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WWII Research Used in Love’s Brilliant Wreckage

WWII Research Launch week of Love’s Brilliant Wreckage is almost over (99¢ until 6-25-18 midnight or whenever Amazon flips the switch). I thought I’d share some of the WWII research I uncovered as I wrote Annie’s journey. At the start of the novel, Annie Faraday is ten weeks away from graduating from Dunlap-Dodge School of…

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Thoughts on the USS Arizona and the memorial in Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor and The USS Arizona Today marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, an event that hurled the United States into World War II , though it had been raging in Europe for years. 2,403 Americans died in our first encounter with the Japanese. 418,500 American military and civilians would die…

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