As usual, some great things have been happening this month at WordServe Literary!
On the final post of each month you’ll find a list of Water Cooler contributors’ recently released books along with a recap of WordServe client news.
Congratulations to Sarah M. Carlson for the release of In the Dark of War: A CIA Officer’s Inside Account of the U.S. Evacuation from Lybia.
A CIA officer’s inside account of how Libya’s descent into rampant violence precipitated the harrowing overland evacuation of the entire U.S. Mission from Tripoli after being trapped in the city for weeks.
Most of the world is aware of the tragic events surrounding the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. Most are also aware of the resulting political controversy in Washington. But few know what happened next in Libya. While said controversy in Washington subsided, the volatility in Libya escalated—threatening the brave men and women who remained behind to continue the U.S. mission.
In this dramatic retelling of dangerous attacks threatening the U.S. mission in Tripoli, Libya—less than two years after Benghazi—American valor and courage prevailed. The U.S. personnel and intrepid operators stood fast as militias clashed, suicide bombers attacked, and numerous threats and kidnappings closed in on their location. In the midst of it all, the intelligence and determination of one woman with unwavering faith played a pivotal role in saving them all…
C.E. Avriett signed with Regnery for Saddle Up: Under the Southern Cross, They Fought: Elite, Lethal, Masters of the Night. Four WWII Marine Raiders Share Stories of their Four Short-lived, Legendary Raider Battalions.
Lyndsey Medford, Jeff Schulte, Shari Medina, Karissa Tunis, Christy Bauman signed with WordServe in May. Welcome!
What We’re Celebrating
And the winner is…Congratulations to Stephen Arterburn and M.N. Brotherton for being Christian Book Award’s 2020 Young Literature Winner for Kirby McCook and the Jesus Chronicles.
Congratulations to Sarah Jackson for The House that Love Built’s starred review from Publisher’s Weekly! Read all about it HERE.
One Reply to “WordServe News May 2020”
Libya is misspelled in the title.
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