I can’t believe I missed my own book launch due to poor internet. Such are the tribulations of being a perpetual nomad!
However, Rafting The Zambezi – The River Of The Gods is NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON in the newly released Itchy Feet: Tales of Travel and Adventure.
I WAS LAUGHING OUT LOUD BY PAGE THREE! I know self-praise is no recommendation, but this was thanks to Adrian Sturrock, who contributed the first chapter. His book The Sat Nav Diaries features in my top five funniest travel memoirs.
The reviews for Itchy Feet back me up, however, and a couple of days in, the book has already achieved bestseller status in some categories on Amazon, although I’m not sure how such a collection of Bright Young Things made Senior Travel. Perhaps it was Grandma Gropp… (see below…)
I was expecting to like Itchy Feet, since it showcases several of my very favourite footloose authors, and it does not disappoint. I was fortunate to receive an Advanced Review Copy, but The Real Deal is available now, so why not bag yourself a copy? It’s available in paperback, hardback, large print and ebook.
Within its pages, you will find incredible stories, such as the 19th century adventures of the inimitable Grandma Gropp, Sally Jane Smith’s extraordinary great-great-grandmother. You can join the incredible Jean-Philipe Soulé on his mesmerising long-distance kayak trip through Central America, or go boating with barge beagles and other human and canine crews.
For a taste of Rafting The Zambezi, see page 14 of the free photo album.
To buy Itchy Feet, click on this Amazon Universal Link to go to your local Amazon store.
And if you enjoy it, please don’t forget to tell your friends and leave a review!