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Yes, You can Judge a Book by its Cover

You know the old adage, “you can judge a book by its cover?” It’s true. It’s especially true if you are an indie author and you’re trying to fight for a piece of the action in a market that is getting smaller and smaller. If you want your book to get noticed you are going […]

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Former US Congressman Visits SolBridge

A former US congressman visited SolBridge the other day to address the students; a former congressman from Illinois I might add. Donald Manzullo, from Illinois’ 16th Congressional District. Just up the road a bit from the LaSalle-Peru area. He’s currently the President and the CEO of the Korea Economic Institute of America (KEIA) We had […]

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Welcome Home, Cpl. William F. Day

These news stories always choke me up. Another soldier has finally returned home from a “forgotten war.” The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing from the Korean War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors. […]

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Buy this Book!

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice which technically ended the Korean War, though the US and ROK service members and South Korean civilians who lost their lives since the end of the Korean War on July 27, 1953 would beg to differ. There are still over 7,900 US service members […]

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Welcome Home, Pfc James Constant

It’s only fitting that a soldier listed as missing in action from the Korean War for nearly sixty years will finally return home this Memorial Day weekend. It has been a long, convoluted trip but finally, 63 years after he was killed in action during the Korean War, an American soldier returns to the Indiana […]

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War Remains Cracks Amazon’s Top Ten

And I am in some great company. I know it’s only for a while (by now the book has probably slipped out of the Top Ten) but it was a good feeling while it lasted. I hope this exposure at the top of the charts will make more people interested in downloading a copy and […]

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Welcome Home, Lt. Col. Don Faith

Of all the men listed as missing in action from the Chosin Reservoir in November-December 1950, perhaps none are more famous than Lt. Col. Don Faith who commanded the ill-fated Task Force Faith. His remains were positively identified last October and next week, April 17, he will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. In late […]

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Welcome Home, Corporal James Rexford Hare

It could be a page right out of the Korean War novel, War Remains. Another soldier, Corporal James Rexford Hare, has come home from a forgotten war. And this time, it’s a soldier who was captured during the battle at Hoengseong. Hare was in the 15th Field Artillery Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division, which was part […]

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Why you should read this book

There are still over 7,900 Americans listed as missing in action from the Korean War. This is the story of one of those Americans. Is that a good enough reason for you?   War Remains, A Korean War Novel (eBook)

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Military Demarcation Line — Panmunjom

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Korean War armistice on July 27, 1953 which ended the three-year conflict. For over 60 years, the two Koreas have remained technically at war with numerous incidents to remind the world of the fragile peace which has existed on the peninsula. My first book, […]

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