Reading and Writing Military Characters

Check out this great post from the Story Empire blog by Mae Clair on the topic of Reading and Writing Military Characters

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Hello, SEers. Mae here, kicking off the week with you. Today is Veterans Day in the United States. A time to honor all the men and women who have served in our military. Many of you have family members who have served (or are serving). Others may even write books with military heroes or enjoy reading books that feature men and women of the armed services.

My question for you today:
Have you ever written a book with a military hero or character?

My first release, Weathering Rock, featured a Union Colonel from the American Civil War. Although it was a time travel romance, I took special care with Caleb DeCardian. Not only was he the hero of my novel,  he was also a hero of America’s bloodiest war.

As a reader, I enjoy novels set during the Civil War and the American Revolution. I’ve read quite a few…

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