Threads of War (Kickstarter Campaign)

threadsofwaramazonPlease consider backing this author’s campaign for the publication of the second installment of Threads of War. Backers will receive e-book copies of the book(s), mentions and signed materials at various levels of pledges. Information and links below.

Threads of War I
by Jeremy Strozer
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BOOK DESCRIPTION:

Threads of The War collects and shares personal narratives during real events across the span of The 20th Century’s War. From the seats of a German cinema in 1915 and high over Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 to under the water of the port of Alexandria Egypt and on a rail line in East Prussia in 1945, the reader is carried from one front of war to another in short easily-readable, yet emotionally compelling, bursts. Each story in this collection opens the door to a unique personal facet of war; exposing the reader to the facts, fictions, and fallacies of armed violence. Following each story, the reader is provided specific and revealing facts about the events narrated, offering both entertainment and education within the time it takes to read a blog-post.”

Threads of War II
by Jeremy Strozer
Kickstarter Campaign Ends February 6, 2016

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

“This book collects and shares personal narratives during real events across the span of The 20th Century’s War. Building off of the success of Volume I, Threads II takes us from the celebratory streets of Paris in the summer of 1914, under the coast of North Carolina in 1918, across the ocean to the evacuated beaches of northern France in 1940, and finally within the minds of both the liberated and the confined at camps in 1945. Within short easily-readable, yet emotionally compelling, bursts Threads II continues opening the door to the personal facet of war; exposing the reader to the facts, fictions, and fallacies of armed violence. Following each story, the reader is provided specific and revealing facts about the events narrated, offering both entertainment and education within the time it takes to read a blog-post.”

For more information on this project:
http://jeremystrozer.com/