The Cowboy Philosopher's unique approach to life and family


by New Day Producers

Posted on July 8, 2014 at 8:14 AM

Updated Wednesday, Jul 9 at 3:12 AM

Carew Papritz is a man who truly marches to the beat of his own drum. His life reads like a giant adventure, with one constant weaving in and out of his story: his love of writing. His newest book, "The Legacy Letters," is an ode to a father's love for his children, containing quotes, wishes and letters of inspiration and joy. The book is resonating with families everywhere, garnering rave reviews and awards.

Carew joined host Margaret Larson to chat about "The Legacy Letters" and his unique approach to life, as well as his first-ever "Wild, Wonderful and Washington 'First Evers'" book signing tour, which includes book readings and signings at unique locations like: aboard a Washington State Ferry, atop a volcano, and while kayaking, to name just a few.

Carew Papritz signs copies of The Legacy Letters while kayaking. (Photo: Carew Papritz)

Carew is also doing a number of more "traditional" book signings:

Barnes & Noble (Downtown Seattle--Pacific Place)--  Tuesday, July 8, (2-3p.m.)
The Edgewater Hotel (Seattle)-- Tuesday, July 8 (4-6p.m.)
Barnes & Noble (Bellevue)-- Wednesday, July 9 (6:30-8:30p.m.)
Costco (Federal Way)-- Friday, July 11 (1:30-3:30p.m.)

University Bookstore-- Friday July 11 (7-8p.m.)

Costco (Issaquah)-- Saturday, July 12 (12:30-2:30p.m.)

Costco (Covington)--Saturday, July 19 (11:30- 1:30 p.m.)
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