Well, of course, you’ll have to listen to the interview. But here’s a recap of what Shira and I discuss.
- What prompted me to compose the follow-up Gringo Guide to Panama II?
- What topics are covered in the new book that those moving to Panama will find helpful?
- How is this new book different from my first best-seller, The Gringo Guide to Panama: What to Know Before You Go that published in late 2012?
- How has life changed since that first book published and became a best-seller?
How can you get the latest in the Gringo Guide to Panama series for your own?
- Today and tomorrow, the Amazon Kindle version is free! Just go to Amazon, and download it on your computer, iPad, iPhone, Kindle or other device, and read away.
- The paperback version – all 260 pages – can be purchased by clicking here.
I love your feedback!
Consider this your formal invitation to let me know how you like this latest book. I welcome your input!
- Post a review on Amazon.com.
- Send me a Tweet on Twitter.
- Connect with me on Google+
- Leave your comments here on my blog.
- View my photos on Pinterest.
Special Thanks to…
First, to Shira Gal of www.PublishingwithKindle.com, for the opportunity to interview with her! Thank you, Shira! It’s been such a pleasure to benefit from your expertise in getting this latest book published.
Second, to those expats I interviewed and included in this book: Jennifer Luna, Skyler Ralston, Susanna Perkins, and Jackie Smith. All with unique, compelling, not-to-be-missed stories for those considering a move to Panama or retiring in Panama.
Third, to my friends and family, who continue to be such a support of me sharing our lives globally via my books.
I wish you and yours the very best on your Panama journey, or wherever you may land.