Book Signing for My New Book

By | October 13, 2021

[October 13, 2021]  Well, I have my first book signing coming up here in a little over a week, and I am looking forward to it.  A local restaurant, The Historic Smithville Inn, will be hosting the event on October 23 from Noon to 5 pm.  That’s a long day of signing, but I’m sure I can hang in there for five hours.

For those who are close to Atlantic City, New Jersey, I’m only 20 minutes away.  The restaurant address is 1 N. New York Road, Galloway, NJ 08205.  Your GPS will take you there.  Just look for the large white, single-story building with a sandcastle out front.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Oh, you can bring a book already purchased at Amazon or pick one up from me. Either way, I’ll personalize any book you bring.  Oh, and have a friend tag along with you.  The more people, the merrier.

It’s my first book, so I’m shamelessly pushing it.  Thanks for purchasing it and reading about the “real war” in Iraq.

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Please read my newest book, “Our Longest Year in Iraq,” at Amazon (link here).

Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

Hello. I'm Doug and I provide at least one article every day on some leadership topic. I welcome comments and also guests who would like to write an article. Thanks for reading my blog.

27 thoughts on “Book Signing for My New Book

  1. Greg Heyman

    Hey Gen. Satterfield, I’m looking forward to your book signing adventure this coming Saturday (a week from today). I can’t wait. See you there. How about getting the word out in your area. If you live in southern New Jersey, this is the time you’ve been waiting for. See you there!

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    1. Eli Ftootr

      Yeah, knowing how much General Satterfield puts into being prepared, I know it will be successful.

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  2. Frank Graham

    Hi, Gen. Satterfield. Congratulations again on your book and I have my copy now and am reading it. I plan to comment also on Amazon. I’m sure the book will be informative and telling us “what happens behind the scenes.” I look forward to it and good luck with your book signing.

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  3. John DeMarco

    All the best on your book signing. It’s been my pleasure working with you on the Galloway Veterans Advisory Board and getting to know Nancy , especially since she comes from Brooklyn.

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    1. Tom Bushmaster

      Wow, you got to meet Gen. Satterfield? That is sooooo cool. I wish I could be at the book signing to meet him but I live in Arizona and that is just too far. I’ll buy the book and send it to him to sign. I hope that works out.

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      1. Janna Faulkner

        I know what you mean about being able to go to a book signing. I’ve never been to one but would if I could. You just don’t see any where I’m from, rural Wisconsin.

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  4. Jonny be Good

    Hey sir, good luck with your book signing. You are one of America’s best patriots.
    🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  5. Anya B.

    This is wishing Gen. Satterfield all the best of luck on Saturday, October 23, 2021 in Galloway, New Jersey. Hey, please post some pics of the event. We would all like to see it. 😊

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    1. Don Snow

      Pictures would be good. Yes, I support that idea and if you can, get some video as well and post that. I just love to see folks who are patriotic and love America. Those are the ones who are the very best that we have to offer.

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      1. Guns are Us

        Being a patriot is about living free. Tyranny is what we fight against. Today, most of our Americans don’t even know what freedom really is or is about. Sad for them but not for me. More guns … More guns!

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      2. Audrey

        Hey, guns, you’re ‘triggering’ the snowflakes in our midst. Be careful ….. they might write you a mean letter.

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  6. Linux Man

    Congratulations and GOOD LUCK to Gen. Satterfield. Plenty of resources out there in social media to help get the word out. The more folks go to his book signing, the better off all of will be. Of course, the main idea is to get the word out about what really happened in Iraq and not some stupid historian, woke, nutjob telling us what happened.

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  7. Tracey Brockman

    I’ll be sending an email to my friends who live in eastern Pennsylvania. Maybe they can make it. Shouldn’t be more than a couple of hours for them to get there. Plus, they told me that they like the shore anyway and AC to gamble in too.

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    1. Fred Weber

      Been to Atlantic City? I have. That area is not so pleasant. Gambling does not attract the best of human nature and they have a poverty rate over 50%. And who makes up the majority of the population? Just guess.

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      1. Janet Ashunnie

        Lived there before the place became so popular.
        🤡😇☝️👺

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          1. Harry Donner

            Right, you just have to know where to go and who to see in the AC area.

    2. Boy Sue

      Good thinking Tracey and best of luck for Gen. Satterfield on his special day.

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  8. Frankie Boy

    I found a number of videos out on the internet on how to conduct a book signing. Those videos are interesting and informative. I recommend that Gen. Satterfield view a few of them and maybe he can get some ideas about how to run one efficiently. Hey, I hope you do well.

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  9. Bryan Z. Lee

    Wish I could be there but I live too far away. Congrats and good luck. Be sure to report to us how it went.

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    1. Nick Lighthouse

      Yeah, I can’t be there in person but maybe Gen. Satterfield could “zoom” the event…. just thinking a little out of the box.

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    2. Randy Goodman

      Me too, too far. But I’m sending my best wishes his way.
      👍👍👍👍

      Reply

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