It took almost two full months, but my latest novel is now live on Amazon.
Here's the description:
He's in the game at last...
For eight years Tech. Sergeant Eric March has been preparing for a “real world” operation, training for an overseas deployment that never comes.
Finally, in the spring of 2010, the Air National Guardsman is mobilized – not for a tour in Iraq or Afghanistan, but to assist the Coast Guard with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill response.
Based on the author's personal experiences, Three Weeks with the Coasties is a brisk and sharply humorous take on the challenges of crisis management, the absurdity of military bureaucracy, and the unique challenges reservists face as they try to balance their civilian jobs, their families' needs and their service obligations.
It also documents the dedicated efforts of thousands of men and women to contain and clean up the worst environmental disaster in American history.
Funny, lighthearted, yet also poignant, Three Weeks with the Coasties presents the human side of the relief effort that the official histories leave out.
I do go on.
Anyhow, grab your copy today and let me know what you think. The Kindle version is live, and the paperback should be available shortly.