Becoming a successful writer generally demands writing about what one already knows -- or may become a quick study -- in ways which are appealing, relevant, and understandable to:
One of the twentieth century’s most outstanding novelists indeed continues to epitomize the lucrative thrill of experience-based knowledge translating into:
• Impressive customer bases;
• Writing income.
The author in question is none other than Ralph Hammond Innes (July 15, 1913 – June 10, 1998), as:
• Author of four novels adapted into films;
• Novelist of an adventure story serialized on television;
• Writer of a fiction thriller transmitted by radio.
One of the retired journalist’s most gripping narratives remains his 1956-released, sea-savvy publication, “The Wreck of the Mary Deare.”