Austin and I both dreamed of being pilots growing up. Soaring through the sky, blasting bogeys and having cool call signs. Sadly, my eyesight and Austin’s fear of getting a callsign like “Cupcake” kept us out of the air.
But this week we’re joined by someone who did make it. Paul Clark, a retired F-15 pilot with over 20 years in the US Air Force and the author of The Phoenix Affair, joins us to talk about what it takes to be a pilot, and some of the ways you can make your writing more realistic.
You can find Paul’s book, The Phoenix Affair, here. (Its free and has a 4 Star Rating on Amazon!)