Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Documentary FIGHTING FOR LIFE Offers a Compelling Story of Military Medical Men and Women Trying to Save Combat-Wounded Soldiers

The military doctors, nurses, orderlies and other military personnel seen in the documentary FIGHTING FOR LIFE are truly as heroic as are the combat-wounded men and women whose lives the medical personnel fight to save.

Nancy Brown of www.YourMilitary.com and I both screened the documentary before interviewing the producer/director/writer Terry Sanders on our BlogTalkRadio show www.YourMilitaryLife.com.

Nancy and I agreed with Terry that he showed the bloody hospital scenes in a manner that doesn't make viewers turn away from the film. Instead, you want to follow what's happening to these wounded military personnel. And, as Terry said, the film should be seen by Americans so that we all keep in mind our wounded veterans.

Check your local PBS station for date and time that this documentary will be shown this Memorial Day weekend. Or go to www.fightingforlifethemovie.com for both your local PBS listing and to order the DVD.

Then listen to our BlogTalkRadio interview of Terry Sanders -- it's a fascinating account of a filmmaker who got caught up in the story he started out to tell.

Phyllis Zimbler Miller is the author of MRS. LIEUTENANT: A SHARON GOLD NOVEL and the co-author of the Jewish holiday book SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION. She also blogs at LA Internet Business Examiner, Operation Support Jews in the Military, and Fiction Marketing, and she is the co-host of the BlogTalkRadio show Your Military Life. Her company Miller Mosaic LLC builds call-to-action websites for book authors and small businesses.

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