MWSA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the full-color digital edition of the summer issue of Dispatches, MWSA’s national quarterly magazine, is available online for free download. Special thanks to Pat Avery, Joyce Faulkner, and all our contributors for this important issue.
The latest novel in the Michael Neill Adventure series has begun to garner reviews, and is being enthusiastically embraced by readers. 'Trinity Icon' is the third book in the series, and features military espionage, a healthy dose of action, the intriguing world of geo-politics, and even romance. When I began writing the book 15 months ago, I was drawn to the idea of a missile defense shield positioned in Poland and Romania--a topic that has now come to the forefront of current events.
Readers can get a summary of the book and look over the first reviews by going to this link:
"Warrior Ethos" Understanding military thinking. Two opposing opinions brought together to enlighten both warrior and non-warrior.
Steven Pressfield's "The Warrior Ethos": One Marine Officer's Critique and Counterpoint /i>
by Edward H. Carpenter
Book Category: Creative Non-Fiction
Reviewed by: jim greenwald
ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 0991557204
Phoenix Conference September 25 - 28, 2014
Dear MWSA members,
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We are hoping to see all of you at our annual MWSA conference this year in Phoenix, Arizona. The conference is a wonderful time to learn more about the craft of writing, meet likeminded authors, develop relationships, and discover the ins and outs of publishing and marketing. If you think you may be attending, please note the deadlines below.