Radio Spritz

Exciting news–I’ve been interviewed for the radio show “Eye on Travel” with Peter Greenberg! He somehow learned about my book First Spritz Is Free: Confessions of Venice Addicts and decided to interview me. (Thanks, Laura Morelli, for helping to connect us!)
The show will air Saturday, Feb. 16, at 10:00 eastern time on CBS radio. It will later be available online at Peter Greenberg: Eye on Travel for February 16. I think it gets posted to this site the following Monday. (I will actually miss hearing it live, as I will be on a plane to Cambodia with my high school students!) My interview begins at roughly minute 56:30.
Peter Greenberg loves Venice, and for a guy who travels daily, it’s saying something that he has picked my favorite place as his favorite place. He was very complimentary during the interview and also wanted to share his particular tips for traveling in Venice. What–did you think I’d tell you his tips here? Nope! You need to listed to the interview!
I hope you don’t mind me tooting my own horn, but I’m sort of bursting with the excitement of it. 🙂
Btw, if you want the book, it’s free as an ebook. You can access it on Smashwords or on my website:

All profits from the sale of the paperback book are donated to these three organizations: Save Venice, Venice in Peril, and No Grandi Navi. (In fact, I just made another donation–thanks to those who bought the book and made this donation possible!)


About seductivevenice

Teacher, writer, traveler, dancer, reader, photographer, gardener.
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6 Responses to Radio Spritz

  1. Jane Fleming says:

    Excellent news Kathy, you deserve to be blowing your own horn. Really looking forward to hearing the interview!

  2. I loved the book. I was happy to buy the paperback edition to contribute to these worthy organizations. My compliments! My 5-star review is published on Amazon and Goodreads.

  3. Ella B says:

    I bought “First Spritz is Free” when the withdrawal symptoms started shortly after I last returned from Venice. Really entertaining and broke down into short, very readable chunks! O H started to read it because I’d enjoyed it so much. Thank you for the pleasure and memories it evoked. I shall be back there in the autumn, of course.

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