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BREAKING NEWS: Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie…

…will be published on Friday 1st August 2014. The much anticipated follow up to ‘Crossing Europe on a Bike Called Reggie‘ will be available initially as an eBook at Amazon and in paperback from CompletelyNovel. ‘Along The Med on a Bike Called Reggie‘ will be available on other platforms (iTunes, Kobo, Waterstones…) as well as in paperback at Amazon and Waterstones (as well as in store) by the end of August. Watch this space for updates in the run up to August 1st but if you really can’t wait until then, remember that several extracts from the book are available on Cycling Europe.org to read now! The links are over there on the left of this page. Med_Cover3

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  1. Hi Andrew
    I’ve just finished “Along the Med” after reading “crossing Europe” I really enjoyed both of your adventures, following your journey with my AA Atlas of Europe. The artwork on the covers are lovely. I think I was put off your first book by old cover. I found your writing style very breezy without ever getting bogged down or boring. I even feel inspired to do my own pamphlet “Meandering the Mersey on Mitzy the Mezzo,” Well done and chapeau to you.
    Kind regards, Stephen.

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    • Hi Stephen
      Thanks for the feedback; much appreciated. I’m delighted that you enjoyed both books. It’s good to hear that the new artwork is better than the original (for the first book). It was clearly money well spent! Would you mind adding a short review and rating for the new on Amazon?
      Look out for book 3 in 2016… 🙂
      Best wishes
      Andrew

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