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Click the link, buy your ticket, and mark your calendar. November 26th at 6pm Eastern time. This is gonna be a lot of fun, y'all! Eric Stone will be performing his greatest hits album live. For $10, you can watch the show live (connect your big flat screen, it's HD), and receive a free download of his CD, and the DVD.

Eric, who used to own Dockside in Marathon and has more CDs recorded than I have books, will finally be appearing as himself, along with wife Kim, in my upcoming Rising Fury.

So, watch the concert, support local trop-rock music, and get a feel for Eric's sound for when you read about him playing at the Rusty Anchor.

Also, stay tuned here. In three weeks I'll be hanging out with Eric, Cruising Outpost's own Bob Bitchin, and Pyrate Radio's Dan Horn. These are some salty world cruisers y'all. Why are we gonna be hanging out with these boat bums? For one thing, we'll be at the 40th annual St. Petersburg Boat Show. Secondly, Eric's playing there. And thirdly, it's the LAUNCH OF PYRATE RADIO!! Live at the boat show!
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Earlier today, I went past the halfway mark in the planned length of the Rising Fury manuscript. This is when momentum starts picking up. It's all downhill from here.
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Tonight's dinner is gonna have to have a little red pepper icon next to it in the cookbook. Extremely delicious jerk chicken tacos, but they were a little on the hot side, with two teaspoons of cayenne powder. I put it at a 7 for heat. ... See MoreSee Less

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Greta's latest creation, jerk beef patties, with Caribbean cole slaw. This cookbook writing thing is pretty dang fun! ... See MoreSee Less

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Another hit! Greta and I made Jamaican jerk burgers tonight. The sauce was awesome and deserves its own page in the cookbook. We're going to name it after Rufus's mama, but need to come up with a suitable name. "Mama Something's Crawler Sauce." We have some left over, so we'll use it on Jamaican pork sandwiches next.

The burgers were dusted with jerk seasoning, grilled, then covered with this pineapple pepper sauce Greta found a recipe for. Then the burger is garnished with lettuce and red pepper and mango slices.

I know, it sounds weird, mixing spicy peppers with sweet mango and pineapple. But, man! An explosion of flavors.
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Wayne Stinnett
is an American novelist and a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Between those careers, he's worked as a deckhand, commercial fisherman, Dive Master, taxi driver, construction manager, and truck driver, among many other things. He lives on one of the Sea Islands of the South Carolina Lowcountry, near Parris Island, with his wife and their youngest daughter. They also have three grown children, five grandchildren, three dogs and a whole flock of parakeets. He grew up in Melbourne, Florida and has also lived in the Florida Keys, the Bahamas, and Cozumel, Mexico. 

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