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Good Reads for Wind-Still Sailing Days

Weather predictions are making it quite easy to plan your sailing trips perfectly.  You can choose days where you would like to enjoy sipping champagne as the sun set’s on the horizon when the sea is calm and the wind is still or you can pack for a rough day of extreme sailing when the wind is strong and the sea is rough.  But even the best of seamen and the best of weather forecasters are wrong about the sea weather every now and then.  If you are experiencing a sudden wind-still day for which you didn’t plan then there isn’t much you can do on the sea other than stare into the depths of blue.  A few good reads on your tab will give you something great to do while you relax or enjoy a tan during these quiet days.

Good political reads

If you haven’t heard of the name Mark Dubowitz yet then you definitely need to read more news feeds.  Dubowitz have been making headlines everywhere because his advice is influencing many of the major decisions made in parliament.  Dubowitz is a sanctions expert and CEO of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.  He is also a tutor and writer and his work greatly contributes to the peace and safety of America.

Good Reads for Wind-Still Sailing Days

Read the latest newsfeeds

It is always good to brush up on the latest news for both your home town and for your country in general.  American News is one of the best Facebook pages to follow for all the major political news.  The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Denver Post and USA Today are just a few of the top U.S. newspapers on Facebook that you can also check out for all the latest news.

Read a good book

Reading is always a great way to relax.  If you haven’t had the time to read a good book then a wind-still day on the sea is the perfect occasion.  Here are the current top selling books that you can definitely consider for your reads;

Into the Water by Paula Hawkins – Read this book and find out why so many people cannot wait to devour this 400 page psychological thriller.

Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann – This 352 page book is considered the best book of the year thus far because it consists of a true-life murder mystery of the Indian Nation.

Option B by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant – Sheryl Sandberg is a New York Times bestselling author and once again outdid herself with this remarkable book that helps people recover after tragedies.

Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn – Flynn is best known for the blockbuster hit Gone Girl and other books and her latest book is definitely one of the top reads to consider for your sailing trip.

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriaty – This book is now an HBO limited series and stars popular actresses like Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon and is about three mothers that build their lives around lies that soon backfire.

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