Letters from Cuba, Panama,
and from Steamships on Atlantic and Pacific Coasts
In 1914, Will’s canal work ended with the 28-day steamship voyage from Panama to San Francisco, during which Will wrote the Journal which Cousin Mabel kept, and I found a hundred years later.
AND NOW IT’S AVAILABLE:
Paperback Edition is live on Amazon
The Kindle edition is supposed to be available. That’s an abridged version; the text is almost the same, but the illustrations are fewer to keep the text “flowable.”
A Publishing Mix-up–
I submitted the abridged Kindle version and thought it had gone live.
Then I discovered that my other book, “Three Tales: God with Us,” has a Kindle version available. Only–as far as I knew then–it didn’t!
Then life took a detour, upended, changed…and in the process my Amazon account, along with old e-mail, address, and phone number, disappeared.
Supposedly, after 3+ hours of phone consults and e-mails, it’s on the way to repair, and in another few days I can post links to both Panama and Beyond and Three Tales.