Blog Tour de Troops

*** Comments close tonight, May 30th, at midnight PST.***

Welcome to the Blog Tour de Troops! The stop before mine is at Amber Scott’s blog and the next stop is Jennifer Provost’s blog. But first, hang with me and get your free e-book of my urban fantasy/ paranormal romance novelette series Day of Sacrifice Vol. 1-3!

Each unique commenter will receive a copy of DoS Vol. 1-3 and one for a troop, as well as one entry into the drawing to win a Kindle!  Please remember to leave an e-mail address along with your comment so that I can get your book to you.

If you have a specific troop that you’d like for me to send DoS Vol.1-3 to, make note of it in your comment and I’ll e-mail you for their e-mail address.

But wait, there’s more! Each commenter will also receive a coupon code for my new book of humorous essays – The Toilet Business. Regularly priced at $3.50, the coupon code will allow you to purchase it for only 99 cents!

To read reviews of the Day of Sacrifice series, please check out Book Noise – my Blog Tour de Troops sponsor.

The theme for our Blog Tour de Troops posts is gratitude.

I have so many things to be grateful for: my wonderful family and friends, my writing career, the people who read my books, my life.

I recently got into a fairly bad car accident.  I was rear ended and the person who hit me was going pretty fast.  Their truck drove inside of my van.

I can’t tell you how grateful I am that my husband and kids weren’t in the van with me and that the four kids in the other guy’s truck were unharmed.  It all could’ve turned out so much worse.

I’ve been running through a lot of What if? scenarios in my head.

What if I’d been driving our other much smaller car instead?

What if I’d had my friend’s son with me?  His car seat is all the way in the back and…

What if I’d run the stoplight? Should I have just run the stupid stoplight?!?

Thinking like that doesn’t do me any good, though.

So, to guide my mind away from going there, I’ve been doing a lot of reading.  Good escapist stuff – Western historical romances, contemporary romance, light, fun YA.

That’s what I hope giving away all these great e-books and kindles will do for our troops and their friends and family back home.  Sometimes it’s good to not have to go there for a little while.

I can only imagine the stress that all of you are under and I thank you for your sacrifice.  If my books can help take your minds off of things for a time, I’m happy for it.

Many thanks to you and much gratitude for all of you this Memorial Day.


204 thoughts on “Blog Tour de Troops

  1. hi Stacey! thanks for being gracious and for your support of the troops stationed all over the world. i’m not American but my country has very close ties with the United States. i don’t have any idea which troop to send a copy to. please send it to anyone and everyone you would want to for me. c”,)


  2. I love reading to just get away. Some of the worlds I have been to lately haven’t been much than reality tho. I recently read The Hunger Games, and wow that trilogy sure did give the mind a workout. I wouldn’t give up my Nook for anything tho.

    Have a great weekend

  3. Stacey,

    I understand what you mean about being grateful and those ‘what-if’ scenarios. My wife recently had a bad grill accident (grill went out when closed and popped back on creating a fireball when she opened).

    Fortunately, she only burned off some hair and singed a small portion of her. What she was holding our baby like she normally does while on the grill? What if she leaned a little further in?

    What if is a dangerous question. Better to just think, “thankfully, it’s okay now”.

    -Jeremy Rodden

  4. Hi Stacey! I am grateful for all of my friends and family. In light of the recent tornado activity in Oklahoma (where I live) I am even more grateful that none of my family and friends were hurt. Some lost their homes but I think everything will work out fine. I am proud of the way Oklahoma comes together during an event like this and I am grateful that I live here with all of these great people!

    I can’t wait to read your books. Thanks for doing this and supporting the troops.

  5. I guess I’ll follow up with more gratitude in the comments. 🙂

    I don’t really have any life-altering thing to be grateful for, so I will be grateful for all my friends and family who support my knitting and crochet hobby, which I hope to be able to use to sell things someday.

  6. Stacey I’m so glad that you weren’t hurt in that accident. I think it’s only natural to have “what if” feelings when you survive something like that.
    Beautiful post. Our soldiers definitely need an escape from reality even if it’s only for a few hours. I can’t wait to see how many ebooks are gifted to them! Thank you for your generosity!


  7. Hi Stacey!

    Your book sounds awesome! First, I want to thank you for doing this wonderful thing for the troops! You are a generous soul, as is every author on this blog tour.

    So sorry to hear about your accident, sounds like you had an angel in the vehicle with you that day to prevent even worse injuries.

