Reflections From The Great Depression and WWII offers a series of short

stories, recorded facts and quotes encompassing the lives and times of

people who lived during the 1930's and 1940’s. Much of the information

comprised in this book is based on a series of many one-on-one

interviews with friends, relatives, neighbors and acquaintances that

lived during that period. Interviews were conducted over a five year

interval from 2008-2012. This book was created and constructed to be an

“Armchair Book”. In other words, it’s perfect for a grandpa, a

grandma, mom or dad to peruse and read with members of the younger

generation. After all, today’s youth may have many questions about a

time when most folks had a lot less material possessions. Yet even with

less, many seemed very happy back then as they enjoyed a time when life

was much simpler! Woven within the contents of this book is a collection

of little known facts that can be easily confirmed with an internet

search. Some of these facts are intertwined together with the interviews

to form a surprise package full of new and fresh historical

information. That is why it is so very exciting and gratifying to

present this information to readers both young and old, and from all

walks of life.


About the Author

Dr. John Michael Domino is a university supervisor for
interns at The College of Education for Florida Gulf Coast University
(FGCU). He also served at FGCU as the Coordinator of Academic Retention
Programs where he specialized in mentoring and assisting students to
reach their full academic potential. A former USAF Major with 24 years
of dedicated service, he has been active in education and training
throughout his military and civilian careers. He wrote several published
and unpublished books about academic success while working for the
United States Air Force Academy. John and his wife Elizabeth reside in
Ft Myers, Florida, where they enjoy church activities, mainly focusing
on youth, mentoring programs and prison ministries. He wrote two books
about prison ministries titled, Can’t Wait to Go Back to Prison and
Attica: A Survivors Story. His most recent book titled, Mentoring To-Go
is used as a guide for mentoring programs in local churches and other
institutions. John also writes Christian poetry and short stories which
can be found on-line on Authors Den.

Author Interview

What books have you published?

Completed the following: - an interactive mentoring textbook
for a local university and another text about mentoring titled, "Mentoring
To Go". - "Prayer Poems for Mom" book - "Prayer Poems for
My Love" book - Completed two prison ministry books; one titled,
"Can't Wait To Go Back To Prison" a prison ministry experience that
all should read to understand the joy of seeing a life turned around from crime
to a better way completely and forever. - wrote over 600 poems, most inspired
from verses in the Bible. - completed a unique History book, titled
"Reflections From The Great Depression and WWII"; a life-time

When was your first book published?

How many books have you written?

About 10 published and 7 unpublished

Do you write full time or part time?

Part time

What is your motivation to write?

Depends but mostly to let the truth be known. Truth is
stranger than fiction!~

What are your writing goals?

To write a health book

Where do you get your ideas or inspiration from?

Jesus, family and friends

Do you currently have an agent or have books that are
published through a traditional publisher?
Yes, Forbes Custom Publishing published my USAF Academy

Tell us a about your latest book.

The Nine Steps Toward Better Health From a Nine Year Old

What are your reading habits?  What kind of books do you read and how often.

I read for pleasure. I like non-fiction and self-help books

Are there any books that have influenced you as a writer or
This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti - It will make you a

What are you currently reading?

Short Stories of any kind. I am also reading John Mason's book, “Yes you can!” I am also reading Peter the Speed Reader by Pat Esposito. I highly recommend reading all books both authors!

What are some of your greatest challenges as a
self-published author?

Marking and Promotion! You can have the best book in the world but people may never know it if it's not marketed correctly!