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November 29, 2010

Holiday sale on Vagabonding and Marco Polo Didn’t Go There

It’s once again winter holiday season, which means it’s time for me to tout my books as stocking stuffers for the travel lovers on your Christmas list. And, since I’m stateside this month, I’m able to mail out signed copies at a reduced price. Vagabonding and Marco Polo Didn’t Go There are $15 each — and if you live in the U.S. I’ll mail them for free (if you live overseas, postage will run about $2-$5 extra). For orders of more than one book, additional copies of my books are $10 this month only. Just let me know how you’d like me to inscribe them when I sign them. Payment can be done by PayPal or personal check — please send an email to books [at] rolfpotts [dot] com for details.

As for the books — Marco Polo Didn’t Go There is not just an entertaining and engrossing read for the armchair traveler; its “commentary track” makes it an offbeat travel-writing textbook for students and fans of the genre.

Vagabonding makes a great holiday gift for:

Again, send an email to books [at] rolfpotts [dot] com for details.

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  1. » 2010 books, gear, and gifts (from my own collection) :: Vagablogging :: Rolf Potts Vagabonding Blog Says:

    [...] couple of weeks ago I offered signed copies of my two books as a holiday gift option; today I want to share a few other gift ideas. Each year publishers and [...]

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