Meet Jeffrey K Walker who has written a novel set during the First World War with characters from Ireland and Newfoundland… and various other snippets from Lucinda who also discusses the origin of the ‘F’ word and its uses… apparently 14th century.. and there we thought we invented it! A great read.. head over and catch up.
The really fun part about all my guest blogs, is meeting so many authors who have lived in different parts of the world, had a huge variety of careers, survived a wide range of experiences and lived to tell their stories. And that is what we all have in common, we are writers and we’ve all accomplished the blood, sweat and tears part of writing our books and are eager to tell the world about them.
This is the second soldier I’ve had as a guest, and he’s led a fascinating life, read on.
My name is Jeffrey Walker and I’m an American Midwesterner, born in what was once the Glass Container Capital of the World. I’m a retired military officer, and served in Bosnia and Afghanistan, planned the Kosovo air campaign and ran a State Department program in Baghdad. I’ve been shelled, rocketed and sniped by various groups, all…
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