The start of any project, including a writing project, can have a wide variety of circumstances in the origins leading to the effort. The influences and contributors are often unknown to the reader, either mentioned in a passage many skip over, or even omitted for some reason.
But these roots can make a story of their own to explain the genesis of a book-writing effort, for some things seem to happen miraculously. These contributing factors are essential in the creation of any work such as Major General Arthur Clark’s recently released Eyes of the Tiger: China 1944-1945.

Maj. Gen. Arthur W. Clark has written about his wartime experience with the 35th Photo Recon Squadron in the soon to be released Eyes of the Tiger (Courtesy Amazon.com)

Maj. Gen. Arthur W. Clark has written about his wartime experience with the 35th Photo Recon Squadron in the soon to be released Eyes of the Tiger (Courtesy Amazon.com)

You will learn of some of these influences and contributors to this book in the video below of the launch event of General Arthur Clark’s recollection of his wartime service in the 35th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron.


For more information on this book helping tell the story of the Redhawks at war, see:

http://www.amazon.com/Eyes-Tiger-1944-1945-Arthur-Clark/dp/0692446206/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1442472420&sr=8-1&keywords=eyes+of+the+tiger+arthur+clark

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