It’s official. I’ve started work on my third book project. For a number of reasons, I can’t go into a lot of detail about it right now. The video below, however, contains some hints about the story I’m working on. Here are a few more hints: a pilot, a triple homicide, and a wrongful conviction.
Last summer I made a few references about a possible documentary about TWA 841. I had been contacted by an associate producer for a well-known National Geographic television series. I did a brief Skype interview. I forwarded a copy of Scapegoat to the producer. He told me to not announce anything officially because he was […]
There was no internet back in 1979. No Facebook. No Twitter. There was Boeing, the NTSB, and journalists both in print and TV. Still, the rumors about the TWA 841 crew managed to spread in aviation circles. It started with articles that included quotes from lead NTSB investigator Leslie Dean Kampshore where he hinted at […]
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 […]