Read My Book Cruising Attitude: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama and Crazy Passengers at 35,000 Feet FOR FREE

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If you’re bored at home with nothing to do because of everything that’s happening in the world at the moment, and you haven’t read my book Cruising Attitude: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama and Crazy Passengers at 35,000 Feet, now might be a good time to check it out. It’s FREE on Amazon Kindle Unlimited

Here’s how Amazon describes it: “Real-life flight attendant Heather Poole has written a charming and funny insider’s account of life and work in the not-always-friendly skies. Cruising Attitude is a Coffee, Tea, or Me? for the 21st century, as the author parlays her fifteen years of flight experience into a delightful account of crazy airline passengers and crew drama, of overcrowded crashpads in “Crew Gardens” Queens and finding love at 35,000 feet. The popular author of “Galley Gossip,” a weekly column for AOL’s award-winning travel website Gadling.com, Poole not only shares great stories, but also explains the ins and outs of flying, as seen from the flight attendant’s jump seat.”

So….yeah….that needs to be updated.  While you can still read my old Galley Gossip column on Gadling.com, I stopped writing for the AOL owned travel site after AOL sold it to Skift in 2014.

Maybe tomorrow I’ll go down memory lane and share my top 10 Galley Gossip posts, including the first post I ever wrote, which is also the first thing I got paid to write, a big deal for me at the time because I wanted to write a book and being paid to write seemed like a good sign, like I was on the right path. The first year I wrote for Gadling I made $50 per post. After that it was $100.  That was big money for a blogger back then.

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