This page was last updated on 19 January 2016.
We would like to thank Noonie Fortin for adding this page to her website. We realize that she is very busy herself but she has found time to give us a little bit of help as well. We would like to invite you to visit our own site where you can actually order these books: LangMarc Publishing.
Our company was formed in 1991 originally to get our own written books published. Then we began to publish other author's books.
In 1995 we published a biography for the first time and it has been one of our best sellers. In 1997 we published a children's book for the first time. Since then we have published several fiction books as well as inspirational books.
Please take a look at some of the books shown below that we have done. To order them contact us by phone at 1-800-864-1648 or by email to LangMarc.
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Memories of Maggie is about the woman Veterans lovingly called "Colonel Maggie" and "Old Lady of the Boondocks." Martha Raye, noted comedienne, jazz singer, and actress, was much more than just an entertainer to our troops in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Just ask them!
Born in a charity ward Martha Raye went on to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1993, the highest award America gives to civilians. Shunning publicity, she had spent over two years "in-country" in Vietnam entertaining and caring for and about our troops. She assisted in war-zone operating rooms, sang and danced at remote firebases, and remained "apolitical" about the war but not about "her" troops to whom she was truly devoted.
Al Hemingway, VIETNAM Magazine:
Meribeth Jones, Veterans' Voice:
Mark Leepson, The VVA Veteran:
Jim Collins, The NCO Journal:
General William C. Westmoreland, USA (Ret):
Joseph Wilson Jr., former soldier USA:
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Potpourri Of War is about the American people who served their country as military or civilian personnel mostly during the Vietnam War. It tells of women who have served in, or with, our military forces in every war, conflict, or police action in this century. Most were military personnel, USO members, Red Cross workers, Hollywood stars, and relatives of Veterans.
Do you know how many American women died during our wars? Do you know what POW-MIA issues are really about? Do you know what Rolling Thunder is? Do you know what a Gold Star Mother is? Questions asked by high school and college audiences, Veterans groups, community organizations, and writers groups are also included. The answers to these and many other questions can be found in Noonie Fortin's new book. These are just a few of the subjects discussed in this amazing book.
The tragedy of war is not gender specific! Neither is this book. It is a potpourri of personal experiences and reminiscences--some stunning, others fond, several profound. It is about unsung and uncommon heroes. A heartfelt tribute to those who have served, it tells of labors of love in war's worst places.
Dr. Gil Woodside, Jr.:
Leon Fletcher, Writer, former Lieutenant Commander, USNR:
The author writes in a charming, personable, enthusiastic, readable style...with authority and experience...to help keep Martha Raye's memory alive, to urge students to learn about the Vietnam War and its Veterans, to help renew a sense of patriotism, to help keep the POW-MIA issue alive, and to honor the women and men who served and died in Vietnam. Those elements are indeed attained."
Joan Marcotte, teacher, former soldier, USAR:
Doris "Dee" Chambers, former soldier (USA) and Veterans spouse:
The next set of books are other books that LangMarc Publishing has done that I have read. They are all excellent books. They have published many other books also so please go to their website to check them all out. Meanwhile you can contact the publisher for them by sending email to LangMarc or by calling them at 1-800-864-1648.
The Leapin' Deacon: The Soldier's Chaplain by Conrad Walker and J Walker Winslow is about a minister who flew and jumped with our troops during the Vietnam War. It is available for $18.95.
Cayman Gold by Richard Trout absolutely enthralled me when I read it. Even though it is geared towards young adults it is a book all family members can read. It certainly opened my eyes to undersea adventures. It is available for $9.95.
Elephant Tears by Richard Trout is the second in his series of young adult books. This one took the MacGregor family to adventures in Africa. It is available for $9.95.
Secret of the Viking Dagger by Scarlett Ryan Foster is a great book for children in the fifth grade or older. It's about two boys who find a dagger in Michigan and wind up getting transported back in time to a Viking village. The book includes historical facts, a glossary of new terms, and a suggestion list of things for teachers to do with the children. It is available in soft cover for $7.95 and library hardcover binding for $15.95.
Guide-Lines and God-Lines for Facing Cancer by Marvyl Loree Patton is highly recommended for anyone who has cancer or knows of someone with it. This trade paperback is $13.95.
St Murphy's Commandments by Ron Birk is a cute illustrated paperback for church folks of all denominations. It is available for $8.95.
Are you Listening, Lord? by Mary Ann Kerl is a book for teenage girls to help them with feelings, friendships, loneliness, self-esteem, etc. It is a trade paperback for $6.95.
Angel on Trial by Mary Ann Kerl and Jay d'Queue (AKA James D. Qualben) is a humorous religious fictional book that should be taken with a grain of salt. Try to vision angels riding motorcycles trying to help others. It is a trade paperback for $13.95.
When I was First Alone by Jan Johnansen Stennes is for anyone who has lost a loved one through death or divorce. It is a hardcover for $12.95.
The Next Step by F Alvin Dungan has 366 encouraging meditations ideal for recovery from addictions. It is a trade paperback for $11.95.
The Blue Garter Club by Carol Wade Lee covers a group of
college women through their lives, adoptions, losses, addictions, and joys. It
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