Since 1974, Seattle/King County has been known as the best place to have a heart attack. This month, I chatted with two senior paramedics with King County Medic One-Tod Levesh and James Kellogg–about how they’ve achieved the highest cardiac arrest survival rates in the world. Read the article HERE:
A number of people have very generously asked how they can help promote my book. Apart from buying a copy and recommending it on your social media sites, writing a short review on Amazon really helps. Even 1-2 sentences can do wonders to raise reader interest! Write your review HERE and thanks so much for your support!
Paramedic memoirs show public gritty details of the job. Thanks to JEMS for reviewing Lights & Sirens! Read the full review here:
Excited to announce that Tantor Media will make Lights & Sirens into an audiobook, read by actor Sean Runnette who has appeared on Thirdwatch, Copland, Law & Order, and won numerous AudioFile and Audie Awards for his narration. The audiobook will arrive Oct 29th, just in time for the holidays! ORDER NOW!
Thanks to EMS World for a great book review of Lights & Sirens! Read it here:
“Both exciting and terrifying”-Thanks to Publishers Weekly for a great review of “Lights & Sirens” and the amazing staff at Berkley Books who helped make it happen! Read the full review HERE:
Had a wonderful time today on WLRN, the NPR affiliate for Miami, talking about my new book, working in National Parks, and how, prior to the creation of paramedics in 1970, someone with a severe traumatic injury was more likely to die on the average American street than in a zone of combat. Listen Here:
Thanks to EMS1 for a great review of Lights & Sirens. Read it here:
“And when you respond to shootings, stabbings, assaults, and drug addicts, it’s important not to lose sight of the fact that the majority of people in the world are good. You should never lose sight of the light.”
New article for Biographile. READ IT HERE: Enjoy and please feel free to ‘like’ and share!