The last book in the Eternal's Trilogy is in the hands of the editor, the audio book for The Nephelium is currently in production, and now I am tackling my new series. After serving seventeen years in the military I look back at the bonds and brotherhood that was born from it. The term "brother" is thrown around a lot these days, but within the military I truly learned the meaning and deep responsibility that comes with that title.
Over the last couple of years I have watched as men who haven't seen each other in years dropped everything for a military brother; no questions asked. I have served in other capacities that spoke of "family" and "brotherhood", but when the cards were all out on the table most of them were not there. Who was there? My military brothers.
In the new novel that I am working on, I hope that I can capture this true idea of "brotherhood" as well as write an exciting book that will be full of drama and action, but will not be your typical military action book. I want to write a novel that military members can read and smile because it touches their soul and the very core of who they are, but at the same time be a fun and heart pounding read for those who have not served. What I don't want to do is make another novel that seems to be cut from the same cloth as all other military action novels.
In reading reviews of military action authors I have seen where some give bad reviews for a lot of acronyms and unfamiliar military jargon. I get that, but if this bothers you then you will most likely not enjoy the novel I am working on. It will be written so that it can be enjoyed by both military and non-military alike; but I want to write a novel that my military brothers can read and smile because they have their world in the palm of their hands.
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