Inside: The ultimate guide of books written by military spouses and includes books about military life, fiction and informative guides. If you are looking for a good book to read, check out these incredible titles written by and for military spouses.
As a military spouse and published author, I am always looking out for fellow military spouses who are also writing books. The more I looked into it, the more I was amazed by the depth of talent in our community!
Military spouses have published books on a variety of topics. Of course there are many about military life. But there are also romances, suspense, practical how-to books, travel guides, and journals. If you are looking for a good book to read, check out these incredible titles written by and for military spouses.
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Books written by military spouses about military life.
- Modern Military Spouse, by J.D. Collins, Lauren Tamm, and Jo, My Gosh
- Confessions of a Military Wife, by Mollie Gross
- Stories around the Table, by various authors.
- Behind the Scenes, by Cara Loken and others
- No Man’s War, the irreverent confessions of an infantry wife, by Angela Rickets:
- Sacred Spaces, by Corie Weathers
- 15 Years of War, by Kristine Schellhass
- You are not Alone, by Jen McDonald
- Journey Through Deployment, by Kathryn Sneed
- Spouse Calls, by Terri Barnes
- Be Safe, Love Mom, by Elaine Brye
- Life, Recalculated by Denise Rivera
- The War at Home, by Rachel Starnes
- Heroes at Home, by Ellie Kay
- Dinner with the Smileys, by Sarah Smiley
- 1001 Things to love about military life, by Crooks, Henderson, Hightower, and Scherer
- Faith Deployed, and Faith Deployed Again, by Jocelyn Green
- Finding Joy, by Hope Griffin
- Standing By, by Alison Buckholtz
- I Love a Man in Uniform, by Lily Burana
- Sleeping with the War, by Melissa Comeau
- Journey of a Military Wife, by Brenda Pace. This 4-part series is Bible reflections for different moments of military life. Military base chaplains often have free copies.
- Surviving Deployment and Life After Deployment, by Karen Pavlicin
- Confessions of a Tired Veteran Spouse Caregiver, by Ciera Lin Adams
- You know when the Men are Gone, by Siobhan Fallon
- Got Your Six: a journal for military spouses, by Megan Casper and Alana Le
- Signature Strengths of Military Families, by Jacey Eckhart
- Homefront Club: the Hardheaded Woman’s Guide to Raising a Military Family, by Jacey Eckhart
- Heart of a Hawk and Surviving the Folded Flag: Deborah Tainsh
- Military Spouse Journey: Holly Scherer and Katie Hightower
Fiction books written by military spouses.
- Kim Mills: The Way Home series
- Kerri-Leigh Grady: The Right Kind of Guy (What Happens in Vegas)
- Jamie Farrell: Her Rebel Heart, Misfit Brides, Mr. Good Enough
- Chanel Cleeton: The Wild Aces Romance trilogy, Capital Confessions
- Andria Williams: The Longest Night
- Jamison Stone: Rune of the Apprentice
- Krys Adams: Crown of Roses
- Stacey Reynolds: The O’Brien Tales series
- Katie Foley: Faith in Uniform series
- Marla Bautista: My Thoughts Abandoned (Poetry)
- Jodie Bailey: Love Inspired Suspense, Quilts of Love series
- Geri Krotow: Navy Rules, the Coltons of Shadow Creek, The Bayou Bachelors. A Navy Academy graduate, Geri donates copies of her books to military spouses.
- Rebecca Yarros: Eyes Turned Skyward and countless more.
Informative guide books written by military spouses.
- Right Side Up, by Judy Davis
- The Military Guide to Financial Independence and Retirement, by Doug Nordman. Free copies may be available at your base library or Family Support Center.
- Mommy Retailing, by Lakesha Cole
- The Laundry List, by Rachel Brenke
- Mission Entrepreneur, by Jen Griswold
- S.M.A.R.T. Goals for Christian Entrepreneurs, by Trista Laborn
- Talk to the Teacher, by Meg Flanagan
- Seasons of My Military Student, by Amanda Trimillos and Stacy Allsbrook-Huisman
- Breathing Room: Letting Go so you can Fully Live, by Leeana Tankersley
- Loving Your Life: 7 Steps for Military Wives, by Dr. Dorothy Bonvillain
- Welcome to Rota, by Lizann Lightfoot
- Welcome to Yokosuka, by Ciara Skiles
- The Warrior’s Bride: Biblical Strategies to help the military spouse thrive, by Kathy Barnett and Carrie Daws
- Past Partum, From Shattered to Sane, by Lauren Cecora
- How to be Your Husband’s Other Woman, by J. M. Medellin
- Hello Rosie planner for military spouses
- The Sharing Journal by Alexa Grace Simmons
Want more on military life?
- 25 Best Deployment Resources for Military Spouses
- 12+ Books for Military Kids During Deployment
- The Real Reason Being a Military Wife Is So Hard
- To My Military Spouse Friends…You’ll Never Know
What a great compilation! I’m excited to share this with other milspouses. And thank you so much for including my book!
There are so many more who write fiction that can be added to this list, myself included, but also: Jessica Scott, Alyssa Day, Caro Carson, and Nika Rhone. Several of us have even been featured in Military Spouse’s Book Club. If you’re looking for books written by military authors or spouses, check it out.
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