We all know where we were when the planes hit the twin towers. It is a memory permanantly etched on our minds. But since that fateful day, we have heard so many important stories: stories of heroes and widows and family members left behind to pick up the pieces. Many of those stories have been captured and preserved as books. Books that have been self published. Traditional publishers likely would not have had the bandwidth to allow for these stories to be told, but for our sakes, these authors have made sure we don’t forget; Robert J. Darling—24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker (iUniverse); George Bachmann—Tara’s Cross (iUniverse); and Joseph Cammarata—Face of Courage (AuthorHouse). For that, I am very grateful.