Do you look up at small airplanes as they fly overhead? Have you ever wondered what goes on in the cockpit? On the ground at a general aviation airport? In the minds of private pilots? THUNDER IN THE TUMMY! is a collection of the best of the best short stories which, during the latter part of the last millennium, were published in Pacific Flyer, Atlantic Flyer, American Aviator, Southern Aviator and on DIALOG!, the award-winning computer bulletin board.
What people are saying about THUNDER IN THE TUMMY!
THUNDER IN THE TUMMY! — The winner of the Squarfius Maximus Award for marvelous writing. “The book is hilarious, varied, insightful, entertaining and wholesome. It is also educational, but with a vengeance. A remarkable achievement.”
—Lorenzo Q. Squarf, Flamekeeper of Western Civilization
THUNDER IN THE TUMMY! — Better in the tummy than in the upholstery! It is great fun to read! Flying adventure with a riotous, literate, and self-effacing twist.”
—Mordecai Swiffle, the oldest living student pilot in the world
THUNDER IN THE TUMMY! — All women whose significant others are pilots should have lollypops in their purses at all times. Read this book and you will know why.”
—Squishalie Doodlebug Provolone, Significant Other
“Laugh out loud!” —Flying Farnsworth
“Absolutely delightful!” —Fearless Freddy
“I roared twice as much as the other guys!” —Multi-Engine McGoo
“I am thinking Pulitzer, maybe even a Nobel Prize!” —Anonymous, but sincere
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