Back by popular demand!
Well…not quite back. I’ve been periodically writing and posting a blog about various subjects as various events unfold, but I haven’t been writing an ongoing series of posts. So many of you have asked for an ongoing blog that I’ve decided to take on a weekly series.
In the past, I’ve posted about military and veteran / service member subjects, such as Purple Heart Day, National POW/MIA Day, Getting Real About PTS and TBI, and one a lot of you really liked, Gaining Freedom – A Personal Journey in Surviving PTS and TBI.
As a writer, I’ve also written several posts about books and writing. A couple of my personal favorites were the Veteran’s Writing Seminar, and several “meet the author / book signings”, like Run, Don't Walk by Adele Levine.
While I’ve enjoyed periodically writing and posting about these issues and events, I’ve had several discussions (usually pretty one-way, from several readers / followers, as well as family and friends), and have decided to move forward with the weekly series.
All that said, here’s what you can expect moving forward. I intend to post about the subjects that I am writing about in my series of books (the Warrior series, and the Protector series), as well as about various aspects of writing. In general, these would include:
Besides my weekly blog, don’t forget that I will still be posting book reviews, upcoming events, guest blogs and commentaries (separate and aside from my weekly blog), and other items that many of you have expressed interest in.
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I want to thank all of you for your comments and suggestions, and look forward to sharing with you each week!
"What we do for ourselves dies with us.
What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal."