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March 05, 2015

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Elaine Viets

Welcome, Simon. I'm a big fan of your work and look forward to reading your exploration of survivor guilt. The stats on returning veterans are sad and horrible.

catriona

Can't wait to crack my copy - I had no idea about the mechanism of survivor guilt either. I thought it would be - you know - guilt. As in feeling guilty. It sounds exhausting and scary.

Simon Wood

Thanks ladies.

A friend of mine who's a vet posted a stat a few months ago saying that 3times as many vets have died by their own hand since returning home than died combat.

Sally Schmidt

Now I know what I'll be pre-ordering this weekend. We have soldiers in the family and returning home is not always as easy as we think and hope it might be. Sounds like a good story, can't wait to read.

Simon Wood

Hope you like it, Sally.

Mary S.

That's one horrible statistic for vets. Awful. And a very tough subject to write about, I'm sure. Looking forward to reading this one.

Thanks for being with us today, Simon!

Mary S.

THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY is the featured book on today's Amazon's Kindle email!!!

http://amzn.to/1DWW7wG

Simon Wood

It is? Thanks, Mary.

Hank Phillippi Ryan

Sinom, this is terrific. Your book is absolutely chilling. And this background is fascinating. Thank you! xo

Kait Carson

What a compelling story.

Simon Wood

Thanks Hank.

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