Texas Author Releases Book About His Experiences In Vietnam Called Where's Charlie
The stories in Where's Charlie? convey a different perspective about the reality of the Vietnam War, and the author is pleased to share them with the world.
Author, Tim Soyars is pleased to announce his book, Where's Charlie?, Memories from a Time of War, 1965-68. The stories in Where's Charlie? convey a different perspective about the reality of the Vietnam War, and the author is pleased to share them with the world.
In this memoir, Soyars tells how his personality, background, and attitude contributed to his will to succeed and his desire to be involved in the Vietnam War. As a boy, he always knew he'd serve his country. With both humor and sincerity, Soyars narrates his story; his childhood in Virginia, his enlistment into the army in 1965, his military training, his marriage in 1966, and his one-year service in Vietnam with the First Calvary from March of 1967-68.
Reinforced by his photos, Soyars conveys not only the sadness and heroics often associated with war but also shares stories of warmth, compassion, and romance. The appendix contains excerpts from letters between Soyars and his bride, which chronicle twelve months of the war as well as their love story. The book provides a glimpse into the horror of battle and offers insight into one soldier's actions and thoughts during this unique time in history.
Where's Charlie? Memories from a Time of War, 1965-68
Author: Tim Soyars
ISBN: 978-1462014941 (sc)
Published: July 2011
About The Author
Tim Soyars served as an officer with the First Calvary in Vietnam, receiving commendations for valor and leadership. After the war, he joined Mobil Oil Corporation, working domestically and internationally for more than twenty years. Currently a college administrator in Dallas, he and his wife live in Heath, Texas.
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Where's Charlie? is available for purchase online through the author's website, from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.