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Tightwads on the Loose is now available for request via #Netgalley #TightwadsontheLoose https://www.netgalley.com/catalog/book/199247 Tightwads on the Loose tells the amusing story of Wendy and Garth, who set sail on an open-ended voyage, never imagining they’d be gone seven years or … Continue reading
When you have dirty N95 masks, a goal, and time on your hands … In keeping with the saying “when life gives you lemons . . . ,” we need to make the best of the forced COVID-19 quarantine. Besides, … Continue reading
Wendy Hinman has won the Readers Favorite award for Sea Trials: Around the World with Duct Tape and Bailing Wire and Tightwads on the Loose: A Seven Year Pacific Odyssey. She accepted both awards during the Miami Book Fair. Read … Continue reading
“The Road to San Donato by Robert Cocuzzo is a moving multi-generational American immigrant story. A powerful meditation on the complexities of war, refugee and immigrant experiences.” Wendy Hinman for Foreword Reviews (Read her full review in Foreword Reviews here.) … Continue reading
“The Road to San Donato by Robert Cocuzzo is a moving multi-generational American immigrant story. A powerful meditation on the complexities of war, refugee and immigrant experiences.” Wendy Hinman for Foreword Reviews Read the full review in Foreword Reviews here: … Continue reading
Wendy Hinman writes book reviews for Foreword and Clarion Reviews. Here’s a link to all her reviews. Among her favorite discoveries: Cooperative Lives by Patrick Finegan A literary novel set in New York City: “Ambitious and sophisticated, Cooperative Lives is … Continue reading
Along with Beth Jusino and Christy Karras, Wendy Hinman will present Travel Writing tips at the 34th annual conference Write on the Sound Conference, in Edmonds, Washington October 4, 5 & 6, 2019. These conferences are a good value and … Continue reading
It’s an honor to be among the select few authors invited to participate in this event honoring, books, authors, and libraries. For more details, visit: http://www.lib.washington.edu/support/events/librariesunbound
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