by Fred Tribuzzo
Here’s the set-up:
Paul’s trendy spiritual ambitions have guttered, leaving him a burned-out, middle-aged bankruptcy lawyer. Now it’s almost Christmas, and the spirit world has decided to take Paul firmly in hand. Three iconic Native Americans of the nineteenth century, Black Elk, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, challenge Paul to a dream quest: no guarantee of safe return. It’s going to be a rough ride.
Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made-the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 Business Jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.
“…A terrific short read with a lot to say. Perfect for the holiday season, or, indeed, any time one desires a rich and satisfying literary experience. Good things do indeed come in small packages. I am awaiting Mr. Tribuzzo’s next literary effort with great anticipation.” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars
“…A good read in any season, this seventy-three-page novella, with its Christmas message of redemption, promises to provide solace amid the harried holidays as well as an inspirational stocking stuffer for the book lovers on anyone’s gift list.” – Amazon Reviewer, 4 Stars
About The Author
Fred Tribuzzo is a professional pilot who has flown aircraft from the Piper J-3 Cub to the fastest corporate jet ever made—the Citation Ten. Currently flying a Boeing 737 business jet, his trips can range from thirty minutes to ten hours. It was on the far side of the world that he wrote Saint Nick.
Fred has also written two novels, Mock Court, a legal thriller, and Giants on the Horizon, a tribute to the Greatest Generation.
Several chapters of American Sky, a flying memoir, have appeared in the Kudzu Monthly. Fred has also been published in Flying magazine.
In another life, Fred played electric bass for several groups, including the Numbers Band from northeastern Ohio, performing on four of the band’s CDs. His other recordings are with singer / songwriter Marilyn DeFrange and her brother Denis on keyboards and synthesizer. In 1986 he received a fellowship from the Ohio Arts Council for piano, oboe and string compositions.
For more about Fred, visit his website.
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