    Your books sound awesome, especially DoS books. And I love the title The Toilet Business! Hilarious.

  8. I’m so glad to hear that you are alright and no one was hurt in the car accident. As a mother of 5, getting in an accident with them in the car is one of my worst nightmares.

    Thanks for participating in this awesome project! I think it’s wonderful that you are giving our soldiers a free copy of your book…and me too! I love to read and look forward to reading your story. God bless America!

  9. I am sorry to hear about your car accident. I lost my sister to one when I was a teen. It taught me to never take anyone I love for granted.

  10. So many things to be grateful for it’s hard to say where to start. My honey’s business took a nose dive a little over a year ago yet we’ve still been able to make ends meet and have a roof over our heads, my son recently married a beautiful young woman that makes him happy, everyone I love is healthy, my neice recently married a marine on his second tour and he is safe and sound. As I said, so much to be grateful for.

  11. Yay, loving this blog tour – what a great idea! And, oh! I started reading The Toilet Business last night, having so much fun 🙂 Not that I’m laughing at your jobs or anything… *giggle*

  12. so glad to hear you weren’t hurt in the accident. i always turn to books (other people’s books) when I need to clear my head or just not think too much…one of the reasons I’m excited about the Blog Tour de Troops. I’m longing to fill my brand new Kindle with indie books! Good luck with your writing and thanks for doing this!

    livedreamwritejc at gmail com

  13. I am so sorry to hear of your accident. I definitely know how those “what if” scenarios go. On April 22, I missed the tornado that hit St. Louis by 2 blocks. Our tornado sirens go off all of the time around here and I did not pay any attention to the because the weather did not seem THAT bad. I never told my kids to go to the basement and I had the front door wide open. Thankfully we were ok, but some of the houses in my subdivision have been condemned. As I picked pieces of insulation from other houses off my my home and cars and realized just how close we really were, I realized how grateful I am that my kids were ok and that nobody was hurt in the storm. My heart is breaking for the people affected by the storm in Joplin and the rest of the county who have experienced loss of life. Thank you for supporting the troops. I look forward to reading your book.

    carolewooten at sbcglobal dot net

    1. Carole, I totally get it. I’m from Columbia, MO and I grew up watching for tornadoes across the field behind our house from the screened in porch. You get really used to the crazy spring weather and don’t think much of it. I think that’s what is so sad about Joplin – so many people caught in stores or not able to get to a basement in time.
      I’m glad your family is safe!!

  14. Stacey,

    I know what you mean about thinking of all the “what ifs” after your accident. I did the same thing after mine. I think its natural. Just focus on the gratitude that it turned out the way it did. That gratitude is the gift we give back to the universe.

    I would like my book for a troop member to go to Private Zacheriah Schaneberger. I’m in the process of getting his email address and will get it to you later.

    Thanks for doing this.

  15. Stacey,

    Thank God you’re all right. Thank God the kids were too! Thank you for sending a book to the soldiers – they could definitely use an escape. I use books for the same reason and I’m grateful there are so many storytellers out there to help me with that escapism. Gratitude is so important, not just for gifts received, but also daily life.

    Thanks for your efforts!


  16. I purchased Days of Sacrifice earlier this month to be a part of my summer reading. I am grateful everyday for all the blessings in my life. I am a blessed wife, mother, teacher, youth pastor, daughter, sister,etc. Since I love to read I am grateful that when I was in first grade my teacher noticed I was having difficulty in reading and got me the extra help. By fourth grade I was reading wonderful chapter books and discovered a whole new way to escape my everyday world and enter the world of written words. I will be forever grateful for that.

  17. Stacey,

    Thanks for this great way to support our troops 🙂
    I can unserstand that feeling of ‘WHAT IF”. I had an accident where a Semi hit me and normaly my daughter would have been in the seat next to where the Truck hit me. It really puts everything in perspective.
    Thanks again, can’t wait to read your book 🙂


  18. Stacey,

    How awesome that you’re participating in this event. I’m sorry you were injured in the car accident but glad you’re okay. And I totally understand the reading for escapism. I have no particular soldier to identify, so please donate a book to any soldier serving.



  19. Stacey,

    I LOVE this blog tour – what a fantastic idea! I can think of nothing kinder to give a troop than a delicious escape into a fabulous new world! LOVE what you’re doing here and am GRATEFUL that I can participate in this way!! 🙂
    Email: – look forward to reading Day of Silence and becoming part of your readership! 🙂

    xo Cara

  20. I’m grateful everyday for generous authors like you! Without you guys, our troops would have nothing to look forward to. At least with your books they can find an escape even for a little while. Thank you so much!


