Maxine Flam


Maxine Flam has been a guest columnist for the Los Angeles Daily News since 1999 writing about issues that affects primarily the Veterans of America. She has also been published on

She has an Associates of Arts Degree from Los Angeles Valley College and was on the Los Angeles Valley College and California State University Northridge Speech Teams winning numerous trophies and awards for her speeches.

Maxine has been involved with veteran organizations since her father’s death in 1995. She is on the Board of Directors of “Veterans for Constitutional Law Ltd.” and formerly on the Board of Directors of “The Veterans Advisory Board. She is a member of the Firebase Network and an Associate Member of the 5th Armored Division. Maxine has been an outspoken veteran’s rights advocate on television, radio and in newspaper editorials.

Unglorious War is her first novel. Unglorious War was nominated for a 2011 Global E-Book Award in the Romance Fiction Category. Maxine is currently writing a sequel to Unglorious War, the screenplay to Unglorious War and writing a western romance novel which is yet untitled.

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Smashwords Interview

How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
It has been the most successful of the places where I sell my ebook.
What are you working on next?
I have a romance that takes place in the late 1870s, a sequel to Unglorious War, and an idea for a novella.
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Where to find Maxine Flam online

Where to buy in print


Unglorious War
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 89,340. Language: English. Published: March 12, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
A historical based romance novel between a wounded ex-POW Special Forces Officer and a Navy Nurse during the Vietnam War. Share their passion, share their love, share their struggle, as they begin to doubt the decisions they have made by being career military service personnel during a controversial time in American history.

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