Thanks to Jeremy Smith, a graphics designer here in Jacksonville, Florida, I now have a better book cover, with further developments on the way. To give an update, I am also in the final editing stages of my book, and hope to be done in the next several weeks. Keep me in your prayers, and thank you for your support.
Monday, August 11, 2014
Out of 223 days so far this year, 161 soldiers have chosen suicide as an escape. This is an outrage and disgrace to our country because this has been going on for the last several years now. The root of the problems are NOT being addressed. Get your free copy of my new book today, for a limited time only, where not only the problems are identified, but so are the solutions. Or order your copy today via the LuLu link below. All profits are dedicated towards a unique, much needed nonprofit refuge for veterans. Find out more about my vision and goals via the 'Rowe's R&R" link on the right side. Thank you for your support.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
If you check out my previous post you will see that in 2012 the soldier suicide count was 349 and the veteran suicide rate was approximately 22 a day. So despite leaders best efforts, suicides have actually gone up. This is because they are addressing the symptoms, not the root causes which I identify in my book. If you have any connections in the publishing industry please pass this along. I need your help getting this out. Together we can make a difference. For a limited time only you can email me at email@example.com for your free copy of "Dark Side of the Army." Thank you.
Sunday, January 26, 2014
I wanted to give a big Thank-You to the Weaver family for their considerable donation to an organization in critical need! There is a severe shortage of good, generous, and caring people in this country, and even more tragic is the lack of care and concern for those who literally place their lives on the line and give themselves completely for this country. In Jacksonville Florida though, this could not be further from the truth, not with the Weaver family, Home Depot, and 5-Star Veteran Center teaming up to provide critical help to veterans in need. Thanks to Home Depot, renovations and remodeling are still underway and the veteran center is improving in numerous ways. Unfortunately due to the recent scandal involving 5-Star's former sponsors Weaver's donation will do little more than help play catch up and provide a little breathing room. Hopefully with recent media attention more donors can be found to keep such a crucial nonprofit operating. While I'm at it I want to give a personal thank-you to 5-Star because they have been providing a room and other services for me for six months now helping me get on my feet. Words cannot express the gratitude and importance of their service. I hope you will support. God bless!