A recent conversation with one of my sons, now in his 40's, at first held great promise for my sense of fulfillment, but quickly morphed into a pre-packaged, pre-digested, opinion that his old man lacked wisdom, knowledge and an approved sense of the future. For my part, I quickly saw that in my desire to provide my children the best of what I had lacked, they had earned nothing and had little appreciation for what they had. They had joined the generation that wants to swallow but doesn't want to chew.
I’m the writer guy. If you’re not sure what that means, allow me to explain…
SFA Chapter 27 Benefit 2011.wmv.flvTrying another test here. Not as much as a blog posting as an attempt to see if I can post media/vidoe. If successful this is the video I put together for my chapter fund rainsing event this summer
Breastfeeding in Combat Boots is FINALLY available in both Kindle and E-Pub formats. I have been hounding my publisher for over a year to bring my book to this format due to the high demand from deployed military personnel who want to have an electronic version of the book rather than having to carry a full-sized book in thier gear. It is here and works great on the Kindle, the Kindle app, the Nook and the iBooks app on the iPad. Furthermore the many weblinks I have in the book are now easily accessable for moms to gather even more information straight from the device itself.
I would like to welcome John E. Nevola to READER NETWORK.
At The Crossroads of Humanity
The Last Jump is a historical novel of World War II. America had its trials and tribulations with racial and gender bias and struggled with these issues throughout the War. A segregated military and a condescending attitude toward women made it extremely difficult for these groups to fully participate and prove themselves. But not impossible!