  21. Hi Stacey,
    I know one shouldn’t what if oneself too much (easier said than done) – I’m glad for you that things turned out much better than any imagined scenario and thank you for your salute to the troops via this blog tour. I can’t wait to read your book! TFS!
    pam_lash at yahoo dot com

  22. Hi Stacey,

    As I also love to read to take “mini vacations” I think this is a wonderful that you are all doing! I have many family members who have served and my best friend is currently in Iraq. Since he is not one to read I trust you to find a soul out there who will enjoy a great book!!

  23. I love these blog tours, its always exciting to meet new authors, and get new books! Plus this time, there’s a good cause to be supported!

  24. Stacey,
    I can completely connect with your post; I’ve had those “what if” moments myself. I’m so glad you and your family are okay!

    Good luck with the tour de troops and with your writing.

  25. This morning I am spending some time traveling the Blog Tour de Troops. You are a new author to me and I am so excited to read your work. I have signed up for your email / blog and facebook. I really got pumped after going to Amber’s site and finding a song and now my entire household is walking around humming Proud to be an American. We have so much to be grateful for, I know we complain about all the bumps that come along each of our own life paths, but we have folks fighting for us and allowing us to make make our own choices on how we meet these challenges. Thank you for supporting the troops and being so incredibly generous in sharing your work with us readers.

  26. That sounds so scary and I am so guilty of playing “What if” after traumatic events myself, so I totally understand the “escape” into a good book therapy.

    I don’t have a particular unit/soldier to send to, so send to anyone of them.

    dreamsgate at clearwire dot net

  27. Hi Stacy! Stopping by to show my support for the troops :o)I’m grateful for them, as well as my husband who served. Much respect to our military and veterans!

    kelli (dot) mccracken (at) gmail (dot) come

  28. Reading does help one to escape reality if only for a short while 🙂 I don’t have a specific troop to send to so please select one for me.


    JaidisShaw at yahoo dot com

  29. Thanks for showing your support for our troops. I know that all these books will help while away the hours away from home and family.

  30. Books are one of my favorite ways to escape the unpleasant parts of life. This is a really wonderful way to support the troops!!

    The “what ifs” are definitely mind blowing, and you’re right, it never helps to go there. I hope you’re doing well!

  31. Stacey –

    Thank you for donating to the troops! My best friend’s brothers both came home earlier this year, and these free books really do give them a way to escape reality (if only for a few hours). Please donate to someone of your choosing!


  32. Stacey,

    I am thankful you were not more seriously injured and also glad the “what if’s” scenario’s never happened!!! Thank you so much for what you are doing to help support our troops. As a proud momma of an Infantryman, THANK YOU!

  33. Stacey, I can tell you really “get it” in that our service members dealing with day to day combat roles, or just the training and long hours when back home, need to think and focus about something else from time to time. Usually you find these guys and gals watching the same comedy movies over and over again; the power of laughter at work! But, they also love fantasy, scifi, and thrillers. So THANK YOU for participating in the blog tour and giving so freely of yourself.

  34. I always play the waht if game….it can make you crazy though haha, Thank goodness you were alone and nobody was injured!!! I can’t wait to read your book I am always looking for new authors!!!

  35. What a frightening accident. You deserve some time in the fantasy world of a book or two…or thirty. And you’re right, so do our troops. I look forward to reading your books and glad to get to know you as a fellow blog tour participant.

  36. So glad that you weren’t hurt in the accident and that everyone else was okay too! I think everyone needs an escape from reality sometimes . . . especially our troops. I think it’s wonderful what you and the other authors are doing for them!


  37. So glad you are recovering and no one was hurt too badly! Keep writing… your experience may make a good addition to a manuscript someday!

  38. OMGSH! Just reading about your accident makes my heart pound and stomach churn. I’m glad you’re ok! I can’t wait to read your book… sounds right up my alley! Bless you for being part of this.


  39. Hi Stacey,
    Thank you for supporting our military troops in this ingenious manner.
    I am grateful that recently I was able to spend a week reuniting with family, something I know every member of the military has at the top of their wish-list.
    gbaugniet at aol dot com

  40. All of the authors participating are doing such a wonderful thing for the troops overseas. My cousin has gone over 3 times and I’m glad he has come back unharmed each time.


  41. I’m grateful that my son is back home safe. He is in the infantry and just returned from Afghanistan. He was over in one of the worst places and involved in hundreds of firefights.

