In support of Veterans Day, check out some of our books written by veterans.
Jarron Webster is the author of Millennial Marriages: A Military Relationship, which explores the ins and outs of a military relationship in the first years after “I do.”
George Trowbridge is the author of Striking Eight Bells: A Vietnam Memoir, which is about George’s journey in the Navy as he traversed the oceans of the globe to fight in America’s most unpopular war.
Tonja Anderson-Dell is the author of Gifts From A Glacier: The Quest for an American Flag and 52 Souls, which is about her journey to recover the bodies of 52 American soldiers who died in a mysterious plane crash in 1952.
Karen Mertes is the author of Plaintiff 101, which details everything she learned about being the plaintiff in a personal injury case after a traumatic brain injury forced her to retire from being a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force.
Corey Hall is the author of I Found Me, which is an inspirational story that brings light to an invisible enemy that millions of people suffer from in America—bipolar disorder.
Bob Baldwin and Jay Ledbetter co-authored Proper Care & Feeding of a Huntin’ Buddy, which is filled with hilarious short stories about their hunting adventures and escapades.
Dr. Uhuru Smith, MD and Dr. Tracy Smith, PhD co-authored Modern IV Wellness, which introduces the world to a modern spin on the age-old use of IV therapy.
Art Koch is the author of When Swing Was King!, which is about one of the most historical eras in American music.
Scars of a Soldier by by Jonathan Bonnet follows Jonathan on his journey from a teenage delinquent to a soldier in Afghanistan.
The Audacity of Resilience: A Refugee Memoir by by Pitman Kennedy. An inspirational memoir of a man who escaped war torn Liberia to eventually find asylum in America. Who then serves in the US military and becomes a successful businessman and helps kids through his basketball programs.