The Kindle version of Poop, Booze, and Bikinis should be live at Amazon sometime tonight. What is it? I know, strange though somehow catchy title. For you non-boaters, you don’t realize how important poop management is to someone who lives on a boat. It’s a common topic of discussion amongst liveaboards. It’s get it’s own chapter and several more references throughout the book.
I suppose you can tell that this is not a serious piece of literature. It’s something I did for fun, and to hopefully make you laugh.
I radically changed my pricing philosophy this time. The first book, Leap of Faith / Quit Your Job and Live on a Boat, debuted at 6.99 for the Kindle version. This forced my friends to overpay. It sells now for 3.99, but was once discounted briefly to .99.
By starting off with the cheapest price possible, my friends and fans can grab the Kindle version cheap before the price goes up.
Paperback will take a bit longer to publish, but it’s in the works.
Ed Robinson’s first book, Leap of Faith / Quit Your Job and Live on a Boat, was an Amazon best seller in multiple categories. Now he’s back with this hilarious look at the nautical lifestyle. From Poop to Booze to Bikinis, he covers the funnier side of the issues encountered by boaters all of types. With chapters like Signs You Live on a Boat, Stupid People on Rental Equipment, and Zombies Can’t Swim, you’ll find plenty of laughs. There’s even a chapter for Tim Dorsey fans.
If you are a liveaboard, cruiser, weekender, wannabe boater, have boating friends, or are just a fan of Ed Robinson’s wit, you will enjoy this light hearted romp through many maritime topics.
Table of Contents:
- Marinas Versus Anchorages
- Marine Critters
- Signs You Live On A Boat
- Nekkid People
- Tits, Pits, and Ass
- Things I Love (About Living Aboard)
- Things I Hate
- True Nautical Terms
- Zombies Can’t Swim
- The Tim Dorsey Chapter
- The Jimmy Buffett Chapter
- The Beerfort Scale
- Stupid Boat Names
- Brass Monkey
- The Stories We Could Tell
- It’s Alive!
- Weird Florida
- Why A Boat?
Disclaimers and Acknowledgements
It’s a light read that I hope many will enjoy, certainly worth 99 pennies. Look for it tomorrow and this weekend at Amazon.com
Price goes up on Monday.