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Linda Greenlaw was born on December 22, 1960, in Connecticut, United States.
Linda Greenlaw is a best-selling author and also a boat captain. Linda Greenlaw has written many books about her life.
Linda Greenlaw is also featured in the book and film 'The Perfect Storm'. She started as a fisherman to earn money for her education and soon got interested in it. Linda Greenlaw became the only female swordfishing captain of a boat.
Then Linda Greenlaw ventured into writing and wrote books that became best sellers. Linda Greenlaw is still fishing and writing books and plans to open a seafood line of hers.
Linda Greenlaw's net worth is between $1-5 million.
Linda Greenlaw's annual income is not known.
Linda Greenlaw has not revealed details on her height.
Linda Greenlaw is 61 years old as of July 2022
Linda Greenlaw was born on December 22, 1960, in Connecticut but grew up in Maine while spending her summers in Isle Au Haut. Linda Greenlaw was born to Jim Greenlaw and Martha Greenlaw in Connecticut. Her father was an Information Systems Manager for Bath Iron Works. She was raised in Topsham, Maine, before moving to Isle Au Haut, a village near Maine. Not much is known about her siblings.
Linda Greenlaw attended Colby College and majored in English and government. To pay for her education, she worked as a cook and as a deckhand aboard the Walter Leeman, a swordfishing boat.
Linda Greenlaw is married to Steve Wessel, a boat builder. The couple has been married since 2012.
Linda is the best-selling author for her books based on maritime themes. She is also known for being the only female captain of the swordfish boat on the American East Coast. She was also featured in the book 'The Perfect Storm' in 1997 and a film with the same name.
Linda Greenlaw was featured in the 1997 'The Perfect Storm' book and later in the film based on the book. In 1999, she began her writing journey and released many best sellers. In 1999, she wrote 'The Hungry Ocean'. In 2002, she released two more best sellers, 'The Lobster Chronicles' and 'All Fishermen Are Liars.'
She helped a teenage girl who lived on the same island as her uncle but was getting molested. Linda helped the girl enroll in school, acted as her guardian in court to protect her, and took her to counseling sessions. Later she adopted her as her daughter, and now her daughter has graduated and is happily married.
Linda is known for being a writer, and her novels are loved by many. She won the American Library Association's Alex Award in 2000. In 2003, she won the United States Maritime Literature Award and the New England Book Award in 2004 for non-fiction.
Since Linda lived by the shore, she loved to haul lobster traps as a kid. Then she began fishing and soon got very interested in it.
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