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December 05, 2008

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Michelle

This is an awesome children's Christmas book buy a local author and long time journalist. Check out the blog to see comments about the book. www.atreeschristmas.com/blog. You want to interview this guy while he is still available!

Lena

How can I submit a book to you for possible review? It's called "Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife"

About the Author:

A native of upstate New York, after graduating from The Johns Hopkins University in 1976, Michele moved to Portland, Oregon to attend law school at Lewis & Clark. She has practiced law on the Oregon Coast for almost 30 years.

In her legal career, Michele has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial fishermen and their associations.

In the world of fisheries and oceans, Michele serves on the Board of Directors of the North Pacific Research Board, and, as a two-term Presidential appointee, is a Commissioner with the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

Michele and her husband, Bob Eder, make their home in Newport, Oregon, where they raised two sons, Ben and Dylan. Bob has been an owner-operator of commercial fishing vessels for over 30 years, catching Dungeness crab and sablefish. Michele has been an active partner in the family fishing business.

Involved in both professional and community associations, Michele's interests have centered around those groups that contribute to the support of families and children, such as the YMCA and Newport Fishermen’s Wives. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Newport Library Foundation.

About the Book:

In 2000, Michele Longo Eder began a journal to record what daily life was like for her while her husband and sons were out commercial fishing off the coasts of Oregon, Washington, and northern California. But personal tragedy struck just before Christmas 2001. This book is an offer of healing to her family, her community, and to fishing families everywhere. www.saltinourblood.com

Lena

How can I submit a book to you for possible review? It's called "Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife"

About the Author:

A native of upstate New York, after graduating from The Johns Hopkins University in 1976, Michele moved to Portland, Oregon to attend law school at Lewis & Clark. She has practiced law on the Oregon Coast for almost 30 years.

In her legal career, Michele has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial fishermen and their associations.

In the world of fisheries and oceans, Michele serves on the Board of Directors of the North Pacific Research Board, and, as a two-term Presidential appointee, is a Commissioner with the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

Michele and her husband, Bob Eder, make their home in Newport, Oregon, where they raised two sons, Ben and Dylan. Bob has been an owner-operator of commercial fishing vessels for over 30 years, catching Dungeness crab and sablefish. Michele has been an active partner in the family fishing business.

Involved in both professional and community associations, Michele's interests have centered around those groups that contribute to the support of families and children, such as the YMCA and Newport Fishermen’s Wives. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Newport Library Foundation.

About the Book:

In 2000, Michele Longo Eder began a journal to record what daily life was like for her while her husband and sons were out commercial fishing off the coasts of Oregon, Washington, and northern California. But personal tragedy struck just before Christmas 2001. This book is an offer of healing to her family, her community, and to fishing families everywhere. www.saltinourblood.com

Lena

How can I submit a book to you for possible review? It's called "Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife"

About the Author:

A native of upstate New York, after graduating from The Johns Hopkins University in 1976, Michele moved to Portland, Oregon to attend law school at Lewis & Clark. She has practiced law on the Oregon Coast for almost 30 years.

In her legal career, Michele has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial fishermen and their associations.

In the world of fisheries and oceans, Michele serves on the Board of Directors of the North Pacific Research Board, and, as a two-term Presidential appointee, is a Commissioner with the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

Michele and her husband, Bob Eder, make their home in Newport, Oregon, where they raised two sons, Ben and Dylan. Bob has been an owner-operator of commercial fishing vessels for over 30 years, catching Dungeness crab and sablefish. Michele has been an active partner in the family fishing business.

Involved in both professional and community associations, Michele's interests have centered around those groups that contribute to the support of families and children, such as the YMCA and Newport Fishermen’s Wives. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Newport Library Foundation.

About the Book:

In 2000, Michele Longo Eder began a journal to record what daily life was like for her while her husband and sons were out commercial fishing off the coasts of Oregon, Washington, and northern California. But personal tragedy struck just before Christmas 2001. This book is an offer of healing to her family, her community, and to fishing families everywhere. www.saltinourblood.com

Lena

How can I submit a book to you for possible review? It's called "Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife"

About the Author:

A native of upstate New York, after graduating from The Johns Hopkins University in 1976, Michele moved to Portland, Oregon to attend law school at Lewis & Clark. She has practiced law on the Oregon Coast for almost 30 years.

