Published on 22 Nov 2019 11:24AM
After the first book, of which I was no more than a contributor, Your First Year In Code, I decided that was fine and actually great fun to write and publish books so I wrote another one :)
This one much more personal, about my passion for traveling and in particular to travel alone, something that I have been doing for more than 20 years, nearly each year: How To Travel Solo.
What are you going to find in the book then? Well, lots of tricks, advices, personal experiences and pitfalls to avoid about traveling on your own. A great part of the book deal on how to be safe and how to convince yourself that you can try traveling solo, if you haven't yet. The rest is about how to budget, how to spend time and avoid wasting it and how to best enjoy your trip. It is a very practical book as I hate books that speak in general and never go very deep into a topic. I would have hated reading it and I wrote mine to be as practical as possible, trying to discuss the actual situations you may face when traveling solo instead of being generic or dismissing your fears or doubts. It is not a book for a specific class of travelers but for anybody, regardless of your age, sex, budget and inclinations. Talk about inclusivity.
If you are interested, the book is so far available on Amazon only, in paperback and Kindle editions.
I am thinking about writing a second edition somewhere next year so I welcome your comments and suggestions, whether you have read the book or not, for improving it. Thanks in advance!