The Recently Published Book, "Southerners Do Not Row" by Scott Collins, Finds a Home on Rowers' and other Athletes' Shelves

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The author of "Southerners Do Not Row" shares many of the comments and reviews of his new book.

The recently published book, "Southerners Do Not Row", has received exciting reviews from rowers all over. The book humorously details the experiences of a middle-aged boomer starting his first year of rowing. Below are examples of the comments the author has received about his book.

From Ivy League University grads-
Despite the author's lack of a quality Northeastern university degree, he has still been able to spin a highly readable and enjoyable yarn.

From former collegiate erg beasts-
Your erg scores suck.

From former international team rowers and coaches-
Good book best shared with a lager. You taught me a couple of new English slang words also.

From other Southern rowers-
Yankees have better rowers, but we have better venues.

From current coaches-
I would rather read your book than watch you scull.

From boat reps-
A new boat is not going to solve the rowing problems described in your book.

From current team mates-
I have never heard you string more than two sentences together. How could you write a book?

Join the excitement and get your copy of "Southerners Do Not Row" by Scott Collins at Amazon.com. Introduction is by gold and silver medal Olympic rower, Xeno Muller.

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