A Soldier's Story - eBook
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A Soldier's Story - eBook  -     By: Lucy Reyna
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Title: A Soldier's Story - eBook
By: Lucy Reyna
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2020
ISBN: 9781664201590
ISBN-13: 9781664201590
Ages: 4-8
Stock No: WW113420EB

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A Soldier’s Story is a book about a mother who deploys overseas, with her two young children awaiting her return. While this book is fiction, it was written in real-time and based off of actual experiences by a soldier mom writing to her children about her days/nights. And, also how her faith kept her safe and sound until they were reunited again.

Author Bio

Lucille R. Masson is a combat veteran, currently serving in the USAF Reserve as a paralegal. She is a Jesus lovin’ homemaker, passionate writer, organic foodie, hobby prepper, animal friend, homeschool mom and avid advocate for natural living. She lives with her husband Don and their 5 younger children (Sienna, Logan, Donnie, Ridley & Jadyn), along with their four-legged, finned and feathered friends on a homestead farm. Lucy wrote a poem to her 2 oldest children (Mason & Sienna), while deployed to Mosul, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 1, from April 2003 - March 2004 as a Military Police Officer in the U.S. Army. As a birthday present, Lucy’s daughter, Sienna, who is an artist, decided to sketch pictures to coincide with the poem so that her mother could convert it into a children’s book. It was her hope that this story would be shared with other children to both give them comfort and to show them how her mother is a true hero and an inspiration.

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