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Gramercy Books Local Author Event

I’m honored to have been invited by Gramercy Books in Bexley, OH to participate in their Local Author Festival this coming Saturday, August 12, from 4-6. I hope you’ll consider coming out and saying hello. I’ll have books on hand to sell and to sign, as well as the rest of the stores amazing collection and Kittie’s delicious coffee and pastry.

For more information click the link below.

https://www.gramercybooksbexley.com/event/local-author-festival

MEET YOUR LOCAL AUTHORS AT GRAMERCY BOOKS!
Saturday, August 12th

10am-1pm:
Jeremy Barfield
Sandi Latimer
Gerhard Maroscher
Lisa Baird Panos
Danielle Seck
Vivian Witkind-Davis

1pm-4pm:
Bernard Bornstein
W.M. Goldberger
Margaret Leis Hanna
Ingrid Silvian
Laura A. Staley
Dr. Edna F. Thomas

4pm-7pm:
Kenneth M. Drenten
Brooke Ignet Hocker
Lucinda Kirk
Chris Leyva
Andrew Miller
Jimmy Mitchell

The Fanzine – The Nearest Exit May Be Behind You

The editors over at The Fanzine saw fit to publish a recent essay of mine and I wanted to share that with you. I’m really grateful for them seeing my piece as one to share. I’m amongst some literary giants out there, so after you read my piece, check out the rest of the work – it’s worth your time.

My new bride and I had two transfers before our final flight to Copenhagen. We caught a small twin prop plane from Columbus to Toronto, then transferred to a 747 headed for Frankfort, before a short jaunt over the mainland and sea into Copenhagen. Even with several connections breaking the flight into smaller segments, it was the seven-hour Toronto to Frankfort flight that concerned us the most.

Preceding the trip, a number of bizarre incidents involving commercial air travel had left hundreds dead. There were the two lost flights under command of Malaysian Airlines, one over the Indian Ocean that took over a year to determine even where it had been lost, much less determining any cause. CLICK THROUGH TO READ FULL ESSAY