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Karen Perkins' Valkyrie Series - Pirates and Romance

Well written historical fiction should cause the reader to wonder what really happened – to ask what in the story is fact and what is not. 1,118 more words

Cool Boston Jobs: Boston Harbor Pilot Boat Captain.

Every so often I run across someone with a cool job, and when I do, I like to share that job with you. Watch video. 108 more words

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The Road to Chicago

Chicago was amazing and scary at the same time. Also very rainy. Chicago was my first regatta, and as glorious and wonderful as it was the story is too big to be told in one post. 313 more words

Chicago

HRAS becomes a supporter of the Global Ocean Commission

The Human Rights at Sea international initiative has joined with the Global Ocean Commission to add their support to the Commission’s work on the High Seas. 160 more words

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CHICAGO SPRINTS

From July 11-13 I am going to be attending my very first regatta. If you didn’t know, a regatta is a series of rowing, sailing or speedboat races. 51 more words

Chicago

Adventure and intrigue on the high seas in 'Child of a Hidden Sea'

Child of a Hidden Sea by A. M. Dellamonica
Macmillan-Tor/Forge, June 24, 2014 (Adventure/Fantasy)*

My rating: I’d go there again! (4/5) 

How to start an adventure and intrigue on the high seas: Take an intrepid young woman, confident in her scuba diving, climbing, and wilderness survival abilities, curious about biology, and self-conscious about her ability to express herself. 806 more words

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