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Opis ebooka Floofed at 40,000 Feet - Donald Rump

It's a swell day aboard Crampton Airways Flight 007 until a passenger decides to follow his heart (and nose) out the airplane by cracking open the emergency door. Before long, others follow, chasing their dreams to certain death.What exactly has gotten into them?The hell if Captain Marlow knows, who's still waiting for the busty stewardess to deliver a much needed shot of vodka.Approximately 3,200 words.Note: This is a companion piece to the original Finding Floofy.

Opinie o ebooku Floofed at 40,000 Feet - Donald Rump

Fragment ebooka Floofed at 40,000 Feet - Donald Rump

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© 2017 Donald Rump. All rights reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form (electronic, mechanical or otherwise) without the express written consent of the author.

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locations or persons living or dead is entirely coincidental.

E-book layout, formatting and design by Donald Rump.

Image(s) licensed by DepositPhotos.com and © Dawn Hudson. Fart drawings by Mel Casipit.

Background image © Dawn Hudson and used in accordance with the CC0 Public Domain license(s) described on the following page:http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=204107&picture=beach-wave

First Edition (v1.0)

Published on June 29, 2017

Last updated on November 12, 2017

Table of Contents

Title Page

Also by Donald Rump

Copyright

Dedication

Floofed at 40,000 Feet

My Two Cents

Product Description

About the Author

Ad 1: Till Death Do Us Fart

Ad 2: 20 Common Questions About Farts

To my precious Floofy once again.

Floofed at 40,000 Feet

“Sir...?” said Emily Larson, a shapely young stewardess for Crampton Airways. She tapped the man lightly on the shoulder and angled her head. “I’m sorry, sir, but you’re going to have to get back to your seat. The seatbelt sign is still on.” She pointed to a display above one of the seats. Suddenly, the plane hit a pocket of air, causing it to dip sharply before leveling out. “See what I mean?”

The man stared at the windows, and then gazed at Emily with crazed eyes. “Floofy.”

“Excuse me?” She shook her head slightly.

The man nodded, and slowly ran his fingers through his thinning hair. “It’s you. It really is you!” He nodded, as if agreeing with himself.

“I’m sorry, sir, but you’re going to have to get back in your seat.” She grabbed a blanket from the overhead bin and helped tuck in one of the passengers.

“Could you drop me off here?” The man said with a straight face, a peculiar energy running through him.

“Huh?”

“I really need to get off here.”

“Don’t we all?” said Benny Butz, an old shoe salesman who was listening to the conversation.