Lindsay McKenna is the pseudonym of New York Times Bestselling author, Eileen Nauman. With more than 109 titles to her credit and approximately 22 million books sold in 32 countries worldwide, Lindsay is one of the most distinguished authors in the women's fiction genre. She is the recipient of many awards, including six RT Book Reviews awards (including best military romance author) and an RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award. In 1999, foreseeing the emergence of ebooks, she became the first bestselling women's fiction author to exclusively release a new title digitally. In recognition of her status as one of the originators of the military romance genre, Lindsay is affectionately known as "The Top Gun of Women's Military Fiction." Lindsay comes by her military knowledge and interest honestly—by continuing a family tradition of serving in the U.S. Navy. Her father, who served on a destroyer, USS Fletcher, in the Pacific theater during World War II, instilled a strong sense of patriotism and duty in his daughter. So, upon graduating high school, Lindsay—already a student pilot—continued the family custom by enlisting in the U.S. Navy and serving three years (1964-67) as an AG3—Aerographer's Mate Third Class (meteorologist). Since that time Lindsay has kept up her interest in test piloting and training as research for her military romance novels. In pursuit of authenticity, she has undergone high-altitude hyperbaric chamber training at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, flown an Air Force T-38 "chase plane" out of Edwards Air Force Base in California, undertaken two missions (a 12-hour day mission and a five-hour night mission) in an Air Force Strategic Air Command(SAC) B-52 bomber out of K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base in Michigan, flown in a Falcon Coast Guard jet from Coast Guard Miami Air Station in Florida and participated in search-and-rescue helicopter and training missions out of the Coast Guard Port Angeles in Washington. Naturally, Lindsay's military experience is the backbone of her writing—in addition to being credited with writing the first military romance novel (Captive of Fate, 1983), she has created a thriving subgenre within the romance field. It is, therefore, no surprise that her many experiences in the U.S. Navy are a backdrop for her Shadow Warriors series. Of course, Lindsay's interests don't end with the military. Research for other novels has pushed her into becoming intimately acquainted with other professions that serve the common good. From 1981 to 1983, she served as a volunteer firefighter with the West Point Volunteer Fire Department in Ohio and helped pioneer the role of female firefighters. And from 1996 to 2000, Lindsay was registered as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic in Arizona—expertise that is reflected in emergency and accident situations in her books. Subscribe for her quarterly free newsletter that has exclusive goodies only subscribers will receive. And giveaways! Go to website, www.lindsaymkcenna.com to sign up. Visit her online at her website, www.lindsaymckenna.com or follow her on Facebook , https://www.facebook.com/eileen.nauman, and Twitter, https://twitter.com/lindsaymckenna.Read more Read less
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