Author Archives: Reya Kempley

The Right Seat by Avram Goldstein

This book is a very detailed, thorough course in the basics of general aviation flight, radio communication, navigation, and emergency procedures for non-pilots, yet is easy to read and enjoy. If you are a pilot in all but the certificate, … Continue reading

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Starflight Press wins SnippetFact’s “Top Content” Award

Notice the new award badge on the right? SnippetFact is a community web site dedicated to improving factual information on the web. Here’s what they say about how they choose sites for this award: Starflightpress.com was awarded for one or … Continue reading

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Calling all Centurion Owners: Read Flying the Cessna 210 by Chuck McGill

Own a Cessna 210 or looking to buy one? Chuck McGill’s new book Flying the Cessna 210: The Secrets Unlocked should be on your reading list! This all-new primer on owning and flying the Cessna 210 Centurion is dedicated to … Continue reading

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Flight Emergency eBook SALE!

Do you read ebooks? I’ve just put Flight Emergency on sale, now only $4.95 on both Barnes & Noble (for Nook readers) and the Amazon Kindle Store (for Kindle readers and apps). That’s not much money for a lot of … Continue reading

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NRA Blog Article about Flight Emergency Author Reya Kempley

If you’ve read the “About the Author” section in Flight Emergency, you know that aside from aviation, I also enjoy competitive target shooting. This summer at the NRA National Smallbore Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, I was interviewed by Lars … Continue reading

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Flight Emergency advances to Finalist in Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards

Who doesn’t like good news when it arrives earlier than expected? It was my surprise and honor to discover yesterday that Flight Emergency had been named a Finalist (Aviation Non-Fiction) in Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards! The news came out a … Continue reading

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Interview with the LL Book Review

Find out more about me and my book in my author interview at the LL Book Review! In it, I talk about the inspiration behind Flight Emergency, my experience publishing and marketing, and future plans. It’s exciting to see my … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Reno High Sierra Ninety-Nines!

The Stead airport near Reno, Nevada is known for hosting the Reno Air Races, an internationally famous aviation event. During this time, the airport is inundated with huge crowds, the sounds of high-performance aircraft racing at low altitudes, aircraft displays … Continue reading

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Hide Your Kindle or face the wrath of Hay-on-Wye

What are your feelings about the ebook versus the traditional paper book? In a previous post entitled Entering Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards, I discussed my mixed views on the coming age of ebooks. Most likely there are some paper … Continue reading

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eBook Flight Emergency now available on Kobo

The giant online ebookstore Kobo is now offering Flight Emergency for sale as an ebook in epub format. In addition to using one of their e-readers, you may use their free PC desktop application or their smartphone or tablet app. … Continue reading

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