Why The Birds Sing - A Skydiving Story

Orphaned at sixteen and assaulted at eighteen, Vicki is searching for a life free from fear. Forced to leave her home, she ends up at a desert airport filled with old airplanes and fun-loving skydivers. She remains distant from the other jumpers and looks on from afar as love, danger, and the threat of sudden death punctuate their lives while she wonders if she will find love. More

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About Gregory P. Robertson

Soldier in the 60’s, Rock&Roll Roadie in the 70’s, Skydiving Instructor in the 80’s, Pilot in the 90’s, and Writer in the new millennium, Gregory P Robertson brings a wide and varied wealth of experience with him. Along the way, he found time to acquire an Electrical Engineering Degree, obtain Professional Engineering Certification in multiple states, and have a 27-year career with AT&T.
His past writing works include the nonfiction history of the Staunton Military Academy and the first volume of a collection of humorous memoirs entitled “Life As A Cadet – How To Find Humor With A Black Stripe Down Your Leg.”
His first Novel, a military based thriller entitled Southern Roadie, will be available soon.
You can view his entire collection of writings at his website, www.gregoryprobertson.com.

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