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Sunday, November 26, 2006

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Although my new Profile page will occassionally have unique posts on events and news regarding my new book, Moving a Nation to Care, PTSD Combat won't quickly be replaced. I would, however, like to invite you to help me build my Profile's recommended reading list.

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While doing my research for my book, I did a good measure of reading up on combat PTSD and the Iraq and Afghanistan wars in general. There are some well-written accounts from our troops as well as from their family members.

They'll all be listed in Moving a Nation to Care's bibliography, but I wanted to pass along a few that I'd absolutely recommend anyone read. They'll go far in getting you closer to the subject.

Please feel free to add your reading suggestions in comments, and I'll be happy to include them on my Profile page...and on my own reading list.

You can check my book's sales rank from this page (it's on the book's main page, too). Wow, currently at #42,833? Hey, did someone just buy a one!? Thanks! Scroll down under my blog post entry on that page, and look for a center column called "Bibliography" to find the sales rank number.

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