Peter can tell you how to run a great marketing campaign. He can tell you everything there is to know about successful trade show programs. He can tell you stories about the thousands of people he has met, miles he has flown, hotel rooms he has stayed in, and ways to work the system to your advantage when you travel. But he can’t tell the woman he loves how he feels.
From The Author
Some parts are true, some parts are fiction, the whole story is interesting. Yes, the opening story of the woman with taffy is one of those true stories. ”Peter in Flight” is a novella that is just about the perfect length to read while you’re in transit or any extended layover.
I wrote this story while I traveled extensively for work between 1998 and 2008 taking notes on the things that happend on each trip. I could not include all the good stories. Looking back on my time on the road, I always liked to think of myself as George Clooney from Up in the Air, but in reality, I was John Candy from Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.
I hope you enjoy!
5-Star Amazon Reviews
“Many of us have been stuck in hotels, on planes and in convention centers and experienced much of what Peter has to say. He says it well! Simple and straightforward, Peter is making the company money while learning about love and life.”
“Really enjoyed this book and am waiting for more from this author! Entertaining, well written and leaves a lot to the imagination of what else went on in the lives of the characters.”
About The Author
Paul Michael Peters is an American fiction writer based out of Ann Arbor Michigan. After studying at the Second City in Chicago he spent extended periods of time living in Philadelphia and Toronto before returning home to his beloved big mitten shaped state. “Peter in Flight” is his debut work.
You can follow him online at www.paulmichaelpeters.com where he posts a blog called “Everywhere Man”.
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