Gina Penn, unabridged.

Learning To Fly

If you enjoy Stephen King, Dean Koontz or Joe Hill, then this might be for you.

Smashwords link:

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/49890

Barnes and Noble:

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/books/e/2940012373199/?itm=2&USRI=gina+penn

Kindle:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004U6CLES

Sometimes the horror lies in what you don’t know…

David wakes up from a drunken stupor to find a headache throbbing like a rotten tooth in his head and the dangerous end of a large handgun in his face. The Tall Man has finally come for him, as he suspected he would and no matter how much David begs and pleads, he isn’t going to get away with murder.

Joseph Ryder is a best-selling author and recovering alcoholic. After overexposure with his biggest novel and a messy divorce, he finds he’s grown tired of his life and is ready for a change. Mostly he misses his wife and children but is too ashamed to confront them after so many hard times he’s given them. Until one day, he’s given a gift…

People all around you are crying, hysterical. The woman next to you won’t shut up. Everything is chaos and all you want to do is make a phone call and time is running out…

Ralph Massey is a simple man, recently retired and widowed. After falling asleep in his favorite chair, he wakes to the sound of something falling inside his house. He locates the item after a short search when he notices a flicker of movement outside his window. Upon closer inspection he sees something he never imagined he’d ever see and quickly learns that this is not a one time viewing session. But even just a peek comes with a price…

These short stories in Learning To Fly are available for purchase via the links above.

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