My Life with a Wounded Warrior

If you are, or have been, the spouse of a person who served in combat, you want to read this book. It can make you smile or it can make you cry, but it will not leave you less than thoughtful.

My Life with a Wounded Warrior
by Pamela Foster
Book Category: Memoir
Reviewed by: Mike Mullins

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1490400184

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Foster, Pamela

Casualty of War

Casualty of War

By: Jon M. Nelson

 

With a terrified look upon his face,

I wonder what he’s doing in this place.

There are bombs exploding and bullets flying,

He’s curled up in a corner scared and crying.

 

I know that he did not ask to be here,

And I know he’s overwhelmed with fear.

Where are the parents of this child lost,

As he screams out in this holocaust?

 

I can feel his pain as I see his tears,

But his cries will fall upon deaf ears.

The sounds of war drown him out,

A Soldier's Prayer

A Soldier's Prayer

By: Jon M. Nelson

 

Now I lay me down to sleep,

And hope my dreams are thoughtful and deep.

I pray that tonight I’m not awaken,

By bombs exploding and the ground shakin’.

 

I hope that I can get some peaceful rest,

And wish that the next day will be blessed.

All I want is to sleep through the night,

So that tomorrow I’m ready for another fight.

 

I pray my dreams are of my family,

As I make sacrifices to keep them free.

May you watch over and keep them safe,

Overture to Disaster

The theft of Soviet nerve gas by a dissident Russian officer triggers an international chase. Burke Hill, hero of the previous two books in this series, must find a way to prevent a devastating attack on the United States, aided only by a Russian detective and a disgraced American pilot.

Overture to Disaster
by Chester D. Campbell
Book Category: Mystery/Thriller
Reviewed by: Terry Shoptaugh

ISBN: BOOEX6BUQU

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Campbell, Chester D.

We'll All Die As Marines Radio Interview

I have finally published on YouTube the radio interview conducted Mr. Jay Douglas Barker of Toginet for iUniverse. It is way to long, but cutting it down to a reasonable length was way beyond the reach of this electronically-handicapped Marine Grunt. So, I added some photos throughout to perhaps relieve some of your boredom (I hope it works:-). Readers of the book will recognize the scenes in the photos even though many of them were not in the book due to space limitations.

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