June is National Audiobook Month, and I’m thrilled to announce that my latest book on Italy, The Venice I Know, is now an audiobook, narrated in my own voice.
Click here to listen to a sample narrated in my own voice:
Ranking as #1 in Venice Travel Guides on Amazon’s Hot New Releases, The Venice I Know is dedicated to the resilient people of Venice, whom I have come to know and love.
“When I came to Venice for the first time, I was spellbound but naïve. I hope what I’ve since learned about this incredible city colors my appreciation for the resilient people of this extraordinary place.”
“I never realized that an actual law exists that prohibits the use of bicycles by tourists inside the city. Unless you’re a resident or a child eight years old or younger, you can be fined €100, even if you’re just pushing a bike by hand. The only place you are allowed to cycle is on the Lido.”
“Vacations don’t always go smoothly, as anyone who travels on a frequent basis knows from experience. Flexibility and luck make a difference in the outcome, and for me, I consider these situations as lessons learned for the future. The other added benefit is they make for a good story after enough time has passed.”
You’ll have to read chapter 25 or listen to the book to find out more of these unplanned experiences in Venice, and I guarantee you a few laughs in these real-life stories.
The Venice I Know is also available in paperback and Kindle versions.
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