Amazon has an updated version of the book Italian Trains Book

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Two quick pieces of news.

First, I published an updated version my book ITALYEXPLAINED : ITALIAN TRAINS to Amazon. Trenitalia recently introduced new ticket validation machines. I have updated the information and a picture to help you find what you are looking for.

We are so happy for ebook publishing and easy updates!

If you purchased the book before I sent Amazon an update, the old information is not applicable to you. Amazon informed me that they have notified all customers who own the book to allow them to download the latest version.

We have notified customers about a content update on their Kindle library and they will be able to download it through the “Manage Your Content and Devices” page (www.amazon.com/gp/digital/fiona/manage).

If you have the book already, go to “Manage Your Content & Devices” in your Amazon account. You will find the latest version. If you don’t have the book, you can purchase it now to get the most recent version.

Thank you for all your support!

PS: If you have reviewed the book but don’t own it, would be grateful. Without reviews, Indie authors like myself can’t survive. They help others find our books and avoid the need for big publishing houses or advertising campaigns. Thank you so much!

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2 Responses to “Updated Version Italian Trains Book Now at Amazon”

  • Jessica,

    Your e-book Italian Trains was excellent. It will make our next trip to Italy so much easier.

    But I have one question: How do I find the carriage number if I approach a train with all its cars having a number 2 on their sides?

    Thanks,

    Dennis

    • Jess has the following:

      Dennis, thank you so much for purchasing the book. It’s been very helpful. Class numbers 1 and 2 are fixed, but car numbers can be changed, so they are usually printed on a piece or paper and placed in the window at the door that you would enter from the platform. You can always ask an attendant in uniform if you have any questions. They are usually available when trains pull in or are about to pull away. Enjoy your trip!