If you’re planning a cruise or just dreaming of one, don’t hesitate! Grab this best-seller with over 375 reviews from folks who saved a boatload of money and had more fun than anybody on their cruise. Tips From The Cruise Addict’s Wife by Deb Graham is loaded with tips and tricks to plan the best cruise ship vacation ever. Easy read, laced with humorous stories you’ll want to highlight, it’ll make you the most-informed passenger on any cruise ship. All you need to plan your once-in-a-lifetime cruise vacation is right here. This is no stuffy travel guide; picture Fodor or Rick Steves with a sense of humor. Whether you’re a first-timer cruiser or experienced passenger, you’ll pick up common sense hacks and practical advice to see and do more while saving money. Read Tips From The Cruise Addict’s Wife to know more than anybody onboard (except the captain). The best way to plan any cruise vacation is with this book.
Which cruise line is best for you? Where to go: Alaska, Mediterranean, Caribbean, Asia, or trans-oceanic? What to do in ports, and how to avoid touristy places? What to pack, what to avoid, what contraband can land you in a foreign jail? Should you choose a private tour or book a shore excursion? How to get a cabin upgrade or a visit from the Upgrade Fairy? What all is included in your cruise price? How to treat your cabin steward? Advice and tips for ports? How to get freebies onboard?
Lucky you—my knowledge is right in your hand! Available in e-book, audiobook, and paperback Bonus chapter by the Cruise Addict himself. Don’t miss the sequel: More Tips From The Cruise Addict’s Wife.
A strong advocate of indie publishing, Deb is the author of a heaping handful (14!) of non-fiction books, including cruise travel guide books laced with stories about her innocent (so he says) husband, several cruise-themed novels, a book on how to write one’s personal story, how to complain, and several cookbooks, science, and craft books with her beloved grandchildren in mind. Deb’s background in high-energy stand-up comedy spills into her writings, and she’s in demand as a public speaker.
Current projects include another in her best-selling cruise-themed cozy mysteries, including Peril in Paradise and Murder on Deck, and a series of cozy mysteries featuring a magician who happens to be a ghost.
Deb’s superpowers include: being able to spell-check with her brain; heading up the making of 1006 quilts for Project Linus; a quick mind that enables her to improvise on a dime; and her talent as a skilled bargain hunter, including being able to find name brand items with store tags still on them in second hand stores with laser focus.
Deb loves travel, anywhere that involves a suitcase, or –better yet—a passport. She has three grown kids, and eight grandchildren who are cuter than yours. It seems that many authors’ bios tell that the author lives with a spouse and assorted cats. Deb Graham loves her author husband, but sadly, has no cats.