Friday, August 15, 2008

Two Don't Miss Radio Shows Featuring Author Dave Richardson


On Monday August 18th, Nikki Leigh is interviewing author Dave Richardson to talk about his book, Vietnam Air Rescues. On Monday, August 25, I'm interviewing Dave Richardson (the helicopter pilot) and Kenny Fields (the last man he rescued). Both shows will be great and we encourage people to be there with us live.

Before the shows, you should download a sampler that I put together for Dave. The sampler gives you excerpts from the book and it includes Dave's complete first rescue. You might want to have the sampler while you listen to both these interviews because it has a couple of maps that will help you see what's happening.

The sampler can be downloaded at www.nikkileigh.com/var.htm

In addition, we will talk about Dave's life and what he saw in Vietnam. For much more information about the setting for this book - visit http://itsallinthesetting.blogspot.com/. Dave will be visiting this blog on his virtual book tour on Wednesday August 20th, but I posted the information early for the people who join the radio interview.

So much great information to share and the book is very good. If you would like to

Eavesdrop—as a father recounts to his adult children his exploits as an Air Force “Jolly Green” combat helicopter rescue pilot in Vietnam…
Be There—to see what it was really like…
Ride Along—and determine what you would have done when another man’s life was literally hanging in the balance…
Feel—what it meant to save a life…
Experience—heart pounding action in…Vietnam Air Rescues.


Visit Dave's website for all kinds of pictures and to get your own personal copy of this very personal story from Dave Richardson - www.vietnam-air-rescues.com

2 comments:

Miss Mae said...

This sounds really interesting as Vietnam was a part of history I lived through. My older brother served in Vietnam, but it was before the fall of Saigon.

Donna Sundblad said...

Hi Miss Mae,

This book is fantastic. You can visit the author's website and see loads of pictures too!

Donna