Listen to my BBC interview about the cycle and the book via Audio Boo.
Read the article that appeared in the Reading Chronicle.
Watch a 25 minute film that combines the BBC interview with pictures and videos from the cycle.
Read about my forray into the media world.
Buy Good Vibrations: Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie here! But if you still need a bit of convincing, have a read of what others thought about the book;
“I must say it’s really rather good” Darrell, Manchester
“I loved it!” Jennifer
“The author writes with warmth and wit, and does an excellent job of capturing every emotion, every landscape (good and bad) on his journey. Thoroughly recommended!” Mr J.M. Ward
“Entertaining, funny, informative , inspiring, a great read for the armchair traveller. It’s a very good book indeed” Richard Moore, star of ITV’s ” Band of Gold, ” McCallum” and “Emmerdale”
“Congratulations! It’s honestly really good” John, Yorkshire
“Half way through it, a really good read“ Tony, The New Forest
“If it is inspiration that you are looking for, then look no further!” Alf, Newbury
“Your writing is eloquent” Adrian, Portugal
“And so it is! (Eloquent writing)” Faith, Oxfordshire
Some longer reviews can be read here or on the Amazon page for ‘Good Vibrations’.
“Good Vibrations: Crossing Europe on a bike called Reggie” recounts, day by day, my cycling adventure from the UK to Brindisi in the south of Italy in what is hopefully a light-hearted (dare I say comical) style. Read some sample chapters from the book by clicking here.
The book is available via any of the following Amazon sites;
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Amazon Germany (payment in €)
The book can be downloaded for reading on Kindle devices but also to iPads, iPhones, Blackberrys, PCs, Macs, Android & Windows 7 mobiles. Free software enabling you to read on non-Kindle devices can be downloaded here.
If you do decide to read the book (many of you out there get a mention!), I hope you enjoy the read and feel free to add any feedback either on Amazon, on this website or directly to me via email (email@example.com). And of course, thank-you!
Well I go away on holiday and when I come back I find out you’re a local celebrity, published author and as a result no doubt part of the Reading Glitterati. Just listening to your interview in the background as I wake after a night shift. Nice to get a name check in it early on! Well done with that and the book.
You should keep the momentum up by getting on with plans for another cycle. Would you not rather head off on the bike next year and give yourself something to Blog/Write about than be about for the Olympics?
The idea of a ‘Reading Glitterati’ actually exisiting makes me chuckle. Others can judge whether or not I am part of it. As far as the Olympics goes, I think my enthusiasm may wain a little if I don’t get chosen as a volunteer. I have yet to hear anything on that front. Watch this space!
Jeeez. How many posts about your ebook already?
I’ve bought it and I like it (so far. four pages in). Give me chance to read it to the end bupkes!!
Sorry, it’s shameless marketing. Trying to create a buzz… A bit of momentum… Fear not, things will quieten down when I go back to school on the 5th September. Please leave a review on Amazon once you’ve finished the book, good, bad or indifferent. Hopefully not too bad I hope however. Enjoy the read!
Planning on getting it when I get back from Paris.. Good luck with the interview, I am sure it will go well!