To any MWSA members who happen to reside in the New Orleans area:
John Penny, book reviewer for The Aviator, the monthly publication of the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association, is looking for writers and publishers who reside in or around New Orleans in order to include them in a presentation he is putting on re: publishing for the VHPA's upcoming convention in New Orleans. You can contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell him you got his whereabouts from Marc Yablonka.
Once a Knight April 27-29 in our MWSA Forum. Here's a link to a pdf with details about the book, the event, and special pricing for MWSA members. Once A Knight PDF.
Make a note to join us in what promises to be an informative and lively discussion that will be useful for authors writing in all genres.
Note to MWSA members: I'll be featured in a one-hour interview on www.militaryauthorradio.com hosted by Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley on Sunday, April 15th at 5:30 P.M. PST. Members are invited to call into the show at 347-308-8613. Hope to talk to you "on the air."
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