The Books of
F. Martin Harmon
A veteran journalist and communications professional with over 45 years of writing experience, F. Martin Harmon was most recently public relations director at Georgia’s Roosevelt Warm Springs. For 13 years he handled all communications for the historic rehabilitation facility founded by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1927. Now retired from state service, he continues to write as a free-lance author and historian living in Senoia, Georgia, where he and his wife, Sharon, have resided for the last 20 years.
Previously a sports writer at two Tennessee newspapers (Johnson City Press Chronicle and Nashville Banner) and Sports Information Director at three Division I southern universities (Austin Peay State in Tennessee, Nicholls State in Louisiana, and Georgia State in Atlanta), Harmon was recipient of 16 state or national public relations, marketing, and tourism awards while at Roosevelt Warm Springs.
The author of a self-published fictional novelette in 2000, Miracle at Manassas, he is more recently the author of five published non-fiction books, all of which are featured below. For more on their availability, visit Amazon.com, McFarlandbooks.com, Mercer University Press (mupress.org), or for Long Haul Legacy (only), smc3.com.