By August 14, 2015 0 Comments

Ask a Travel Nurse: Where can I find a print copy of Travel Nurse’s Bible?

Share
Ask a Travel Nurse: Where can I find a print copy of Travel Nurse’s Bible?

Ask a Travel Nurse: Where can I find a print copy of Travel Nurse’s Bible?

Ask a Travel Nurse Question:

Hi David, I really want to check out your book. Where can I find a print copy of Travel Nurse’s Bible? Thank you!

Ask a Travel Nurse Answer:

Unless you want to pay some insane price that people on Amazon are charging, the only current way to get the book is via Kindle version on Amazon.

I do apologize. Sending out print copies just got to be too tedious as the closest post office to my home was at least a half hour round trip. Add to that the cost of printing, postage, and gas (back and forth to the post office), and it really just didn’t make sense to continue with print when everyone seems to have some method of reading the book (whether it be on a home computer, Kindle, laptop, tablet, or smartphone).

If you don’t have a Kindle, you can download free programs or apps to read it from any of the aforementioned devices. If you think you would be able to access it electronically, here is the Amazon Kindle link.

Again, sorry about not having it available in print. It really is hard for smaller authors to maintain that type of medium for getting their work out there.

David Morrison

david@travelnursesbible.com

 

First time bonus!
Posted in: Ask a Travel Nurse

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.

Post a Comment