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About the author:
Susan A. Sistare is a teacher, musician, bodybuilder, and skydiver. When she is not at the gym, laughing, or jumping from planes, she occasionally likes to write great stories. She currently resides in South Carolina with four cats and a really sweet guitar.
Her previous works include Living in Yen: How Not to Move to Japan Gracefully; Cats, Boys, and Booze: Or, How NOT to Find Love in a Really Small Town; and A Message From Cal: The Complete Runners' Trilogy.
The Skydivers' Guardian
Susan A Sistare
There is a special feeling you have when you are a skydiver. It is a restlessness, a sense of defiance that comes from being held prisoner to the laws of science. It is the stark awareness that there is injustice in having no wings, tethered to gravity, while the superhero within you begs to be set free.
But even superheroes with artificial wings need someone to look after them from time to time.
When my ashes soaked into the airfield after that first good rain, about two days after they were spread during a skydive, part of my soul remained. It remained restless, in the sky, no longer tethered by gravity or subordinate to any Earthly laws.
It's true that when you die, you can't take anything with you. But if you're really lucky, you can bring something back.
I got lucky.
My name was Joey Wylie, and this is the story of the end of my death, and the start of my life.
- Publication Date:
- 0988319128 / 9780988319127
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Visionary & Metaphysical