This is a list of cool things to do in Colombia, based largely on the knowledge I gained when I was out there writing Dancing Feat. It’s a quick read, too, being only about 16,000 words (Dancing Feat is 136,000).
You can get it at the following places:
– Amazon – Kindle (.mobi)
– Kobo (.epub)
– Barnes and Noble – Nook (.epub)
– Smashwords (.pdf)
It’s also available as a remarkably cheap paperback.
Here’s the blurb. Kind of. Actually I may have altered it slightly:
Detailed guides are great. But when you’re putting together your rough itinerary, you don’t necessarily need up-to-the-minute peso prices, opening hours on public holidays and the nicknames of all the local bus drivers. Sometimes you just want a quick heads up, so you know what’s what.
This is that guide.
– Quick read – an hour or two at most and you’ll be finished and looking for another freebie.
– Humorous – the author makes the occasional attempt at wit. It’s up to you whether you laugh or roll your eyes.
– Photos – you know, those things a camera takes.
– Maps – I’m not going to explain what a map is.
– History – this is getting silly.
Get the low-down on Colombia in a single sitting – download now.
If you do read it, I’d love an honest review. Reviews provide social proof, telling potential readers that this is a book worth downloading. Which helps me, of course, and makes it more likely that I can bring out stuff like this in the future, but which also helps readers. It doesn’t have to be an essay – a few words is fine.