“Italy Explained: Italian Trains” Ebook Now Available

Last Thursday afternoon, I finally did something I’ve been working toward for about two years.

I hit “publish” on my first ebook.

Italy Explained: Italian Trains

It’s called Italy Explained: Italian Trains, and it’s all my wisdom and advice about train travel in Italy collected in one handy guide. It’s a Kindle ebook, which means it’s available on basically any mobile device via the Kindle app, or even online. I’m really excited to finally have it out in the world, after so long spent writing, editing, rewriting, and fussing over coding details in the Kindle publishing system.

I’m adding a link to the book in the Italy Explained store, of course, so you’ll always be able to find it. I’m also going to be offering a discount to my newsletter subscribers once the book has been in the Kindle store for the required period, so if you’re not already signed up to get the newsletter that might be a good reason to do so!

I have to say, even though it was a long haul to get to this point, when I looked at my newly-minted Amazon Author Page, I couldn’t help but notice all the blank space to the right of the Italy Explained: Italian Trains book… I guess I have some more work to do!

Jessica Spiegel Amazon Author Page

What topic would you like me to tackle next?

The book cover photo is a creative commons image by John Picken Photography.

2 responses to ““Italy Explained: Italian Trains” Ebook Now Available”

  1. Dennis says:

    Hey Jessica,
    How can I get tickets to the last supper on Oct 16 in the afternoon? : )

    • Jessica says:

      You can try the official website to see if they’re already booked on that day (it looks like they’re booked almost solid for a few months). If they are, or if you want to just combine a visit to The Last Supper with another attraction in Milan, you can book a combination tour like one of these.

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