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!
(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.