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Mozart in the Morning

April 17, 2015


This is a cross post from the Military Writers Guild I recruited Ellen Haring to the Military Writers Guild, so I was eager to interview her about writing and research. She has been for me a bit of a canary in the coal mine. Ellen is a few cohorts ahead of me as a Ph.D. […]

Clausewitz’s Magic Beanbag

April 13, 2015


This is a cross-post from the Military Writers Guild Medium Let me start by saying, even after this interview, I would like to know more about @clausewitzrocks. First, did she learn her field craft from Phil Walter? How does she translate U.S. civil-military relations theory to the Australian experience? Does she know there is already a […]


March 15, 2015


Here is my answer to the War Council’s call for WarBooks. “WarBooks centers on the personal relationship between students of war and their books.  Wouldn’t it be interesting to see someone else’s bookshelf (not everyone is on  To know, for example, what books mattered most to a particular soldier, general, admiral, academic, or theorist?” The […]

Revolutionary Summer Reading

August 20, 2013


My summer reading has taken my reading list on a bit of a turn toward the revolutionary… Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth From the Publisher: Sifting through centuries of mythmaking, Reza Aslan sheds new light on one of history’s most influential and enigmatic characters by examining Jesus through the lens of the […]

Book: Powerful Peace

November 30, 2012


Powerful Peace: A Navy SEAL’s Lessons on Peace from a Lifetime at War (via Amazon) In Powerful Peace, J. Robert DuBois takes on a crucial, unprecedented mission for a U.S. Navy SEAL: the relentless pursuit of interpersonal and international peacemaking. With gut wrenching candor and surprising moments of comedy, he narrates a personal journey through […]

Check out this marketing model…

October 20, 2011

0 Same folks who e-published for free and yet also charged $2.99 on kindle where a free book became #4 best selling in its’ category. Next trick, $0.99 ebook in return for reviews then increase price once the buzz hits…dude only wrote four short stories himself and cooped three other stories from other writers. BRILLIANT!