Monday, June 30, 2014


Panel 35 was originally written for Memorial Day, but I believe this is the perfect book to be read at any time we think about those who have ensured our freedom. July 4th is one of those days. This is a short read and doesn't even cost a buck. I personally guarantee you will love it.

Blaze McRob

Book Description

May 20, 2014
Every year, Rachel meets with her father at the Vietnam War Memorial. Panel 35. They only spend one hour with each other and she doesn't see him again until they meet the next year. This year he is late and she worries he may not show. Blake, a young soldier paying his respects notices Rachel and stops to speak with her. While she waits, they talk and then something happens that Blake never expected and he realizes that his being there is part of a bigger plan.
4.0 out of 5 stars A good short read May 26, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I enjoyed reading this tale. I think the author did a fine job balancing between narrative and conversation, and it follows a good arc without bogging down. I confess that as a veteran, myself, I have a soft spot in my heart for tales of this nature, but I'd be glad to read more of this author's work. 
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Becca Boucher (1975-) was born in Worcester Massachusetts and remains a lifelong New England resident. Which can be seen in the settings of her novels. Her first published work appeared in the Write More Publications anthology Novel Hearts (2013) which will be followed by her novel Hunting The Moon in the fall of 2013. Hunting The Moon is the first in a three book paranormal romance series set in central Massachusetts.
Ms. Boucher is a freelance blogger and writer, and mom to two wonderful sons. You can follow her blog, My Life With Books and Boys at

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