Why I Write

In writing this book, A Mother’s Side of War, my hope was, and is, to raise awareness of the personal aspects of what our countries wounded endure throughout their recovery.  And to show the reader, how when one serves, so does their family.

When an  injured warrior returns home, they are not the only one who has been wounded, outwardly or within.

The blast that ripped through my sons AAV, setting him on fire and changing the course of his life, tore through mine, and all those who love him, as well.

We have all been wounded…We have all been changed…

 

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