Building a Nomadic Income Which Allows us to Travel

8 Responses

  1. Dick Moriarty says:

    You have done what so many have failed to do – you have taken the first step and made it work, now it is a case of building on the momentum so that people are waiting for the next book as long as it doesn’t take too long or they will have moved onto another author. Well done you for making it happen.

  2. Bonnie says:

    Hiya, enjoyed your book and luck forward to your next one.

  3. Cheryl Javen says:

    Hi, you ask for constructive comments. I feel your blog, and book( I have read it) are very much a repetition of every other Boatie musings. Nothing new or really interesting. I live aboard and follow other writers and bloggers and vloggers. Once you have discussed your pump out, cassette or your bucket for chucking, your engine, your inverter, your dog, or the trendy home ed issue, that’s really it. I hope you do well. But maybe relying on an income purely from narrow boat life writing, may be a tad optimistic. Branch out.

    • Richard MacKenzie says:

      Thanks, Cheryl. I appreciate your honesty. Yes, it is a very niche area to just include canal life and going forward this certainly won’t be the case as I add and expand the topics. I guess there has to be a balance between what I write to satisfy my creativity and what I write to have a commercial value. My feeling is that a mix of both is what is called for.

  4. J says:

    Without going to Google how do you tell the difference between the male and female kingfishers??

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