Military books and books about flying are exceptionally well known with American perusers. At times do we experience a military book told from different viewpoints nonetheless. While huge numbers of these military books are all around looked into, not very many of them are composed by individuals who can furnish us with a view from inside the story, having been there when the story unfurled. Grant winning writer Steve Snyder has figured out how to give perusers simply that.
Steve Snyder’s dad, Howard Snyder, was a B-17 pilot positioned in Britain amid World War II. On February 8, 1944, his plane, the B-17 Susan Ruth (named after Snyder’s girl), was shot down over the French/Belgium fringe after a mission to bomb Frankfurt, Germany.
The book recounts the genuine story of occasions paving the way to and taking after that nerve racking day. Of the ten man group, some kicked the bucket, some wound up in jail camps, and some avoided catch. What makes this flying book exceptional is the shifted, point by point, and astounding story of what happened to every team part, specifically Howard Snyder who sidestepped catch and was lost without a trace for seven months.
Perusers are given the chance to peruse the letters and records that were traded prior and then afterward the Susan Ruth was shot down. ‘Shot Down’ is loaded with photographs that improve the presentation of these phenomenal WW II occasions that must never be overlooked.
“I composed this book on the grounds that the tale of my dad, his team, and the numerous Belgian individuals who took a chance with their lives to help them is so interesting thus convincing that it simply must be told,” Snyder expressed. “Not at all like different books about the air war in Europe that either tell about many teams or only one man’s understanding, ‘Shot Down’ centers a group of ten men while positioned in Britain, flying battle missions, being shot down, and their shifted encounters on the ground a short time later. The whole story is composed through direct declaration by the general population who required in the occasions that occurred.”
‘Shot Down’ has gotten various prominent honors:
2015 Books and Writers Book of the Year – Victor True to life Military
2015 Cutting edge Independent Book Grants – Champ Military
2015 Global Book Grants – Champ History: General
2015 Perusers’ Most loved Book Grants – Gold Decoration Champ True to life Recorded
2015 Fuel Book Grants – Finalist True to life
2015 Cutting edge Independent Book Grants – Finalist Authentic True to life
2015 Autonomous Distributer Book Grants – Silver Medalist History (U.S.)
2015 Autonomous Writer Arrange (IAN) Book of the Year Grants – Extraordinary True to life (General)
2015 Autonomous Writer Arrange (IAN) Book of the Year Grants – Second Place Victor
2015 NABE Spring Apex Book Accomplishment Grants – Best Books Military
2015 True to life Book Grants – Bronze Award
2015 eLit Grants – Gold Award History
2014 Foreword Surveys’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Grants – Finalist War & Military
2014 USA Best Book Grants – Finalist History: General
2014 USA Best Book Grants – Finalist History: Military
2014 Southern California Book Celebration – Good Specify General True to life
Analysts have applauded ‘Shot Down’. Distributers Week by week expressed, “This is an incredible prologue to the historical backdrop of the U.S. air war in Europe, refined by the experience of a solitary aircraft group.” The European Focal point of Military History stated, “Steve Snyder has achieved a level of grant couple of beginner students of history accomplish.” Foreword Audits called it an “unbelievable book.” Midwest Book Survey called it “A naturally interesting and deftly composed record.”
Steve Snyder is accessible for media meetings and talking engagements and can be achieved utilizing the data beneath or by email at email@example.com. ‘Shot Down’ is accessible at Amazon and other book retailers. A top to bottom meeting with Snyder can be gotten to at The Creators Demonstrate site. More data is accessible at his site at http://www.stevesnyderauthor.com.
Steve Snyder resigned from VSP in 2009 following 36 years in national deals and deals administration, He started his journey to know everything conceivable about the World War II encounters of his dad, pilot Howard Snyder, and his group of the B-17 Susan Ruth. Continuously, it turned into his enthusiasm and brought about ‘Shot Down’. He has a place with various World War II affiliations and is president of the 306th Bomb Aggregate Verifiable Affiliation.