My Story, Vietnam 1968, 196th Light Infantry Brigade <bR>By: Gary L Lyles
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-539-0
Edition: Paperback, 263 Pages
Publication Date: March 11, 2014
My Story was written in an effort to capture my memories of the Vietnam War. I arrived in Vietnam on December 19, 1967, as a naive twenty-year-old private, E-3, and left on December 9, 1968, as a disillusioned Staff Sergeant, E-6, with two Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart. As a soldier assigned to Alpha Company, Third Battalion, Twenty-first Infantry, 196th Light Infantry Brigade, I fought the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Regulars (NVA) in the flatlands and the mountains west of Tam KY and the NVA on the DMZ north of Dong Ha. Enemy fire, malaria, accidents, and the scorching heat all took a heavy toll on Alpha Company. The high casualty rate was a constant drain on the company’s experience and the lack of experience produced yet more casualties. On more than one occasion, stupid mistakes cost young men their lives. But at other times, like when we turned back the NVA on the DMZ, I can assure you that there wasn’t a better outfit in Vietnam on that night in May.
First Born - Daddyman <bR>By: Frank Bailey
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-516-1
Edition: Paperback, 100 Pages
Publication Date: September 4, 2013
Other Editions: Hardcover
I was born and raised in Philly and this is my life story. A true testimony as to who I am and have become through all roads this fascinating journey has taken me. Step into my world and become intrigued.
Out of My Darkness into God's Light <BR>By: Patricia Harper Cummings
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-503-1
Edition: Paperback, 176 Pages
Publication Date: June 27, 2013
Patricia Harper Cummings takes the reader on a fascinating journey into and out of her inner realm of make-believe and “beautiful” lies. She believes that her story can serve as an illustration of the saving power of the Good Shepherd who gently delivered her out of this shadowy world of pretend and brought her back into reality, the One who brought her out of her darkness and into His marvelous light.
Whatever Happened to the Kid and His Mountain <BR>By: Ray Kopek
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-321-1
Edition: Paperback, 55 Pages
Publication Date: August 3, 2011
This is a story about a person that was inspired to run in the Pike’s Peak Marathon in 1973. He was so inspired by it he wants to share his life’s running and travel adventures. This book is a decade by decade story of his running and travel adventures. The author consistently overcame adversity to achieve the many goals he set for himself. This is a sequel to his first book “The Kid and His Mountain”. Hope you enjoy the story!!!
Final Offerings <bR>A Selection of Stories from the Heart <bR>By: Henry M. Schmidt
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-271-9
Edition: Paperback, 259 Pages
Publication Date: May 16, 2011
Other Editions: Hardcover
Henry Schmidt has done it again.... He has written for the people who look to find their friends or themselves in each and every story he comes up with.... One reader said she was certain that it was her mate who he wrote about in one of his stories. Another fan said it was his fault that the story was so true to his misbehavior. Still another older gentleman said he apologized to his wife for being in the story she had read about misinterpretations of love.... Henry has written stories that have made men ask their wives to pull over while driving so that they can retell the story in THEIR words.

Where these stories come from is anyone’s guess, but you can be sure that there is at least one that is very similar to what you have experienced during your youthful dream filled days and nights. Every man and at least most women will admit that the stories ring true in certain ways that they are reluctant to remember. If that is the case with you... then read with a smile on your face and answer questions at a later date.... Enjoy what the author has provided for discussion with your loved ones sometime in the near future... Hurry because Henry has more stories coming soon and you my friend might just be the focus of his next book....

