The Trials of a Hero

By: WebWire

Being a hero is not only about doing what is right it is also having the strength and courage to do what must be done no matter the cost. Such is the mark of a hero. For it is courage that allows a person to face their demons and rise triumphantly.
 
Heroes can be found anywhere, they don't need to be on a battlefield or fighting the good fight but rather anyone can be a hero when they have the will and courage to do so. For example the eldest son doing what he can to protect his siblings during a time of restlessness.
 
In “Forgotten Heroes” we follow the life accounts of author Edward Lee Smith as he goes through the different hardships in life such as dealing with the racist ideologies of the past, the horrors of two major wars namely World War II, the Korean War, the drug fueled craze of the 1960;s, the collapse of the economy and so many other historical events.
 
 
Forgotten Heroes
Written By       :           Edward Lee Smith
Kindle              :           $3.99
Paperback        :           $9.99
 
Digital reprints are available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Imprint Website. Paperback copies are also available on the aforementioned websites. Grab a copy now and view the past through the eyes of the author and feel the massive difference in cultural and historical perspective.
 
 
About the Author
Edward Lee Smith is a retired lieutenant colonel who spent more than two decades in the US Army and National Guard.
 
He graduated from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration.
 
Smith has over forty years of military and business experience in many areas including education and marketing.
 
To know more about Edward Lee Smith go to https://edwardleesmithbooks.com/
 

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