This landing page will give me a chance to better serve you, the readers. I have different interests and as such, I find myself writing about many things. My mainstays are aviation and writing (imagine that). Sometimes, life in general, gets me going, especially when there is something in the news that is absurd, strange, or extremely newsworthy. Don’t just read what I have written – respond! Make a comment! Start a discussion. That is one of the reasons for this blog – to share ideas. If you would like to know more about me, check out my about page. And please, don’t forget to engage in the conversation – leave comments!
Here are my latest half-dozen or so blogs:
Lost Logbooks. One of the worst things that can happen to a pilot is to have their flight logs come up missing.
Bob Hoover 1922-2016. Today, famed aviator Bob Hoover has Gone West…
Being There, Part 2. Sometimes you see things that you would never imagine. It just happens. Today was one such day.
Amazing Transportation. We arc about the skies in utter safety. How can we do this? It was 87 years ago today that an important event happened leading us to the safe transportation we enjoy today.
Fifteen Years. A decade and a half is a long time. Hard to remember things from that long ago. Unless the date is September 11.
Revisiting Eastern Airlines Flight 1320. I had an amazing event happen yesterday. It involves Frigyes Karinthy’s concept of six degrees of separation.
A Busy Summer. Summers always seem to be busy, even though we would like to take some time to kick back, enjoy the beach, and do other things. This one was particularly busy for Ardis and me.
For my friends who would like to know more about writing and publishing, here are some tips that I hope help, along with a bit of general knowledge about book publishing.
For pilots in general, here are my blogs about flying.
For the many intrigued about aviation history, check out these writings.