Episode 21

Published on:

12th May 2023

The Fall of Faith by Jeff Barney

Great conversation with Jeff to discuss his latest novel, "Fall from Faith." We also discussed the motivation and process he went to to self-publish his books. 

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Author Ecke
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Have you ever thought about writing your first book? After writing my first novel, I wanted to uncover how other authors went from an idea to a published book. Hopefully, you can find the motivation to take your idea to a printed book. We are here to motivate you; once you publish it, we can have you on the Author Eche. Tell Us Your Story.

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Travis Davis

Travis is the author of thrillers Flames of Deception and Cobalt: The Rise and Fall of the Great Reset. He is also the author of One of Four: World War One Through the Eyes of an Unknown Soldier. Travis is An Air Force Brat who grew up in Arkansas, Spain, New York, and California. He joined the US Army at 17 years old as an Armored Reconnaissance Specialist and was stationed in the various forts in the United States and Germany, where he met his beautiful wife. During his three tours in Germany, he conducted hundreds of border patrols along the East-West German border and Czechoslovakia-West German border. Where he saw first-hand communism and its oppression of its citizens, he retired from the US Army, where his last duty assignment was as Assistant Operations Sergeant of the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Polk, Louisiana. He is a lifetime member of the Sergeant Morales Club and received multiple awards, including the Meritorious Service Medal.
When he is not writing or working, Travis enjoys exercising, traveling (he loves a good road trip), baking different loaves of bread, and just relaxing in his backyard with friends and family while having a cold beer. He currently lives in Allen, Texas, with his wife of 36 years; he has three adult children: two daughters living in Arkansas, one son living in Northern Virginia, and eight wonderful grandchildren.

“Travis never met a stranger,” his wife always says.