As a blogger, I may be compensated in some way (either pay, product, or experience) for sharing the post below All opinions are my own. ~Heidi
Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to meet a lot of Disney lovers through my blog. Some of those bloggers stand out more than others for various reasons – maybe the appearance of their blog, their personal writing style, or their ethics. Steve Burns is an ethical blogger – he’s the real deal. He’s genuine and fun. And he’s a FABULOUS photographer. (If I hadn’t decided to give up my photography career dreams, I’d want to be just like Steve “when I grow up”. Instead, I just live vicariously through his pictures!)
Recently, Steve contacted me about his new book – Three Disney Cruises. More than anything, I wanted to help promote it because I think he’s worth promoting. But, having never actually experienced a Disney cruise (yet), I was anxious to read more about his family’s cruising experiences.
About the Book
Let’s go on a cruise! Come along with the Burns family for three different Disney Cruise Line cruises over ten years. These accounts are a mixture of travelogue, experiences, opinions, humor, and lots of photos.
Have you ever thought about going on a Disney Cruise and wondered if it was right for you? Read about our adventures here, both without a child and with one, or both traveling with another family or just the two of us.
Of course, the bottom line is that we had a great time, as you might guess since this isn’t just about one Disney Cruise. But there is so much more to it than just saying that we had fun.
Come join us on our adventures!
Heidi Says . . .
Written in a very personal style, Three Disney Cruises reads like journal entries. I felt a bit like “a fly on the wall”, joining Steve on his cruises!
Steve has a fun sense of humor that is very apparent in his writing. I really appreciate that. I’ve read lots and lots of trip reports on blogs over the years – Steve’s reports sucked me in because they were so personal and they made me chuckle.
My favorite was probably his most recent cruise as that report was a bit more detailed than the other two. I’m one of those bloggers who takes pictures of Disney food, so I enjoyed that he shared what they ordered at their meals (and their thoughts on the food). One thing that I wasn’t aware of before reading Steve’s book is that you are assigned table mates on the cruises. I wouldn’t have thought of this and might have been surprised (unpleasantly).
Steve likes to eat, Steve likes to shop (yay!), and Steve likes to go off the beaten path and take pictures! While I haven’t had opportunity to meet Steve and his family in person, I can tell that our families would get along quite well – I think we have much in common! Who knows? Maybe one of these days we’ll meet up at Disney for some fun!
Get the Book
Get the ebook in various formats from these locations: