A Forum for Discussions among Voyagers and Others related to the 38th Voyage of the Charles W. Morgan
From: Lucy Bellwood
Date: 2016 Jun 09, 15:15 +0000
Thanks, Veronica! Glad you liked it.
On Sun, Jun 5, 2016 at 6:04 PM Veronica Lawlor <NoReply_Lawlor@fer3.com> wrote:
Hi Lucy,Loved the comic about your voyage! Brought the memories back to me.Enjoy the tour and best of luck with your new book.Best Regards,Veronica LawlorPS If you're interested, you can read about my voyage in my blog posts, here:Part one: http://www.veronicalawlor.com/?p=1767Part two: http://www.veronicalawlor.com/?p=1822Part three: http://www.veronicalawlor.com/?p=1913The images are small since we updated our blogs and I haven't adjuster them yet, but you'll get the idea!Greetings, Fellow Voyagers!I hope this finds you all well. As a refresher, I came aboard the Morgan to produce this comic, and have since continued my dual career as tall ship sailor and cartoonist.I'm writing because I'm out on the East Coast touring to promote my new book, Baggywrinkles: a Lubber's Guide to Life at Sea, and realized it's very likely that some of you might be a) interested and b) in the area!Baggywrinkles is a collection of nonfiction comics about maritime history and my time aboard tall ships, and I'm THRILLED to be bringing it to the East Coast. I'll be in Mystic TOMORROW (Sunday June 5th) at 1pm signing at Bank Square Books.I realize this is rather short notice, so if any of you are near Boston, New York, D.C., or Ann Arbor, I would be delighted to catch up with you further on in the tour. You can find details of all the tour stops in these cities here. (I've also attached the the tour poster if that's of use.)Thanks for taking a look! If you'd like a peek at the book there's a PDF edition of it right here.Fair winds,Lucy