Randall McCord’s New Book “Tales of Trade Winds, Beaches, and Blue Waters” Brings Fascinating Adventures of Laughter, Love, Family, and Friendship to Hawaii

SILVER CREEK, Ga., February 2, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Randall McCord, a writer with a forty-five year career in the logging industry, has completed his new book “Tales of Trade Winds, Beaches, and Blue Waters”: a compilation of over fifty interrelated stories during one man’s duty with the US Naval Security Grouper. Here the author brings beauty to mind and tells the story of Hawaiithe South, the military and pop culture at the time of his service.

“In this semi-biographical work, RD McCord uses fifty-two loosely related stories that document the release of a 1957 Northeast Alabama sharecropper farm for duty with the United States Naval Security Group on the island of Oahu. Coming of Age vignettes focus on Hawaii last year as a territory and first as a state. Passing through the pages, a mish-mash of twenty characters who occupied the Bravo watch at the radio station Wahiawa. For the better part of four years, young sailors have brought humor, camaraderie, romance and adventure to the island, making Navy and Hawaii a better place. The release closely coincides with the sixty-second anniversary of the Paradise Island State.”

Published by Page Publishing, Randall McCord’s fine work carries the beauty of Hawaii through many stories and adventure journeys that will make you laugh, cry and be moved by the friendship and the families these people have built.
It is a collection of tales about a place worth reading and living.

Readers who wish to discover this beautiful work can purchase “Tales of Trade Winds, Beaches, and Blue Waters” in bookstores around the world or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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