Henry Schmidt has many a story yet to put to print. He is writing for everyone to enjoy, even though some folks have asked that their names not be used.... He is getting more ideas from the people he crosses paths with in his everyday life in Las Vegas, Nevada. If you are looking to be part of some personal exposure... then play it straight so that excuses in the future are easier to explain....
The Scum'll Come Out Tomorrow <BR>A Tale of Coffeehouses and Lunatics <br>By: Victor Godot
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-281-8
Edition: Paperback, 307 Pages
Publication Date: April 20, 2011
Only one thing kept him from being framed as a sex offender by a group of religious lunatics bent on his destruction: He wouldn’t pick up the bait... jail bait. The incredible, true story of award-winning digital photographic artist and author Victor Godot. Author of “Serial Murder Syndrome”, “Tales of the Lost Dutchman’s Mind, Volumes I, II, and III”, and “Images, Volumes I and II”.
Hope and Purpose from the Past to the Future <BR>By: Larry D. Preston
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-264-1
Edition: Paperback, 99 Pages
Publication Date: February 21, 2011
This is a great motivational book that can inspire the reader to find new avenues to improve and develop a better choice and direction and hope for a better future. Lots of information that can only be gathered in one’s lifetime. The book touches on many subjects and will not bore you to fall asleep while reading. If that’s the kind of book you’re looking for, don’t buy this one! Although I hope that everyone will be curious enough to buy this book to really see what a first time author as I am can accomplish through many hours of thought to arrange writing to keep the interest of the reader. I think there are many would be could be authors out there that have an interesting story to tell and I hope maybe they can follow my lead and start to put those experiences down on paper for the whole world to see. Books are what we leave behind to keep alive our existence. It tells the world our life was meaningful and we did not live in vain!
Betrayal <BR>One Man's Journey <br>By: Tadeusz P. Wojcik
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-460-7
Edition: Paperback, 429 Pages
Publication Date: July 29, 2013
Betrayal is a richly woven memoir of my dramatic fight for survival during World War II, starting as an aspiring soldier in the Army and ending my military career as a fighter pilot in the Polish Air Force and British RAF in England. It is a true story filled with suspense that reads like a novel.

After my escape from a German POW camp, I joined the Polish Underground Army. When my arrest became imminent, I evaded the German Gestapo only to be captured by the Russian NKVD (KGB). They charged me with counter-revolutionary activities and sentenced me to a Siberian labor camp, Gulag.

This is my memorable love story with a mysterious Polish girl. In similar adventures, we were facing the daunting perils of that time during one of the most momentous chapters in modern history, the treacherous Siberian taigas, Kazakhstan steppe, and the Middle East deserts.

After the Allied victory in Europe, I discovered that I was betrayed by the Western Allies at the Yalta Conference. As a result, after I was stripped of my Polish citizenship I became stateless.
World War Two - Real Life Events Told By A Veteran <bR>By: Salvador A. Sciuto
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-249-8
Edition: Paperback, 116 Pages
Publication Date: December 31, 2010
This is a true story of a man by the name of Salvador A. Sciuto, A.K.A. Sampson, who served in the U.S. Army during World War Two.

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, April 17, 1923, and serving in the U.S. Army for over two years and three months in the U.S. and in foreign areas, as a P.F.C. (Private First Class) in the G333rd Infantry Regiment.

Discover what life was like during those times through real eyes. How it started, what happened, and the ending to the war from a service member’s point of view. An insider’s look into what happened.
My Life, My Hell <BR>This Grunt's Journey Back to the World <BR>By: Dan R. Vaughn, Jr.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-203-0
Edition: Paperback, 171 Pages
Publication Date: August 13, 2010
Other Editions: Hardcover
The majority of Americans know of the fifty eight thousand who died in the Vietnam War, but very few have heard of the hundreds of thousands who have died since its end. They are the forgotten victims of a war fought by politicians instead of generals with no real plan for victory. Vietnam Veterans by the thousands have died since the war because of their exposure to Agent Orange, but so many more have taken their own lives to forget the Hell on Earth which they endured. In my book, I try to take the reader back in time so they can understand the real story behind the Vietnam War as seen thru the eyes of those of us who fought it. My story tells of the struggles of day to day life as I and my brothers faced the enemy in battle in Vietnam, and it also tells of their bravery and sacrifice for each other. I have tried to explain to the reader how combat affects those of us burdened with pain, loss and guilt for those who could not return. I hope my story becomes a lasting tribute to those men and women lost in a war in which America seemed to have forgotten so many years ago. I also hope and pray that it will save the life of just one veteran before he or she gives up their struggle to find peace.