Book sale: Veterans Day discount on “My Brother in Arms”

In honor of Veteran’s Day, Mark’s book in paperback and Kindle versions will be on sale for a few days leading up to and including Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11. Here are the details:

-Will be $9.99, including shipping, beginning Thursday, Nov 6, through Tuesday, Nov 11 (normally $15.95 + $3.95 S/H). This price is only available via Mark’s web site. Click the link near the upper right side of page to order, or by clicking below. Books normally ship UPS and should deliver within about 10 days after order. Note: if you buy the paperback from Amazon during this time period, you will pay full price.

-Will be $0.99 beginning Sunday, Nov 9, through Tuesday, Nov 11 (normally $8.99). The link to purchase the Kindle version is HERE.

If you like the book, please leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads. Leaving a review on both is even better. Thanks!

Recent book reviews:

[The book] means a lot because it has given me more inspiration to never quit…I have been training to become a Navy SEAL ever since 8th grade. When I’m out there doing my training, I sometimes think of Mark and push harder, knowing that people like that have raised a bar so high, God can touch it.

I am good friends with YK’s parents and decided to read this out of respect for the sacrifices military families make. I have never served, but have worked in the defense industry for 37 years building the tools these warriors use to do their job every day. This book lets me know my work has gone to a real purpose: ensuring freedom. Very inspirational message in this book and worth every moment spent reading it!

Words cannot describe how amazing this book is. You cannot read this book without laughing and crying and above all you cannot read this book without walking away with a new respect for all soldiers and their sacrifices as well as their family’s sacrifices. Well done Thad Forester–what a touching and emotionally raw tribute to your brother.

I have not read a book as inspiring as this one in a long time. Mark lived his life to the fullest. I highly recommend this book.