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New book about moving to, and living in Greece

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New book about moving to, and living in Greece

Post Posted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:03 pm

Hello, all.

I just popped by as I thought some members might be interested in my new book, “A Kilo of String” -- Everything you never realised you wanted to know about Greece or didn’t dare to ask.

*** OPENING OFFER: 99p AND 99c (DOLLARS AND EUROS) FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. ***

In a nutshell, it’s all about my (often bizarre) experiences of living in Greece for thirteen years, and is loosely based on my podcast series of the same name, which some of you may know already.

In this book, you’ll find the answers to such fundamental questions about Greek life as:

How do you avoid ordering a double tomato for your pine marten when booking a hotel room? Should olive harvesting be registered with the Dangerous Sports Association?

“A Kilo of String” is available as an ebook and paperback from Amazon at A Kilo of String

You can also read the opening chapters at opening chapters


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My new book 'A Kilo of String' is about my (often bizarre) experiences of living in Greece for thirteen years. viewbook.at/A_Kilo_of_String

 

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