Appearances - Book Signings, Interviews, Talks with Marvin J. Wolf
A few of the 21 things about Marvin in this interview:
What book have you gifted the most? Why?
“Japan’s Imperial Conspiracy,” David Bergamini – Totally accessible history of Japan and its relationship with the West before WWII
What is the one productivity tool you use every day? Why?
Grammerly Quick check on punctuation and spelling.
What word do you misspell most often?
What three things do you do to be a successful writer?
Write every day.*Rewrite, rewrite, rewrite. Accept criticism gracefully and with an open mind."
For more "things you should know about me," listen to the show.
Friends of the Daniel Library Lecture: Abandoned in Hell with authors William Albracht and Marvin J. Wolf
DATE: Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016
TIME: 6:30 p.m.
PLACE: Daniel Library | The Citadel | Bond Hall 165 | 171 Moultrie Street, Charleston, SC 29409
FEE: Free and open to the public
Join the Friends of the Daniel Library for an evening with authors William Albracht and Marvin J. Wolf for a discussion on their new book Abandoned in Hell: The Fight for Vietnam’s Firebase Kate.
In October 1969, Albracht, the youngest Green Beret captain in Vietnam, took command of a remote hilltop outpost called Fire Base Kate. At the time, the outpost was held by only 27 American soldiers and 150 Montagnard militiamen. In a battle outnumbered three dozen to one, Albracht and his men found the courage to hold off repeated ground assaults by communist forces.
Albracht was awarded three Silver Stars for his actions in the Vietnam War. He has also received three Purple Hearts and five Bronze Stars. For 25 years, Albracht served as a United State Secret Service agent. During his time with the Secret Service, he guarded five American presidents and numerous foreign officials.
Following the discussion, Albracht and Wolf will be available for a book signing. For more information, please contact Ruby Murray at (843) 953-2568. Ruby N. Murray, M.Ed. | Programming and Outreach Manager Daniel Library | The Citadel
Barnes & Noble, Ashville, N.C.
DATE: Wednesday, April 27
TIME: 7:30 pm
WHAT: Special IWOSC Members-only Event
Marvin Wolf, one of IWOSC’s most successful writers shares highlights and lowlifes from a career spanning 50 years.
A recovering photojournalist, charter IWOSC member, four-time past president, adjunct college professor, and the author of 17 published books, scores of magazine articles and a feature movie for television, Wolf talks about the pitfalls, pratfalls, roadblocks and rewards of a life in letters in his last IWOSC appearance before departing for a new home in North Carolina.
The author of 17 books…
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