(July 26, Honolulu, HI) In this intimate portrayal of the relationship between surfing and the soul, Bear Woznick, along with cowriter Lou Aronica, shares his deep knowledge of the sport along with his spiritual vision on every page of DEEP IN THE WAVE.
An extremely accomplished waterman, Bear, who calls the sunny shores of Waikiki home, melds his decades of experience in the lineup with his own spiritual quest. Running the gauntlet of experiences a surfer can have, DEEP IN THE WAVE uses surfing as a metaphor to explain Bear's special relationship with spirituality and God.
From taking you inside the shaping bay to accompanying the author as he describes the wave of his life, Bear’s portrayal of the beauty and power of the ocean is an inspiring one that truly showcases the profound meaning surfing has had on his life. Instead of standing on the shore with our toes dug into the surf, Bear takes us into the lineup--into the impact zone--to watch and wait, and, if need be, to paddle hard to survive.
The spiritual journey described in DEEP IN THE WAVE is as exciting as the surfing and Bear keeps readers engaged every step of the way. Since the book's release in July, DEEP IN THE WAVE has become an Amazon Best Seller and has accrued critical acclaim.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Bear Woznick is the co-founder and co-president of the International Tandem Surfing Association and holder of multiple Masters World Tandem surfing titles. He is a cast member of Fuel TV's Hawaiian action adventure "Clean Break" show. He holds the rare ninja black belt, rides a Harley and plays the ukulele. He is also an oblate of the Benedictine Monastery of Oahu and presents at youth groups and other inspirational events.
Lou Aronica is a former publisher and co-author of New York Times bestseller, The Element, the national bestseller The Culture Code, and several other books.
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DEEP IN THE WAVE by Bear Woznick with Lou Aronica
Publication date: July 10, 2012, Hardcover, ISBN: 978-0-89296-829-9, 224 pages/ $19.99