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Leonard Rogers said:   September 15, 2015 4:06 am PST
I have read your new book, Brightness from the Shadows, and I was very impressed. I was wondering why you aren't more famous? You have a lot of inspirational and truthful messages and I think this world needs to wake up and really get an understanding of what you're trying to say. Very well done sir. I look forward to reading some of your other books and add them to my library.

Bill Peters said:   July 18, 2014 7:35 pm PST
Looking forward to getting to know more about you and your work. Blessings . . .

Jon Klein said:   June 11, 2014 6:06 am PST
We first met at your book signing in the mall, here in Clarksville. I have read your poems, and I have to say it hits the heart brother. I have passed your book to several of my friends that are also suffering through PTSD and have had comrades that have fallen. Your poems help us remember, and some how cope with what happened and help us move forward. Thank you for your service and words.

Diana L. said:   May 14, 2014 11:16 am PST
This book of poetry was recommended by a friend. I’ll be the first to say poetry usually isn’t my first (or second or even third) choice as far as reading materials go. This book was uniquely different as the author brought the raw emotions of war as seen through the eyes of a US soldier straight to my doorstep. It also allowed readers to see what is perhaps a side we don’t think about- that soldiers are more than military machines. These people have hopes, dreams, wishes and painful moments too. The book is nicely divided into sections including American Pride, Love of a Lifetime, Human Nature, A Darker Side and God’s Beauty all giving us a glimpse into a mix of thoughts and emotions beautifully delivered. Even if you’ve never read poetry or don’t consider yourself a poetry type of person, I think you will enjoy this book. It really had an impact on me.

Sharon Mitchell said:   March 6, 2014 11:27 am PST
Your words of wisdom are absolutely inspiring and motivating. I never really understood exactly what a soldier goes through, but you have really opened my eyes to that aspect. If more people respected and thought about the human race the way that you do, this world would be a much better place. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

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