Interested In Some Great Links And Other Authors?

Resources

Iraq War

National Priorities Project. The Cost of War

EMDR International Association

For information on EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a valuable psycho-therapeutic technique that helps heal the wounds of post-traumatic stress and perhaps find someone to help, check this out: 

U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs

Disabled American Veterans Organization

A great place to seek representation on a variety of issues. They provide free assistance to veterans and their families to ensure benefits and services earned are obtained.   

Wounded Warrior Project

A place for veterans and their families to connect with others and get involved in a number of different activities. They also provide support and assistance with a variety of issues.   

Iraq Veterans Against the War

Founded by veterans and dedicated to being outspoken for the large number of active duty personnel and veterans who are opposed to the Iraq War.   

My Goodreads page.

Goodreads is a great place for a bookworm, like me, to get lost for a while. 

Fantastic authors who are worth your time

Baron Wormser

Baron Wormser

Baron Wormser

Baron Wormser writes about the Vietnam war.

One of the finest books I've ever read about war and coming home.

Eugenia Kim

Baron Wormser

Baron Wormser

A Memoir of Korea.

A richly drawn novel about a nation torn between ancient customs and  modern possibilities, and is a "vivid, heartfelt portrait of faith, love, and life for one family during a pivotal time in history."  

Rachel Basch

Baron Wormser

Rachel Basch

Fiction from an outstanding author.

The Listener explores the ways in which we conceal and reveal  our identities. As truth after truth is exposed, characters are forced  to reconsider themselves and reorder their lives, with few easy answers  to be found for anyone.