Thomas T, Fields Jr., author of "I Called Him Grand Dad" and "Desert Burning" will soon begin his third book, "Project Management is a Symphony." Fields first book centered around newly discovered personal papers that identified a person to him that he did not know existed... - August 10, 2011
Thomas T. Fields, Jr, author of "I Called Him Grand Dad. The Lost Political Papaers of Harvey G. Fields" and "Desert Burning. The Story of the Civilians During Operation Desert Storm," will speak at the Union Parish Library on April 26th.
Fields was invited by the Friends of the... - April 07, 2011
Thomas T Fields Jr spoke to the Bernice Business Group about his two recently published books. The most attention was paid to his book on Louisiana Politics, "I Called Him Grand Dad, The Lost Political Papers of Harvey G. Fields" This book was also a subject of a story in the highly respected online news outlet, Digital Journal. - January 24, 2011
Many men and women were either involved in Operation Desert Storm or glued to the television as we watched the war unfold before us. Thomas T. Fields, Jr has penned the novel "Desert Burning" for the 20th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm. We are now approaching the anniversary of the Christmas that was so special to the typical American as the Coalition Troops in Saudi Arabia prepared for war. - November 28, 2010
Harvey G. Fields died in 1961 and for over forty-five years his political papers were hidden away waiting to be discovered. Two years ago the papers came to light and gave new insight into the Huey Long years and the political scenes of the deep south and nation from the early 1920s through the mid 40s. These papers have now been archived at LSU but not before a book was written about Fields and the political history of the nation. "I Called Him Grand Dad" is now published and available. - September 13, 2010
On August 2, 1990 the world was rocked with the message that Kuwait had been invaded by Iraq. For eight months the world held its breath as it prepared for the "mother of all battles." Thomas T. Fields has resurrected the events of that time in this new novel, Desert Burning. - September 08, 2010
On August 2nd 1990, Saddam Hussein's army invaded tiny Kuwait and thus began Gulf War I. Many expatriate civilians were living in Arabia at that time and these Oil Field Workers remained to keep the oil flowing to the free world and at the same time provide support to the troops. This is their story. - August 06, 2010