Fiction rules the waves; new release Family Sailaway by Derek Curzon, published March 2017, London

Another of my wonderful authors, Derek Curzon, launched his book virtually, at the March AuthorCraft event at the Institute of Directors, London, live via Skype from his home in Preston, Lancashire!Publisher Chris with Derek on-screen

Family Sailaway is the second in the Sailaway Trilogy and starts six months after the original book, Surprise Sailaway.

The book tells the story of Sarah and Paul’s blossoming and their adventures on the high seas of cruising holidays. Sarah receives a flyer from CZN cruises and when they visit her aunt and uncle at Christmas, a weeks cruise is discussed, planned and booked. This time the ship is bigger, the cruise longer and with a hurricane brewing close by, there could be rough seas ahead. Sarah’s cousin Megan is also on board and as a young and single female, who knows what she’ll get up to!

With other families trying to enjoy themselves on board and interacting with Sarah and her group, what kind of cruise will they have? And what is going on with a fellow passenger who Megan has befriended and Sarah seems to know who behaving strangely?

Derek’s book was published on 10th March 2017. Family Sailaway is 198 pages long and costs £9.99. It is available to buy from Amazon, all good book shops, and the Filament bookshop. It is also available to pre-order on Kindle.

Derek’s website is: www.sailaway.voyage where you can also enjoy his Nautical Nights blog.

Derek Curzon first book Surprise Sailaway was released in 2015, the first in a planner trilogy, the Sailaway Trilogy.

Born and raised in Dundee, Scotland, he studied accountancy before joining RBS in 1989. He has worked in accountancy, financial services and customer services.

Derek’s first cruise was his honeymoon in 2005. After his fifth cruise in 2013, he decided to write about his experiences. This soon expanded to include characters, plots and his first book.

In 2012, he came second in a competition run by P&O to describe cruise experiences. He has written an article about cruising published in 50 Plus Magazine. He writes a weekly, fictional cruise blog, Nautical Nights, which takes a humorous look at life aboard a cruise ship and the activities of the crew and passengers. Extracts can be found at the back of the book. 

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