Peter Julier


Peter is an aviation technician for a major airline, and has been in the aviation industry for the last 28 years. Prior to that, he cooked fries and fish fillets at a local McDonald's. He says that although working for an airline does have its share of drawbacks, such as losing your pension so the CEO can purchase an island in the Caribbean, at least now he doesn't have to wear a paper hat. He was first published in his early twenties when he started to write poetry. Several of his poems won top placements in nationwide contests; the rest are now in the crawlspace next to the leftover linoleum from the kitchen project.

Peter currently resides in Colorado with his wife of 24 years. He believes the key to a happy marriage is good communication, a willingness to compromise, and vacuuming once in a while. One of his favorite things to do is to relax in his almost-favorite coffee shop with his laptop and allow his imagination to run wild.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I look at the absurd side of life, and this is why I enjoy writing humor. Simply put, I like to entertain my reading audience and make them laugh as well. I just love to hear it when one of my readers tells me how my book really made a difference in their day. That is the best compliment or review I can receive.
What do your fans mean to you?
I can't emphasize enough how much I appreciate the people who are willing to take a chance on an unknown author like myself. I really want to make sure I give them a valuable product, whether it's 99 cents or free. I love hearing from my readers and appreciate any feedback they offer. I don't write for the money. I write for the impact my words have on people.
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Where to find Peter Julier online

Twitter: @Nervousreaction


The Last Flight of Four Papa Mike
Price: Free! Words: 4,660. Language: English. Published: January 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Gary, a 45 year- old self-employed businessman and a student pilot is faced with the challenge of flying a crippled airplane. His life is in jeopardy, and he must utilize everything he's been taught to return to the airport and attempt a safe landing.

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