No two publishing projects are the same

Seapoint Books takes pride in finding innovative ways to produce and market books.

Why Publish With Seapoint Books + Media?

“No Two Book Projects are the Same” That’s been our guiding principle for more than a decade.

To us, it means that every book is different in design, editing, and marketing.

Here at award-winning Seapoint Books + Media there is no cookie-cutter approach to publishing. We are author-centric and market-focused. Our authors and clients are involved in every stage of the editing and design. It is not unusual for us to exchange a hundred or more emails with the author during the editing and design process. Every book is presented to our sales force with sales handles, advance reviews, author biographies and marketing tips.

Our books are available on internet sites including Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, and through all book stores and major distributors.

Why not get in touch with us about your book idea?

 

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Dick Carter Yacht Designer

Dick Carter Yacht Designer

Dick Carter, the enfant terrible of ocean racing the in 1960s and 1970s suddenly disappeared from sailboat racing is 1975. Many of his colleagues thought he had died. Dick Carter has now reemerged with the definitive autobiography of sailboat racing in that period, one of the most productive and innovative eras. See Dick Carter Yacht Designer website.

Sailor for the Wild

Sailor for the Wild

“As one of Maine’s pioneers for the land trust movement, Ben Emory’s historical perspective in Sailor for the Wild is both enlightening and entertaining . . . An admirable accomplishment and nicely written.”
—Anthony Irving, Preservation Chair, Lyme (CT) Land Conservation Trust and ocean sailor

Bonding With Nature

The Schooner Maggie B

“What a charming book! I had admired Maggie B from afar, thought her one of Nigel Irens' most intriguing designs, and was heartbroken when she was destroyed. Here her owner brings her fully back to life, shares the ups and downs of a challenging circumnavigation via the Horn, drops many valuable hints on bluewater voyaging, and puts us aboard right beside him.”
—Charles J. Doane, Cruising Editor, SAIL Magazine

Bonding With Nature

Bonding With Nature

“clear and authoritative . . . the scope is impressive, encompassing flora and fauna . . . recreation in protected areas, and stories of those who found creative ways of interacting with nature during challenging times.”
—Senator George J. Mitchell, recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, former Senate Majority Leader, and Chairman of the Senate Committee on the Environment

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