I'm a reader, and I enjoy all kinds of books. Chief Lasky's "Pride and Ownership" is a favorite. I also have my eye on a copy of "A History of the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department" by Brent Lewis. Does anyone have any suggestions for not-textbook titles?
must read depends on your interests because there are fiction-(not true) and non fiction-(true) books. as an aspiring writer myself, i write fiction but i enjoy non fiction so pride & ownership is on the top. if you like stories as i do, in addition to report from eng co 82, the final fire and Steely blue by dennis smith are good stories. the non fict books are numerous and too many to mention here. most stories also have a tendancy to have some non fiction references so like i said, it really depends on what you like to read
Hi Randy, I have a suggestion for some good escape fiction--check out my 4 Firehouse Family mystery novels at http://www.laurieloveman.com. You can "ride along" with 3 firefighter friends back in the 1930s, in a small Ohio town, as they battle arson fires, gangsters, and their own personal demons. You'll find out how horses get Chief Jake McCann in a lot of trouble when he falls for Laura Darvey, a local horsewoman who also happens to be the wife of a racketeer. The books are available in both print and ebook formats.