Helicopter stories, books, poems, and more

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Short Story / Non-Fiction

October 18, 2013

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Comments: 2

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The Booksie Classic House

People ask me about my travels; well really speaking I started travelling in May of 1955. Against my parents wishes I joined the Merchant Navy in Hamburg, Germany. My father wanted me to be a radio-technician. It would have been a very interesting Career as I always had been interest… Read More

Short Story / Thrillers

July 24, 2013

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Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Stephanie and Amy were best friends and extremely creative; they were dedicated to their art so much so that they went up into a hellicopter to get aerial shots of the landscape, despite Amy's fear of heights and flying? But what happens when something you are so afraid of comes… Read More
THERE ARE OCCASIONS OR EVENTS IN OUR LIVES WHERE WE HAVE WISHED TO HAVE A CAMERA PRESENT BUT DIDNT …. Read More

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A Black Hawk helicopter skims across the Mediterranean, carrying an anonymous man to a meeting with mysterious people in an unknown country. Only through the man's anxiety and disquiet do we get any idea of what has happened, or what awaits him when he arrives. Read More
An agent goes in to rescue her partner from the enemy's facility. Read More
: The helicopters circles over Kiba. Later, fires and brimstones rains over the entire village, men in ignominy veil emerged from nowhere and mauls the inhabitant of the village, they left sorrow, blood and tears on their trail. Goi and his grand parents escaped the pogroms. Goi grows up under… Read More
Again, I wrote this a few years ago, so bear with me... This is the second story about Barbados Flynn, though it takes place chronologically before the "first" installment. It's set in Sorocaba, Brazil, though the only foreign language included is Spanish. (Flynn grew up in southern California and Mexico,… Read More

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Comments: 7

Shelves: 1

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The only thing harder than being a soldier is loving one. Read More
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