I haven't been on this page for a time, but I decided to spread the word about "Captured by the Enemy" in a fun and nontraditional way. My daughter was going to L.A. for a concert this last weekend, and with it being Veteran's day, I wanted to do something different. I attached a sticker … Continue reading Find-a-Book USA
This week I haven't been feeling well. In fact, my eardrum burst in my left ear...twice, and it still hurts. So I sit here with pain shooting through my ear, trying not to think of the pain by thinking about how I can make this page better. On Tuesday, November 14, I had a marketing … Continue reading Working Together
Alan Mount gave me one of my greatest book reviews ever! Born in 1919, he knew exactly what was happening as he read my book, Captured by the Enemy, because he had been there fighting in the Navy right behind Carl. He remembered the action of WWII and was so impressed with the details in the book … Continue reading Greatest Video Book Review
Can't beat an article in the newspaper to help let readers know what this book is all about. Read below to see what it had to say: ‘Captured by the Enemy’ is Tribute to Grandfather’s WWII Service It took eight long years, but 18 months after moving to Ponca City, the tribute was finally finished … Continue reading In the News
I need your help. As I researched and put together my granddad's story of Captured by the Enemy: The True Story of POW Carl Leroy Good, I ran across other men who shared his journey. One was the Lt. Col. for whom my granddad was driving when he was captured. The Lt. Col. was KIA and … Continue reading The Search is On–Captured by the Enemy
Why should you buy this book--Captured by the Enemy? This book was written to retrace the steps of Carl Good through his WWII experiences. It combines history with his personal stories and recreates an amazing story. From his landing in North Africa to a second amphibious landing in Sicily, this book covers it all. When Carl was … Continue reading Get your signed copy of Captured by the Enemy now!