A Mass Communications/Journalism graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and former newspaper reporter, I have completed my first book Alamo Doughboy: Marching Into The Heart Of Kaiser's Germany During World War I published by Branden Books of Boston, now available by ordering at your local bookstore or online. Please contact me at the email address below to inquire about author appearances.
I would love to come and visit to discuss this book and the US doughboy experience. Remember, 2014 will mark one hundred years since the beginning of the Great War; 2017 will be one hundred years since the United States entered the war; and 2018 will commemorate one hundred years since the end of the war & Armistice Day (now Veterans Day). Other than actively promoting my book and helping to bring the spotlight on the efforts of the US doughboys in WWI, I continue to to be gainfully employed as e-newsletter editor at the Delafield Public Library in Delafield, Wisconsin. I will be available for hire as a freelance writer in 2015. I especially love to research and write histories for organizations and businesses. Every history tells a story; incorporate your story in your marketing plan.