Steven C. Levi is a 45-year resident of Alaska. He has more than 80 books in print or on kindle. For nonfiction, he specializes in Alaskan history, primarily aviation and the Alaska Gold Rush. For fiction, he concentrates on impossible crimes, sagas where the detective must figure out HOW a crime was committed before he can capture the perpetrators.
Early Alaska pioneers Dorothy and Grenold Collins managed to create a financial bonanza by engineering their working schedules into the ultimate vacation. And, although they died in the 1990s, their story is not only a good read, but provides an excellent formula for those with similar goals.