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R.D. Kardon

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Robin D. “R.D.” Kardon is a native New Yorker, educated in the New York City public school system. She attended New York University where she earned a B.A. in Journalism and Sociology, magna cum laude, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

After college, Robin went to law school at The American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. There, she was a Moot Court champion and earned her J.D. Thus began her ten-year career as a commercial litigator.

Disillusioned with the law, Robin sought out another career and started training to become a pilot in 1991. She eventually earned her Certified Flight Instructor ratings, quit practicing and started teaching to build flight time. Eventually, she worked as both a corporate and airline
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R.D. Kardon Sometimes I just need to take a break. I craft my work in my head, and occasionally I need my internal outline to catch up. That said, if I feel like …moreSometimes I just need to take a break. I craft my work in my head, and occasionally I need my internal outline to catch up. That said, if I feel like I need to meet a writing commitment I've made to myself- such as a daily word target- I literally just search online for a prompt and start writing. Even if the prompt has nothing to do with my work, eventually I'm lead back to it.(less)
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"R D Kardon's FLYING HOME is a wonderful tribute to the pilots and all aviation personnel who keep the world moving, at home and abroad, via corporate, charter, and commercial carriers, despite the anticipated pitfalls of the profession (low pay, long" Read more of this review »
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"Outstanding finish to R.D. Kardon's Fly Girl series! In books one and two, we are introduced to Tris Miles, and follow her as she navigates the challenges of being a woman in aviation. Each book seeks to address distinct themes-workplace harassment a" Read more of this review »
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"Flying Home, the final installment of Tris Miles journey as a female captain in a male dominated industry. With both her personal and professional life at stake, Tris must weather and navigate some very difficult decisions.

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