Monthly Archives: June 2012

Foster McEdward and China’s Wings

Hump pilot and CNAC veteran Foster McEdward, who “thoroughly enjoyed” China’s Wings Continue reading

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On the Santa Barbara Writer’s Conference Non-Fiction Panel with Brian Fagan and Kathleen Sharp

A few Sundays ago, I participated on the non-fiction book panel at the Santa Barbara Writer’s Conference with Brian Fagan (Elixir, 2011) and Kathleen Sharp (Blood Feud, 2011), and the Conference posted a video of our discussion. I enjoyed this … Continue reading

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Bookshelves!

I love books, and here’s where I keep ’em:

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China’s Wings – how the sausage got made

I built most of China’s Wings from these 4×6 cards, using the process described by Barbara Tuchman in her book Practicing History Continue reading

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China’s Wings reviewed by the Kansas City Public Library

A very favorable review of China’s Wings appeared in the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library’s blog last week. “fascinating” & “highly recommended”

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China’s Wings in the Huffington Post… again

Journalist Christine Negroni mentions China’s Wings a story about visiting The Great Wall of China… (it was also reproduced in The Huffington Post, but I’ve provided the link to Christine’s aviation and travel themed blog instead.)

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Katharine Dunlop Bond… China’s Wings’ undersung heroine

Bond’s wife, Katharine Dunlop Bond, generally known as Kitisi, didn’t get near the quantity of column inches she deserves in China’s Wings, but I think it’s fair to say that her love was the glue that held William Langhorne Bond’s … Continue reading

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