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    • Debra DeAngelo

    • November 25, 2015 in News

    Sanders’ memoir, ‘Defenders of Men,’ recounts days in orphanage, Vietnam War


    Donald Sanders is the author of his memoir, “Defenders of Men.”

    iPinion columnist Donald Sanders has published his first book on CreateSpace. Entitled “Defenders of Men,” Sanders’ experiences growing up in an orphanage, fighting in the Vietnam War and dealing with PTSD are explored in his own unique, witty and sometimes wrenching style. “Defenders of Men” is available on Amazon.

    Says one reviewer, Madge Stein Woods, giving the book five stars, “This is a remarkable triumph of evil and redemption. Donald Sanders was abused and battered as a child and teenager and then sent off to Vietnam at 18 to fight in a war no one could be prepared for. Donald comes home wounded in so many ways. This books takes us through his life up to the current day. He is a wounded survivor with so much to share. He is my friend and I am so happy he survived. A truly gifted writer.”


      • Maya Spier Stiles North

      • November 25, 2015 at 8:04 pm
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      I just went and bought it — didn’t even hesitate. I love Donald Sanders — as his co-columnist and copy editor, I can attest to the depth of his heart and the astuteness of his character. All other works can wait — I have a new priority read!

      • Madgew

      • November 25, 2015 at 9:25 pm
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      Love you Donald.

    • Congratulations on finishing your book. You are an amazing person with an amazing story.

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