Trafford: Fulfilling a Fatherai??i??s Wish (Part 1)

Posted on June 26, 2013 under Author Blogs
Trafford Author Dat Phung To

Trafford Publishing author Dat Phung To is warmly welcomed to Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner. From mathematics whiz-kid, to a major in the Vietnamese army, to almost ten years incarceration during the Vietnam War, Dat Phung To has experienced and survived everything that life could throw at him.

Trafford Presents Paul Ehrlich’s Epic Journey (Part 3)

Posted on June 24, 2013 under Author Blogs
The Blue Hippopotamus by Trafford author Paul Ehrlich

In part three of Paul Ehrlichai??i??s three-part series for Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner, he shares with the Trafford community many of the situations encountered upon bringing home the man rescued from a Nazi concentration camp.

Trafford Publsihing Presents Paul Ehrlich’s Epic Journey (part 2)

Posted on June 21, 2013 under Author Blogs
The Blue Hippopotamus by Trafford author Paul Ehrlich

Trafford Publishing Authorai??i??s Corner welcomes back Paul Ehrlich. In part two, Ehrlich continues his story of his WWII secret mission, however, part two concentrates on a particular person he met along the way.

Trafford presents Paul Ehrlich’s Epic Journey (Part 1)

Posted on June 19, 2013 under Author Blogs
The Blue Hippopotamus by Trafford author Paul Ehrlich

Trafford Publishing would like to give a warm welcome to Trafford author of The Blue Hippopotamus, otherwise known as ai???Blippoai??i??, Paul Ehrlich. In part one of his three-part series, Ehrlich talks about his secret mission in the Marine Special Forces in World War II to rescue a particular individual from a Nazi concentration camp, where he also meets a very special person along the way.

Trafford presents: Nine Tenths of a Century (Part 2)

Posted on June 17, 2013 under Author Blogs
Trafford author Alex Caemmerer

Iai??i??m not sure about you, but I love getting lost in my reveries, one thought leading to another and at times straying away on a tangent. It is suffice to say that the cogitation of someone who has lived nine tenths of a century would probably be a lot deeper than the objective person. Here, Trafford author Alex Caemmerer Jr. concludes the topics that occupied his mind throughout his life that also emerged in his book Letters to the Editor.