Mike Angley Featured On The Good Men Project Website!

I was invited to appear as a guest on a very special and unique website, The Good Men Project: Real Stories from the Front Lines of Modern Manhood, which periodically features interviews with men in a blog called, Man-to-Man.

“The Good Men Project: Real Stories from the Front Lines of Modern Manhood” is a collection of first-person stories about what it means to be a man in America today ~ from Pulitzer winners and Poet Laureates to ex-cons, Pro Football Hall of Famers and just regular guys. The authors describe their defining challenges, losses and triumphs through honest and simple truths, and are hoping to spark conversations about what it means to be a good man today.

Among the men profiled:

  • Pulitzer Prize nominated war photographer Michael Kamber, who describes his perilous job and why he has sacrificed so much for it.
  • Nationally renowned yogi Rolf Gates reveals how two women, his sister and his daughter, led him down a spiritual path that ultimately saved his life.
  • Bestselling author Mark St. Amant muses about a romantic, post-wedding journey to Italy that nearly ended his marriage.

That’s why this book and DVD—along with the web site, the film, the online discussions and public events—is so important; it is a forum for men to talk and to be heard, to tell their stories and encourage other men to do the same.

About Mike Angley

Mike Angley is the award-winning author of the Child Finder Trilogy. He retired as a Colonel from the Air Force in 2007 following a 25-year career as a Special Agent with the Office of Special Investigations (OSI). He held 13 different assignments throughout the world, among which were five tours as a Commander of various units, to include two Air Force Squadrons and a Wing. He is a seasoned criminal investigator and a counterintelligence and counterterrorism specialist. In his last assignment, he was Commander of OSI Region 8 with responsibility for all of Air Force Space Command. He’s fond of saying, “If it entered or exited Earth’s atmosphere, I had a dog in the fight!”
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