Sgt. Clyde Hoch
The last thing Clyde Hoch expected to do in his life was to write a book. Once an elderly neighbor stopped in. When his neighbor left, he thought what a great story he's just told. When he's gone his story is gone. He thought well, everyone has a story. He thought about his military experiences. He felt he would put them down on the computer and possibly send them to a military magazine to see if they would publish them. He sent his chapters to people he served with in Vietnam, to make sure they were right. He sent them to his daughter to proofread. She said, "you have to make this into a book." That was how it all got started.
Sgt. Hoch was chosen as one of the fifty great writers you should be reading. All his books have received great reviews. He donates all his profits from the books to veterans and libraries.
Tracks: Memoirs of a Vietnam Veteran
Military History, Vietnam
This is the story of a young man who wanted to serve in Vietnam for his country. He spends almost three years in tanks before he arrives in Vietnam. He arrives in the middle of Tet of 1968 and goes home after Tet of 1969. The years of the heaviest fighting of the whole Vietnam War.
The tank he was commanding strikes a large land mine, get hit by artillery and is abandoned on the battlefield.
His worst battle was coming home from Vietnam.
*Recipient of a five star review from Readers Favorite.
B. A. R. Man: Browning Automatic Rifle Man
Military History, Korea
This is the true story of a young man who wishes to go to Korea to fight for his country. He has some very amazing adventures until he is wounded, captured by the Chinese. He is forced to march 200 miles with no medical attention and little food. He is held as a POW for two and a half years before he is released to an ungrateful country.
A Man Down
Military History, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq
This is the true story of four brave men who lost their lives in Wars. Two die in Vietnam. One in Afghanistan and one according to NCIS commits suicide. Suicides in the military in 2012 outpaced combat deaths. Read how a family coped with the loss. Read what a veteran is doing to help other veterans. Read the author's view on death.
*Recipient of a five star review and a bronze medal from Readers Favorite.
A Tribute to Tankers
"Albion" has seven chapters each chapter is a different short story. The stories range in time periods and locations. They range from, how humans got their start, an English expedition in 1776, a young boys dreams, a life after death experience. One story is true, can you guess which one?
Every story is very easy to read and will keep your interest.
God Help Me! Cause No One Else Will
"God Help Me!" is about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury, the leading cause of veteran suicides. A veteran commits suicide every 65 minutes. If we lose one veteran to suicide we have all failed.
It was written to help a mother and father to understand their son or daughter may be going through. A wife to better understand her husband and why he does what he does. It is to help a veteran better understand himself. It will tell you some of the warning signs and where to get help.
Profits from this book will go to start a veterans mentoring website. Who better to help a veteran than another veteran. Some of these guys just need someone to talk with.
The Biography of Linda
The Biography of Linda is the true story of a young Chinese girl who flees China during the communist take over. They settle in Vietnam and are caught up in the Vietnam War. She has a very abusive mother. She is brought to America by an American service man. They marry and she suffers more abuse from her mother-in-law and a sister-in-law who lost her husband in the Vietnam War.
She overcomes all odds and becomes a very patriotic American and a wonderful mother.
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