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Drift: A sailing Adventure Novel Paperback – March 29, 2013
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About the Author
Frankk is from a place and time gone by, writing, thinking, creating and now starting to create a little bit of havoc. In the 1990s Frankk was a personality that was subverted by the needs and dictates of a corporate life. His creativity, spontaneity and sense of fun sank like an anchor into the deep murky brine under the weight of responsibility, choked by the necktie of corporate HR policies. Now the corporate world has ejected his alter ego. Redundant. Ejected. Effective immediately. Nothing to show for years of toil that won't fit into cardboard shoe box. Nothing more valuable than a coffee mug and a photograph. Frankk has re-emerged out into the sun, and is writing. Frankk is a raconteur, bon-vivant, poet, author and adventurer. He writes novels, poems, recipes and a blog. His first published novel is the sailing adventure Drift.
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Frankk's writing brings you to the middle of the action ... allowing for this tale to envelop your senses in a manner reminisent of the journey itself and allowing us the reader to share in the joy, fear, trepidation and enthusiasm along with the Frankk and Dinah.
I look forward to more stories from Frankk as I would love to share another journey with him and Dinah.
Drift is a thoroughly satisfying slice of nautical life.
It's also hard to believe that this is Fatt's first book; he displays a complete command of the art of storytelling along with a serious literary talent. I urge the author to enter the work in the Miles Franklin and other such awards.
An enjoyable read.