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The Cure for Anything Is Salt Water - How I Threw My Life Overboard and Found Happiness at Sea


Year: 2008
Language: english
Author: South M.
Genre: History
Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 0060747021
Format: PDF/EPUB
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 223
Description: At forty, Mary South had a beautiful home, good friends, and a successful career in book publishing. But she couldn't help feeling that she was missing something intangible but essential. So she decided to go looking for it . . . at sea. Six months later she had quit her job, sold the house, and was living aboard a forty-foot, thirty-ton steel trawler she rechristened Bossanova. Despite her total lack of experience, South set out on her maiden voyage—a fifteen-hundred-mile odyssey from Florida to Maine—with her one-man, two-dog crew. But what began as the fulfillment of an idle wish became a crash course in navigating the complicated byways of the self.
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“Mary South’s gutsy decision to follow her heart is truly inspiring. I admire her courageous spirit and the fortitude she exhibits in pursuing her own happiness.” (Linda Greenlaw, bestselling author of The Hungry Ocean and The Lobster Chronicles)
“Even if your idea of the open waters is a swim-up bar at the Ritz-Carlton, South’s uncluttered style and hopeful prose is charming enough to make you happy to simply float peacefully along in its wake.” (Salon.com)
“A fed-up publisher heads, via trawler, from Florida to Maine. It’s fun going along for the ride.” (People)
“A worthwhile read for anyone stuck in the workaday rut.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Engaging and lovable...Find a nice high chair and stand on it, applauding the existence of a writer and person like Mary South.” (George Saunders, author of In Persuastion Nation, Pastoralia, and CivilWarLand in Bad Decline)
“Mary South’s courage and amazing sense of adventure is proof that if you allow your strength to come out, nothing can stop you. Her book is a must for all women!” (Diane Von Furstenberg, author of Diane: A Signature Life)
“Mary South had the guts to do what many of us would love to do―throw one life overboard and see what happens next. Her story is brave and inspiring.” (Marianne Williamson, author of Illuminata)
About the Author
Mary South was a founding editor of Riverhead Books. In the course of her career, she edited an eclectic list of award-winning and bestselling books, including The South Beach Diet. When she is not aboard the Bossanova, South lives in New York City, where she is now senior editor of Yachting magazine.

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