Ellen sat in the cold waiting room looking at the clock on the wall. She was stressed which wasn’t normal for her. She had been through quite a few near death situations before, where she always maintained her calm. So why today? Why was she feeling so shaky, so raw? – An Excerpt.
Follow the life of Ellen Sanders, a senior flight attendant. Experience her joys, her pain, her sorrow! Relive the chilling, eye-opening truth Ellen discovers about her illness!
This is the first in a series of aviation stories. Based on a true story, the author wants to help expose the taboo and often unglamorous, but real side of aviation.
She has started the SHIFT movement – ‘Sharing Helpful Information For Tomorrow’, through various social media channels to help gather information for this series. She strives to voice the aviation community’s concerns and experiences.
Look out for the next aviation story soon!
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Chriselda, a multi-genre author living in Belgium has mixed roots, namely Anglo-Indian and Goan-Portuguese influenced.
Having travelled the world extensively, as an Inflight Safety Training Instructor, she has worked in the Aviation industry for over two decades.
Always with a touch of artistic creativity along with being a professional modern jazz dancer, she also loves music and is passionate about writing!
She is fluent in 5 languages & loves writing poetry, stories and quotes.
Her aim is to bring poetry back to its glory and has published her narrative poetry story series ‘The Creep’, in a thriller genre! Other fiction genres she is currently working on are horror, romance, fantasy and she promises to surprise with a few more!
She is presently writing more poems and has recently released her first non-fiction series – Aviation Stories.
Other books authored by her include ‘She Said!’, ‘Coffee & Bagels’, ‘Dreams & Dew’, Aviation Stories and ‘Accursed Forest’.