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Everyone dreams of tropical escape. But what happens when you escape for too long? Imagine spending 24 hours a day with your spouse in 31 not-so-square feet . . . for years; crossing the Pacific Ocean on two gallons of … Continue reading
It’s that time of year once again for the Seattle Boat Show. It’s a time when I love to share what I’ve learned and the wonderful adventures I’ve been lucky enough to have with other boaters who are planning their … Continue reading
It’s a thrill to see both my books still selling strong and to discover new rave reviews. It’s also exciting to begin a new year with a new audio book. You can now buy and listen to Tightwads on the … Continue reading
I love the week between Christmas and New Years. Because so much of the world is off for the holidays it’s quiet and a wonderful time to catch up on one of the things I love to do the most: … Continue reading
Face it. You love to read. You are an addict. It’s OK. There are worse addictions than being a confirmed bookworm. And it’s even OK to buy what you really want for yourself. After all, not everyone is a mind-reader. … Continue reading
BREAKING NEWS! NEW RELEASE!! As children, we loved when someone read us a story. Why not enjoy the same means of opening our imaginations as adults while folding your laundry? Or commuting to work? Listen to a sample audio clip … Continue reading
Give the gift of adventure this holiday season! Ever dream of tropical escape? Imagine spending 24 hours a day with your spouse in 31 not-so-square feet . . . for years; crossing the Pacific Ocean on two gallons of fuel; … Continue reading
Award-winning author Wendy Hinman will collect another award at the Miami Book Fair. Readers Favorites has bestowed awards on both her titles, Sea Trials: Around the World with Duct Tape and Bailing Wire and Tightwads on the Loose: A Seven-Year … Continue reading
I have been enjoying blogposts by Jenn Harkness, AKA Skipper Jenn, about women and sailing for the last couple of years. She has tackled some of the challenges women face as skippers and sailors, taking on leadership roles in an … Continue reading