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ISBN-13: 9780986328916
Publisher: D.D. Corbitt
Publication date: 12/15/2014
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

D.D. Corbitt is a former award-winning journalist, journalism adviser and American history teacher from South Florida. Corbitt graduated from Miami-Dade College (AA), University of Miami (BSC) and Nova Southeastern University (MS) She spent eight years living and traveling aboard her sailboat the s.v. I & I based in Tavernier, Florida. A self-proclaimed "child of the swamp," she spent her teens in the Everglades and the South Florida backwaters. An avid scuba diver, she is a former Instructor, Divemaster and holds certifications in underwater archaeology, habitat diving, wreck diving, among others. She assisted in mapping and cataloging the 1715 Spanish shipwreck the Populo in Biscayne National Park in the 1980s.
Corbitt is a frequent traveler to The Bahamas and several Caribbean islands.
Today she is "between boats" and divides her time between her home in Naples, Florida and the Florida Keys. She is the proud mother of one grown son and proud mentor to several former students. She shares her living space with her Irish setter, Riley and Bombay black cat, LuckyCat (who bites).
Her guilty pleasures include riding her Softail Deluxe Harley-Davidson, walking and camping in the swamp, needlepoint and stitching, reading history books and spending as much time as possible in, under and on the ocean.

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