“Inconspicuous” now available in Kindle Edition

Inconspicuous Front Cover                   “Inconspicuous – Walter Rothwell’s Undercover Journey During the Cold War”

This is a fairly fast but intriguing read …especially in an e-book format like Kindle. “Inconspicuous” in its Kindle version has become a popular option. But the story is compelling all on its own. Be sure to go to https://www.amazon.com/Inconspicuous-Walter-Rothwells-Undercover-Journey/dp/0996417923/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1469039897&sr=8-1&keywords=wes+choc https://www.amazon.com/Inconspicuous-Walter-Rothwells-Undercover-Journey/dp/0996417923/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1469039897&sr=8-1&keywords=wes+choc for more information.

Wally Rothwell was certainly an under-appreciated and practically unknown espionage agent … and yet he ended up being a quite consequential in the history books. There are no other biographies of this interesting Cold War player. Find out why.

New Kirkus Review of “Just Dust”

Take a moment to read this independent review of “Just Dust” that was recently published.

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Tucson’s Festival of Books

Now that Tucson hosts the 3rd largest book festival in the country, it has become quite an event to see …to wander around …and to participate in for tens upon tens of thousands of folks from all over.

Sunday afternoon (March 12th), I was able to gain a spot in the Nonfiction Author’s pavilion. Be sure to stop by and say hello if you’re in the area. Most of all, come visit the festival and take it all in. t’s time well spent.

Veterans’ Day

If you know someone who’s served in the military, there are many ways to thank or acknowledge their service. Books are often a good digression into past memories for veterans. Some books are harsh war stories, others are introspections, yet others reflect unusual “takes” on consequential events that we might not read about in history class.

For a different “take” on Vietnam, consider getting Just Dust, An Improbable Marine’s Vietnam Story as a gift or tribute to someone among friends and family. Go to  https://www.amazon.com/Just-Dust-Improbable-Marines-Vietnam/dp/0996417907/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1478456232&sr=8-2&keywords=just+dust .

Available in both paperback and Kindle versions.

And … the holidays are coming !!

 

Just Dust on Kindle!

Save time and money when you get the Kindle version. Take a look at Amazon’s presentation at Amazon.com and get your own copy!

Website Back Up and Running

Good News

I apologize to all my loyal readers and posters for this site being down for over a week as we completed a transfer to a new host. I appreciate your understanding and continued loyalty. And, thanks for your considerations as well.

Interview by Mercedes Fox

In case you may have missed it, in February, I participated in an in-depth interview by Mercedes Fox. You can review the entire interview and read about the details of writing and composition here  …be sure to let me know what you think.

 

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Tucson’s ‘Mostly Books’ carrying both titles

 

Attention Tucson residents!

Mostly Books, 6208 East Speedway, is now carrying both titles: “Just Dust, An Improbable Marine’s Vietnam Story” and “Inconspicuous, Walter Rothwells’s Undercover Journey During the Cold War” … look for them now on their shelves. Visit their site here

Kindle readers: Take a free ‘advance glance’ at the Kindle version right now!

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Get a first taste of the story here! Read the Forward. Read the first chapter. No charge.

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Just click on this link to Amazon for your free preview: https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B01CV10PS2&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_m6D5wb0R6GENP .

Channel 9 – TV Interview

JUST DUST – Channel 9, KGUN TV Interview

This is a recording of the live interview on KGUN Channel 9 TV (Tucson) about the release of the Second Edition of Wes Choc’s book “Just Dust – An Improbable Marine’s Vietnam Story” that was published in December 2015. While the Second Edition incorporates a few important corrections, the most interesting addition is the new Forward contributed by businessman, David P. Reinhardt.

Then … leave a comment here on this website, or click here to go to Amazon.com to buy the book.