Both the paperback and ebook are now available for this awesome book! Yay! :)
Take a look inside the mind, heart, and soul of an American soldier during wartime with these real and AMAZING love letters that will touch your heart forever. They’re filled with deep, raw emotions that can be hard to replicate in fiction. Also, see how much war, being away from loved ones, and fighting on the front lines can really change a person.
Go ahead. Grab a copy and give it a read. I promise, you won’t be sorry.
This Kid Reviews Books
You may have noticed I’ve been a bit absent from the blogosphere (or maybe you haven’t in which case I need to do a better job ;) ), I felt I need to explain what’s been going on.
I was on vacation at the beginning of July and upon getting back and then catching up with my work, our family suffered a very tragic accident. My aunt and three of her daughters were on a cross-country road trip from Pennsylvania to California. An adventure of a life time.
Beth, Lizzy, Savanna and Sequoia in California.
Sadly, in California, they had a terrible accident. The driver of their SUV fell asleep. The car ran down an embankment, hit a pole and overturned. My aunt and one of my cousins did not make it.
My cousin Savanna and Aunt Beth
My other two cousins were seriously injured. My uncle and…
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Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog
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While writing the introduction to a fellow author’s book, I realized many of us view success as an end-product. We aspire, we strive and, if fortunate, we manifest. Only then do we feel gratified, overlooking all we accomplished in the process. In short, we fail ourselves.
If we become discouraged when met by an obstacle, we are not seeing that obstacle for what it truly is: a teacher. Obstacles not only teach us what does not work, but also challenge us to reach beyond our perceived limitations. Obstacles are opportunities to practice what we’ve learned, alter our approach, and move forward. This is success.
Being stuck in obsessive thought patterns, limiting beliefs, or anything that stops us short of reaching a goal can lead to wallowing in the past (nostalgia) and yearning for the future (desire). Turning inward and finding the embedded thoughts sabotaging our efforts…
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