By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2020, the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever.

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Disney Community Begins to React to The easy Guide

By Dave Shute

Since we didn’t do anything as sophisticated as sending out review copies of The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit prior to publication, reviews have been a little slow to come in.

But they are now showing up!!

Today Heidi Strawser at (in?) Heidi’s Head published this review, and last week Janice Brady at The Adult Side of Disney published this one.

More are coming, I’ve heard, later this week and on through July.

Moreover, Josh did a call-in show on WDW News Today (no archive that I can find), Josh and I did an interview about the book on National Public Radio available here, and I recorded a podcast last night with Kathy Kelly for the Special Mouse podcast which should be released next week.

Amazon Reviews of The easy Guide

Meanwhile the reviews on Amazon are starting to build, too–we hit 50 reviews yesterday, 48 with five-star rankings.

Want to see what all the fuss is about?  Then get your own copy by clicking the link: The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit!!
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1 comment

1 Kelly B - Agent with Destinations to Explore { 07.16.14 at 7:42 am }

Can wait to read the book so that I can pass along my review as well.

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