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Send your story submissions for Flight, Volume 3
We are accepting submissions and story ideas for the next volumes of Flight. Submit your interesting, unique, human-interest aviation stories to be considered for publication in the next volumes of the book Flight: Stories of Canadian Aviation. Please send your submissions to author-publisher Deana Driver or contact Deana to make arrangements for her to interview you and write the story. Submissions must be true short stories (no poems please) about events that occurred to Canadian pilots or other aviation personnel – true stories of danger, adventure, heroism, assistance, joy, silliness, misfortune, etc. Stories should be 1,000 to 2,500 words. Photos may be submitted upon acceptance of your story.
Please provide details including your name, address, phone number, and email address, as well as the names, dates, location, and other details of the people and places in your story. All submissions will be accepted but not all will be published. Those whose stories are published will receive two complimentary copies of that volume of Flight, and will be able to purchase more copies at a 40% discount to sell at venues not supplied by DriverWorks Ink. Thank you in advance.
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Flight: Stories of Canadian Aviation, Vol. 2 by Deana J. Driver and Contributors
Cowpies and animal obstacles on the runway, falling aircraft parts, and annoying passengers are among the fascinating true stories in this second volume of the Flight series. A flying bishop, flights into gas well fire zones in Iran, freezing flights in Arctic Canada, and troubles with a French Concorde are told by pilots and other aviation personnel in this second volume celebrating Canada's aviation industry.
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Thank you to Creative Saskatchewan
DriverWorks Ink is grateful to Creative Saskatchewan for Book Publishing Production grants supporting Volume 1 and Volume 2 of the Flight series.
Fifteen of our books are available as e-books. Order from Kobo, Amazon Kindle, Apple, or other e-book retailers. Search for the book by book title or author name. (Please order Lisa Driver's 3 books as e-book pdfs by contacting the author.)
Congratulations to Bryce Burnett, author of Horses, Dogs and Wives, on his Fourth Place win in the Cowboy Poetry category of the prestigious 2019 Will Rogers Medallion Awards in Fort Worth, Texas! This is Bryce's second win in that competition. His first win was a Third Place in 2015 in Cowboy Poetry and Publishing for his first book, Homegrown and Other Poems.
October 2019: DriverWorks Ink publishing is pleased to introduce Flight: Stories of Canadian Aviation, Vol. 1
by Deana J. Driver and Contributors.
In their own words or with the help of author Deana Driver or other Prairie writers, Western Canadian pilots and aviation enthusiasts share stories of adventure, assistance, humour, tragedy, and success in this salute to the Canadian aviation industry and its people.
If you have a unique, fascinating aviation story to share for the next volume of Flight, contact author-publisher Deana Driver to send in your submission or have her write your story.
Congratulations to Jim Hopson, author of Running the Riders: My Decade as CEO of Canada's Team, on being inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame! The formal induction ceremony took place in Hamilton, Ontario on August 9, 2019.