Vicki Liston reviews for Reader Views. She has been an avid reader for most of her life. But it was only after having her own book published did she realize how important reviews were for authors…and how difficult they can be to obtain! Since then, she’s gained an extra amount of respect for today’s new author and enjoys seeing their creativity and hard work in finished form.
Liston's book (published under the name Vicki Landes), “Europe for the Senses – A Photographic Journal” was published while living in Europe for seven years and contains over 200 pages of full-color photography. With a current list of 45 countries under her belt, she strives to find the overlooked details that make each place distinctive and unique. Her book has been featured on television, newspapers, radio, and various internet sources.
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