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Soldiers’ Stories: A Collection of WWII Memoirs
History / January 25, 2017

It’s not every day that five adult siblings can pull together their collective skills and talents to produce a moving tribute to World War II veterans and their families. BookWise Publishing announces that the Miller Family did just that in this captivating compilation of memories collected from over 140 families of the men and women who lived and sacrificed during the second world war. Arrange for an insightful and intriguing interview with the Miller siblings; an artist, editor, businessman, writer/voice professional, and communications professor who pooled their strengths and passion for history to produce a full color, 338-page book to treasure, SOLDIERS’ STORIES: A Collection of WWII Memoirs. Seventy-two years after World War II ended, this family found a way to preserve poignant and remarkable stories that are fading with time

No Ordinary Soldier: My Father’s Two Wars
History / January 23, 2017

Untold Pearl Harbor Story Revealed in New World War II Book Thirty-three years after her dad’s death, author Liz Gilmore Williams delves into his letters and photos from World War II, seeking to solve a mystery: What caused his terrifying rages? She’d never considered his surviving the attack on Pearl Harbor. The letters lead her to uncover a spellbinding look at Hawaii’s transformation from island paradise to war zone, the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and his combat duty on other Pacific battlefields. Amid her quest, Liz stumbles upon a shocking secret that the letters also imply: Her father had waged two wars―one of them with himself. As we observe the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, No Ordinary Soldier: My Father’s Two Wars (Burkwood Media) offers an account of the war in the Pacific from the viewpoint of a signal corpsman in the Army Air Force. In addition to witnessing Pearl Harbor, her father saw combat on three sets of Pacific islands. Part history, creative nonfiction, and memoir, No Ordinary Soldier includes scores of her dad’s photos from the era. Though she began her research with her parents’ nearly 300 letters, the author spent eight years fully researching…