Jonathan Gould and the next stop is Joel Goldman. But first, hang with me and get your free ebook Dead Barchetta! (Or one of my other titles if you already have that one.)
For the main site with all the participating blogs, click here to see the Indie Book collective. You may also make a donation toward the Kindle giveaway.
When the offer arose to join the Blog Tour de Troops I signed on immediately. Though I have never served in the military, I have so many ties and like to do what I can to support our men and women in uniform. I have lived in military towns for much of my life and have known people who have served. My father was in the Marine Corps for a time, his brothers and one sister served in Vietnam (some of the brothers in Korea as well), and I have several cousin in service now. One advantage today is we have Facebook to at least keep in touch with the cousins when we can, but their parents didn't have that luxury.
Where I live now, I am close to a base, and every time we see the American flags lining the road toward the gates we know some of our sailors and soldiers are due home. It's very nice to see the caravan rolling up full of weary men and woman who have come home - for every homecoming I hope it's the last one and they can stay. If not, I hope for another safe return. I don't think I could what they do 24/7, and for that I will always be grateful.
This is why I have happily donated a copy of Dead Barchetta to this blog tour, and hopefully a soldier deployed will get a copy and enjoy reading it. Sometimes I wish I could do more to help, but for now I will remember those who have fought and died for our freedoms and pray for those in the line of fire now.
So please have a look around the Blog Tour and leave your comments on this blog if you want to receive a free eBook copy of Dead Barchetta, and you just might win a Kindle and continue to enjoy your freedom to read the books you love, just as I will enjoy writing them. :-)