For sixteen years I believed in this novel. Snarled at rejection. Revised. Raised two sons. Sold stories to national magazines. Stayed true to my dream of finding a traditional publisher. And then it happened. On my 50th birthday. Then USA Today, The Associated Press, & Military Times took notice. And now almost six years after the original publication, my little book that grew wings and learned to fly is back in paperback and e-book.
ENDORSEMENTS AND REVIEWS:
“A realistic yet heartwarming and reaffirming assessment of life and love and dedication by the very people who guard our own lives.”
— Parris Afton Bonds, New York Times bestselling author of Deep Purple & cofounder of Romance Writers of America and Southwest Writers Workshop
“Gripping Insider’s Story of A Fighter Pilot’s Life Out of the Cockpit. The story pulls you in from the very beginning.”
— Dwight J. Zimmerman, New York Times #1 Bestseller writer of Lincoln’s Last Days, President of Military Writers Society of America
USA Today ~ Air Force wife’s novel set at fictional England AFB.
Military Times ~ The Final Salute: Giving voice to these ghosts.
Mobile, Alabama Press-Register ~ Rodgers has created richly layered characters that compel readers to keep flipping the pages.
Midwest Book Review ~ I recommend this novel as a good description of the military life and the inner works of the way things are done, including the cover-up process.
Fort Worth, Texas Magazine ~ Until the very end, readers are intrigued by her colorful cast of characters that bring everything from love to betrayal amid the added struggle of military life.
Winner of the Silver Medal for fiction from Military Writers Society of America
Amazon’s #1 Top Rated War Fiction