Linda Maye Adams

Soldier, Storyteller Available!


My Desert Storm book is finally out! I honestly didn’t expect this would happen. I knew I wanted to write a book about my experiences even a year after the war. But it was such a difficult subject to talk about that it took almost 25 years before I could actually write about it.

Soldier, Storyteller: A Woman Soldier Goes to War

On August 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. Within twenty-four hours, he controlled the entire country. Five days later, the United States was deploying soldiers and had named the military operation Desert Shield.

This would be the largest deployment of women at the time. Over 40,000 women went to war. It was so new that people questioned whether women should be there, and what would happen to the families they left behind.

Linda Maye Adams was one of those soldiers. Soldier, Storyteller is a rare inside look at war from a woman’s perspective.

Her memoir answers the question: “What was it like?”

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3 Comments

  1. I know you’re so glad to have it finished and out there!

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  2. Carla

    I have a question. Back when you were first deployed (1990 – right?) were women only allowed to do certain tasks (convoys, repairs, administrative jobs)? They weren’t allowed in combat yet, is that right?

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