Monday, December 22, 2014

The Grandpa Russ Layout Secrets Revealed!


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The plans:

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Flying Wakeboard on Kickstarter

I have finally launched a kickstarter campaign to try and build a flying wakeboard.  Check it out here:

Monday, January 6, 2014

Now Selling High Quality Used Model Trains on eBay!

CoryCraft is now offering high quality used model trains for sale on eBay.  With an emphasis on Lionel's postwar years, I can bring you high quality train cars at low prices!  Check it out here:

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Saturday, May 18, 2013


I just finished doing an interview for the Weather Channel.  Hopefully they are going to use some of my video of Hurricane Ivan.  You can see a little bit of the video here:

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Book Review

Check out the reviews of my new book at  It's a great site for authors too!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

My First Book is Available!

I am pleased to announce Eye of the Storm is now available for purchase. Please click the link below to buy your own copy safely and securely today!

Get a copy now!


A man trying to reconnect with his parents on a sailing trip is caught in the path of a hurricane. At a remote Caribbean island, facing imminent shipwreck, the author finds himself struggling to survive inside the eye of the storm.

A true story.

Paperback.  184 pages.  By: Cory R. Lunn.  $19.95 USD


“Hang on tight!” I shout over the roar of the storm.
The inflatable dinghy suddenly drops into the trough of a wave.  The crippled engine struggles to point the bow up the face of the next wave. It can barely push forward against the hurricane.  Glancing down, I see that the boat is nearly full of water. 

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