Burl Ellis


The author, has lived in six countries on five continents, and now lives in Australia. Having spent most of his life in development and project management in the construction industry, he is now semi-retired. He is a passionate environmentalist who's had part of a 'tread lightly' manual published as a series of articles in a number of Sydney newspapers and was the founder and CEO, respectively, of the innovative Ecological Restoration Foundation, and ecotourism company, Oz Naturally Limited. Currently, his primary purpose in writing has been to come to terms with his lifelong struggle with an inherited bi-polar disorder (manic depression) and to articulate this to his daughters and others who might benefit from hearing his story. 'Yohanta' is part of a more comprehensive autobiographical book that is to be published shortly.


Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 31,830. Language: British English. Published: July 16, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » Essays & Travelogues
Yohanta is a revelation. It is the story of a sailing boat, from its conception to the realisation of a dream. It is also a metaphor of transformation that provided its author with catharsis and redemption from a repeating cycle of manic depression. "Building Yohanta was like reassembling my own psyche in a more mindful form. Sailing her was awakening to new realms of being."

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