More Musky Tales
Jennings shares his adventures and tells of how a common fisherman became a full-fledged “musky hunter.” He takes you back to the 50s to a place called Lonesome Lodge on beautiful Lake NISATO; you’ll meet the residents, enjoy their down-to-earth humor and fellowship and meet the visitors that come along to learn the ways of this enchanted lodge. You’ll learn the penalty for bringing a modern rig to this fabled lodge and see how musky fever can strike even the most famous musky hunters.
Limited Editions of 100 laminated cover books, signed and numbered (autographed as requested) are available for $22.50, packing and mailing included. Contact Jennings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
North of Easie
By Robert J. Romano Jr., Birch Brook Press, P.O. Box 81, Delhi, NY 13753, www.birchbrookpress.info, soft cover, 200 pp., $20.00.
Romano’s new novel is set in the Rangeley Lakes region of western Maine, where his credible and lively characters spend a good deal of time wading through trout streams while coping with loss, love and other uncertainties of life in modern times.
A Walk for Sunshine, expanded third edition
By Jeff Alt, Dreams Shared Publications LLC, P.O. Box 18188, Cincinnati, OH 45218. www.dspublications.com, softcover, 304 pp., $15.95. For review copies contact KSB Promotions: 800-304-3269; email@example.com.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy this entertaining adventure for a noble cause. Walk along the Appalachian Trail with bears, bugs, blisters, skunk bedmates, and hilarious food cravings. Alt dedicated his journey to his brother with cerebral palsy inspiring an annual walk. Alt shares his life lessons from the trail with a focus on family, stewardship of the earth, and good health. Previous editions have received three awards and have been featured on ESPN, in the Associated Press and more. New to this edition: Details about the annual walk, gear lists and hiking tips for the whole family. Printed on recycled paper.