We had a lively discussion in Portland, Oregon recently at a meeting of the Society of American Travel Writers on travel journalist survivability and profitability.
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South of San Francisco there are many special beaches to enjoy while driving on Highway 1. Consider Montara, Fitzgerald, Ano Nuevo, Waddell, Capitola, and Carmel River Beach.
Publishing & Consulting
I am releasing here the content in this new travel ebook/app in ten alphabetical “clusters.” Each cluster will have 12 sections of the total 120 in the ebook/app. This is alphabetical release 7 of 10.
My Chinese publisher has just come out with the ebook translation of my travel/literary book Travels in an American Imagination: The Spiritual Geography of Our Time. This is my second book in Chinese.
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Lee Foster has been active recently in commentary on the growing self-publishing movement. A YouTube video and Powerpoint of what Lee has said on this subject is readily available to anyone focused on the issue. Authors interested in selling books/content may find this presentation helpful.
All year, Chinatown San Francisco presents an intriguing and exotic walk for any visitor to the city. A February visitor will be especially fortunate. The February celebration of the Chinese New Year includes cheerful urban cacophony of unparalleled dimension.
I’ll be talking tomorrow at BAIPA about “Monetizing Your Book Content.” Drop by to learn more. http://bit.ly/2a6XrKM
The simple joy of a Cable Car ride in San Francisco is something every visitor should consider.
The California gray whale, art, and the ecological consciousness of the state can be enjoyed along the preserved Northern California Mendocino coast.
Alice Waters remains a presiding spirit over Berkeley’s celebrated Gourmet Ghetto, where I happen to live. But there are newcomers also who enliven the scene.