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Sons and Daughters of the Ocean

Mills, Kevin C.

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ISBN 10: 1442183896 / ISBN 13: 9781442183896
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2009
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Title: Sons and Daughters of the Ocean

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2009

Book Condition:Fair

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Brooks Harbor is a small seaside village along the Maine coast. A close proximity to the sea defines it. Lives revolve around the age of sail and the fortunes of the sea. Villagers are merchant mariners, crew or shipbuilders. If one doesn't live directly off the ocean, they depend upon it or profit from it. Among the next generation of these Brooks Harbor natives are Sammy Jones, Albert Miller and Sarah Dyer. They are offspring of that environment. The coast impacts their young lives each day, but it is about to determine their future in ways they never expect. Sons and Daughters of the Ocean is the first novel from Kevin C. Mills, an award-winning journalist. His ancestors were part of Maine's rich maritime history. This tale is based loosely on that family history.

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Kevin C. Mills has been an award-winning journalist for over 20 years. During his career he has written for the Lewiston Sun Journal, The Boston Globe, The Portland Press Herald and the Lynn Daily Evening Item, as well as freelancing for various newspapers and magazines. He has been recognized multiple times by the Maine Press Association, the New England Press Association, the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches and the Maine Athletic Administrator's Association. In addition to his work as a journalist, he has researched and published a book on his family history and the life of his grandfather. He has covered sporting events from high school to the professional levels, including being an American Hockey League beat writer for 10 years and a sailing writer in Marblehead, Mass. Mills has been recognized numerous times by the Maine Press Association and New England Press Association including the Weekend Sports Feature of the Year in 1993, 2001 and 2002 and the Daily Sports Feature of the Year in 2007. The New England Press Association recognized his work in the Sports Feature category in 2001. Mills is a descendant of lighthouse keepers, shipbuilders and merchant mariners. Two of his ancestors, poetess Celia Thaxter and maritime author George S. Wasson, are integral parts of Maine's early literary heritage.

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