“1001 Things To Love About Military Life”

“1001 Things To Love About Military Life” and the authors have found them!

What fun! A book to read that chronicles the military lifestyle in a positive manner and resources, moments of laughter, re-living the life or learning the life are all there!

Inputs from four authors and social media friends provide a great coffee table reader for your guests! Your military friends will pick it up and find a section to comment on or your civilian friends will pick it up and ask questions like, “was it really like this? Or, did you really like military life? A great way to begin a conversation and tell others why we loved the military lifestyle and how it impacted our lives!

Starlett Henderson, Army veteran and spouseThe book answers many of the “who, what, whys and wheres” of military life from a military family perspective. The authors are into detail and the organization of the book lays out a balanced view of all the services’ traditions and perspectives. This is a great resource for a new military spouse or even a retired spouse looking for a good read and understanding why they too have served. Military members will smile at much of the anecdotal information and enjoy the book as well.

A big thank you to the authors for mentioning and Our Letters to You. A Military Family Blog as resources for the military community!

Authors: Tara Crooks, Starlett Henderson, Kathie Hightower and Holly Scherer

1001 Things To Love About Military Life is in touch with the widespread military community through social media with a Facebook page for your enjoyment as well.  In addition, you can find a 1001 Things To Love Events and Blog.  They just might be an installation near you to meet and enjoy a book signing at your local military exchange! 

Photo Credits

Cover:  1001 Things To Love About Military Life  (from Facebook page) 

One of the Authors: Starlett HendersonbyColonel KonMonday, December 12, 2011Military Life:,,,,

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