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INTERVIEW WITH ROGERS STATE UNIVERSITY TV

My publisher, Imzadi Publishing, arranged a television interview for me with Rogers State University TV in Claremore, OK., for September 20, on the PERSPECTIVES program.  What a day!  Sam Jones is an excellent interviewer and an accommodating host.  The folks, … Continue reading

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BACK TO WORK

It’s been a while since my last post.  I’m still enjoying the come-down from the blog tour.  I’m back to work, now, on the audio version of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR.  I hope to put this to bed next month. … Continue reading

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POST-BLOG TOUR

I must say, I was surprised at the educational opportunities of the recent blog tour.  There are so many good blogs out there.  I had no idea they would be so provocative, informative, and insightful.  This has given me inspiration … Continue reading

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THE LAST DAY OF THE BLOG TOUR

This is it.  The last day.  It’s been a fabulous week with a lot of new experiences.  I give a hearty thanks to Sage’s Blog Tours and all of the folks who sponsored my book.  And a special thanks to … Continue reading

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IT’S DAY 5!

I’ve had a great time experiencing new authors and books from this blog tour.  I’ve also been rewarded with some very good reviews of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR.  I thank these generous readers for their kind words.  Of course, it … Continue reading

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DAY 4 OF THE BLOG TOUR

Well, the day got off to a roaring start with an excellent review of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR by the folks at Rosepoint Publishing.  A hearty thank you to them.  I believe exposure to books like this will have some … Continue reading

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SO THAT WE WON’T ARE NOT FORGOTTEN

There have been many good books written about wars and battles, too many to count. Some are merely accounts of the skirmishes that took place in the past. Others bear upon the battles themselves and the men who fought them. … Continue reading

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