An Excerpt from 'Trinity Icon'

I'm in the midst of gathering more 'likes' on my military fiction Facebook page. You can find it here:

I recently posted a passage from my third novel, 'Trinity Icon', which is nearing completion. The excerpt generated a lot of interest, and is part of a campaign to get the word out about The Michael Neill Adventures, a series of military/espionage novels. Here's the link, which appears on my page:

This Is What Hell Looks Like

Stuart Allan Steinberg takes a look at the actions of his youth as an EOD specialist, he looks at the actions taken of a war he seemed to avoid after doing his duty. In doing so he spent time with these demons of his youth and developed PTSD while becoming addicted to alcohol and drugs. This memoir was his therapy in telling his story.

This Is What Hell Looks Like
by Stuart Allan Steinberg
Book Category: Memoir
Reviewed by: Dick Geschke

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): ASIN: B00EP6B5TK

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Steinberg, Allen Stuart


Hrebik, a Marine himself, tells the story of an ordinary man who lived extraordinary things as a young Naval officer in the most challenging times and as a loving husband, doting father and talented lawyer.

Walter Goes to War - WWII
by Dick Hrebik
Book Category: Biography
Reviewed by: Ron Camarda

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1935766856

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Hrebik, Dick

Adventures of Gopher Piddington, The

Gopher Piddington loves the railroad, much to his parents' dismay. In this fast-paced coming of age story, Gopher leaves Santa Fe determined to make his own way in the world. History buffs and railroad enthusiasts will enjoy this detailed and entertaining story.

The Adventures of Gopher Piddington
by David Michaelson
Book Category: Young Adult
Reviewed by: Edward Cox

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 098850328X

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Michaelson, David

Mixed Up: my ant's mysteries

In this melting-pot world, where cultures blend and clash, it is important to remember our heritage. Mixed Up begins the dialogue for your child to explore the wonders of their unique, yet similart ant's mysteries-regardless of of the definition of "Family."

Mixed Up: my ant's mysteries
by Sandra Miller Linhart
Book Category: Children 12 and under
Reviewed by: Michael D. Mullins

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1938505034

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Linhart, Sandra Miller