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“It is exciting and interesting to see the family grow into their sea legs and learn how to live at sea. It is fascinating to be transported back to a time not that long ago when GPS wasn’t even a … Continue reading
Book Club Discussion Questions Sea Trials: Around the World With Duct Tape and Bailing Wire by Wendy Hinman To download a printable PDF of these questions, click Here. 1. What drew you into the story and kept you reading? Was … Continue reading
On Tuesday, March 6, at 7pm, the Eagle Harbor Book Company’s Readers Circle Book Club will discuss Sea Trials by Wendy Hinman. Pick up your copy at Eagle Harbor Book Company, read and then come join the discussion. For more … Continue reading
At the Seattle Yacht Club Men’s Luncheon On Thursday February 22 at 11:30am in the Ward Room, award-winning author Wendy Hinman will share the exciting story of a harrowing circumnavigation from her newest book, Sea Trials. A shipwreck might end … Continue reading
“Hinman skillfully draws the reader in. We found Sea Trials compelling and far more than just a sea story. We discussed as we were reading it and long after we finished.” Voyages Magazine
Review by Shirley A. McElhaney “Have you ever dreamed of giving up your job and “running away,” letting the kids leave the school room for a year? And, love to sail…….sail around the world? If so, this is the book … Continue reading
Review by David McDaniel Sea Trials: Around the World with Duct Tape and Bailing Wire, by Wendy Hinman (Salsa Press 2017; print $20.00, Kindle $5.99) “Sea Trials: Around the World with Duct Tape and Bailing Wire is a real rattlesnake … Continue reading
Hope to see you at the 2018 Seattle Boat Show! January 26-February 3 Come visit Wendy Hinman at the Captains Nautical Supply booth at the top of the concourse steps to get a personally autographed copy of her two hit … Continue reading
Read the full interview with Sailing-World.com, in which Tightwads on the Loose is described as “a book that has become something of a cult classic amongst the literary world of cruising sailors.” Link here.