    We have him home for leave until June 10th and we’re giving him lots of attention and love.

    todd at orting dot com

  42. First off thanks for taking the time on your holiday weekend to do this for the troops and for all of us readers as well. I am glad to hear that everyone was ok in the accident.I can’t wait to read your book and all the others we get during this weekend. Thank you and Thank you to all of the troops and there families who sacrifice everyday for us to live as we do

  43. Thank you so much for supporting our troops in this blog tour give away. I feel so blessed to participate! I look forward to reading your book.

  44. I’m grateful for my health and for the health of my loved ones. I’m grateful for my new job in which I truly feel I’ll be able to make a difference for others. And finally, I’m grateful for those who are willing to risk their lives for our country – as imperfect as it is, it is still the best one on the planet!

  45. Well, as a blogger, a Soldier myself, and a proud American, I want to thank YOU all for what you are doing here! This is so awesome of you!

    Please pass on my thanks to the others participating in this with you all. I am truly impressed!

  46. Your books look very good. Love this giveaway, mainly because of the troops that all of you are thinking of. Thankful that you and the other car occupants were not seriously hurt:)


  47. Right now, in my life, I am grateful for everyone who has come into life. I believe everyone is in or out of your life for a reason. You learn different things from different people. I am also grateful for our troops and the authors who are doing this for them. Thank you so much.

  48. Hi Stacey, I wish you all the success on the blog tour. It’s great that you are participating and giving eBooks to a troop member as well as to commenter’s. What a wonderful idea. My husband is retired USN 24 years active, our oldest son is in the Air Force, and is coming up on 14 years. We enjoy our blogging in part for the freedom we have been given to do so by our great military force protecting our country. My greatest respect goes out to all our troops!

    ~Virginia Wright

  49. Thank you so much to everyone that commented so far today!
    I got my previously smushed van back and she looks awesome. 🙂 Things are looking up.
    I’m off to eat dinner with the family and watch some Narnia, but please keep commenting on all the blogs in the tour all weekend long. We’ve given away over 700 books to our troops today. So proud of the Indie Book Collective and this awesome event. Giving back to our troops has really been a wonderful experience for me.

  50. 700 books so far is wonderful. You are all doing such a great job. It nice that the soldiers know we are all thinking of them. The books will help them escape reality even for a few minutes is worth it.

  51. What a truely wonderful way to show our troops how grateful we are for providing a service to their country. I look forward to reading your book.


  52. I am grateful for this Tour! I love getting free books as I’m always looking for new authors to discover! But even more than that, I am grateful that ebooks will be sent to our soldiers! I grew up a Navy brat (my dad was in for 12 years) and moved all over the country. I am so grateful for that experience of being around so many races, cultures and creeds. Because of that, my sister & I pretty much grew up without prejudice. I am so grateful for that!

    I don’t have a specific soldier to designate a book to. Just someone who loves to read!

    missyebookmail at mediacombb dot net

  53. I can’t believe how truly generous all you authors are, giving your works for free. And for such a good cause… You are all amazing ‘ I feel great knowing a soldier will receive a great book!

  54. Stacey, WOW, “what if” becomes more than intellectual bs with an experience like your accident.

    After reading your post, I’m really excited to be reading your ebook.

    Thanks for sharing with those who serve.

    saragillispie (at) ymail (dot) com

  55. So glad you survived that horrible accident and thatmyour family wasn’t in the van.
    Thanks for your generosity in sharing your books!

    Bmcbroom AT

  56. I’m grateful to have so many great American friends 😀 May your soldiers all go home safe and sounds.


  57. WOW! I can’t even imagine all the what-if’s in that situation! I’m so glad nobody was hurt!

    Thank you so much for participating in this promotion!

    romanceaholic at gmail dot com 🙂

  58. I am grateful for those that give back to our country, and for being born in the USA which allows so many opportunities if you will simply take hold. Thanks for supporting our troops

  59. As an ex-Navy member, a wife of an ex-Navy SEAL and mother of an ex-Army member, this is a wonderful thing to do. I am an indie author but my book is being edited so not done in time to join this blog tour, but I wish much success to everyone.

  60. I have several family members (father, husband, brother, cousins, and uncles) who are either retired or active military. I think this is such an awesome idea! I know that some soldiers have nothing to do but read when they are stationed overseas so I’m sure this will be very much appreciated! I can’t wait to read all of the wonderful books that are being given away and will be happy to review each and every one. Thanks to each of the 35 authors who are contributing books.

