December 7, A Day Of Infamy
December 7 is one day after my birthday, and I have always felt strangely tied to the date. All these years later, I wonder if this is why I ended up writing Hawaii WWII novels?
As always, I want to remember those who lost lives, who lost loved ones, who fought valiantly, who went on daring missions in impossible conditions (read LIGHTNING STRIKE if you want a fascinating WWII book - nonfiction), and for those who supported and comforted and were stuck at home worrying and waiting🇺🇸
In my books, I try my best to honor these people.
Please read more about Radar Girls, some of these brave and unsung heroines, and see the brand new cover over at SheReads, and let me know what you think!!
Photo Credit: From the book Shuffleboard Pilots
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