It is already time for the March reading list! For those new to the Team, each month I highlight six books from my reading list.
It is time for the February reading list! The books I highlight in my monthly reading lists are part of my experience.
SHOT SHOW 2020 IT’S ALL ABOUT FAMILY SHOT Show 2020 is in the books! Thank you to everyone who made the time to come by my book signings or stopped me on the floor to say hello. It is humbling that the novels are resonating with so many people, particularly in a community that has been so good to me and my [...]
JACK CARR READING LIST JANUARY 2020 January Jack Carr Reading List It is time for the January reading list! For those of you who are new to my newsletter, each month I highlight six books from my reading list along with information on why the book was impactful to me along my journey. Some will be selections from a professional reading list I was asked to put together for [...]
JACK CARR READING LIST NOVEMBER 2019 November Jack Carr Reading List It is time for the next six books on my reading list! For those of you who are new to my newsletter, each month I’ll be highlighting six books along with some information on why they were impactful to me along my journey. Some will be selections from a professional reading list I was asked to put together for [...]
JACK CARR READING LIST OCTOBER 2019 Welcome to the New Jack Carr Reading List Since the publication of THE TERMINAL LIST, I have been asked time and time again for a list of recommended books. Before I left the SEAL Teams, I was asked to put together a professional reading list by the Naval Special Warfare Center. I broke the list down into sections with my thoughts on why [...]
BRCC Coffee or Die sat down with Jack Carr for an interview over a cup of coffee.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. I’m new to this, but I’m fairly confident that whoever said that wasn’t on a publisher’s marketing team. Buyers absolutely judge, and buy, books by their cover, which is why this was such an important decision. The talented art department at Emily Bestler Books/Atria sent us an initial concept of the cover, and I’ll have to admit, it was really cool to see the words “The Terminal List” on the mock-up jacket.