In support of Read an eBook Week, author Steven Lewis has made available a free copy of Sydney Opera House & Botanic Gardens – A Self-Guided Walk. Mr. Lewis just asks if you like the free copy, to please go to the Amazon Kindle website and leave a positive review; that sounds like a heck of a deal to me.
If you would like to leave Mr. Lewis a favorable review, you can see the Amazon Kindle version if you click here.
Once you download it to your computer, you will need to transfer it to your Kindle, and you can click here to read my free guide on how to transfer content to your computer. This is the same guide I charge 99 cents for in the Amazon Kindle store, but you get it for free.
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
Take a walk from Sydney’s Circular Quay — the spot where European Australia had its beginnings. The walk takes in the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and winds its way along Sydney Harbour into the Royal Botanic Gardens. It finishes at Mrs Macqarie’s Chair, with views of Fort Denison, Garden Island and down harbour.
As you enjoy spectacular views and iconic landmarks, you’ll enjoy a breezy commentary on 200 years of Australian history. This is, after all, where it all began for European Australia.
Praise for the audio version of this walk:
“It’s a beautiful walk with amazing views. The commentary had lots of history and fun anectodes. I didn’t want it to end. Highly recommended.” – Rob Hudson
The walk takes about 45 minutes (longer if you’re planning on returning to where you started) and is graded easy. There are no steps and it requires no more fitness than it takes to walk on the flat for 45 minutes in the conditions on the day.
About the Author
A journalist and writer for nearly 20 years, Steven has written for the Financial Times, Esquire, GQ, and the International Herald Tribune, among others. A long-time resident of Hong Kong, he had a popular and long-running consumer technology column in the South China Morning Post and was the technology editor of Asian Business.
He first published online in 1994 and today his titles are available in Amazon’s Kindle store, Apple’s iBookstore, and as audiobooks through Audible.
Steven is also a professional podcaster, ghostwriter and helps other writers publish their ebooks. He is married and lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife and son.
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