  61. I think this blog tour is just the best ! I am so thankful to ALL that serve/have served, and their families !!

    Wishing you the best with your writing, and what a thoughtful way to thank our troops !


    And if I win the kindle, I will be passing it on to someone serving ! 😀

  62. Thanks for participating and thanks for supporting our troops. I’m really enjoying this tour 🙂


  63. As a disabled vet, I would like to thank you for helping the men and women serving in the armed forces.
    There are times a good book can come in handy.

    John [@] johnpoindexter [dot] com

  64. My cousin is serving in the Marines and my uncles were in the Army. I lost two friends to the war on terror. I never forget what they sacrficed for me. Even today, when I see a veteran or troop I try to thank them for their bravery. They go where we would never think of going.

    texasbookworm.jaom(at)gmail(dot) com

  65. Thanks for supporting our troups. My uncle recently died fighting a cancer they think he got from agent orange when he was a Marine. He had a really hard time when he came home (from what my mom tells me). I know that he was proud to have served but I also know that the nightmares did not all leave even after so much time. I think it is so important that we all tell out troups thank you and that we appricate them.
    I’ll be praying for out troups and their families.

  66. Thank you so much for supporting our troops and I’m so glad that you are all right after your accident. Can’t wait to read your book.
    scarlet_kira(at)live dot com

  67. I think one of the most important things we can do is thank our troups. I see so many people celebrate Memorial Day and have no clue why! We make sure we explain to out kids the reason and go to something in honor of the troups, both present and past! Thank you for honoring out troups and trying to spread some joy!

  68. I am so beyond grateful for all that our troops do for us and I am always more than willing to give back to them

  69. I’m so grateful for all the troops and grateful to the authors for participating.

    ljszab at yahoo dot com

  70. Thank you for showing such support for out troops. My cousin is serving in the Navy right now and I know he feels great when he gets unexpected support. We all need to remember what Memorial day stands for…and it’s not picnics LOL

  71. My family has a lot of men and women that have been in the service and are now still in the service. I always love to see others giving thanks to them. They do so much for us that we take for granted. Thanks you on behalf of my family member in the service for caring.

  72. I am sorry u were in such a bad accident, glad nobody else was was in your van. I too read to escape, Dark Capathians by Christine Feehan, er Leopard series, the Dragon Riders of Pern, and lately Halles Pumas by Dana Marie Bell and Shelly Laurensto’s shifter books are great also. Have a wonderfull Holiday Weekend.

  73. So excited about this opportunity to give to those who sacrifice so much. Please donate my copy to a soldier!!

  74. I am thankful to all our troops. This is a wonderful idea. I look forward to reading and I am sure so do the troops!

  75. Thanks for the reminder to remember the good things– to be grateful for what we’ve been given, and not dwell on what we don’t have. Sometimes it’s hard to do that, but Memorial Day is one of those days that helps me to remember what others have sacrificed. Thanks:)

    wayfaringwriter at

  76. This looks like a fabulous event! Thank you for your participation, your generous spirit and for writing what looks like an amazing trilogy! I can’t wait to read them.

    I’m waiting on an email address for my “troop”. Can I get that to you later?

    Kind regards,

  77. Thank you so much for giving our troops something to smile about! I think we need to learn more in school and at home how important it is to thank those that make it possible for us to have the choices that we have.

  78. Thank you for the free books but even more thank you for giving to those that give so much up for us often without a thank you. On behalf of my family I would like to send out a heart felt THANK YOU to those that serve and their families!!

  79. I have learned that a bit of “what if” is normal and even healthy since it keeps us cautious and respectful of life, but when its time, putting it away with some good, easy reading that you can just loose yourself in for a while is great, and romances fit the bill perfectly!

    You should know that this book give-away is really great … I rarely bother to enter such things (i’m a little lazy!), but when the benefit goes to such deserving people as our soldiers, its impossible to say no.

  80. It’s amazing how one event can make you rethink things and think about things you really don’t want to. I’m glad that you are OK and that your family wasn’t with you. Thanks for supporting the troops. I’m a vet myself and although when i was in the army ereaders didn’t exist i would’ve loved to have one and ebook to read.

    Lisa B
    modokker at yahoo dot com

  81. Thanks for treating our troops to a gift. I am sure they will like it. I get so mad when people talk bad about our military when they don’t agree with war. Do they not understand if was those same people that protect the right for them to even have an opinion. I’d like to send out a huge thank you to all those that keep us safe and protect our freedom both in war times and peace times because it’s hard during both.
    thank you fellow brat Carol. 🙂

  82. Looking forward to reading your book.

    Glad to hear that you are ok after that accident.

