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US Army Hospitals in WWII: Evacuation of the Wounded

Hospitalization in World War II – Evacuation of the Wounded

Unlike the US Fifth Army, Hutch crossed the Volturno River backward. While the Allies crossed under machine-gun fire eleven days earlier, Hutch rode in a jeep, turned in the front seat to face little Lucia. Her litter was strapped across the backseat, while two more litters were strapped on the hood. A furrow raced up Lucia’s forehead, and she clutched her doll even tighter. Time for Hutch’s treat. “... Read Article
US Army Hospitals in WWII: Mobile & Fixed Hospitals

Hospitalization in World War II – Mobile and Fixed Hospitals

Hutch crossed his arms over his soggy mackinaw and gave Bergie half a smile. “You said you’d take over. Ever pitch a tent before?” “In Boy Scouts.” The surgeon raised a three-finger salute. “On my honor–“ “A big old Army ward tent?” “Nope. But I’m willing to get dirty. What’s mud compared to the blood and guts I usually swim in?” Hutc... Read Article
US Army Hospitals in WWII: From the Battlefield to the Hospital, the Chain of Evacuation

Hospitalization in World War II – Chain of Evacuation

  Planes thundered overhead, artillery rumbled in the distance, and cries of wounded soldiers pierced Georgie’s ears. “Coming through.” Two medics rushed past with a litter. A man writhed on top, a shock of red on his gray-green field jacket. Another medic assisted a soldier who clutched his twisted, bloodstained arm to his chest. Georgie took a deep breath. Compared to the ravages of battle, ... Read Article

Embers in the London Sky – Tour of London!

  Recently I had the joy of returning to London! While there, I snapped photos of many of the locations from my World War II novel Embers in the London Sky. BBC Broadcasting House In Embers in the London Sky, Hugh Collingwood works as a BBC radio correspondent based in the beautiful Art Deco-style Broadcasting House, built in 1932. From here, the BBC made the broadcasts that informed and inspired the British peo... Read Article
US Coast Guardsman honors the fallen in the Pacific, Memorial Day, 30 May 1944 (US Coast Guard photo)

On This Memorial Day

On Memorial Day, we remember those who gave their lives in defense of our country. We live in freedom because they fought tyranny. We live without fear because they faced danger. We live in comfort because they gave up all comforts. We live because of their sacrifices.   Let’s never take these gifts for granted. They were purchased at high cost. Over 1 million Americans have given their lives in war (Source:... Read Article

Secondary Target by Angela Carlisle

Corina Roberts, her father, and her German shepherd, Houston, have a nice life in the small town of Kincaid, Kentucky, where Corina has opened a western goods store. However, the forces that drove them to flee to Kincaid after the murders of Corina’s mother and brother have resurfaced, and it becomes clear the killer has found them – and is targeting Corina. Corina’s former boyfriend, Bryce Jessup, ... Read Article

Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt Stop #10

Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you’ve just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all the stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 5 grand prizes! The hunt BEGINS on 3/14/24 at noon MST with Stop #1 at Hunt through our loop using Chrome or Firefox as your browser (not Explorer). There is NO RUSH to complete the hunt—... Read Article

Embers in the London Sky Release Day Giveaway Winner!

Thank you to all 563 of you who entered my release day giveaway and helped me celebrate the release of my new novel, Embers in the London Sky! The winner is… Jane Weaver! Jane has already been notified. Congratulations!... Read Article

Embers in the London Sky Release Day Giveaway!

To celebrate the release of Embers in the London Sky, I’m giving away a prize pack of items related to the story! English teas in tins shaped like Big Ben, a British phonebooth, and a double-decker bus Dutch Stroopwafel cookies in honor of my Dutch heroine, Aleida van der Zee Martens The Secret Garden Devotional by Rachel Dodge, since The Secret Garden inspired the hero of my story, Hugh Collingwood The giveaway is... Read Article

Courage Under Fire – US Hospitals at Anzio

Courage under fire. When we hear that phrase, we picture a soldier in the trenches, a sailor manning his guns, or a pilot dodging enemy fighter planes. But how about nurses and physicians? In one of my novels, On Distant Shores, the hero serves as a pharmacist in the US 93rd Evacuation Hospital in World War II. On January 23, 1944, the 93rd Evac landed at Anzio, Italy, one day after American and British forces had la... Read Article
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“Another masterful installment in Sundin’s roster of WWII novels.”
—Booklist starred review for Embers in the London Sky

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