Earle Perkins’ New Book Highlights His Life’s Journey and Adventures

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“Just Do It” provides insights and shares life lessons to readers—offering inspiration to everyone

Self control is among the great challenges of one’s soul. In each life, one does things differently—some of them inevitable, but others are just needed to be done. In author Earle Perkins’ book, Just Do It, readers will have a glimpse of his life’s journey and experiences that are filled with fun, adventure and insightful circumstances to entertain the readers.

This book is set in the British West Indies and recalls the author’s experience of building a house on a tiny island, which became a highly-publicized story among newspapers and magazines at the time. Along the way, Perkins confesses doing a lot of things differently for the sake of “doing it” just as he struggled to live decently and tried solving his daily problems. The many stories in this collection will entertain readers and even warm their hearts with emotion. Interestingly, Just Do It includes a special section called “Around the World with Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches”, which features fun travel stories that are mostly unconventional and spontaneous in presentation.

Packed with delight and excitement, this book allows readers to sail away and enjoy this collection of travel adventures.

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About the Author
Earle Perkins has written many articles for newspapers and magazines including an eleven page story about the funny and serious sides of living as a pioneer and building a house on a developing island in the Caribbean. His previous books...Drop In! Drop out? (a romance and adventure story) and Just Do It (a group of true stories about being brought up in Maine, building a house on a developing island and a quite different travel story going around the world with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches).

Just Do It * by Earle Perkins
Publication Date: July 2, 2004
Trade Paperback; $17.84; 122 pages; 978-1-4134-4410-0
Trade Hardback; $27.89; 122 pages; 978-1-4134-4411-7

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