We are still working on getting books into distribution but books are here and ready to order. You can get at Village Books in Bellingham, order from Amazon, or order direct from the publisher here.
Thanks to Mike Barber of the Seattle PI, the story of Joe Moser receiving his DFC award 65 years late is being told on the “Now Hear This” blog.
Early comments from people who have read the book have been outstanding. Village Books in Bellingham is having a hard time keeping inventory in, and Amazon orders should now start to be filled with a shipment to them we just made. We are working on getting “A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald: The Joe Moser Story” into bookstores and retail outlets throughout northwest Washington.
If anyone can’t find it, tell them they can order on our website at www.joemoserstory.com.
To make it even easier to order, just click on these words and the order form will pop up.
Just delivered the first order to Village Books in Bellingham so if you live around here you can get them at Village Books in Fairhaven. Amazon will get their shipment soon so you can order there or order direct from the publisher at http://www.joemoserstory.com.
Finally, the books are arriving. The first 400 are coming tomorrow I am told. What an exciting day. But there is much more exciting news to tell about Joe and how he will be honored for what he has done.
We are setting up a special website for the book: www.joemoserstory.com. The title is now: A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald: The Joe Moser Story. You can order from Amazon now or the order form to order direct from the publisher should be live tomorrow. In the meantime, anyone can email me at email@example.com to have a copy sent.
Finally, after over two years of work, Joe’s book will be going to the printer in a few days! Just finishing up some captions on the photos. My apologies to any site visitors for my absence from this site but between my day job and focusing on getting the book finalized, just haven’t had the time.
We have changed the title: “A Fighter Pilot in Buchenwald.” And the subtitle is “Joe Moser’s journey from farm boy to fighter pilot to near starvation in a Nazi concentration camp.” Had some good feedback from friends regarding title and subtitle that I hope will help.
If you haven’t visited this site for a bit (like me unfortunately) you may not have seen these recent comments. It is so exciting to hear from vets like Harry Guinther who experienced similar trials, and especially from Andrew Lamason, a great nephew of Joe’s hero Phil Lamason. Andrew and Henry–Joe will be thrilled to hear from you. Some day I will get him on the internet–until then, I will print your messages and share with him. These things make him very happy!
Finally! Just finished final chapter. Feels great to be done. I was surprised in writing this how emotional it was for me dealing with Joe’s home coming. That is one of the great joys of working on this story, is putting myself in Joe’s place as best I understand and trying to experience with him what he went through. He conversation with Elise, the operator, kind of got to me.