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My Very First Book Signing … Hello friends! I will be having my very first book signing on Tuesday, February 27th, from 12:00 to 3:00 pm at McKay’s Books in Knoxville, Tennessee. This is pretty exciting! It is a lot of work establishing yourself and getting your name out there. Every little bit certainly helps. If…Details
Skadooosh! Serpents Underfoot scores another 5 star rating! Thank you, Kevin Keegan, for your 5 star rating of Serpents Underfoot on Goodreads. Much appreciated! I am glad you enjoyed the book! Please keep an eye out for the sequel. It will be even better.
What can an individual do to support our troops? Whatever we can do to support our troops, we should! I was messaging with my nephew who is with the 4/25th and currently stationed in Afghanistan. He is attached to my old unit … the 1/501st Parachute Regiment. The 1/501st was airborne during WW II. However,…Details
USS Laffey: The Ship That Would Not Die. The story of the USS Laffey is one of uncommon bravery and perseverance in battle and a tribute to all members of the American military. Some years ago I visited Patriot Point in Charleston, South Carolina. While there I toured the Aircraft Carrier USS Yorktown, the Destroyer,…Details
Another Five Star Review for Serpents Underfoot! Thank you, Martha, for your thoughtful comments and great Five Star Review on Amazon.com. That makes 6 so far! I continue to be surprised by the number of women who enjoy this book. I think Martha’s review shed some light on this for me. While it is a…Details
A novel of the Vietnam War! Many today know little about the Vietnam War. The author, Karl Marlantes, served in the Marine Corp during the Vietnam War. Awarded the Navy Cross, the Bronze Star, two Navy Commendation Medals for valor, two Purple Hearts, and ten air medals, Mellas was no armchair warrior. He was deep…Details
Another 5 Star Review Serpents Underfoot has just received its 4th Five Star review! Thanks, Ann, for the great review! While writing this book, I had imagined it would mostly appeal to men between 18 and 65 years of age. The number of women who also seem to really enjoy the book is surprising to…Details