My love of travel started at 3 years old when I boarded Union Pacific railroad trains. My father was a railroad employee so had free passages. On my first trip to California at 3, my mother frantically searched for me and found me three train cars away from our train car. There I stood, visiting with passengers in my pajamas. My love of trains is still with me and Paul Simon reflects my feelings with his quote: “There’s something about the sound of a train that’s very romantic and nostalgic and hopeful.” At 20 my love of travel evolved from the train tracks to the sky at the peak of the Jet Age. I hopped on United Airlines planes and continued to walk up and down the aisle to visit with passengers. However, not in my pajamas. From flying in the sky and to landing on the ground. I still believe in this quote:” Let your dreams take flight.” And my dreams now are to share stories with you about planes and trains.
I’m thrilled to share some good news that I received a Book Excellence Award!
I am incredibly excited to announce that I have been recognized as a Book Excellence Award Winner for my book, Sky Queen in the Women’s Empowerment Category.
Out of hundreds of books that were entered into the Book Excellence Awards competition, my book was selected for its high-quality writing, design and overall market appeal.
The book was released in 2019 and is about a 1967s stewardess who enjoys her highflying days as a stewardess during the emergence of the women’s movement, but her Chippewa tribe ancestry beckons to her. When she finally responds to the lure of her bloodline’s call, her life path is transformed in miraculous ways
The book is perfect for lovers the women in the 1960s, stewardesses adventures, self-discovery, mystical messages