Wednesday, January 06, 2016
Kimberly Mae's book, A Drill Sergeant's Fame ,Review
While struggling with the chills of escaping combat's curse and becoming enthralled with another's life of compassion, deception and exhilaration, a collection of divergent views emerge. Although the writer had many character-building experiences while serving in the military, for a period she also existed in the desolation of her own psyche, remembering soul-shattering incidents that all readers can relate to. The poems she wrote are combined with journal notes for a deeper understanding of her experiences to distinctly express many of these triumphs and defeats.
About the author
Kimberly Mae served in the U.S. Army for three years, including one deployment to Afghanistan as a generator mechanic. She is the mother of four sons. With the proceeds from her book, Mae hopes to assist disabled veterans and create a motivational seminar program for children. For more information, visit http://www.kimmiemae.com.
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- The book is to the point and expresses exactly what the author felt and wants you to know. I think that if you have a military family or know a veteran this book would be a great read.