Below is a description of the four books we have available for sale. These can be purchased through Amazon by clicking on the link. If you are interested in buying 10 or more of one of the books, please contact me directly for bulk pricing.
A CHiP on my Shoulder – How to Love and Support Your Cop We were so honored when the first edition sold out in early 2017. The updated second edition was released in September of 2017 and is available for purchase now! Praised for its simplicity and encouraging style, this book has received support from law enforcement leaders from all over the United States, counselors, officers and their spouses, chaplains, and even extended family members of peace officers. Written specifically for spouses, yet there are reports that officers enjoy the straightforward style as well.
What Others Say about A CHiP on my Shoulder:
“You saved my marriage!” – California “I just LOVE your book. My LEO is reading it as well and it is so amazing how much it is bringing us together for great conversation to better our relationship.” – Wisconsin “LOVED IT! Oh my gosh…I laughed…I cried…I saw myself in your words.” — Maine “This should be given to all significant others of law enforcement as part of their survival training.” — Arizona
A Marriage in Progress – Tactical Support for Law Enforcement Relationships. The law enforcement training manual for off-duty life. Written specifically to and for officers, Victoria looks at relationships through principles and examples of police training and culture. It includes positive perspectives, real stories, encouragement, practical tools, and personal examples for how to improve your personal life as a member of law enforcement. Over 1,000 police family members spoke into this book.
What others Say about A Marriage in Progress:
“This book covers more ground than anything available today.” – Oklahoma “Knocks it out of the park!”– California “An unparalleled tool” – Tennessee “She tells it like it is and doesn’t pull punches” – Texas “Takes us to a place where we can walk it through” – California “Nuggets of pure gold wisdom in a down-to-earth, true-to-life, completely genuine way” – Virginia “Relevant, relational and resourceful” – Georgia “It could save not only marriages, but lives” – Pennsylvania “One of the best police family resource books I’ve ever read!” – National Police Wives Association
Selfish Prayer. This book documents the journey of a Medevac unit in Afghanistan in 2009 and beyond. Co-written by Victoria and a California National Guard Silver Star recipient/retired police officer, the book ventures into the actions, thoughts and emotions of a warrior. Thought-provoking reading for Military, Police, Fire, Rescue, and Medical Personnel, and their families.
This is the untold story of DUSTOFF - a company of National Guard lifesavers dedicated to a mission that moved beyond the bounds of deployment, and outside the borders of Afghanistan. By recruiting civilian paramedics from the west coast, the 168th GSAB Medevac Company set out to prove their training model could save more lives of wounded soldiers than flight medics trained to the Army standard. Through eyewitness accounts of bloody battles, hoists into dangerous terrain under fire, and investing themselves to sheer exhaustion, they had one goal: bring our soldiers home alive. The Army's documented results were staggering. The mortality rate of American, Coalition and civilian patients was cut in half while they were in theater. After they departed Afghanistan, it rose 50% to where it was before. Returning home from deployment, their battle continued.
Dependence Day – Ladd Paulson is Marine and a decorated motor officer dedicated to serving and protecting along the thin blue line. One night on patrol, a pickup truck going more than fifty miles per hour slammed into him during a routine car stop. Ladd was thrown onto the hood, and within seconds, the pickup crashed into a light pole. He landed in a parking lot, suffering multiple fractures and internal injuries. Ladd survived, but the miracles do not stop there. Dependence Day is the true story of Ladd's recovery, written by the woman who loves him most- his wife Heidi.
Although each day he battles significant pain and limitations due to his injuries, Ladd misses wearing the uniform and is determined to continue to serve his community and his law enforcement family.