Rolled Sleeves, It's A Marine Thing
Good news for those of you who want more, and don't want to wait long. The rough draft of the Daniel Briggs novel Adrift will be done tomorrow. It tells the story of how our favorite Marine sniper, now home from war (before he meets SSI), lands in a small town and all hell breaks loose when a drunk Briggs tries to do the right thing.
If you all like this book, there will be more exploring the depth of Daniel's pain and struggle with PTSD. I think you'll like it. Much ass-kicking involved. Tentative launch date will be sometime in March.
The Next Novel
With Adrift off my list tomorrow, next Monday I start a new Corps Justice novel. I have some ideas, but wanted to get your opinion. Voting ends Sunday, so please check out the survey now. Don't worry, there's only one question: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FDN5T6H
Sales and Reviews Update
Thanks again to everyone who has read Presidential Shift. Because of your support it's doing very well on Amazon. If you haven't written a review yet, please do so HERE. We've got 15 reviews so far. Let's see how many we can get. More reviews means more readers.
Share, Share, Share
Don't forget to share Corps Justice with your friends. Help me recruit readers to the family...
You've done it. Yep, you really have. You've humbled me. Through your overwhelming support for Presidential Shift, you've shown me that I need to do more to give back to veterans.
The Corps Justice journey began with my search to find some way to help our troops. I tell stories that will hopefully connect with you and your friends. Stories about heroes and patriotism, brotherhood and kinship. I try to relate them honestly and with my heart wide open.
Here's the problem: I want more. I want to hear your stories. I want to learn from the millions who've raised their right hand for this country. I want to give more.
So I did something about it. Yesterday I launched what I'm temporarily calling the "Veteran Spotlight". Check out the first post I did on my old buddy Ted: HERE. With the new page I want to interview fellow veterans who are proud of the time they spent in the service, and want to spread the word.
I want to focus on individuals, groups, support organizations and veteran-owned businesses and give them the exposure. Once the interview goes live, they/you can share it anywhere you want. Call it free publicity.
Now it's your turn. Want to give back? Here are the ways you can:
1) Be one of the people I interview. All the questions are right HERE. Fill out the form, I'll follow-up, and then we'll post it.
2) Recommend a friend. Let your friends know that they can get free exposure for their business/organization/group. Again, the interview form is HERE.
3) Help me name this new "thing". Here are some possibilities:
Think those suck? Give me some better ideas. Once I have a handful I'll let you guys choose.
So there you go. One more way that we can help our friends. I hope you approve.
Let me know in the COMMENTS section what you think I should call it.