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Join 5 time award-winning author Carew Papritz as he signs copies of his best selling inspirational book “The Legacy Letters” at Covington Wine Cellars. Dont miss the “Stomp & Sign”- The First-Ever Book Signing While Stomping Grapes!
Covington Cellars in Woodinville, WA
Thursday October 19, 2017 from 5:00-6:30 pm
Don’t miss out on the fun!
“I Dream Of This Not Happening”, a poem written by Carew- Standing with the Victims of the Las Vegas Massacre
Such an overwhelming flood of emotion when faced with so much unnecessary loss. I stand by the victims and their loved ones during this dark time. These words are conveyed from the deepest sadness in my heart.
June 21, 2017
June 21, 2017
Ed Tyll Show
June 23, 2017
Kellys Thoughts on Things
May 24, 2017
Heck of a Bunch
June 15, 2017
Niecysims And Nestlings
Carew Papritz is shedding light on this new trend by asking the big questions about family, life, love, and legacy.
Following his high school days, back when traveling and road trips started the path for self discovery and adventure, Carew set off on his Gap Year to pursue his dream of being an author.
A key ingredient to Carew’s Gap Year was to follow his passions. He went to Norway and trained with members of the Norwegian Junior Olympic Team because of his goal to become a US Olympic cross-country skier—and he still speaks Norwegian! He undertook an epic journey from Norway to Lebanon to work as a freelance reporter writing about the war in Lebanon. Along the way, he met the Pope in person, fell madly in love at the Trevi fountain, hitch-hiked through Turkey and Syria, and eventually landed in the middle of the Lebanese war. His two months there were profound, as he encountered life and death situations daily. He returned to Norway, living out the rest of the summer in a goat herder’s cabin up in the mountains, writing about the war and tending to the local goats.
Listen here as he talks to Kara Ro about his perspective on the subject.
Carew had the privilege of being a guest on NPR Radio and talking about his amazing experience in Cuba. He was the first author to do a book signing there since the death of Castro and he shares his insight about the new Cuba.