On our latest episode we link up with Leo Jenkins, published author and former 3/75 Ranger Medic to discuss life as a full time writer, husband and father while settling in Baja, Mexico. We get into the nitty gritty of Leo's daily routines with plenty of tangents and just enough direction to steer us back on course and break down the details of the Verses & Curses tour, which will feature 2 other veteran poets and promote their work as well as Leo's first collection of poetry, "With a Pen."
One year ago we decided to forge a new path for ourselves. The goal was not to get rich or to change the world, but to present a different viewpoint and to give a voice to those who deserve to be heard. Because our livelihood depends on a variety of other ventures, there were many... Continue Reading →
As a generation of social media, it’s fairly easy for someone to pick up a pen and paper or hit the keyboard to get information out to the world. There’s no limit to the topics and stories you can cover but the old principle “write what you know” hasn’t fallen on deaf ears with veteran... Continue Reading →
Louis gives us a personal look into his experiences, thoughts, failures, and successes. By the end of the book you truly feel like you know this man. He targets soldiers who are about to separate from the military and emphasizes on the transition from your military service to your soon to be civilian life. As... Continue Reading →
Imagine the most vivid window into the events of a man’s life and the subsequent reflections without the use of social media. First Train Out of Denver is an account of a man’s journey through the world. It bares honesty that dispels any possibility of fabrications or omissions. I first became aware of the name Leo Jenkins when... Continue Reading →
When I first moved to Canada in 2013 after leaving the US Army, I knew very little about the Canadian Armed Forces. I couldn’t tell you much about them other than the fact that I disliked the cut and pattern of their green digital uniforms equally as much (if not more) than the ACU’s I... Continue Reading →