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Surrender To The Writing

This morning I am doing some writing for a course, a book I’m working on, and a military writing workshop. I came across something I wrote a couple months ago that seems very appropriate for a blog post this morning. It is a train of thought writing that I have incorporated into several projects but […]

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Military Monday – “Lost in Shangri-La” Book Review

I recently finish a book called Lost in Shangri-La by Mitchell Zuckoff which was recommended by a friend at a Starbucks I frequent. He enjoys World War II books and said this was a winner but not one to be read before bed as it is disturbing. I thought I would take it to the […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Write Your Military Stories

I started a discussion in my FaceBook Military Research and Storytelling group last month and on the World War II History network. It went like this: I’d like to know how are YOU writing the stories of your ancestors. The way I write, share stories, and lecture may not be the way you share information […]

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