Travel Writing by Cory Hanson

New Audio Guide and Book Revision


After some recent inspiration from a Mary Gibbons review tour and a Pat Liddy walk in Dublin’s Docklands, I got to work updating the book and putting together my next guided audio tour.

Famine Memorial on Dublin's Riverside Walk

Famine Memorial on Dublin’s Riverside Walk

The Riverside Walk was always going to be my next audio walking tour. Since the opening of the Rosie Hackett Bridge—and thus an ending to the inconvenient street crossings caused by the construction—Dublin’s Liffeyside boardwalk has been much more convenient to access and enjoy. The views are always spectacular (think all those #lovedublin retweeted photos, how many are NOT on the river?), and it’s always so refreshing to get off the streets of the big city once in a while.

I fleshed out the Riverside Walk in the eBook with more stories and more specific walking directions reflecting the newly-opened bridge and boardwalk. As always, the audio version required some editing and extra “pause the audio guide here, and resume…” text to make it practical.

The new eBook also includes a longer review of the Mary Gibbons Newgrange and Hill of Tara tour and the small edits and fixes that go up with every updated version.

As always, the book is available for free from Smashwords and most other eBook distributors. The podcast is available to stream in the player below and for subscription and download directly from PodOMatic and iTunes.

With both the book and the podcast, be sure to leave a rating and review at your favorite distribution service. It only takes a minute of your time, and they help others find this free content and help me improve this massive labor of love. Get in touch on Twitter and Facebook and let me know what you think. Questions, comments, and feedback are always welcome and appreciated.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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