Saturday, July 23, 2022

Oshkosh Bound

The Experimental Aircraft Association's (EAA) annual AirVenture fly-in is the largest airshow in the world and it's held every year at the end of July. It's held at Oshkosh Wisconsin's Wittman Regional Airport and most folks in the aviation community simply refer to the annual event as 'Oshkosh'. Attending Oshkosh is on every pilot's must-do-at-least-once list. 

A team from JAARS makes the annual pilgrimage to have a presence at Oshkosh with the goal of engaging the aviation community and getting the word out about our vision and mission.

I'll be part of the JAARS team this year, so if you're going to Oshkosh please swing by the JAARS tent and say hello. 

Also, I'm delighted that Airborne at the End of the Earth was selected by the EAA to be featured in their Authors Corner. So if you're attending Oshkosh swing by the Authors Corner at the EAA Wearhouse--I'll be there signing books on Monday at 4:00 pm, Thursday at 9:00 am and Saturday at 5:00 pm.

Tuesday, July 12, 2022


Our JAARS Engagement team set me up with a radio interview recently as part of the lead up to our JAARS' presence at the EAA Airventure air show in Oshkosh Wisconsin later this month. 

You can listen to the interview here or click on the link in the JAARS post below.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Kindle version of Airborne is now available

For all the non-paper people out there, I'm happy to announce that the Kindle version of Airborne at the End of the Earth is now available on Amazon.

Thanks again for those who have left kind reviews on Amazon--really helpful!

If you're just now learning about Airborne, I encourage you to visit the book's website at

Friday, January 14, 2022

Kindle version of Airborne coming soon

Really encouraging to see the sustained interest in Airborne at the Ends of the Earth and excited to announce that the Kindle version will be released soon.

If you've read Airborne, please consider leaving a review on Amazon or sharing a link on social media--thank you!

If you haven't read the book yet, check out the book's website at