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Ask a Travel Nurse: How can I buy David’s book, Travel Nurse’s Bible?

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Ask a Travel Nurse: How can I buy David’s book, Travel Nurse’s Bible?

Ask a Travel Nurse: How can I buy David’s book, Travel Nurse’s Bible?

Ask a Travel Nurse Question:

Hi David, How can I buy your book, Travel Nurse’s Bible? It seems on Amazon it is only available through a Kindle. I need some good advice for Travel Nursing!

Ask a Travel Nurse Question:

Thank you for the question. My apologies, but my book is out of print. It just became too time-consuming to mail out books every few days (my nearest post office is a 30-minute round trip).

I’m also a bit short of the “million copies sold” benchmark, so I also still have to work my three twelves a week 🙂 Working nights, having to wait for the post office to open, blogging for several sites … my world just became too much about the book.

However, I still enjoy helping new Travelers get started in the industry. That is why I continue to make the book available in the Kindle store on Amazon.

While not everyone has a Kindle, most people these days have a tablet, smartphone, or at the very least, a computer. The Kindle app can be downloaded for free and then the book should be easily accessible.

While not ideal for everyone (I, too, like the old school idea of having to turn pages to read a book), it is still the best way I have to make the information accessible and still maintain my sanity.

My apologies for not being able to continue to offer a way to get a hard copy.

Additionally, while I could never convey as much info as the book, please feel free to contact me at david@travelnursesbible.com and I can try to answer as much about travel as my time allows.

David

david@travelnursesbible.com

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About the Author:

Hello everyone. I’m a travel nurse originally from Ohio who graduated in 1993 from Mount Carmel School of Nursing in Columbus. I completed a critical care fellowship at Riverside Methodist Hospital in 1994 and started traveling in that specialty a year later. My first travel assignment was in Maui and since that time I have completed close to 40 different contracts in various states with multiple travel companies. I am the author of Travel Nurse’s Bible (A Guide to Everything on Travel Nursing), in addition to my writings here and in the pages of Travel Nursing publications such as Healthcare Traveler Magazine and American Nurse Today. I am presently on assignment in Phoenix, AZ and travel anywhere from six to eleven months of the year.

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