Sorry for the delay, but I’ve been struggling to finish an important chapter of my book. I really had to get it right before continuing with a new chapter. I felt that I couldn’t just leave it and go back to it another day. If I did, I’ll be continuously thinking about it whilst trying to write a new chapter.
Here’s a short excerpt from a chapter that is currently called The Fish Out of Water. I think it will be changed before I actually publish the book.
My stomach turned over with butterflies as I inhaled as much air as I could through my nose. Fucking hell, I thought, was a whole morning in a heath and safety refresher course better than being on the wings?
My palms began to sweat. I suddenly felt like the proverbial fish out of water. Way out of my depth. I haven’t even been on a wing yet for a full day and I was regretting being there. My only positive thought was that I don’t remember Danny being the toughest or brightest of kids at school.
Maybe he hated the job as much as I didn’t actually want to do it. Perhaps his version of ‘a bit rough’ was different to mine. I just had to remind myself that I just had to survive 5 days for now and then it was back to the comfort of another 6 weeks of training before coming back here again.
Coffee break ended…it was time to face the music.
*This excerpt is a first draft, unedited version.
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