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Honoring those who serve

Though they’ve never met face to face, three military spouse writers have forged a real life friendship based on their fiction writing. To celebrate that bond and in honor of Veterans Day, they are giving away Kindle versions of their books on Sunday.

“We formed our triad because we realized that, if a reader liked one of the three novels, the reader would probably like the other two,” said Phyllis Zimbler Miller, one of the authors.  “Instead of being in competition with each other, we are collaborators with our novels portraying the military life.”

Phyllis and fellow writers Kathleen Rodgers and Bonnie Bartel Latino wrote their novels separately and later discovered one another through mutual friends and social media.

Bonnie was an Air Force wife for 30 years; Kathleen was an Air Force wife for 12 years, and Phyllis was an Army ROTC wife for 2 years.

Follow the links below to find these books on Amazon. Free electronic editions are available on Sunday only.

“Your Gift to Me,” by Bonnie B. Latino and Bob Vale — A story of lost love and finding the courage to love again set in the Hawaiian islands and the Air Force fighter pilot community

“Mrs. Lieutenant: A Sharon Gold Novel” by Phyllis Zimbler Miller — Novel of four very different newly married U.S. Army officers’ wives coming together at Ft. Knox, Kentucky, during the Vietnam War.

“The Final Salute,” by Kathleen M. Rodgers, a story of U.S. Air Force fighter pilots and their families at the time of the first Gulf War.

Read more about the authors, their books and awards on Phyllis Zimbler Miller’s website.

 

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About the Author

Terri Barnes is a military wife and mother of three living in Illinois. She writes "Spouse Calls" weekly for Stars and Stripes and is the author of Spouse Calls: Messages From a Military Life. Leave comments on the blog or write to her at spousecalls@stripes.com.


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