Jeffrey Miller

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Read an eBook Week at Smashwords

March is declared Read an eBook Month, for which Smashwords.com is an official sponsor, and to encourage more eBook readers, for the first week 4-10 March inclusive, eBooks can be purchased from the Smashwords site at considerable discounts, sometimes for free, mine own included.

Why not pop along to Smashwords.com and have a look around. You never know, you might stumble across a gem. If you find something you like, pass it on. The more readers the merrier.

Go here to see what Smashwords has to offer.

All my titles at Smashwords are 50% during Read an eBook Week. Just enter the coupon code REW50 when checking out.

War Remains

Invaders From Mars and Other Tales of Youthful Angst

Damaged Goods

Waking Up in the Land of the Morning Calm

Crossing the Isthmus of Panama with Howard and Other Stories, Part 5 — Coming soon

It’s about time for another installment of my life in Panama 76-78. When the holidays roll around, I often think back to when I was stationed at Howard Air Force Base in the Panama Canal Zone. It was my first time away from home during the holidays and for all the years that I have been away from “home” since those two years, those two years that I was stationed in Panama have always been a yardstick of sorts for dealing with holiday nostalgia and those pangs of homesickness.

Here’s a glimpse of what awaits you. Hopefully, I’ll have the chance to write this up before I leave for Laos in six days.

This is what I remember singing in the back of John Hill’s dune buggy with a group of friends from the 24th CAMS squadron as we sped across the Thatcher Ferry Bridge on our way to our favorite watering holes in Panama City.

“Jingle Bells, Shotgun Shells/Rabbits all the way/Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one-horse Chevrolet….”

More to come soon.

In the meantime, may I suggest picking up a copy of Invaders from Mars and Other Tales of Youthful Angst? I have two Christmas essays which will get you in the mood: “1968, the year I Stopped Believing in Santa Claus” and “Out, Out Damn Tree.”

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