Submitted by: Sherry Hobbs
I grew up in the '50s and '60s, and my father filled our lives with humor, a love of reading and the gift of adventure. The first 10 years of my life seem magical. He was my Yoda - dependable, witty and wise. Then abruptly, Yoda was sidelined when Darth Vader (it seemed) became my stepfather. But Mac never quit being my father - a mentor, teacher and role model.
It wasn't until I had retired and he was gone that I discovered a time capsule, filled with letters, photos, papers, commendations and documents, and learned what a truly remarkable man he was, brave, heroic and determined. Part one of this book takes the reader behind the scenes in understanding the perilous journey young men took in the Pacific War. Part two is about the father I knew and loved. This is his story.
The book is available wherever books are sold. On Amazon.
About the author:
Sherry Hobbs: I have lived a happy and fulfilling life. My formative years were spent on the East Coast while my father worked at the Pentagon. Then, off to Southeast Asia where we lived in Saigon when he was Air Attache. It was a magical experience and we traveled all over the continent. In high school, I spent senior year in Paris and traveled Europe. Lucky me! I have a B.A. degree in sociology from Butler University and married my college sweetheart. We have retired to Henderson, Nev.