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Tides Of Fortune Box Set “A gripping tale of pirate adventure off the coast of 19th Century Florida!” A thrilling high-seas adventure series from renowned storyteller Steven Becker. Today the box set of all three books in the Tides of Fortune series is available. Includes Pirate, The Wreck of the Ten Sail, and Haitian Gold. Available in Kindle

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Book 3 in the Tides of Fortune series – OUT NOW

Ching Shih was the Chinese prostitute who became one of the most powerful female pirates of her time through her control of the Red Flag Fleet. Under her command, the fleet grew and became one of the most organized system of businesses on the seas. With huge resources, she had (for a short time) the power to rival any government in the world. Little is known about Ching Shih’s early life apart… Read More

Haiti, an island nation that has suffered much in its existence, manages to thrive as a cultural and historical treasure trove, with its unique and varied lifestyle of its peoples, their cultures, and the deep history one can feel when they arrive. Of the many sights beckoning you, no visit to Haiti would be complete should you be so unfortunate as to miss out on see the largest fortress in the Americas…. Read More

In 1803, the first ruler of Haiti created a new flag. He ripped out the white stripe in the French red, white and blue flag and proclaimed to the world that he would rip white people from the nation. The remaining blue and red stripes would forever be known as the flag of Haiti. That man was Jean-Jacques Dessalines, the first ruler of Haiti. Born in 1758, in Africa, Jean-Jacques Dessalines was… Read More

Haiti has been blessed with fleeting moments of glory. From its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1492, it was one of the first islands in the New World to be settled by the Spanish. Between 1492 and 1550, the indigenous culture of the Taino Indians disappeared, and the island became a lawless pocket in the Spanish empire, populated by all manner of castaways, pirates, buccaneers and fortune seekers. When the French used… Read More