My fourth book, HOW SEATTLE BECAME A BIG-LEAGUE SPORTS TOWN: FROM GEORGE WILSON TO RUSSELL WILSON, is a new release by Seattle’s Fairgreens Publishing. It’s the consummate Seattle sports bible. It’s gritty. It’s all about the city’s heroes and scandal-makers. It’s 100 stories and more than 200 photos. It’s got a definitive Where Are They Now theme made popular in my time (1980-2009) as a Seattle Post-Intelligencer sports writer. In subtle fashion, it’s a personal memoir. It’ll be a talker for sure. Learn about the UW contract-hit proposal, the cocaine moment at the Rose Bowl and the Sonics’ Sharon Stone-like courtside tease. Want to purchase a book? Go to www.fairgreenspublishing.com and we’ll make that happen. You can order here as well. Or you also can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Facebook or Twitter (danraley1) and I’ll sell you the book, sign it and personally deliver it. It will be in the bookstores very soon, beginning with University of Washington book stores. Social media sales have been nothing short of amazing. Astounding even. We fully anticipate selling out the first run. Don’t delay in obtaining a copy.