WEDNESDAY, December 13 - Today's interview is with Jeff Jorgenson, an author and flight instruct from Iowa. Jeff's book, "Open Air: How People Like Yourself Are Changing the Aviation Industry", is available on Amazon.
From his website: "As a Stay-At-Home-Dad (SAHD), I set out to write a book in order to help others understand that aviation is a ‘time machine'. It has enabled me to travel, visit distant friends and relatives, and participate in events outside of driving distance and on my own time!"
FRIDAY, December 15 - Today's interview will be with Sumner Wilson, a former railroad worker who started writing during his evenings on the road!
From his Amazon page: "Wilson's short stories have appeared in Cappers, published in Big Muddy, a journal of Southeast Missouri State University and he's sold two dozen stories to Sterling/Mcfadden Publishing, Inc. He has been published multiple times in Frontier Tales, an online magazine of the Old West. He and his wife reside on the Gasconade River in the Missouri Ozarks, where many of his stories take place."