Approved by Venice Experts and Dutch Expats!

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It has been an exciting last few weeks for me here in The Netherlands. On a personal front, we had the most amazing snow storm that brought the nation to a standstill while whitening the way for snowmen and snowball fights.

On an author front, I had two pleasant surprises!

The Things We Said in Venice was listed as one of the 2017 TOP 10 PICKS by Venice expert and blogger The Venice Insider.

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This is quite an honor, as Katia knows Venice inside and out. I wish I had discovered her blog before I wrote The Things We Said in Venice, as I could have enriched the Venice scenes in my travel romance with tidbits from her blog.  Here is a screen shot of a few of the books that made her list.

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Please follow this Venice Insider link to see her full list of her 2017 Top Ten of Venice-inspired books.

The Things We Said in Venice also made it into the Winter 2017 edition of ACCESS, an expat magazine in The Netherlands with national distribution. Expat journalist Molly Quell wrote the following review:

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Print copies of ACCESS magazine are available at expat centers throughout The Netherlands and it is also available digitally. This magazine provides newsworthy information for expats on living abroad, as well as a look at culture and the arts. Here is a link to the online edition of Access magazine.

And my last bit of news is that a shipment of books arrived from the United States a few weeks ago. If you live in The Hague area, you can order a copy through The American Book Center of The Hague, or contact me directly for a signed copy.  It is also available online via Amazon in your respective country in kindle and print format.

 

2 thoughts on “Approved by Venice Experts and Dutch Expats!

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed reading “The Things We Said In Venice”! I have purchased additional copies as gifts for my friends so they too can enjoy, and will continue to recommend it to others. Keep writing Kristin!

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