ABOUT COREY SANDLER
Bestselling author Corey Sandler has been a storyteller all his life. He began as a reporter for a small-town daily paper and went on to cover two national Presidential campaigns and become a correspondent for The Associated Press.
He has written more than 250 books on history, sports, travel, computers, and business; several titles have become national bestsellers. He has appeared as a guest on NBC’s “Today” show, CNN, National Public Radio, and The Travel Channel.
One of Sandler’s books, “Henry Hudson: Dreams and Obsession”, tells the tragic story of the New World’s least understood explorer. In two years of research by ship, bush plane and canoe, Sandler retraced Hudson’s four voyages to Norway and the frozen ice barrier of the North Pole, his exploration of the Hudson River and his final trip into northern Canada where he was set adrift by his crew to die.
“Watching Baseball”, written with former Boston Red Sox star and current broadcaster Jerry Remy was a runaway bestseller in 2004, the year the Red Sox finally broke the Curse of the Bambino and won the World Series.
His web portal is at www.coreysandler.com
There you can learn about his books and photos.
And there’s also a website of recent photos at https://sway.office.com/MNRSZ0hFKzIsqslx?ref=Link
Sandler has worked with the world’s leading luxury cruise lines for many years, lecturing in the Baltic, Mediterranean, far northern Norway and the Arctic, Central and South America, the North Atlantic, and the Canadian Maritimes.
A dedicated world traveler, Sandler has an eye for unusual connections between people, places, and events. An accomplished photographer, he illustrates his lectures with pictures taken in some of the most famous and most obscure places on earth.
He and his wife Janice lived for three decades on the island of Nantucket, off the coast of Massachusetts. They now live along the harbor of Boston.
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