It’s official! The Quick Gwada Guide e-book is finished! After six weeks of hard full-time work and a bucketload of joy and exhaustion … It’s finally done!! Yayyyyy. 🙂
If you are traveling to Guadeloupe with the new, cheap Norwegian flights from the US (or from elsewhere) and are interested in getting ideas for where to stay in Gwada, finding out the top 30 best things to see and do here, plus want to get answers to common traveler questions (What’s the seaweed situation like? Is it easy to find wifi? What should I bring with me? What if I don’t speak French?), this e-book is for you! It’s the first English-language guidebook about Guadeloupe written since the year 2000, so you literally cannot find more up-to-date information anywhere and in as concise of a format. (The e-book is 63 pages, but it’s easy to scroll to the sections that are most useful to you.)
Here are some things that buyers have said about this e-book so far:
“I finished your book. It is absolutely excellent. This had to be a LOT of work for you, and I congratulate you on the result!” (Writer’s note: Yes, it was more work than I ever thought!)
“It is really, really good and I think it will be super helpful for first-time visitors! It would be really nice if Norwegian would put your guide in the seatbacks on all flights to Gwada!”
“Very helpful book. I will take the time to offer some feedback after returning from Guadeloupe.”
“I just wanted to thank you for all your guidance and friendliness. It contributed to a wonderful maiden journey to Guadeloupe!”
“Mirva, thanks so much for the guide. You are like the Rick Steves of Guadeloupe. If you publish your guide on Amazon or anywhere else, I’d be glad to give you a positive review.“
“Thank you so much! We got a lot of use out of your book.”
So yes, sounds like my guidebook has pretty much nailed it! And indeed, Amazon is the step I need to tackle next so that I can reach a bigger audience with this book. Another good contact could be the Guadeloupe tourist board and their new website. So much to do!
In the meantime, if you are interested in the Quick Gwada Guide, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to order a PDF copy. Based on reader reviews, it prints without any issues and can easily be read at least on the Amazon Kindle Fire.
The price of this e-book is $15 (thus a mere 23 cents per page!) and you will definitely save that money several times over if you invest in this guide. After all, I’m a budget traveler myself so I’ve included tons of tips for saving money while in Gwada, as well as a list of the top things to do here, many of them free or low-cost.
Payment is easiest done via Venmo or Paypal, using the email address of email@example.com, but we can discuss other ways to pay if you aren’t familiar with those. Please leave your email address as a comment when you make the payment, so that I’ll know who to send the e-book to!
SEE YOU IN GUADELOUPE!
Looking forward to the ebook! firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, will send it soon! Enjoy Gwada!
I would love to buy your book and also ask some questions. I sent you an email but have not heard back.
Just responded! Sorry for the delay.
I am traveling to Gwada January 13, a mere 10 days from today. I would like to buy your ebook. Please tell me how I can do it.
Hi Lisa! Thanks for getting in touch! And cool that you will be in Gwada soon. 🙂
If you are interested in buying my e-book, you can send me the $15 via Paypal or Venmo using the email address email@example.com and I will send you the PFD via email.
Hi I have just paid for your guide and look forward to receiving it.
Thanks Barry! I just sent you to the ebook to the address that you have on file with Paypal. (If others are interested in purchasing the guide, here’s the new direct download link: http://guadeloupeguide.com/guadeloupe-guidebook)