BOOK AWARD WINNER: CASTING CALL

Nonfiction Book Award Status: GOLD Synopsis From one of the world’s most widely traveled fly fishermen and the largest producer of outdoor television in history comes the first of its kind celebration of the planet’s greatest fly angling. Chris Dorsey’s new book and film set, Casting Call, takes readers and viewers to epic fly waters from the […]

Author Interview: Richard Turner, Author of I Can’t Always See My Path…But I Keep On Walking

Author Name: Richard Turner Book Title: I Can’t Always See My Path…But I Keep On Walking Website URL: www.rturnerphotography.com Link to book page on Amazon: Amazon What is your book about? Spirit in Nature (My poetry and images in collaboration). What inspired you to write your book? My love of nature. An encounter with a […]

Member of the Week: Marjorie Turner Hollman, author of Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are

Author Name: Marjorie Turner Hollman Book Title: Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are Synopsis Getting outdoors can be exciting and challenging. For some, it’s especially challenging. You, or those you love, may have health and/or mobility issues that preclude venturing onto rocky or rooty trails. Your children may have special needs. You may have toddlers, […]

Author Interview: Rebecca Winn, Author of One Hundred Daffodils

Author Name: Rebecca Winn Book Title: One Hundred Daffodils: Finding Beauty, Grace, and Meaning When Things Fall Apart Website URL: www.RebeccaWinn.com Link to book page on Amazon: https://amzn.to/39GRuzq Social Media Links: www.facebook.com/WinnRebecca IG @rebeccawinn.writer www.facebook.com/WhimsicalGardens What is your book about? An engaging, wise, and uplifting reflection on human resilience and nature’s ability to teach, inspire, […]

BOOK AWARD WINNER: AMERICA’S LARGEST CLASSROOM: WHAT WE LEARN FROM OUR NATIONAL PARKS

Nonfiction Book Award Status: Silver Synopsis Over the past 100 years, visitor learning at America’s national parks has grown and evolved. Today, there are over 400 National Park Service (NPS) sites, representing over eighty million acres. Sites exist in every US state and territory and are located on land, at sea, in remote areas, and in major urban centers. Every year, more than […]

BOOK AWARD WINNER: HURLEY: FROM THE BEGINNING

Nonfiction Book Award Status: Gold Synopsis It was apparent from infancy: Hurley Haywood was a driver. From pedal cars to go karts, from his Mantz quarter midget to the family-farm Studebaker truck. From his graduation-present Nickey Corvette to landing in Peter Gregg’s Brumos team, Hurley had “the touch” that would take him to victory at Le […]

Member Interview: Latrece Johnson, author of What Is A Peninsula?

Author Name: Latrece Johnson Book Title: What Is A Peninsula? Publication Date: 2017 Publisher: Self published via Createspace Social Media Link: https://www.facebook.com/theAuthorLatreceJohnson/   Your book’s Amazon purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/What-Peninsula-Science-Local-Scientist/dp/1976308100 What is your book about? The unique peninsula located in Mobile County, Alabama–the Peninsula of Mobile Bay. What inspired you to write your book? I am inspired by nature. Living […]

Member of the Week: Isabelle Hamptonstone, author of Hockey Confidence

Name: Isabelle Hamptonstone Book Title: Hockey Confidence: Train Your Brain to Win in Hockey and in Life Your book’s Amazon purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/Hockey-Confidence-Train-Your-Brain/dp/1771642017  What is your book about? Confidence affects how we deal with stress and how we fulfill our potential to achieve the results we desire. In sports and in life, confidence is the […]

BOOK AWARD WINNER: FISHING DIFFERENT: TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVING SUCCESS

Nonfiction Book Award Status: Silver Author Name: Jake Bussolini Synopsis Many of the subjects in this book are truly controversial for many experienced anglers who have been using the same angling techniques and fishing myths for most of their life. The author has examined each of these myths, performing detailed tests where needed to prove that […]