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Entry Way Publishing DIGI-TALL MEDIA
Presents Books by Award Winning Author
Ronnie D. Foster
Email - rdfoster66@msn.com
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Non-Fiction:
One Day as a Lion by RD Foster ONE DAY AS A LION
TRUE STORIES OF THE VIETNAM WAR
HEROES FROM COLLIN COUNTY
Twenty-one young men from Collin County, Texas, died in the War in Vietnam. These are their stories told by RD Foster a Vietnam Marine who knew many of the heroes from the days before anybody even had heard of Vietnam. Each chapter tells a different story that includes Marines, Soldiers and Sailors. One of those stories is about Russel A. Steindam, who received a posthumous Medal of Honor.
$20.00
One Day as a Lion
CollinCcounty Freedom Fighters WWI
COLLIN COUNTY FREEDOM FIGHTERS
TRUE STORIES FROM THE WALL OF HONOR
WORLD WAR I
In 1917 and '18 the young people of America rallied to the cause of freedom. Seventy-one of those soldiers, including one woman, from Collin County didn't return. Read about the savage fighting those men on the front lines endured, while those not in combat fought a just-as-deadly enemy in the great Influenza epidemic, whick took more lives than actual combat. This book is done in association with the Collin County History Museum in McKinney.
$20.00
 
CCFF WWI
CCFF Korean War COLLIN COUNTY FREEDOM FIGHTERS
TRUE STORIES FROM THE WALL OF HONOR
THE KOREAN WAR
In 1950, just five years after WWII, America went to war again in the cold, faraway countries of North and South Korea. Totally unprepared for combat, the United States Army sent in untrained troops, with worn-out WWII weapons. In almost every battle they would be outmanned and outgunned. Fighting heroically, twenty-two Collin County boys would gives their lives there, some to be never seen or heard from again.  This book is done in association with the Collin County History Museum in McKinney.

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CCFF the Korean War
 
NOVELS

 
Last Train Runnin' by RD Foster
LAST TRAIN RUNNIN'
This is a story about a double one-sided love affair, with two men in love with the same girl. Everet Blaylock is a famous songer/songwriter in love with the beautiful Holly, and finds himself in South Vietnam as a Corpsman with a Marine rifle company. David Westerfield is an anti-war journeyman journalist in Austin, Texas, also in love with Holly. For Holly the choice is simple, out of sight out of mind. This is a page turner that will grip you from the start, as Everet continues to write songs and tries to stay  alive, while being tortured by his love for Holly. David finds himself embroiled in controversy due to his unpopular views with family and close friends. RD Foster tell the story in a way that shows how the two men's lives parallel one another, even though they are a world apart.
$20.00      
   
Last Train runnin'
The Honky Tonk Life by RD Foster
THE HONKY TONK LIFE
Or, PUT a FLASHING NEON LIGHT on my TOMBSTONE
RD Foster has traveled over a million miles in the music business and in this fascinating story he writes about what he knows. This is the story of a young California wanna-be Country Music star, that takes him all back to the early days of rock-and-roll, the 1960s, as it blended with Country, Folk and Blues. Life on the road was tough in those days for four young Texas boys and the girls they loved, whether it be for an hour or a lifetime.
$20.00
The Honky Tonk Life
Code X by RD Foster CODE X - OPERATION RECALL
In the early 1960s the United States was at war, not a shooting war, but a war of spy versus spy. Russia was the number-one enemy, but traitors could be found at home and even in the government. In a world of spys, secret agents, beautiful women and ruthless killers, a small group of specially trained operatives, code name "Code-X" was created to deal with what the government couldn't, or wouldn't. Based on stories obtained by guys who were there, RD Foster weaves a web of deceit and patriotism in this cliff-hanging page turner.
$20.00    
Code X
 
MUSIC CDS

 
Red River Surfers
THE RED RIVER SURFERS
The name, "The Red River Surfers" comes from RD Foster's novel The Honky Tonk Life, or, Put a Flashing Neon Light on my Thombstone. With the book set in the 1960s, the 11 songs on this CD reflects those days of Rock and Roll, Country, Blues and Folk. Great guitar rides with a rocking harmonica and Texas Fiddle.
$15.00         
 
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Red River Surfers
Red River Surfers THE RED RIVER SURFERS
"WE'RE GOING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS"
"SHE GOT A NEW GUITAR FOR CHRISTMAS"
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Red River Surfers
A Regular Spinning Top

A REGULAR SPINNING TOP
Recorded in 1997, ten songs written by Texas Honky Tonk singer/songwriter, RD Foster. His four-piece band, The Red Dog Rangers, was made up of some of the hottest players in Texas: Brent Rozell on guitar; Yodeling Donnie Mack, bass; Jass Stephens, drums; RD, harmonica and guitar. Texas guitar legend Bugs Henderson is featured on the rocking title track “Spinning Top”, with guest appearances by fiddle and dobro virtuoso Milo Deering; Mike Basden, piano; Joe Darby Copeland slide guitar; with Chip Abernathy, drums and Terry Vieregge, bass, on “Cowboy’s Life”. All songs were recorded at Phil York’s Yorktown Studio in Irving, Texas.
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Spinning Top
Raydeo X
RAYDEO X
Great Country & Comedy Music
In the format of a prison radio station, with soome great original Texas Music
featuring 45 of the hottewt players in North Texas.
- Not intended for anyone under 18 -
$15.00


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Raydeo X

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