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As promised, “A Day of Horror: The March 11, 2011 Japan Earthquake – A Foreigner’s Perspective” has been revised and updated and is now available from Amazon.  Thank you for your patience.  As mentioned in my previous post, I was very green when I first wrote and published it. It was my fledgling self-publishing venture.  I feel that this new edition is a long overdue improvement in the overall readability and user-friendliness of the book.  The book has also been updated with recent facts and figures on the status of the crisis.

The book is a detailed account of my experiences with the earthquake and the nuclear crisis.  It gives information about the event from my perspective, an American living in Japan. It also gives a little insight into Japanese life and culture. If you’re curious about that fateful day in the history of Japan (and the events that followed in its wake) or if you wonder what it’s like to live here, then I encourage you to check it out.  A link to the new edition of the book is located on the “My Books” page of this blog.

To those who have already purchased and read my book, thank you. Amazon recently informed me that previous purchasers of the book will be able to access the latest edition via the “Manage Your Content and Devices” page in their Amazon accounts.

As the 6th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake approaches, I ask that you remember those who lost their lives that fateful day and pray for those who mourn them.  I also ask that you remember those who survived but whose lives will be forever altered as a result of the horror of that day and its consequences; the refugees and evacuees of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

As always, thank you for reading my blog and for reading my books.  I humbly and respectfully ask that if you feel so inclined, then I encourage you to write a review of my book and spread the word.  The story of the Great East Japan Earthquake is one that can teach us many valuable lessons.  We should listen and learn.

Thank you and have a wonderful spring.