Letter to readers from DL Jackson: First there was Cinderella Wore Combat Boots, about a female Marine soon to retire. She’s not ready to take the step, but has no option. Uncle Sam is about to give her a shove into the civilian world and she’s scared to face the unknown alone. Followed by My Boogie Woogie Bugle Guy, a story about loss and discovering, with the right person by your side, you can get through anything. Then, in Being Prince Charming, I bring you a story about empty nesters and embracing the things that are important to us before they are gone.  Beauty andRead More →