A summary of the book I’m working on appeared in the Washington Post: Summary John Kelly – I have lots of books in me. Now, do I want to write any . . . www.washingtonpost.com “For a couple of months now — well, eight or nine — I’ve had a two-inch t
Just found out I will be on FOX’s national morning show, “Fox And Friends” tomorrow in the early A.M. along with Captain (now Lieutenant Colonel) Jason Amerine. In the meantime, check out this review just up moments ago. Frontpage Mag Review
Hello all: I have a favor to ask. If you have read The Only Thing Worth Dying For, one of the men on the Special Forces team—ODA 574—needs your help. Gilbert Magallanes, aka, Mag, survived a traumatic brain injury while fighting the war in Afghanistan, and has come back from about the
The Army Times, Marine Times, Air Force Times, and Navy Times, weekly newspapers just ran the following review of the book, and didn’t shy away from calling out some of the more controversial aspects of the story. Please, check it out, and send it around to your friends. Review
Troy Steward, one of the hosts on “You Served” radio posts a stunning, no-nonsense review of the book on Bouhammer’s Blog, one of the most popular military blogs on the web. Thanks Troy, and Bouhammers for your service, and for the kind words. Take a look at the post
This is an amazing, comprehensive review of the book by a well-known, and respected political blogger (check out his bio on his blog) named Henry Mark Holzer. Thank you Mr. Holzer for your insights, and positive reaction. The Only Thing Worth Dying For, by Eric Blehm (HarperCollins,
Okay, this is starting to sound like The Boy Who Cried: “I’m going to be on the Rachel Maddow Show!” We did the show last night, it had to be taped, and will air sometime next week. The focus of news, is rightfully focused on Haiti, and so we wait. Supposedly, Monday
An article today in the local paper: UT San Diego News Local author tells story of first military casualties in war on terror nctimes.com It was, said best-selling author Eric Blehm of Cardiff, too good a story not to tell.
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.