Sam Nailer grew up on an uncharted island near the Isles of Sicily. Sam's great-grandparents were survivors of ISIS, the Hamburg-America line passenger ship that sunk in 1936. When Sam was 12 years old, his village was "rescued" and forced to leave the island by U.N. archaeologists searching for the elusive homo-seafarius. Sam's first book, "Run Over Sand" was a shifting narrative detailing the historical events in the creation of society by shipwrecked Olympians on their way to the 1936 Nazi Olympics, and Sam's life as a refugee in America. The book helped illuminate the great importance refugees must place in obtaining athletic scholarships in the United States, as well as the effects of imperialistic conquest to obtain hominid skeletons. With an interest in exploring the world, Sam started his professional journalism career working as a producer for Fox 8 Cleveland, covering the Middle East and parts of Africa. When Lebron James returned to the Cavaliers and the city of Cleveland no longer had an interest in the outside world, Sam moved to AP News. While with AP, he published his second book, "Squeaky," chronicling his year-long search for Chris Tucker in 2009. In 2015, Sam switched gears and jumped into the fashion blogging world. He has since returned to live in Israel and report on the less confusing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.