First Cabin By David R. Aldridge
In the novella First Cabin Dan Street loses his sales job on Christmas Eve, meets an intriguing stranger in a bar, and wakes up hours later on a one-way charter flight to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. He’s surrounded by true believers, on their way to meet God. No pilots in the cockpit, just two very peculiar flight attendants and a destiny that Dan never planned for… but one that is ultimately exactly what he’d hoped for all of his non-stop talking life.
David R. Aldridge knows wings, wheels, and warped tales. He spent ten years teaching people how fly small planes as a certified flight instructor. Prior to that, he wrote for Easyriders magazine for eight years under the semi-illustrious pen name, Captain Trash.
With 40,000 miles of road and 9,000 hours of flight under his belt, David has also earned writing credits with Caffeine, and he was included in their anthology, Scream When You Burn (Incommunicado Press). His fiction has also been published in Wales, UK, in Texts’ Bones. This is his first novella.