In her legal career, Michele has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial fishermen and their associations.

In the world of fisheries and oceans, Michele serves on the Board of Directors of the North Pacific Research Board, and, as a two-term Presidential appointee, is a Commissioner with the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

Michele and her husband, Bob Eder, make their home in Newport, Oregon, where they raised two sons, Ben and Dylan. Bob has been an owner-operator of commercial fishing vessels for over 30 years, catching Dungeness crab and sablefish. Michele has been an active partner in the family fishing business.

Involved in both professional and community associations, Michele's interests have centered around those groups that contribute to the support of families and children, such as the YMCA and Newport Fishermen’s Wives. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Newport Library Foundation.

About the Book:

In 2000, Michele Longo Eder began a journal to record what daily life was like for her while her husband and sons were out commercial fishing off the coasts of Oregon, Washington, and northern California. But personal tragedy struck just before Christmas 2001. This book is an offer of healing to her family, her community, and to fishing families everywhere. www.saltinourblood.com

Lena

How can I submit a book to you for possible review? It's called "Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife"

About the Author:

A native of upstate New York, after graduating from The Johns Hopkins University in 1976, Michele moved to Portland, Oregon to attend law school at Lewis & Clark. She has practiced law on the Oregon Coast for almost 30 years.

In her legal career, Michele has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial fishermen and their associations.

In the world of fisheries and oceans, Michele serves on the Board of Directors of the North Pacific Research Board, and, as a two-term Presidential appointee, is a Commissioner with the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

Michele and her husband, Bob Eder, make their home in Newport, Oregon, where they raised two sons, Ben and Dylan. Bob has been an owner-operator of commercial fishing vessels for over 30 years, catching Dungeness crab and sablefish. Michele has been an active partner in the family fishing business.

Involved in both professional and community associations, Michele's interests have centered around those groups that contribute to the support of families and children, such as the YMCA and Newport Fishermen’s Wives. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Newport Library Foundation.

About the Book:

In 2000, Michele Longo Eder began a journal to record what daily life was like for her while her husband and sons were out commercial fishing off the coasts of Oregon, Washington, and northern California. But personal tragedy struck just before Christmas 2001. This book is an offer of healing to her family, her community, and to fishing families everywhere. www.saltinourblood.com

Lena

How can I submit a book to you for possible review? It's called "Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife"

About the Author:

A native of upstate New York, after graduating from The Johns Hopkins University in 1976, Michele moved to Portland, Oregon to attend law school at Lewis & Clark. She has practiced law on the Oregon Coast for almost 30 years.

In her legal career, Michele has represented a wide variety of clients, including commercial fishermen and their associations.

In the world of fisheries and oceans, Michele serves on the Board of Directors of the North Pacific Research Board, and, as a two-term Presidential appointee, is a Commissioner with the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.

Michele and her husband, Bob Eder, make their home in Newport, Oregon, where they raised two sons, Ben and Dylan. Bob has been an owner-operator of commercial fishing vessels for over 30 years, catching Dungeness crab and sablefish. Michele has been an active partner in the family fishing business.

Involved in both professional and community associations, Michele's interests have centered around those groups that contribute to the support of families and children, such as the YMCA and Newport Fishermen’s Wives. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Newport Library Foundation.

About the Book:

In 2000, Michele Longo Eder began a journal to record what daily life was like for her while her husband and sons were out commercial fishing off the coasts of Oregon, Washington, and northern California. But personal tragedy struck just before Christmas 2001. This book is an offer of healing to her family, her community, and to fishing families everywhere.

Lena

Ooops! I'm having system issues, clearly, I can see there are about 10 entries for this comment. I'm so sorry. Is there a way for me to remove the duplications? Again, I'm so sorry about that.

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