100% of all pre-sale royalties for A Face on the Flag will be given to support groups for veterans:  Veteran Service organization, charities and foundations.



By purchasing this book now you receive your hard copy by the end of November, in time for Christmas!

Even better, your pre-sale purchase will make a generous contribution to a veteran group (see examples on the Charties page!)

Kevin Horgan, Lloyd Knight of VETLANTA, John Tien of Citigroup, and Scott Luton our host.

Scott Luton, Kevin, and Tyler Bowser, February 2020.



 Host: Max Latimer


 Dads join the community of Dads sharing   stories and challenges in all areas of their   lives.

 Interview with Kevin Horgan (Dad #6) on           The 3 Keys to be Worthy of Fatherhood

VETLANTA is a club operated exclusively for veteran social and business networking and community service purposes.

Our mission is to make Atlanta the premier community in the country for veterans and their families to work and live.

Our purpose is to help veterans.

We make Atlanta better by making those that serve Atlanta’s military community better.

VETS-TALK, co-sponsored by VETLANTA and KPMG LLP, is a web-based platform for veterans, military family members and veteran allies to share short, impactful stories with the veteran community. Real People. Real Stories.


 Click here to listen to Kevin Horgan’s story.

You’re not going to make it!




A blog by Marines for Marines giving transitioning advice through stories and experiences to veterans who are navigating a new environment.  Over ten different contributors.  If you want to make your own written contribution, email Kevin.  Free blog and quick, fun, informative reading.



A blog that reviews politics and our culture, the American culture which is still unformed, “inchoate.”  The first 35 articles are dialogue only, using a fictional character meteoric rise in politics to assail the swamp.  Most recently the topics are a discussion on current events.  All opinions are my own.




Kevin Horgan with Raeanna Duck, former Army medic, supporting the Kennesaw State University Veterans outreach at Barnes & Noble Prado, Marietta, GA.

The author and SSgt Lisa Bieler, commander of US Army recruiting in Roswell, GA, at the first Barnes & Noble book signing,

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Photo from Barnes & Noble Northpoint Mall, Alpharetta.  Jaren Lee and his dad were my first customers that day, and we sold over 100 books there!

Kevin Horgan with bestselling author Karen White, at the Barnes & Noble Alpharetta on Saturday, June 18, 2016.

Compelling New Xulon Historical Novel Supports Veterans

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Horgan enlightens readers with a remarkable footnote in history.

The March of the Orphans – And The Battle of Stones River

All Kentucky regiments who fought for the confederacy were known as “orphans”


Roswell, GA (PRWEB)August 12, 2015

Within the pages of Kevin Horgan’s new book, The March of the Orphans, ($15.99, paperback, 9781498441858; $7.99, e-book, 9781498441865) readers will learn about one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War: the Battle of Stones River. This battle was almost fought to a draw, except for the arrogance of General Braxton Bragg, CSA, who forced one last rebel attack ¬– the Confederates were routed by a superior Union Army on January 2, 1863. The lead element of this ill-fated attack was the “Orphan Brigade” of Kentucky, led by former vice president of the United States, Major General John Breckinridge.

“All Kentucky regiments who fought for the confederacy were known as “orphans,” as both the USA and CSA had a star on its respective flag claiming the allegiance of the state,” states the author. “This historical novel traces the movement of one such regiment, from the eyes of a small unit of Rebels, orphans in every respect.”

Kevin Horgan is a former USMC infantry officer, serving from 1979 to 1984. His first novel, The March of the 18th, was nominated as a Georgia Author of the Year in the First Novel category. He is generously donating half of all royalties to charities for wounded veterans.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order The March of the Orphans through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

Media Contact: Kevin Horgan
Email: kevin(at)kevinhorganbooks(dot)com
Website: http://www.kevinhorganbooks.com

New Xulon Title Charitably Gives Back to Those Who Gave it All

Horgan highlights the invaluable sacrifices of U.S. Civil War heroes
MAITLAND, FL June 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ – Kevin Horgan’s new book, The March of the 18th, A Story of Crippled Heroes in the Civil War ($15.49 paperback 978-1-62697-140-0) is a historical novel that embraces the true movements of the 18th Veterans’  Reserve Corp. The author focuses on vividly showing the struggle of soldiers, whose sacrifice of limbs and independence made their continued service more profound and meaningful.

“This book will inspire all and pay tribute to our wounded veterans, past and present, “states the author. I believe the invalid soldier is a living monument to our freedom, and the true events of the 18th Veterans’ Reserve Corps will spark a greater interest in Civil War history.”


Kevin Horgan pays tribute to Veterans!

by Susan Larson
Senior News, Serving ATLANTA and Suburban Areas

Thank you so very much for your continued support!  Please consider taking a few minutes to write a review on Amazon.

THANK YOU to all friends of The March of the 18th, which was nominated as a 2013 Georgia Author of the Year, First Novel category… We didn’t win, but the notice is appreciated!