Books reordered—need room for them!


Hi folks. I have reordered 100 copies of my book. Now I need to sell the books I have on hand to make room for the new batch.

I should digress here and tell you about the flints I salvaged from a ship that sank near Great Thatch Island during a hurricane in 1785. Flints were used by our ancestors in the firing mechanism of muzzle-loading weapons.

Research determined that the ship that went down was the slave ship, Constantine. The slaves had been sold, probably is Dominica, and the crew was saved.

Think about it for a moment…this all happened over 200 years ago…back when George Washington and Ben Franklin lived!

While my supply of flints last, I will include a free one in each book I sell, and a Certificate of Authenticity. .shadow boxes 034 

Thank you, and I hope you help me make room for the reorder.


George and his wife, Marie, sailed professionally, chartering boats in the Bahamas, then in the Virgin Islands. They then leased an uninhabited island, Little Thatch, in the British Virgin Islands, and turned it into a small hotel. After six years, they left the island and bought a lovely beachfront property on Jost Van Dyke (BVI) where they built Sandcastle Hotel and the original Soggy Dollar Bar. George is now the author of Incredible Virgin Island Adventure: A True Story.

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