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Peregrinos de la Herejía/Pilgrimage to Heresy now in Spanish

Priscillian

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Time of past OR future Camino
Frances 1999, Aragones 2000, Desde Le Puy 2002, Portuguese 2009, hoping RDLP 2014
It was worth the wait! I cannot tell you how excited I was to walk into my local Spanish bookshop and see my book - in Spanish and looking very dramatic and mysterious - on the New Releases table.
Pilgrimage to Heresy has been translated and published by Editorial Boveda, a division of the large ANAYa publishing group here in Spain.
Here's the link if you are interested: http://www.editorialboveda.com/wp1/?cat=19

Website is still: http://www.pilgrimagetoheresy.com and also my blog (what a silly word) at
http://www.pilgrimagetoheresy.blogspot.com

Am walking the Camino again in July, this time from Oporto and am really looking forward to setting out for my beloved Galicia again.
Tracy Saunders
 
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PILGRIMSPLAZA

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I cannot tell you how excited I was to walk into my local Spanish bookshop and see my book - in Spanish and looking very dramatic and mysterious - on the New Releases table.
I know those vibes and feel very happy for you! Congratulations! Already 34 hits on Google search today...
Am walking the Camino again in July, this time from Oporto and am really looking forward to setting out for my beloved Galicia again.
Go, Tracy, go! Live your dream! No sweat, no glory! In an hour on the beach I'll toast on the book and your new Camino. Brassa!
 

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