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The Middle Seat - Volume II: Never Check A Bag You Want To Keep
Series: The Middle Seat, Volume II. Price: Free! Words: 16,270. Language: English. Published: April 19, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor & satire, Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor & satire
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Picking up where Volume I left off, Volume II continues to share the popular posts from the blog, The Middle Seat. Written by corporate executive Jay Conlin who travels frequently for business. The Middle Seat captures the spirit of the weary "Road Warrior" while mixing in stories from his family life as well. A fun, humorous look at Business Travel .
The Middle Seat - Volume I First Class V. Coach. I'll Take First Class Please...
Series: The Middle Seat, Volume I. Price: Free! Words: 26,930. Language: English. Published: January 11, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » Trip Journals, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
A humorous collection of blog posts from the Travel Blog, The Middle Seat by Blogger and frequent business traveler Jay Conlin. A corporate Labor Negotiator, Conlin blogs about his various business travel headaches, successes and failures capturing the "spirit" of the Weary "Road Warrior".
The Transporting Device
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,820. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
A professor invents a transporting device that duplicates landscapes and experiences that can be accessed from anywhere. His intention behind the invention is to create instantaneous travel for those who cannot afford it. The device gets into the wrong hands for the purpose of duplicating massive global war tools. Frank Lyon has to find a way to undo his invention.