    Happy Memorial Day weekend


  83. I love to read. I read all sorts of books. Right now I am reading all of Karen Rose’s books. They are scary but they are good! Thanks for the Blog Hop.

  84. Thank you so much for participating in this and giving back to our Troops! I’m extremely grateful for our freedom that they fight and serve to protect. I’m grateful for all our opportunities and abilities to choose the life we want to live. I’m grateful and excited to read you book too 🙂 Thanks! morganwyliewrites(at)gmail(dot)com

  85. I think this tour is fabulous! I know all of my relatives who were once in the military would’ve been grateful for such a show of support.

  86. I am grateful for my family and friends. After being sick for a year, I now understane when people say they are grateful for their health. I come from a military family, so I am grateful to all the men and women in the service and their families.

  87. I love this idea to support our troops and share the joy of indie publishing! I didn’t know you guys were out here and I’m so excited to read your books this summer. Thank you!

  88. Thanks for the giveaway. After reading the review of your books, I’m definitely interested!

    lindseyjunk (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

  89. Thank you for participating in the blog tour de force! I’m so grateful for the freedom that our troops are fighting to preserve by putting their lives on the line. It’s because of them writers can write whatever they want and it’s all there for readers like me. Please send an ebook to any soldier that wants one and my email is mammysfave at Hotmail dot com

  90. Hi, I am grateful that no one was hurt in the accident.

    I love what you and other authors have been doing, and accordingly, I am glad that my brother came back healthy from his tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. He was never much of a reader, but I know many will appreciate your efforts.

  91. Hi,

    Thank you for participating in the “Blog Tour de Troops”. I do not have immediate family in the service right now, but my grandfather fought in WWII and my uncles fought in the Vietnam War. I greatly appreciate what you and the other authors are doing for our men and women in service.

    Thank you to the men and women in service for the sacrifices that you, and your families, make each and every day. Thank you for keeping America safe and the things we take for granted each day because of what you do.

    Go USA,

  92. What a great way to support our troops. Thank you and all the authors who are donating their work for the troops.

    beckerjo at verizon dot net

  93. That sounds like a horrid accident. My mind would be driving me insane with what if’s too. Hope you’re all right.

    This is an awesome way to help our troops. My husband is a vet and my father and FIL were vets. Thanks!

    wulfshado (at) gmail (dot) com

  94. Thank you so much for contributing in the tour to add a little light to the lives of our troops.

    nwilson at sportsfive dot net

  95. I’m grateful to wake up every morning to my kids getting into everything, I don’t know what I would do without them.

  96. We owe so much to our men and women in uniform, Thank you just doesn’t seem like enough.
    But.. Thank you!!!
    lesliebandura at verizon dot com

  97. Okay I am not the brightest candle in the box. My email address should be lesliebandura at verizon dot net
    Thanks again,

  98. I am so grateful to all of our troops, active, retired, veterans, and those we have lost for sacrificing their lives so that we may be safe and free. My husband is an Iraq War Veteran….1st Cav…Thank you for donating books to the troops they will be ever grateful for something to distract their minds if even for just a moment or two. Bless our troops.

  99. This is such a great idea to support our troops. Please send me a copy of Day of Sacrifice & one to our troops. Indie authors are the best.

  100. I come from a large family of service men and women, My grandfather, his 3 sons and 21 of my 27 cousins have all served or are currently serving our great country. Thank you for taking the time to honor all those who have served!
    Marie, email: Snlmangofreak at yahoo dot com

  101. I come from a large family of service men and women, My grandfather, his 3 sons and 21 of my 27 cousins have all served or are currently serving our great country. Thank you for taking the time to honor all those who have served!
    Marie, email: Snlmangofreak at yahoo dot com

    P.S. Toilet business sounds awesome!

  102. A big thank you for giving something back to the Troops. On behalf of my husband (Navy), son (Marines) and daughter (Coast Guard)THANK YOU!!!

  103. I have to say I’m grateful my husband wasn’t hurt worse when the military vehicle he was in roll over. Being in the gunner position sticking up out of it at the time things could have been much, much worse.

    Thank you for doing this blog tour for the troops. Its a wonderful idea.

    brw08 AT yahoo DOT com

  104. You are wonderful for supporting the troops, really interested in your essays in “Toilet Business” will definitely look it up.

    Thank you

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