If this average adult female can learn to fly an airplane at the age of 50, you can learn to fly one too.
Windsor, Wis. (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
The wings of Marcy Lange’s RV cut swiftly through the clouds like a hot knife through butter as she soared through the sky. With the world thousands of feet below, this mother of three was experiencing the only high she knew: flying. With her 50th birthday barely in the rearview, anything was possible. Lange tells her unlikely story as an aviation enthusiast in “RV Flygirl: A Late Blooming Flygirl” (published by iUniverse).
In “RV Flygirl,” Lange chronicles her journey from an everyday wife and mother of three to a recreational pilot in what she calls a “light and easy read.” She tells stories of her own flights as well as those of fellow aviation enthusiasts, oftentimes bridging the gap between suspense and comedy.
Through her story, Lange is hoping to not only bring the joy of flight to homes everywhere, but with it a message of hope. “If this average adult female can learn to fly an airplane at the age of 50, you can learn to fly one too.” Whether readers are aspiring pilots or hopeful painters, “RV Flygirl” has something for everyone.
By Marcy Lange
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 110 pages | ISBN 9781475988505
E-Book | 110 pages | ISBN 9781475988512
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Marcy Lange has had several careers during her lifetime and is presently a professional driver. Family, a husband, three children, horses and photography occupied much of her early adulthood. When aviation became a part of her life, she began working on ground crews. She finally began flying herself at the age of 50. She was hooked from then on.
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