Sunday, December 15, 2013

New Do

As you can see, a makeover has occurred. How do you like it?

Please take a look around. Aside from the new colors and the header with the picture of that taxi driver who might be me, there's now a subject index on the right-hand side. If you scroll down below the links to the taxi driver blogs and the archives, you will find there links to the subject matters of every post I've ever written - from bagels to baseball, pissing to pedestrians, morons to manners, and let's not forget dogs, drunks, insects, lunatics, remarkable people, and evil jockeys. So browsing around will now be much easier to do.

This subject index is something I've been wanting to add for quite some time but was too tech challenged to do it myself. The credit for that, and for the whole makeover, goes to the team at HarperCollins360 - thank you to Jean Marie, Victoria, and Michelle - who might be upset with me if I didn't mention that my book, Confessions Of A New York Taxi Driver, will be published in the USA on January 28th, and that you will be able to order it by clicking on the link to the book on the right.

A bit of news there.

Hope you like the new look!

5 comments:

Suzy said...

Looks great!!!!!

Maddy said...

Hi! I've been following your blog for about two years - I can't remember how I stumbled across it but I remember going through your archives one night until I reached the very end!

Anyway - I just want to let you know that I've been recently travelling for work and have spotted your book in Singapore, Hong Kong and Melbourne, Australia! It must be very exciting - you're a great writer and well done :)

Eugene Salomon said...

Hey, Maddie,
Thank you VERY much for letting me know this! I actually did not know that the book was available in Hong Kong or Singapore. If you're ever in NYC, please send me an email. You've earned a free ride!

Henna said...

Hello and greetings from Turku, Finland :). Just about half an hour ago I finished your book and I loved it! Thank You!
I've been in New York once, for four days only, in September 2009. It was a dream come true, loved every second. You told in your book about the boy you drove from JFK to The City and how he felt when finally arriving to Manhattan. I felt just the same :) didn't have luck to have your kind of cab driver tho..
I'll be back some day and who knows, maybe I'll enter your cab :D.
All the best to you and see ya!
yours,
Henna

Eugene Salomon said...

Hi Henna,
Thanks so much for letting me know. Hope you'll stop by here often!
Best wishes and "may all your lights be green"...
Gene