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Frequently Asked Question

Why was this site published?
Every year, thousands of quality books are published.  Many of those books are published by small presses or self-published by the authors.  Relatively unknown authors have difficulty reaching the market.  This site is means for former service members who have published to band together and reach a larger audience.

Is this a commercial site?
Yes.  It is support through the sale of your books and advertising.  However, it is the property of an author who served.

Who is eligible to be listed as an author?
Anyone who served in the United States Military and was honorably discharged.

Is there a charge for an author to be listed?
There is no charge.

How do I get listed?
Send an email to editor@military-writers.com.  At minimum, include your branch, rank, theater of service (if applicable) and the name of your book(s).  Additionally, you may submit any biographical information or book description; and, a photograph of you.  Please submit the photograph in jpg or gif format, don't worry about the size we will resize as appropriate.  Limit your bio or book information to 1000 words.  We reserve to right to edit and republish the biographical and book information you provide.  It may become the content of press releases, blog entries, articles, etc.

Why should I keep my contact information updated with the website?
This website has a sister site at Police Officer Writers.  As that site becomes more popular there are several press inquires per week.  Usually, they are seeking either contact information on a particular author, or a subject matter expert in that area.  While your contact information will never be divulged to a third party, including the press, we often facilitate contact between interested press and authors.  We simply send you an email or call you on the telephone and give you the press persons information.  Hopefully, you'll not only market your book, but our site!

How soon will I be listed?
It depends on the workload.

How does a service members business website become listed?
Send an email to editor@military-writers.com.  Provide your name, branch, and years of service.  Include the business name, appropriate hyperlink and up to 30 words copy.  You may suggest a category.  Click here for an example of the link.  There is no charge to former service members and although a reciprocal link will benefit you in the long-run, it is not required.

How does a non service member have their business website listed?
For information on reciprocal links, purchasing text links or other forms of advertising, send an email to sales@military-writers.com.

How do I suggest an author?
Send as much information as you have to editor@military-writers.com.

I didn't have the opportunity to service, but I have written a book about the military, can I be listed?
Non-servicemembers may be listed under "Military Supporters."  However, their books are not listed in the overall count on the front page of the website, listed from any of the subject matter pages and their biography information clearly indicates they did not serve.

Where are the full photographs used to create inbound banners?
Photographs used to create inbound banners are taken from the open source photographs of the Department of Defense.  The photographs themselves and the information on the American Heroes who took them follow:

Soldiers of the Army's 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) fire a TOW missile at a building suspected of harboring Saddam Hussein's sons Qusay and Uday in Mosul, Iraq, on July 22, 2003. Qusay and Uday were killed in a gun battle as they resisted efforts by coalition forces to apprehend and detain them.   DoD photo by Sgt. Curtis G. Hargrave, U.S. Army. (Released)


U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Chang Ahn, leader of 2nd Platoon, 5th Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, and Maj. David McCulley, battalion operations officer with the 5th Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, update perimeter maps to increase base security at Joint Base Balad, Iraq, on Sept. 11, 2008. The operation is a joint patrol designed to introduce Security Forces airmen to the base's outer perimeter prior to the airmen taking responsibility of the area from the Army unit.   DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Aaron Allmon, U.S. Air Force. (Released)

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