Team, Just a quick note to update you on Book 2, The Black Scorpion Pilot! The review process at the Department of Defense has gone longer than originally planned. The Devil Dragon Pilot took six months for approval, and The Black Scorpion Pilot is rapidly approaching seven months. The Review Team that conducts the formal Pre-Publication Review has… Read more »
Thanks for reading the book at Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA! Fantastic pics! Thank you, readers. The Black Scorpion Pilot is coming soon, too!
Thank you readers of Amsterdam, Netherlands! I appreciate your pics very much. Keep them coming.
Many thanks to Bill, a pilot and Ford Stevens fan, who is in France this week. Like other readers, he has been hand carrying a copy of his book around the country and taking photos of it on location. Thank you, Bill! Readers, feel free to follow along on Instagram and join in. My account is… Read more »
Excellent article on the SR-71 Blackbird with rare video footage here. Thanks, NASA!
Coming to Amazon in September 2017 Read more about The Black Scorpion Pilot here. Pre-orders soon! Look for it on Amazon.
Readers, I just returned from Bangalore, India where I verified multiple locations for scenes from my upcoming summer book, The Black Scorpion Pilot. It continues to be an excellent location where Ford Stevens and crew will get into all sorts of mischief and action. A portion of the second book takes place at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Bangalore upon… Read more »
The military-aviation book “The Devil Dragon Pilot” focuses on a secret aircraft that can fly at unbelievable speeds with special engines. While not disclosing too much in this positing and ruining it for readers, I thought you might want to understand some of the basic components of an aircraft and some simple aerodynamic concepts. There… Read more »
In a recent conversation with a reader who was getting ready to finish “The Devil Dragon Pilot”, I was asked about decision-making in the cockpit. She asked me about how pilots know what to do and when, during a flight. My answer? It depends. As she read in the book, it also depended for both… Read more »