About a great debut, and its author.
I like to think of myself as a self-sufficient person.
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
Scrivener |ˈskriv(ə)nər|: A clerk, scribe, or notary.
The writing is what made me fall in love.
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!
Ready for the splash?