What a crazy week it as been with the book release! Yesterday I did a interview with CBS, then was on the Brain Kilmeade show, then did my regular podcast with Ian Scotto interviewing former CIA case officer Bob Baer, met with my agent, and then drove over to Northvale, New Jersey for a book signing. It was my first time ever doing one and I was kind of afraid that I would just be sitting there by myself and maybe a old lady would come up and ask me if I was Marcus Luttrell or Sean Parnell. But, to my surprise there was a very active crowd in attendance with tons of questions. It ended up being a great event, so if you are ever in the area please drop by Books and Greetings and say hello.
Bright and early tomorrow morning I will be making an appearance on Fox & Friends at 6:20AM to discuss “Murphy’s Law” and whatever other subjects the hosts would like to cover. Check it out if you can. So far I’ve been really humbled by the reception to the book as it connects with different readers in different ways. Some people like to hear the war stories from when I was in the Army. Others like the stuff about covering conflicts as a journalist. Some people thought the best part of the book was the last two chapters which are the most personal and contain a lot of reflections about life after service.
In the meantime please jump over to Amazon and review the book if you can. That really helps it gain some traction and is much appreciated! It only takes a minute and you can tell it like it is, good, bad, or indifferent, I’m happy to hear your thoughts. I want to thank all of you again for your support over the years and for those of you who kept asking me to write this book, I hope I fulfilled any and all expectations!
I know a lot of people keep asking about an audio book so I will post the direct links to download it below. I provide the narration myself to make sure it was done right. Besides, who better to tell your own story than yourself?
Google Play: http://bit.ly/2TZh11i
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