Martin Dugard (author)

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Martin Dugard
Born Template:Pugglend age
Maine
Residence Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Nationality American
Occupation Author
Website http://www.martindugard.com

Martin Dugard (born June 1, 1961 in Maine) is an American author living in Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, California. He and his wife have three sons.

Dugard began writing professionally in 1988.[citation needed] Bored by an unfulfilling corporate marketing job, he began writing articles for endurance sports magazines such as Competitor and Runner's World in the mornings and on weekends.[citation needed] In 1993, inspired by a three-week journey to Madagascar to cover the Raid Gauloises adventure race, Dugard left the corporate world to pursue a full-time writing career.[citation needed] Although he has returned to journalism from time to time, as when covering the Tour de France from 1999-2008, Dugard's primary focus is writing narrative non-fiction.[citation needed] Dugard wrote his first work of history in 2000.[citation needed]

He is also the highly successful cross-country coach at JSerra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano, CA link

Works[edit]

Martin Dugard's works include:

Co-written with Bill O'Reilly

His 2008 screenplay, A Warrior's Heart, was released as a feature film starring Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene. It was also presented at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 and was released in the United States on 2 December 2011.[4][5]

For a number of years, Dugard wrote a daily blog entitled The Paper Kenyan offering readers a daily riff on history, endurance sports, and travel.[citation needed] He still blogs from time to time, though on a much less frequent basis.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Farther than any man". WorldNetDaily. September 19, 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-19. 
  2. ^ "Exploring minds of Stanley, Livingstone". The Seattle Times. June 15, 2003. Retrieved 2008-09-19. 
  3. ^ Kugemann, Monika (June 12, 2005). "'The Last Voyage of Columbus,' by Martin Dugard: How Columbus shipwrecked his career". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 2008-09-19. 
  4. ^ A Warrior's Heart on IMDb
  5. ^ Official website

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