Jake Anderson's New Autobiography, RELAPSE, Now Available Worldwide
Already a #1 Amazon Best Seller in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada
May 02, 2014 --
SEATTLE, May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With the tenth season of the popular television series Deadliest Catch now airing, Jake Anderson of the F/V Northwestern announces the worldwide release of his autobiography, Relapse.
A fourth generation fisherman, Jake Anderson grew up in the rich fishing environment of Anacortes, Washington. At age seventeen, Jake began salmon fishing in Bristol Bay, Alaska, and by the age of twenty-five he was crab fishing in the heart of the Bering Sea. Soon after, Jake became a deckhand on the Northwestern and joined the popular TV series Deadliest Catch. As an integral part of the show, Jake is known for his hardworking nature that has allowed him to evolve from greenhorn to licensed captain.
Aside from fishing, Jake has a harrowing story that has yet to be told. As an avid skateboarder, Jake aspired to become a professional until he was sidelined by injury, drug addiction, and homelessness. After relentlessly battling back, he was then confronted with the untimely losses of his sister, father, and mentor, Phil Harris. But with depth and maturity, Jake persevered. In his debut book, Relapse, Jake serves as an inspiration as he candidly shares his private journey to overcome tragedy.
Relapse is available in paperback ($18.99) and e-book ($8.99) worldwide through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. For more information about this #1 best-selling book, please visit http://www.amazon.com/author/jakeanderson. For updates on book signings and upcoming appearances follow Jake on Twitter @JakeVAnderson.
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