I’ve been looking for my next book project and think I may have found it. I’ll know for sure in a few weeks. All I can say right now is that there is an aviation connection to the story, and, like my last book, it involves a wrongful conviction. This time, however, the person who […]
Way back in 2006 I began the process of trying to find a publisher for my book 35 Miles From Shore. It was a long and arduous process. I won’t waste time going through that process now, except to say that I collected a mountain of rejection letters. “Aviation books don’t sell,” was one common […]
To close out 2020, I thought I would finish up my flying during a pandemic series. My first post was back in March just when the pandemic hit and the economy was shutting down. I did another post a month later showing empty planes, empty terminals, and deserted streets. A lot has changed since that […]
No one is perfect. I make mistakes all the time. Fortunately, there are many barriers that prevent little mistakes from becoming tragic mistakes. The mistakes you will witness in this animation go well beyond anything I have ever seen. Most accidents lead to changes in either training, procedures, or the aircraft, changes that hopefully prevent […]
My screenplay Tailspin was a quarterfinalist in the Bluecat screenplay competition. To give you some idea of how difficult it is to place in some of these screenplay competitions, this year there were 3552 entries. Of those entries, only 351 screenplays were selected as quarterfinalists. Now, if I could only find a producer to get […]
Here’s a video I put together showing what it has been like flying around the country this past month. On the one hand, it’s not good for our industry. On the other hand, it’s been great to go out and explore.