BRAD ALAN LEWIS
author of ASSAULT ON LAKE CASITAS, an Olympic gold-medal rowing saga
Brad Pitt? Ah, no.
EVERY NOW AND THEN.
Sunset, summit of Mt. Whitney - 14,495 feet. Outstanding view. Spending the night on the summit is a good reminder that the best things in life are free (or very reasonably priced).
A few years back I took a job coaching the men's crew at U.C. Santa Barbara. That, as it turned out, was a Class 7 mistake. Click on the book above to find out more.
ASSAULT ON LAKE CASITAS
Olympic gold medal rowing book
To learn about Assault on Lake Casitas, click on the gold medal below. (Why is my gold medal so tarnished and worn? Because, over the last 32-odd years, 1,343,675 school kids have held it in their hands, hung it around their necks, dropped it, played with it - exactly as I have wanted. A gold medal left in a box is a complete waste in my humble opinion.
Lido for Time: 14:39
If you liked Assault, you might be interested in Lido for Time: 14:39. Click the book cover above to learn more.
A Fine Balance
The subject of my documentary is the U.S. men's 8-oared crew that competed at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. Click on the photo to learn more.
97-minute rowing documentary on DVD
This is my latest book. It's fun. It's fiction. It is for adults only. Click on the book's cover to learn more.
The Last Car
a High Sierra adventure book
This is my all-time favorite literary work. Click on the cover to find out more.
click on any book cover to visit the fun-with-words page
Walking Towards Thunder
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