Journey Well, You Are More Than Enough
will be published this Spring
Journey Well, You Are More Than Enough,
(RE)Discover Your Passion, Purpose, & Love of Yourself & Life
Is a powerful literary roadmap that will help you silence the inner critic, claim your amazing value, and capture the wonderful life you know you deserve. Do you believe there's a better way? Are you tired of feeling bad about yourself? Have you known for a long time there's a better, brighter world waiting for you? Read this book.
“This uplifting, affirming book arrives at a perfect time. Journey Well, You Are More Than Enough is a must read for anyone needing a boost of positive energy, and those who know in their heart there’s a better way.”
—Jim Obergefell, author with Debbie Cenziper of Love Wins, The Lovers and Lawyers Who Fought the Landmark Case For Marriage Equality.
“Being an author myself, I can tell you that you don’t want to miss this book. They are two incredibly kind souls who are moving this world forward through a path of love.”
— Rachel Beck, author of Finding Your Way
When Life Changes Your Plans
“I heartily recommend this book to all who appreciate a 3D roadmap for how to live life in wellness and with love.”
—Laura Staley Ph.D., Founder, Cherish Your World, Author of Abundant Heart: Thoughts on Healing, Loving and Living Free
An Old Pilot's Logbook
Waiting For Willie Pete
A Vietnam Anthem
The Sky Behind Me
What readers are saying about
PostFlight: An Old Pilot's Logbook
Interesting, and innovative, and fun to read, with lots of good advice, especially for young women.
—Patty Wagstaff, Aerobatic pilot, inductee Hall of Fame, US Aerobatic team member.
Whether you're a new or aspiring pilot, or a grey-haired experienced one, there are nuggets of wisdom slathered generously throughout this book.
—Patty Bear, former military pilot, retired 777 captain, author of From Plain to Plane, My Mennonite Childhood, a National Scandal, and an Unconventional Soar to Freedom.
This book explores the various paths a pilot might take, and the personalities that might be encountered along the way. It expands on much of the core spirit that makes aviation a truly unique endeavor.
—Capt. Stephen Walton (ret) American Airlines
Every pilot will find something that speaks to them in PostFlight. For me, it was the simple story of flying solo for the first time—when your flight instructor climbs out and says "take it up on your own"—Sheer magic! For anyone with a dream of an aviation career, this book shares the highs and lows (literal and mental) involved in this life.
—Connie Shelton, Mystery writer, and world record high altitude balloon pilot.