It’s been two years since our passengers Pam and Marla suggested that I write a book about our struggle to rebuild the David B. While writing, Jeffrey and I have had a wonderful time reliving the days we spent taking our old-rotting derelict and turning her into a beautiful, working boat. The David B has become a place where people can come together to explore exceptional landscapes and share their lives and stories.
Throughout this project I have been surprised by how emotional I found the writing to be. There were so many days when we were editing More Faster Backwards that we found ourselves with tears in our eyes, amazed by what we accomplished. Even now, I sometimes find it hard to believe that we had the vision and the fire to take-on the David B. I’m not sure it’s a project we could, or would, do now. I think that’s what makes our story that much more incredible.
The release date for More Faster Backwards is set for December 1st. It will be a available on Amazon.com, through our website, and through the website for the book. We’ll be releasing it as both an eBook and as a paperback.
If you would like a sneak-peek of the book, you can visit MoreFasterBackwards.com. The site is unfinished, but I’m very excited to begin sharing our story with you!
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|Getting to the boat on Alaska Airlines|
|Mark Twain Would Have Loved the David B|