Thanks Supporters In the News and Social Media

A little more than two months after the book launch, things are going great thanks to great support from the Austin community (and kitties too).

To show our appreciation, this post serves as a BIG THANK YOU to everyone that has supported Austin, Texas: A Photographic Portrait. We’ve gotten tons of great feedback in person, on Facebook, and on Twitter! The Testimonials page on the blog shares a sampling of the positive feedback we’ve received.

We’d like to thank all the individuals who have wished us well! We’ve also been recognized in several publications and blogs on the Internet. Please consider checking out the publications and blogs mentioned below.

SPECIAL THANKS to the following Austin supporters:

Austin Monthly Magazine – This long running Austin magazine needs little introduction. In the July 2011 edition, Austin, Texas: A Photographic Portrait was featured in the July Hot List of things to watch (excerpt pictured above).

The Rebeccamendations – Local blogger extraordinaire Rebecca Otis interviewed Peter Tsai, the photographer of Austin, Texas: A Photographic Portrait, on her entertaining blog. They talked about the ins and outs of creating and publishing the book as well as behind the scenes insights about the pictures in the book.

I Live Here: Austin – Annie Lenore’s blog explores the lives of individuals living in Austin, Texas and serves as a platform for them to share what Austin means to them. Annie photographed Peter and featured his Austin essay on in which he mentions the book several times.

N Housing Blog: Austin Corporate Housing – The N Housing blog highlights noteworthy events and attractions in the Austin metropolitan area for newcomers to the city looking for fun things to do. They suggested using the book as a “reference point for things to see & do” in Austin.

Austin Urban Gide – Austin Real Estate Agent Catherine Thomas, who loves Austin as much as anyone, has been a very vocal supporter of the book from the beginning. She specializes in downtown condos, writes her own Austin blog, is active on Twitter, and says that real estate clients love the book as an introduction to Austin.

Austin Globetrekker Joseph Cooke has traveled and blogged about his extensive travels around the world but he loves his home in Austin, Texas and is an all around great guy. On his travel blog he notes that Austin, Texas: A Photographic Portrait “answers the ever looming question… Why do people LOVE Austin so much?”

Thanks again to all – we love that everyone has been super supportive of the book. As always, please leave a comment and if you would like to purchase the Austin, Texas Photo book for yourself, go to our Where To Buy page.