Tanya Biank is an author and a journalist. Her book, Army Wives, is the basis for Lifetime's hit series, Army Wives, and she serves as a consultant to the show. Tanya is the daughter, sister, and wife of Army colonels, and during her days as a newspaper reporter she traveled around the world with troops. Her coverage of the Fort Bragg Army wife murders in 2002 led to congressional inquiries and changes in Army policy. Her work has appeared in a number of publications, including The New York Times.
"Tanya Biank's Undaunted is a fascinating, eye-opening account of the women in uniform who put their lives on the line every day for the sake of their nation." --W. E. B. Griffin, author of Black Ops
"Biank analyzes the increasingly important role played by women in the military...An eye-opening account of a military in transition."--Kirkus Reviews "These engaging glimpses into the life of military women are more than worth reading."--Publishers Weekly "Undaunted expertly captures the struggle women face in the rapidly changing 21st century military. If you have ever wondered what it takes for women service members to 'be all they can be, ' you must read this book." --Siobhan Fallon, author You Know When the Men Are Gone