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Thanksgiving 2015

I saw a post on Facebook and it was a brief look at what the poster was thankful for this year.  It gave me pause. I wondered, “Should I do that?”  It has always seemed silly to me that we only acknowledge what we’re thankful for on a given day in the year. Shouldn’t we be thankful for our blessings ...

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Above Dirt

The Above Dirt collection of stories and life lessons will also help you to be inspired! Read the stories and you will have a greater appreciation of the blessings you have and challenges you face. Use them to do more, to be more! The lessons are enduring. Above Dirt will have you thinking about your life, your goals, and your ...

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Sometimes No Decision is “No”

Have you ever asked someone a question and had them answer, “I don’t know,”?  Of course you have, and sometimes that the correct answer.  If you ask them a question regarding a piece of knowledge or information that they don’t possess, then the correct answer for them to give you is, “I don’t know.”  However, if the question is about ...

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Father to Son: Guidance in Following the Straight & Narrow

“Father to Son” is an instruction manual for sons on how to live life with honor, dignity, and integrity. It covers subjects across the spectrum from how to to treat people (well), to when to fight (when there’s no alternative), and what to think about money (it’s necessary, but not the end-all). While it takes a decidedly 21st century approach ...

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Stuff In The Basement

Since I broke my elliptical awhile back (apparently, putting over 2,500 miles on it in a year will break it), I have been using the treadmill (that still works).  In front of it, hung on the wall, is a 30-something inch flat screen television with a built in DVD player.  For entertainment while I’m walking on the treadmill (with the ...

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Surviving the Zombies: Things the CDC Didn't Know

Mr. Borelli provides an intriguing epidemiological study of zombies ranging from 60,000 BC to present times drawing some startling conclusions and links to known historical events along the way. Included are previously unreported (or covered-up) zombie outbreaks, as well as information about the current zombie pandemic, and the various ways zombies are created. He pays particular attention to illustrating what ...

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Personal Disaster Planning Handbook

Based on experience and knowledge gained during his thirty-plus years of service in uniform, the author prepared this Personal Disaster Planning Handbook to offer basic guidance. This handbook addresses emergency preparedness at home, and in a redundant, layered approach if you are required-by law or circumstance-to leave your home. The first sections address the various layers, beginning with you, followed ...

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American Thinking

American Thinking is a collection of Frank Borelli's writings on a wide range of topics: the nature of being an American and the service-orientated nature of patriotism; the training necessary to so serve; the kinds of threats that we will need to address as patriots; the equipment (including mental equipment) we need; and a close look at the threat that ...

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American Thinking II

American Thinking II is an anthology of Frank Borelli's work for the law enforcement & military communities, producing articles about motivation, common sense, service to our country and more. Kindle Edition $9.99 Nook Edition $9.99

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A Cop's Nightmare: Cloning The Ancients

A Cop's Nightmare: Cloning the Ancients is a sci-fi detective thriller unlike anything else. When Morgan Blackwell is involved in two shootings in two days, he begins an odyssey into the world of ancient religions and cultures, both interwoven with modern day battlefield efforts. Looking for a friend who might help him unravel the mystery that seems to grow daily, ...

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A Cop's Nightmare 2: Vampires in the Old West

"A Cop's Nightmare 2: Vampires In The Old West" pits Morgan Blackwell and his best friend, Chuck Bendetti, against a conspiracy to recreate the state of Colorado as a "pure" vampire region. Traveling back to the 1860s, Morgan and Chuck find themselves pitted against a full team of vamp-clones, sent back to further the success of the conspiracy. As Morgan ...

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About Frank Borelli

Frank began his law enforcement career as a Military Police Officer in the United States Army. At the age of four he had declared his desire to become a police officer.  In junior high school he admitted his desire to be a writer.  Just prior to enlisting in the army he knew he wanted to become a police trainer.  Along with having a family, those were his goals.

Having begun his law enforcement career as an MP, and upon receiving his first Honorable Discharge, Frank became a civilian police officer. His 30+ year career includes assignments in patrol, training, youth services, investigations, task force assignments, administration and more. In 1989 Frank become a certified police instructor and had, at that point, made two of his goals come true.

In addition to his police and military service, Frank began a writing career in 1999, finalizing (or actually just beginning) his third goal. With several hundred articles now published internationally, eight books and two research papers published (so far), Frank is the Editorial Director for the SouthComm Law Enforcement Media team which runs, Law Enforcement Technology magazine and Law Enforcement Product News magazine.

Having made all three of his career goals a reality by the age of 35, and demonstrating a positive, motivated lifestyle, Frank was approached by several friends and work mates to become a motivational speaker.  Having been the keynote speaker at several professional police events and having produced, with Steve Forgues, a book about motivational thoughts and philosophies (Above Dirt), Frank finally kicked off a motivational teacher/coach/speaker career.  If you’d like Frank to speak at one of your events, send an email to

And last, but far from least, in 2015 Frank and his wife, Debbie, launched a non-profit (501(c)(3) public charity) organization called Patriotic Jeeps Supporting Public Safety, Inc., or Patriotic Jeeps for short.  Patriotic Jeeps is an organization that leverages the Jeep owning social community to raise funds for public safety entities in need.  For information about it, to donate, to buy products, etc., please visit