Memorial Day 2018

Happy Memorial Day. Thank you to all the men and women who gave their lives in service of our great nation. You and your families are on our minds today as we honor the sacrifice you made.

Run The Table: Operation Intense Freedom

Run The Table:  Operation Intense Freedom has been released.  It is available on Amazon and you can pick it up through Kindle Unlimited as well.  This is the third book in my Warden Series. https://www.amazon.com/Run-Table-Operation-Intense-Freedom-ebook/dp/B01MA4LMGW   ~Would you cheat if the deck was already stacked against you?~ Paralyzed by fear. Staring up at the sky through … Continue reading Run The Table: Operation Intense Freedom

PRP3 The Author, Amazon Reviewer

I have reviewed many books and products on Amazon, and see that people have voted some of my reviews as helpful.  I like to think that I've helped some people make purchases. I love to read books, and the top genres I prefer to read are:  Zombie Apocalypse, Post Apocalypse, Marines, War, Military Fiction, Military Non … Continue reading PRP3 The Author, Amazon Reviewer

Police Shooting and Protests

I think I've been quiet on the issue for too long.  The issue is not going away on its own.  Me speaking on it won’t make any difference either, but I have friends on both sides of the police shooting issue.  I think I need to throw in my two cents.  Hopefully it can help … Continue reading Police Shooting and Protests

Civil Service employees living in military housing

These two paragraphs are just background info. This won't mean anything to most people, but civil service employees can live aboard military bases.  So can retirees, base contractors, and sometimes regular civilians.  Not many civilians will live on base because they give priority to the military.  When military families prefer to live off base they open … Continue reading Civil Service employees living in military housing

Cover Reveal for my new book

Run The Table:  Operation Intense Freedom (Warden Series Book 3)   ~Would you cheat if the deck was already stacked against you?~ Paralyzed by fear. Staring up at the sky through his gas mask. John Gabriel Warden is terrified and lying in a hole. One minute its business as usual, and the next there are … Continue reading Cover Reveal for my new book

Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise’s Blurb

~What vile act would force you to take the law into your own hands?~ Staring out at the sunset. Water ebbing, and flowing over his feet. John Gabriel Warden finally felt content. He found paradise. Not only did he find paradise, but he bought a house and bar on it. Things couldn't get any better … Continue reading Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise’s Blurb

All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle’s Blurb

~What lines would you cross to make your dreams come true?~ Out of breath. Blood dripping from his helmet... John Gabriel Warden is faced with a moral and ethical dilemma. Standing in the middle of a dimly lit kitchen, Warden happens upon a discovery that will change his life, and the lives of his teammates … Continue reading All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle’s Blurb

Civic Sense of Duty

How do we breed a civic sense of duty in our future generations?  Right now, I believe that there is a mutual distrust between younger generations, and the government.  Both feel like the other doesn't appreciate each other.  We let horrible past situations shape our future interactions with each other.  I believe we need to take … Continue reading Civic Sense of Duty

Roads Less Traveled

I'm not putting together a recruitment drive for the military, but I think people may not know alternatives.  I'm speaking of college, college loans, and trying to start a career. I'm a Millennial.  I was born in 1982, and I graduated high school in 2000.  How millennial is that?  I graduate high school, and have to … Continue reading Roads Less Traveled