How I Learned to Sell and Make Deals

“Bill, how would you like to make more money in a month selling Willys Jeeps than I bet you make in a year of cowboying?” In his newly-released fifth memoir, award-winning author William L. McGee recounts the event in 1950 that changed the course of his life from cowboying in the West to becoming a…

One week to go!

And Bill’s fifth memoir will be available! Yes, we published the sixth memoir in 2018 (The Broadcasting Years, 1958-1989: Memoir of a Television Pioneer); then backtracked to the fifth memoir this year, but that is what we call creative license (or we own the company). More to come this week…

The Fatal Voyage of Task Unit 32.4.4

June 16 is Father’s Day, but for Bill McGee and other survivors of Task Unit 32.4.4, the date is remembered for another reason… March 27, 1943. Having been indoctrinated at U.S. Navy Boot Camp and Gunnery School, I sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge aboard the Liberty ship SS Nathaniel Currier… bound for the South…

Countdown to the 75th Anniversary of D-Day continues as Bill McGee recaptures a highlight from his visit to Normandy in 1994 for the 50th Anniversary (Post 4, Part 2)

Cherbourg and Sainte-Mère-Eglise, June 5, 1994 – After visiting Ste-Mère-Eglise, Sandra and I reboarded the bus for the drive to a nearby field where 560 troops from the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions, along with 38 WWII vets from the 82nd and 101st – ages 68 to 83 – parachuted in a re-enactment of Operation…