Turkey: Bright Sun, Strong Tea, my humorous travel memoir, tells how I got involved with Turkey in the first place (as a US Peace Corps Volunteer in the 1960s), how I became a travel writer, and what it’s like to be one (best job in the world?)
It’s now available as an ebook for your Apple iPhone, iPador iPod Touch on the iTunes Bookstore. More…
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To download the Kindle edition, click here. If you have the free Kindle app on your Android phone or tablet (Nexus, etc.), you can read the Kindle ebook on your device.
I wrote the book to be both an entertaining story (a true one, no less) as well as a thoughtful introduction to Turkey, the Turks, and how to travel there.
I designed the book so that its chapters are divided into short sub-chapter sections just right for a quick read, if that’s what you want, or you can continue and have a longer full-chapter or get-deep-into-the-book session. The design makes it good for reading in episodes on a plane, train, bus or boat, or while relaxing at the end of a day of sightseeing.
Dare I suggest it? A paper copy makes a good gift for anyone planning a trip to Turkey.
I’m happy to say that reviews and comments from readers have been quite positive. (Authors like that!)
It’s not available in your local bookshop. Here’s why.
You will find it in bookshops in Turkey: the book is published in Istanbul (in English) by Homer Books (Homer Kitabevi), Turkey’s largest publisher of English-language books. It’s on sale at the Homer Kitabevi bookshop near Galatasaray Square, and at other good English-language bookshops in Istanbul, and other bookshops throughout Turkey. But you may want it to read on your flight to Turkey.
Here are reviews by Hugh Pope (author and Wall Street Journal correspondant in Turkey), Alan Adasiak (Turkish Daily News), James Dunford-Wood (TravelIntelligence.net),Joan Peterson, author of Eat Smart in Turkey, and Dr Jessie Voigts of Wandering Educators.
Looking back, I’m astounded at how big a part blondes, champagne and tea have in the tale….
—by Tom Brosnahan
|Excerpts of Turkey: Bright Sun, Strong Tea|