Born in 1952, author and Minneapolis native S. A. Seal has sailed from California to Hawaii, where he learned to surf, piloted airplanes in such exotic places as Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Zealand, Denmark, hitchhiked across western Europe and picked cinnamon bark off of trees in India.
Aside from his love of travel is his voracious appetite for reading. He enjoys the classics and favours such authors as Henry James, Thomas Hardy, Charlotte Bronte and William Makepeace Thackeray.
Mr. Seal himself has written extensively in three volumes of unpublished memoirs entitle, Scooterville, This is not Kansas and How can I miss you if you won’t go away?
Mr. Seal works for the city bus company of Minneapolis, Minnesota where he lives with his wife of 30 years…give or take, and her two dogs.