Paul’s books and social media pages

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You’ll find all of my relevant sales and social media links below.  Follow, subscribe, send a friend request, and like as many as you can.  I like to keep in touch with my audience.

 

Amazon Sales page for Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse

 

Amazon Sales page for My Book of Poetry: Select Poems by an Iraq War Veteran

 

 

Amazon Sales page for Cape Lookout Lighthouse

 

 

Amazon Sales Page for The Sambac Crystal and The Stolen Kingdom

 

 

Amazon Sales Page for All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle

 

 

Amazon Sales Page for Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise

 

 

Amazon Sales Page for The Buildup to Operation Intense Freedom

 

Amazon Sales Page for Run The Table: Operation Intense Freedom

 

Amazon Sales Page for The Aftermath of Operation Intense Freedom

 

Amazon Series Page for my Warden Series

 

You can click these universal shortened links and they’ll take you to your country’s Amazon sales page for the ebooks:

Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse

My Book of Poetry:  Select Poems by an Iraq War Veteran

Cape Lookout Lighthouse

The Sambac Crystal and The Stolen Kingdom

All In:  The Globe Trot Shuffle

Cash Me Out:  Life and Death in Paradise

The Buildup to Operation Intense Freedom

Run The Table:  Operation Intense Freedom

The Aftermath of Operation Intense Freedom

Warden Series Page

Amazon Author Page

 

Twitter or search for @prp3theauthor

Instagram or search for prp3theauthor

About Me

My YouTube channel

 

My Facebook

Paul Russell Parker III’s Author page on Facebook

Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse

My Book of Poetry:  Select Poems by an Iraq War Veteran

Cape Lookout Lighthouse

The Sambac Crystal and The Stolen Kingdom

All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle’s Book page on Facebook

Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise’s Book page on Facebook

The Buildup to Operation Intense Freedom’s Book page on Facebook

Run The Table: Operation Intense Freedom’s Book page on Facebook

The Aftermath of Operation Intense Freedom’s Book page on Facebook

 

Goodreads

Paul Russell Parker III on Bookbub

BookHippo.UK

WordPress

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Barnes & Noble for the paperback of Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of My Book of Poetry:  Select Poems by an Iraq War Veteran

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of Cape Lookout Lighthouse

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of The Sambac Crystal and The Stolen Kingdom

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of All In:  The Globe Trot Shuffle

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise 

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of The Buildup to Operation Intense Freedom 

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of Run The Table:  Operation Intense Freedom 

Barnes & Noble for the paperback of The Aftermath of Operation Intense Freedom 

 

Books-A-Million paperback of Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse

Books-A-Million paperback of My Book of Poetry:  Select Poems by an Iraq War Veteran

Books-A-Million paperback of Cape Lookout Lighthouse

Books-A-Million paperback of The Sambac Crystal and The Stolen Kingdom

Books-A-Million paperback of All In:  The Globe Trot Shuffle

Books-A-Million paperback of Cash Me Out:  Life and Death in Paradise

Books-A-Million paperback of The Buildup to Operation Intense Freedom

Books-A-Million paperback of Run The Table:  Operation Intense Freedom

Books-A-Million paperback of The Aftermath of Operation Intense Freedom

 

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UK Author page

DE Author page

FR Author page

JP Author page

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2 thoughts on “Paul’s books and social media pages

  1. Marushka – Tampa – I have a Master's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies -Literature and Writing- from Western New Mexico University. When I find an on-line PhD course, I will let you know. If you know of one with minimal or no residency, let me know. Literature and writing are my passions. I am a freelance writer and correspondent for Harmonic Factory. I am passionate about my family, friends and animals. I am also passionate about politics and religion but rarely share my opinions on those subjects. Thank you for stopping by and reading some of my work. Leave me a comment if you want to. I’d be honored to get feedback and get to know you. Fondly, Marushka
    marushkasplace says:

    Hope your book is doing well

    1. prp3theauthor – Crystal Coast, North Carolina – I was born in California, but lived in Japan and North Carolina as well. My Dad was a career Marine, and married my Mom where he met her; in the Philippines. I have two sisters, and I am an uncle. I graduated high school in California, and went straight into the Marines. College didn't appeal to me at all. Neither did living in the middle of the desert in California. Nothing could convince me to stay, or go to college. My mind was set to get out of there, and to see the world. I was in from 2000 to 2004. I'm also an Iraq War Veteran. Specifically the Invasion of Iraq in 2003 with the 1st Marine Division. After the Marines, I went to college. I received my AA from Coastal Carolina Community College, and my BA from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. I met my wife while I was a student intern with the US Department of State. If you know any college sophomores, please tell them to check out the State Department website. They have a ton of internship opportunities in the US, and abroad. Anywho, I was assigned to the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines when we met. My future wife worked in my building. Or I worked in hers since I was just an intern. She stayed in Manila while I got a job in Iraq. Without going too far into it in my about me description, I got a job with a company in Northern Virginia. They sent me to Fort Benning, Georgia for civilians working in a dangerous area (CRC). And then to Germany. I got to travel to Switzerland, and Italy as well. Then it was Iraq from 2007 until 2009. I wanted to spend more time with my family, so I transferred from Iraq to Masirah, Island in Oman. I was able to bring my family with me there to a Royal Air Force of Oman air base that had an American contractor for the US military presence. We stayed there from 2009 until 2011. Then I took a transfer to US Air Force base right outside of Doha, Qatar. That was a whole different kind of experience. We lived in Doha while I drove to the base for work. We were there from 2011 until 2014. In 2014, I brought the fam here to North Carolina. I've been to dozens of countries, but I've never been to anywhere quite like the Crystal Coast, the Outer Banks of NC. Take a visit out here in the summer, and you'll see why. And that's pretty much all there is about me. I have a day job but I create content whenever or wherever I can. My proudest content creation are my books, as I have nine and more on the way. I'm getting into the vlogging game now, and I'm enjoying that just as much as being an Author. I'm even getting my family involved. My wife and I have four children, and we like to document our adventures. We go fishing, cast netting, crabbing, and hiking. We hike around the coast, and visit the barrier islands off of the Crystal Coast. We also like to take road trips when the kids aren't in class. We've driven to D.C., Orlando, and as far away as St. Louis. When the kids are in class, we spend our free time at their dance and sports practices, games, and recitals. After the high paced jet setting lifestyle I had, I love putting down roots with the fam. I'm pretty laid back, and enjoy spending time with family, and friends. I love watching football. I play fantasy football, and even have been to see the Carolina Panther's play. I'm actually a fan of the Los Angeles Chargers, but since I live in NC, I go for the closest stadium. That's about it I guess. I like to write. I have stories I want to tell. My plan is to add positivity to the world, and I'm excited to be able to do so.
      prp3theauthor says:

      Thanks! It’s doing alright. I’m working on the next project

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