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Second Edition of Romancing Through Italy Available on the Book Markets – August 7, 2017

August 7, 2017 – Plumeria Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Romancing Through Italy, Second Edition, in hardbound and softbound format, as well as multiple eBook formats.

“We are really happy to help this delightful work available to a broader audience,” said Tom Paulson, book publicist at Plumeria Publishing. “The book really has something worth sharing, and we believe that readers will find the wonderful prose a refreshing change. It is unique among books about Italy. It’s not a travel guide so much as an insider’s view, and it uncovers and describes many hidden features that would make a holiday in Italy extraordinary.”

“In support of this new edition,” Paulson added, “we are arranging a national book tour for Mr. Connors, which will include stops in seven states.”

The second edition contains additional graphics and other visual improvements, as well as minor editing and expansion of textual content.

Plumeria Publishing to Issue Second Edition
of Romancing Through Italy
– July 7, 2017

The successful launch of Romancing Through Italy has resulted in an contract for a second edition to be published through Plumeria Publishing, a young publishing plumeria logo faviconcompany specializing in Florida authors.
“I’m very pleased to have this opportunity to expand our marketing of this book,” Connors said. “We believe that this partnership with Plumeria Publishing will result in an even-more successful product, and greater exposure to important retail outlets and library collections.”
The new edition will include some new content and graphics, and should reach book markets in early August.

Large Crowd of Readers in Attendance
at Romancing Through Italy Book Launch and Signing
– June 30, 2017

Several dozen readers attended Friday evening for a book-launch event hosted by author Robert James Connors for his new book, Romancing Through Italy.
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“There were probably sixty people, but we were almost first in line,” said book buyer Chris Wilson, who bought two copies. “We got one for a gift for my sister, who’s been in love with the idea of going to Italy for years. I had it inscribed to her.”
“This was a very fun evening for me,” said the author at the end of the busy event. “It’s gratifying to see that so many people still like to read true adventure stories, and will go out of their say to find good books.”