5 Star Review – “The Red Hand”

Another 5-Star review for ‘The Weight of Living.’ Thanks from a grateful author | Michael Stephen Daigle

https://michaelstephendaigle.com/2019/02/13/another-5-star-review-for-the-wright-of-living-thanks-from-a-grateful-author/

The Authors Show – Marc Cullison

The Other Vietnam WarImzadi Publishing author Marc Cullison was recently interviewed by The Authors Show (www.TheAuthorsShow.com) about his book The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam.

UPDATE! We now have a copy of that interview to share with you…

This book is available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook on AMAZON.COM today!

Nagler Book Four: ‘The Red Hand’ accepted for publishing — Michael Stephen Daigle

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Among the favorite words an author likes to hear are: “I really liked your book.” The other favorite words are: “Your book has been accepted for publication.” So, I am pleased to announce that the fourth in the award-winning Frank Nagler Mystery series, “The Red Hand,” has been accepted for publication by Imzadi Publishing of […]

via Nagler Book Four: ‘The Red Hand’ accepted for publishing — Michael Stephen Daigle

Nagler book four done: ‘The Red Hand’

Michael Stephen Daigle

It’s done. The fourth Frank Nagler Mystery, called “The Red Hand.”

It’s done as much as it can be before going through an editing process and revisions, and all the stuff that follows the suspected completion of a book.

Before I describe the book, I would like to note the real life loss of one of the popular settings in the stories, Barry’s, a restaurant in Dover, N.J.

The real Barry’s was one of numerous businesses destroyed in a terrible fire this week. The fire, apparently fueled  by natural gas, destroyed a block of businesses and apartments in Dover’s historic downtown.

It’s a terrible loss, homes, jobs and futures. Agencies are working hard to help those who suffered these losses.

Barry’s was the kind of place that every downtown needs, fast, loud, filled with stories. As a newspaper reporter working in Dover for eight years, it was a place for…

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Author Interview: Marc Cullison

Marc Cullison, the author of “The Other Vietnam War” and “Vietnam Again” was recently interviewed for the show “Perspectives”. Here’s the interview for your viewing pleasure. If you have a Vet in your life, these would make a wonderful gifts. If you are interested in history, these are great books….and if you want a true first-hand perspective of the conflict a soldier felt, pick these up today. Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, & Kobo!!

Martha

Insights into Detective Frank Nagler’s relationship with his wife Martha.

Michael Stephen Daigle

“Do you remember the first time we came here?” Martha asked as she picked another rose, this one freshly petaled, and inhaled its soft scent. Then she offered it to him, and he buried his nose in the flower before kissing her hand.

“It was seventh grade, after you played Juliet, opposite, what was his name?”

“Bennie Garza,” she smiled. “Bennie, Bennie, where for art thou, Bennie? He was always trying to tongue me when we kissed. But I had braces, and he’d jam his tongue against them. I almost laughed in the death scene.”

She threw an arm across her breasts. “I pointed at you in the front row when I said, ‘Where for art thou, Romeo.’”

“I remember. I felt there wasn’t anyone else in that auditorium but you and me.”

He leaned over to kiss her, but stopped and pulled down her lower lip. “Nope. No braces.”

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The Other Vietnam War by Marc Cullison

We agree! It’s an insight from a soldier most memoirs just don’t seem to capture. We highly recommend it as well.

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8638D19E-1884-4EAA-B001-4DE48F30E63EThe Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam

By Marc Cullison

Genre:Biographies & Memoirs, Historical, Military & Wars, Vietnam War

Book Description 

Each of us who served in Vietnam was the guy next door, the average Joe, not a hero. The boy who might date your daughter or sister. The young man who might mow your yard. In Vietnam, we weren’t out to be heroes. We just did our jobs.

For a helicopter pilot, each day was like all the others. You flew the mission and never stopped to think that it might be your last. You didn’t think about the bullet holes in the helicopter, the cracks in the tail boom, or about any of it until night, lying in bed when you couldn’t think of anything else.

The Other Vietnam War is the story of the introduction to a new country, a backward culture…

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CELTICLADY’S REVIEWS: The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam By Marc Cullison!

Check out this interview with Imzadi Publishing’s author Marc Cullison, author of The Other Vietnam War.

https://celticladysreviews.blogspot.com/2018/07/the-other-vietnam-war-helicopter-pilots.html

The Other Vietnam War by Marc Cullison #BlogTour #BookReview

We couldn’t agree more with this review! 5 Star all the way!

The Other Vietnam War is available today, buy your copy and let us know what you think too!

The Other Vietnam War

Rosepoint Publishing

I am so delighted today to provide a review for you by the C.E.  at my blog stop for The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam by Marc Cullison on Sage’s Blog Tours.

Book Details

  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Publisher: Imzadi Publishing, LLC
  • Publication Date: May 10, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • ISBN-10: 0990846539
  • ISBN-13: 978-0990846536
  • ASIN: B00XI1T7F2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank – #242 in Kindle eBooks, Biographies & Memoirs, Historical, Military & Wars, Vietnam War

Book Blurb

The Other Vietnam WarEach of us who served in Vietnam was the guy next door, the average Joe, not a hero. The boy who might date your daughter or sister. The young man who might mow your yard. In Vietnam, we weren’t out to be heroes. We just did our jobs.

For a helicopter pilot, each day was like all the others. You flew the mission and never stopped to think that it might be…

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