Monthly Archives: November 2004


Weekly Life/Travel Writing Stats

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Contact leads for your UK Stories

UKInbound, formerly called The British Incoming Tour Operators Association (BITOA), represents more than 250 British tourism suppliers with 5,000 outlets across the U.K. They’ve got statistics reports and a member search function that gives you some names, should you need contact leads. Here is a link to their Tourism Board/Destinations […]


Lucky #13

We're moving up the charts. Last week we were #14. This week, we’re #13 on the Southern California Booksellers Association bestseller list.(Nov. 7, 2004) Go Panties!


This is a guest post by Michael Shapiro. Grey skies and an election hangover didn’t dampen the mood at Seattle’s Elliott Bay Books on Thursday night as Euro-travel expert Rick Steves joined me (Michael Shapiro) to promote “A Sense of Place.” Steves, author of the Europe Through the Back Door […]


Gadling.com

Check it. Gadling.com: an online magazine — about “engaged” travel Are you engaged? I am. Save the congrats, it’s not as often as I would like. Thanks for passing this over, John! Gotta love BoingBoing.com


Contributors Push Our Panties!

Enormous thanks to Canadian contributors Michele Petersen and Colleen Friesen for their efforts in spreading the good Panties word at their Travel Media Showcase in Tucson. Check out their display. One woman approached them and introduced herself as the Brazilian wax job woman. Well ladies, that’s our very funny Cynthia […]


Blogging for Books every month

This is a pretty cool concept. Getting bloggers to write a piece based on a theme, posting it all the same week, and then the panelist choosing winners to get a free book. I was all set to do this yesterday till I started to feel a bit unwell. Today […]