Seahawks fan publishing book recapping 2013 season
Seahawks super fan Mark Tye Turner will be publishing his second Seahawks book when Seattle Seahawks Super Season is released on Aug.12.
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The book will be a detailed account of Seattle’s Super Bowl-winning season, based on a journal Turner kept throughout the season, ﬁlled with his commentary, predictions and thoughts before and after each game.
Turner’s book will be released following the success of his highly-acclaimed Notes From a 12 Man: A Truly Biased History of the Seattle Seahawks, published in 2009.
That book received rave reviews from various readers, including Seahawks legend Steve Largent.
Largent said this of the book:
"Notes from a 12 Man is a fan’s account of the long and storied history of the Seattle Seahawks from Jack Patera, Bill the Beer Man, Kenny Easley, and Efren Herrera to Matt Hasselbeck.…Over the years, I have seen numerous attempts at presenting the Seahawks history in writing. But there have not been any done as well as Notes from a 12 Man. I found myself reading the text and alternately laughing, crying, cringing, and shouting out loud!"
Seattle Seahawks Super Season is also shaping up to be a great read.
In addition to recapping Seattle’s season, the book will also have stories and anecdotes from throughout the team’s 38-year history, according to its official press release.
Seattle Seahawks Super Season is published by Sasquatch Books and will be $16.95 to purchase. It is 160 pages with an eight-page color insert and will be available at most stores and online websites, including Amazon.
Turner is an Emmy Award–winning television writer/producer who was born and raised in the Seattle area and has been a 12th Man “ever since the Seahawks ﬁrst lit up the Kingdome in 1976,” according to his bio. He currently lives in Los Angeles.