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An Interview With Tom Kratman, Part 4

This is the first in a series of interviews sponsored by Baen Books with some of today's top military science fiction writers.

Today, you will learn about working with other authors and thoughts on milblogging -- including some thoughts on Scott Beauchamp...

Tom Kratman has had a very interesting life. He began reading at a very early age (listen to find out how young), enlisted in the Army, earned a college degree and went Mustang, became a lawyer, and was saved twice by Saddam Hussein. Along the way, he was not only Airborne, he also picked up some interesting things including a Combat Infantry Badge and a Ranger Tab.

Today, he writes such books as A Desert Called Peace, A State of Disobedience, Carnifex, Caliphate, Yellow Eyes, and Watch on the Rhine.

Stay tuned for the Final Part of the interview next Monday. Part 1 can be found here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here, and the introduction to the series is here.