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News flash: Book release!

Last November, I received an email from two friends: Dave Lukas and Andrew Zahn.

“What if . . .

– What if three guys that never met in person collaborated?
– What if they all found something they were mutually passionate about and felt compelled to share with others?
– What if they wrote together online and created something hilarious . . . or poignant . . . or terrible . . . or amazing . . . or devastating? Or none of those things. Or all of them.
– What if we talked more about what it might or might not be?”
There was a catch: We had never met in person, and had no idea if we could even work together. Still, we gave it a whirl. Nearly a year later, we’re proud to present the fruit of our labor:

Man Speak Final

Man Speak is a sometimes-serious/sometimes-funny discussion of what it means to be a man today – written by three guys in three different time zones, all at three very different stages of life. It truly was an honor collaborating with these guys and am very proud of our work. We put in many, may hours of Google hangouts, writing assignments, revisions and subsequent meetings, and I hope you enjoy the resulting conversations.

Christmas shopping? Think of me.

Time for my first shameless plug of the Christmas season:

BookHave any book junkies in your life? Consider giving them a copy of my five-star rated novel Eastbound SailingIntroduce them to Aiden Lawrence. They may like him. They may hate him. Whatever they feel, they will feel something.

Included it in your shopping cart and receive free shipping on orders over $25. Read the rest of this entry »

An axe for the frozen sea inside us.

SOUND OFF: What’s the most devastating story (book, film or play) you’ve ever encountered? What was it about the story that made such an impact on you?

“We need the books that affect us like disaster, that grieve us deeply, like the death of someone we loved more than ourselves, like being banished into forests far from everyone, like a suicide. A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us.” Franz Kafka

Eastbound Sailing – now an eBook as well!

After much resistance, I finally stepped out of the stone age: Eastbound Sailing is now available as an eBook!

The Kindle version comes out Monday, October 21. Pre-order for just $4.79 (the price of a pumpkin spice latte, but you won’t throw it away 10 minutes later…well…hopefully).

Click here to order your copy today!

So, that book? It’s out today.

After two exciting, challenging and grueling years, Eastbound Sailing is finally available for order on Amazon.

Thanks for all the help and encouragement along this journey so far. I can’t wait to see what lies ahead.