What I wear for winter SUP
A few weeks ago, I talked about the benefits of proper fueling and how much that’s helped me stay competitive as a “master” sailor. This week I want to talk about something else that’s really important: my team. I’m very lucky to have so many
Part two of the Deer in the Headlights saga.
The less exciting a regatta road trip is, the better.
Work in Progress not progressing? Must be time to write a blog post. Blog posts, after all, are just short snippets of thought. They don’t require character arcs, or plot development, or outlines. They don’t require much at all, really, except a quick trigger that
When I first started this blog in 2009, I didn’t have any fixed goals. All I knew was that I’d discovered some cool commonalities between success as a competitive sailor and becoming a published author, and I wanted to share my thoughts. So I named
A few pointers about bookselling at a trade show.
This post first appeared on the boats.com blog. Sailors know that summer in Annapolis means heat, humidity, motorboat chop, jellyfish—and no wind. So when a hundred and thirty Snipe sailors choose to spend a week of August vacation there, they must be counting on something
I always wanted to be a “real” author.
What a party it was!