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My Friend ROCKS!

We all have friends, but to have a military friend is something much different. You share a special bond, a love, hate, relationship with life and a strength that not many can¬†understand,¬†but other wives. No, I am not a military wife anylonger, but I was one for 11 years and it does not just leave […]

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Book Review: GOTU

“GOTU is a fast-paced read with plenty of of action and a decent story line about border crime and law enforcement with intriguing characters.” ~Greta Perry~ GOTU – A Robin Marlette Novel I must say, I am on a roll of reviewing good books (I hope writing that does not jinx me). Author, Mike McNeff […]

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Book Review: Moitz

I had the pleasure of reviewing the third book of author and Submarine Officer’s Michael Pennington’s series called Moitz. I previously reviewed books 1 and 2, Zhena and Dohch and loved them both. I assure you, this one was fabulous and left me waiting for book number 4. “If you are looking for a fun […]

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Unbroken: Book Review

“Olympian, World War II Prisoner of War, True American Hero,” are the words written across the top of Louie Zamperini’s website. Laura Hillenbrand spent seven years researching and writing “Unbroken” and it shows as you become lost in her words. Louie’s journey is so superbly told, that you can’t help feel a powerful connection to […]

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Book Review: Gated Grief

“Gated Grief is a must read book for all who have been touched by war. It brings some understanding into how coping with harmful memories is a life long burden for the survivor and to some extent is carried on though their loved ones.” ~Greta Perry~ As someone who reads and writes a lot about […]

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