I’ve been getting a lot of emails requesting the URL for the book trailer of The Only Thing Worth Dying For, P.S. (there are two versions if you search YouTube. The original trailer is The Only Thing Worth Dying For without the P.S. ) Ignore this post if you’ve already see
During the past year, I was one of the jurors of Barnes & Noble’s Discover Award for Non Fiction. It required reading 27 books, and narrowing them down to my top three. Next week, I will be traveling to New York City to present the awards. The number one book is bestowed the
I was just informed by a friend that Betty White is reading The Only Thing Worth Dying For while waiting at a train station in the current TV Movie, The Lost Valentine (also starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Sean Faris … Did anybody else see this movie and catch a glimpse of th
I can’t deny that I check Amazon.com regularly to see what people are saying about my books. Some make me cringe, while others like this one make my day. No idea if this person is on Facebook, but I’d like to shake this guys hand. He calls himself “The Pen and the Sw
If you’re not familiar with Camp Patriot, please take a moment to check out the website. Note, the LATEST NEWS on the Camp Patriot website lists The Only Thing Worth Dying For as a must read, and gives a short review. The main page also features a video that I suggest you watch.
The following is an abbreviated letter from the daughter of a Green Beret. “I appreciate what you’ve done for the Special Forces community. My father was a Green Beret and I can’t even begin to describe how it was growing up in the SF community other than the fact that is was aw
The unforgettable account and courageous actions of the U.S. Army’s 240th Assault Helicopter Company and Green Beret staff sergeant Roy Benavidez, who risked everything to rescue a Special Forces team trapped behind enemy lines.