More Action – FIA 2

I’m working on the next volume of my autobiography…

FIA Again

I’m going to begin from the day I left the SBS and the phone call that changed my life.

I spent over 25 years in the most challenging places on the planet, a lot of hostile places. Many of them conflict zones. I had many adventures, met quite a few interesting people and saw some pretty crazy things.

FIA Again isn’t a bad title either because a lot of my work was taking news crews into war zones and we were often the first media on the ground. On one notable occasion we were a bit too keen and arrived just before the soldiers and the fighting actually started. And there will be some hard truths. I think I’ve found a place I can hide to avoid the lawsuits for a few years!

Unfortunately, my new update of First Into Action is only available in the USA. You will need a VPN even to view the site otherwise you will only see the old version.

The new cover

The updated kindle version of my autobiography First Into Action  available to buy in the USA.

You cannot order it outside of the USA. There was a bit of a mix-up with the publishing rights with regards to territories. Apparently, it will be available to the rest of the world when I publish First Into Action Part 2. Lashings of apologies for this. An annoying error. I’m pressing on with FIA2. Hope to finish by Christmas and publish it in the new year.

5 thoughts on “More Action – FIA 2”

  1. It was at the bars that Duncan Falconer got to learn more about the Americans habits and cultures as well. While working as a bartender and a screenplay writer, Falconer also penned down his autobiography.

  2. Mr Falconer,
    good to hear that…I was expecting an updated version of FIA (i’ve read it a dozen time, i think). For me it’s without any doubts the BEST ever written book about UKSF.
    But this new book about your life after the service looks also very interesting…
    All the best

    1. Hello Frank. I’m enjoying writing the new FIA, which is a good sign. In many ways, my days as a civilian risk manager was more exciting and busier than when I was in SF. That’s because while in the service I spent a lot of that time doing exercises and waiting for things to happen whereas as a civilian, working mostly in conflict zones, every job had the potential for being high risk, which is why I was there.

  3. Hey Duncan, when do you think it will be out? I’ve read First into Action four times, so very excited to hear this!

    1. Hi Darren. I’m only on chapter 3. Working on it diligently! I’m enjoying it. Hope to have it out by end of year. All the best.

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