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A Letter from DODReads.com to Our Publishing Community
DODReads Military and Leadership Book Reviews

In the first quarter of 2022, DODReads reviewed 17 books. Most are nonfiction and military or leadership focused. Most are traditionally published, some are self-published, re-published, or have reached the market in other ways. Some are recent releases, but the list also includes books from our military’s reading lists, books from years past and classics. All are books our readers find relevant and inspiring.
We hope you enjoy this summary of books reviewed by our growing list of book reviewers. Our goal is to promote books in our domain and we encourage you and your authors and publicists to contact us should you like DODReads to review your titles. Our site receives over 225,000 views per month.


A Note About Our Book Review Program

DODreads.com accepts books for review from publishers, agents, publicists, and authors. To submit a title for review, please contact DODReads.com at reviews@DODReads.com.
Our dedicated reviewers review approximately one-half of all books submitted in a timely manner at no cost to the submitter other than the shipment of a print book once selected for review.
Featured Reviews are selected by DODReads.com or available as a paid alternative and placed at the top of our website’s Military Book Reviews page for one week at the end of the Review Quarter. To inquire about a paid Featured Review or if you have any additional questions, please contact Mary Monroe at mary@DODReads.com.

“Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass teaches you how to adjust and adapt leadership styles to succeed at the next level. Through personal experience leading at every level in the US Coast Guard, Admiral Stosz provides a roadmap for those eager to lead their people and organizations to achieve excellence.”
~ Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times #1 bestselling author of Triggers, Mojo, and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.

Breaking Ice and Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass: Leading in Uncharted Waters is compelling and offers insightful perspective—the importance of diversity and how to be a leader with character for others to follow in today’s organizations, regardless of gender. It is rich in leadership and will be an inspiration to men and women looking for role models and desiring to be a better leader who makes ethical decisions and good choices. Vice Admiral Sandy Stosz’s stories are captivating and filled with passion and commitment. I highly recommend her book to any leader in any organization and those interested in the US Coast Guard and its professionals.
Read the complete review and all DODReads reviewed books at DODReads.com Reviews (https://dodreads.com/category/book-reviews/)



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