Oh no, I started a story that wasn't complete I swore I would never do that again.
I have just "caught up" with what you have written so far on Circumnavigation and thank you. I have not been in the boating world for a few years and have enjoyed the trip down memory lane of those wonderful adventures. Now I am simple frustrated because I did not notice that it was a work in progress before I started down this adventure. I hope you have a auto-responder for those of us that want the rest of the story.
Just a note that chapter 60 does not load correctly and it makes it very hard to read, that is on Explorer, I did not try it on another browser.
I have really enjoyed your characters and their banter. Some of the particulars' of the story I automatically rejected out of hand while reading, and chalked it up to the fiction writing community as a whole. Your details of regions, history's and boating technical descriptions have been great.
I see the advantages of publishing one chapter at a time and I also now see the disadvantages. A book that would be put together and then edited would lend it's self to better editing and less duplication in the story line while this type of publishing gives you a lot of latitude for good story writing.
Thanks again for your story and I await the continuation of all the characters. Tim