Back in the early 1980s I emigrated to Australia and began my independent publishing career, which has lasted over 39 years so far, and still going. I launched my first handmade edtion of 960 copies of Permission to Kill, my first novel. I took the first backpack full to Cairns and sold them at Rusty's Marker, an outdoor weekend market.
In 2020 I returned to Cairns, and Rusty's to offer the latest eBook versions of all of my 15 novels using my Three for Free promotion, standing in the exact spot I did 39 years prior.
I also set up a follow-up radio interview with ABC radio to proclaim this historic event. I video recorded the interview. The room was very dark, as recording studios tend to be so the techs can easily read the instrument levels, but it's really not the visuals that are important, it the conversation. So have a look, a listen. Yes, it is a repeat of my life's work of documenting what the Viet Nam War did for me. The lessons are still important, so pay attention.
Brian Wizard's DVD, Viet Nam: "Then, Again, and Beyond"has three music videos woven around the three narratives.
CLICK HERE for a FREE viewing of the medley. 5'10" run time:
Please note: The footage was filmed using the state of the art home movie equipment of the day, a Super 8mm camera, vintage 1968. Therefore, the quality is not the best. The industry could not yet spell video or HD.
This is a medley of three Brian Wizard Viet Nam War music videos.
All three are parts of the greater works, the award-winning documentary, Viet Nam, "Then, Again, and Beyond."
The documentary is available on DVD and a download.
The footage was filmed with the state of the art home movie equipment in 1968, a Super 8mm movie camera. No one knew how to spell HD, yet.
Brian Wizard's award-winning documentary will be FREE until Memorial Day 2022 to honor the ultimate sacrifice of our military men and woman who fought and died in harm's way.
For full details visit: https://brianwizard.com/index.php/vietnam-books-dvds/product/185-then-again-and-beyond-mp4-download
With my 8 mbs connection the download takes far beyond the time for my attention span, but if I let it go whilst I do something else, then the download will complete.
Run Time: 66 minutes.
IF you like this FREE video documentary and would like to support this veteran's lifelong work in keeping the history alive, feel free to toss a donation into the busker's hat via: https://brianwizard.com/index.php/special-order-payments
Live, Learn, and Enjoy,