Since its initial publication in November of 1999, Six Mornings on Sanibel has become a Florida classic. This engaging tale of the accidental meeting of two strangers on the Sanibel Fishing pier has touched the hearts of thousands of readers. It is currently selling through its seventh printing and continues to be a best selling title for Indigo Press, LLC.
The story takes place almost entirely on the Sanibel Island fishing pier where Carl Johnson, a wise, retired fishing guide from Sanibel, and Richard Evans, a young, stressed-out divorce attorney from Peoria, meet by serendipity during Richard’s one week stay on the island. Together these two men share far more than snook runs and cold Cokes during their six mornings together. They share tales of love, suicide and heroism. this story is about knowing when it’s time to die and when it’s time to start living again. It is about something rare in this hurried age: wisdom.
With a four star rating by more than 40 reader reviews on Amazon and more than a hundred reader reviews on Good Reads this title has literally changed the lives of many of its readers over the two decades it has now been in print. A touching human interest tale of love and loss that has a timeless quality to it keeps it relevant through the ages. This book is also available as an e-book on numerous platforms including Kindle, Apple Books, nook and several other leading e-book distributers.
ISBN: 978-0-9676199-5-8 / Original Publication date: 1999 / List price: $13.95 / Website price: $10.00 including tax, plus $5.00 shipping and handling (note: we only ship at this price to the lower 48 States).