Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Airborne Update

We've been overwhelmed by the positive response to the publication of Airborne at the End of the Earth. Excited that it seems to be a blessing for those who are reading it.

It's doing well in its (admittedly small!) category. It's also been as high as #5 in the Aviation category which was both a surprise and an encouragement.

For those of you who have shared links to Airborne on your social networks, thank you! There is no marketing campaign here, so you're the ones making this happen.

If you've had a chance to read the book and you're inclined to leave a review on Amazon that would be a huge help! Apparently reviews factor into the Amazon's algorithm in getting the book in front of as many eyes as possible. Thank you!

If you visit Airborne's website, you'll see there are a couple new options available:
  • Some have requested signed copies and there's a way to request those directly from the site now.
  • Discounted bulk copies are also available and there's a way to order those from Airborne's site as well.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Airborne at the End of the Earth

Over the years the occasional friend would say to me, 

"You need to write a book!" 

While I genuinely appreciated the encouragement, I didn't give the idea serious thought. But occasionally someone would add something along the lines of: 

"I've been so moved by the stories of what God is doing in Papua—others need to hear this. These stories need to see the light of day."

That would stick in my head a bit longer. 

And so, for those who have encouraged me to give these stories a wider audience, here is that book. You know who you are. You told me to write this. This is your fault.

If you'd like to learn a bit more about Airborne at the End of the Earth (including what the reviewers are saying), visit the book's website.

The book is available on Amazon.