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National Guard 101: A Handbook for Spouses Paperback – November 21, 2011
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Mary's first book, The List: 7 Ways to Tell if He's Going to Marry You in 30 Days or Less was published in 2005. She still receives emails (and wedding/baby pictures) from women who read The List and met Mr. Right.
Her second book, National Guard 101: A Handbook for Spouses was released in November 2011. Right in time to celebrate the National Guard's 375th birthday (December 13th). Mary lives in Alpharetta, Georgia with her husband, Jon, and their two children.
Top Customer Reviews
This book is particularly useful to those new to military life. Even though my wife is in the Army Reserves, the book explains the different events that military families attend and outlines a very unique plan for getting support during deployments. Being a not yet official "spouse" this was highly educational and helpful in assisting me navigate all of the resources at my disposal while my fiance was deployed.
A must read for any military spouse or soon to be spouse!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A must for all National Guard and Reservists and their families. Easy to read and full of helpful information for families.Published on January 1, 2013 by B. Fischer
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This is a welcome addition to the bookshelf of the "reserve" population who still feel disconnected from the installations and resources of active Army Families. Read morePublished on February 16, 2012 by David J. Henderson