I’m 8000 words into On the Wings of Grace, and our protagonist, wounded warrior and war hero Otto Kerchner, has been asked to improve crew morale and comfort aboard SAC’s B-52’s. He and his sister Mata fly with a crew on a routine mission, and Otto takes a turn at the controls, thinking how different the experience is from his wartime missions in a B-17.
The story is proceeding well, and I hope to have it finished by early March. I’ll keep you apprised of my progress. In the meantime, if you haven’t had a chance to read the first book in the series (to number nine eventually), I hope you’ll visit Amazon.com or eLectiopublishing.com (my esteemed publisher) and get a copy of On Wings of the Morning. I think you’ll enjoy reading about Otto’s boyhood and his wartime service, and his sister Mata, who takes over the family dairy farm when he goes off to war. Enjoy!