Pete Buckley – Update on two travel books

Here are my old travel books, 31 Days in a Campervan and A Long Walk in the Alps featured on Reading Recommendations. Thanks to Susan Toy for inviting me back! I intend to re-issue 31 Days in a Campervan in most e-book formats at some stage soon via Kindle and Smashwords as it is only around in paperback. A Long walk in the Alps is already available in most formats.

Pete Buckley Jan 2015

Reading Recommendations

Pete Buckley was featured on Reading Recommendations in Dec. 2014 promoting a new novel. He’s back now to tell us about a couple of travel books he had previously written and published.

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A Long Walk in the Alps was published in 2009 and is available in E-book and paperback

A Long Walk in the Alps recounts a hike through the mountains of Switzerland from Grindelwald in the Bernese Oberland to Zermatt in the Valais. In this real-life adventure, the author sets out along the path known as the Eiger Trail with the aim of reaching the mountain town of Zermatt beneath the far off Matterhorn but the journey is almost over in its early days…

Buy Links:
Amazon US – eBook and paperback
Amazon UK – eBook and paperback
Smashwords – eBook
Trafford Publishing – paperback

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31 Days in a Campervan: Trolling Around New Zealand was my first book published…

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About Pete Buckley

I'm Pete Buckley the UK based indie author of "The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk" a high speed adventure thriller in which the reader is introduced to Russian Agent Colonel Yuri Medev and Jim Bergman of the FBI who must overcome political differences and work together to defeat a dangerous enemy - perhaps some of our politicians should read it to find out how. I have just finished the next Yuri Medev adventure entitled "The Kirov Conspiracy" due for release soon, while previously I wrote a couple of travel stories about various wonderful places such as New Zealand and the Swiss Alps. Aside from writing, travel has always been a big inspiration with hiking, biking and the outdoors taking up much of my time when I'm not looking after the kids. Thanks for visiting.
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2 Responses to Pete Buckley – Update on two travel books

  1. Congrats on the feature post, Pete! I will be over to read it in full at the other site 🙂

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  2. Pete Buckley says:

    Thanks for the comment Christy – seems ages ago that I wrote them now.

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