Book Launch: Conquering Foreign Languages (+sneak peek)

Book Launch: Conquering Foreign Languages (+sneak peek)
Book Launch: Conquering Foreign Languages (+sneak peek)

My first book: launching today. Scary, isn’t it?

For several months, I had trouble sleeping.  My mind was full of ideas, and I’d get out of bed to note them down.  After a while, I started building more and more notes, more and more techniques, and I realised: I wanted to write a book.

Today is an exciting day for me, as the project I’ve been working on for the past 9 months is finally going out into the world.  Will it go well?  Will it help people (the #1 goal)?  Only time will tell, but for now, I’m very excited.

About the book

If “learn a language” has been on your to-do list for some time and you’re passionate about learning one, this book will help you.  If haven’t started because it seems to difficult, you can’t find the time, or you’re not sure where to begin, you’ll find plenty about that too.  If you’ve started but aren’t learning as quickly as you want to (‘how do I ask for directions again?’), it covers several techniques you can use to sky rocket your skills right now, without spending extra money or taking extra time out of your day.

The goal: get you speaking confidently by making the language part of your daily lifestyle.

After over 15 years and four foreign languages, the book contains every single technique I know about learning foreign tongues.  It includes how I was able to progress from beginner to teacher in Spanish in under a year (and how you can too), how making use of downtime can boost your confidence, and several handfuls of techniques to make learning a language part of what you do every day.

For the full-write up, table of contents and a sample chapter, you can click here (or see below if you’d like to get it now).

Where to get it

I’m releasing the book as a “Digital Guide” – there’s no hard-copy printed format – meaning it’s available for download immediately, with no time to wait and no need to be home for a delivery :) .  There are two options – a PDF version, and a Kindle version.  It’s intentionally low-priced, because I want it to help as many people as possible in line with goals #1 and #9 under Personal Development on my list of Big Ambitions.

If you’re interested, you can view more and purchase the guide for under $10 below:

Note: All payments are done through Amazon; I never see any of your personal or payment information, and all files are delivered to you immediately.

Get the Kindle Version: 

For Kindle readers, iPad (via the Kindle App), and Mac (via the Kindle App). (Payments are managed via Amazon’s secure payment system.)

Click here to get the Kindle Version

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I’d love to hear what you think, and most of all I hope it helps you with learning your foreign language.

Not sure? Here’s a sneak peek…

If you’re interested but not sure whether it’s for you, you can view a sample chapter and the table of contents completely free over here.  

My latest language-learning mission is French – I’ve been studying for a few months now at Alliance Francaise in Melbourne, and I’m loving it.  I’ll be using all of these techniques in trying to boost my French.  Join me?

[Kindle version is here via Amazon for the Kindle; PDF version is here for all other devices/computers/printing. ]

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