Annie Flynn - First Row, Second Desk

Annie Flynn - First Row, Second Desk
103 Pages
ISBN 978-1732410688

WARNING: This is a short story. Of the 104 pages, the story itself is only 16 (2844 words). There are many pages with limited text. This is intentional — you must read this incredible story to discover why.

Annie Flynn knew early on where life would take her. “The northeastern region of Syrtis Major Planum. That’s where I’m going to land.”

Experience the magical life of Annie Flynn, from those early years in the first row, second desk to humankind’s first landing on the red planet.


“…fantastic stories, where I’m limited only by my imagination, not by the confines of this stupid disease.” National MS Society Leadership Conference, Denver, CO - November 2016

Kevin Byrne shares unique insight into the world as a man condemned by both his body and mind. Published by the NEVER STOP NEVER QUIT charitable foundation, 100% of the revenue earned from each sale will go directly to the fight against multiple sclerosis. Never Stop… Never Quit…®

Kevin Byrne

About Kevin Byrne (Portland, Oregon Author)

Kevin Byrne

Kevin was born and raised in New York City. A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1999, while serving overseas in command of a US Army Air Cavalry Troop. He is now medically retired and lives in Portland, Oregon with his daughter, Eleanor.

Kevin devotes much of his time and energy towards overcoming the challenges of his own MS, so he can fight for others. He began writing and blogging in 2010, for the Department of Veterans Affairs, the National MS Society, and then NEVER STOP NEVER QUIT, a charitable foundation he co-formed to further expand his fundraising and advocacy in the fight against MS. Several of his stories are now under preparation for publication, spanning a wide variety of genres.

"...fantastic stories, where I'm limited only by my imagination, not by the confines of this stupid disease." NMSS Leadership Conference Denver, CO November 2016