In My Footsteps: The Next Step

    For a few years I have been sharing my In My Footsteps travel blogs here with you folks at Cape Cod Today. The blogs featured towns from all across New England and have been such an amazing chapter of my life. I had done them for fun and to share the beauty of Cape Cod and New England with as many people as possible.
      Now I am proud to announce that my first book, In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod Travel Guide, is set to be released October 28th. It is currently available for preorder through Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, my website Christopher Setterlund.com, and my publisher’s website Schiffer Books.com.
      The book showcases so many of Cape Cod’s incredible locations. These locations stem from well known spots like Nauset Beach and Scargo Tower to lesser known areas like Monk’s Park and the grave of Thomas Ridley and everywhere in between. I wanted to create something more than just a vacation guide; I wanted to create the most thorough picture of Cape Cod possible.
      I am very excited to be taking my little travel blogs to the next level, it is always fun to do what you love. The follow up to In My Footsteps: Cape Cod will feature the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. It is a natural progression and I can’t wait to get that going.
      I wanted to post this as a thank you to everyone who has read and enjoyed my travel blogs. I am sure there will be more to share with you all, but for now I’ll be focusing on my books. Until then I thank Cape Cod Today and thank all of its readers.

 

 

 

For those interested In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod Travel Guide is available at: Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, Christopher Setterlund.com, and Schiffer Books.com. In stores October 28th.
 

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