Since I first published my book in 2011, I have sold both the paperback and Kindle versions on Amazon. Each sells through a different venue: the Kindle version via Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), and the paperback book via Amazon Advantage. I never did feel that Amazon Advantage was a great deal for me as a […]
Flight Emergency in the Apple iBookstore
If you’ve got an iPad or iPhone, stop by the iBookstore and check out Flight Emergency! This version of the ebook has been specifically formatted for Apple’s devices, with high-quality images. Just tap your way through each decision tree, or go back and make different decisions once you’ve explored one way. Download a sample or […]
Pioneers of Aviation History: The WASP Museum in Sweetwater, Texas
During a cross-country road trip last month, I stopped in Sweetwater, Texas, where the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) trained at Avenger Field during WWII. The surrounding landscape is dominated by forests of huge windmills stretching to the horizon, with farms and small towns dwarfed below. In places there were so many, it was a […]
Rich Stowell’s eBooks Now in Apple’s iBookstore
Pilot, flight instructor, and author Rich Stowell, known as “The Spin Doctor,” is an expert on the subject of loss of control in airplanes. He has produced books and four DVD programs covering spins, emergency maneuvers, and aerobatics. He also provides personalized training to make pilots safer and more knowledgeable in the air. Now his […]
Wings Club recognizes Patty Wagstaff with Outstanding Aviator Award
Tell me something I don’t know, right? Patty Wagstaff is a role model in so many ways, for women, for pilots, for anyone who wants to pursue big goals. Here’s an excerpt from the story in General Aviation News: Wagstaff’s accomplishments broke barriers and opened doors for other women to follow, club officials noted. In […]
More Dutch press in AOPA’s Pilots & Planes in The Netherlands
On the heels of the last review from the Dutch magazine All Clear comes another mention of Flight Emergency in AOPA’s publication in The Netherlands, Pilots & Planes. Thanks to Peter Mundy of The Pilot Shop at Lelystad Airport for sending this!
All Clear in Holland
While Holland may be small in size relative to the United States, their enthusiasm for aviation is very big! All Clear is a magazine that just featured a book review of Flight Emergency. The review was written by Rene Verjans of AviationBookReviews.com in The Netherlands. Rene, a pilot, aviation enthusiast, and avid book reader, writes […]
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 more of the following reasons: Accurate and precise informational content. Interesting and inviting layout and/or […]
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 helping all who own or want to fly a Cessna 210 master the art of […]
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 aviation fun! Why not give it a try and see what fate your decisions make?