Michael Freeland headshotMichael Freeland works full-time writing, teaching, and lecturing on the War Years from his perspective as a combat medic on the front lines with the 82nd Airborne Division in World War II.

Not an historian, not a journalist, but a citizen soldier tells of going from the wooded hills of Tennessee to defense work in Detroit; then on to the front of World War II as an army medic, all before he was 20 years old. After treating the wounded of D-Day, he became part of the forces that liberated Berlin and the German death camps, ending his military career.

A return trip to the European battlefields in 2005 inspired him to write BLOOD RIVER TO BERLIN.

The Edgar Cayce Award for Prose was presented to Michael R. Freeland, May 2014.

Michael lives with his wife, Ellen, and their dogs, Callie and JoJo, in  Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and is currently working on his next book.

Contact us today to book this author for your event, to hear his reflections, and stories of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.








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