Friday, May 27, 2011

Blog Tour de Troops - About Gratitude

Welcome to the Blog Tour de Troops, a blog hop of a good time. The stop before mine is 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. :-)

140 comments:

Ladybug07999 said...

I use to live close to an air base. They use to offer functions for the civilians to come and check things out, air shows all for free. We would go every year. I miss that now that I have moved. We still get the airshow down here, but they charge an arm and leg and it doesn't seem to have the FREEDOM feel to it that the one back home had.

Have a great weekend.

Stephanie
ladybug07999atyahoo.com

James Rasmussen said...

Great idea!

Time4Mommy said...

I'm really looking forward to reading your book. I haven't read anything by you yet.
Mandie
http://time4mommy.com

time 4 mommy @ gmail dot com

Calophi said...

Here is my comment so that one of our troops can receive a book! I'm not familiar with most of the books in this contest, so I have no idea how much I will enjoy them, but I think it's important to send things like this to our troops.

amber said...

Thanks for supporting our troops! Its a great thing to do! I can't wait to read your books!

Elena Gray said...

I too come from a military family and appreciate everything that our soldiers sacrifice for us. Thanks for participating Kat!

elena(at)elenagray(dot)com

shiderly77 said...

Hi Kat!

I too am very grateful to the Military for all the freedoms we still enjoy today.

Thanks for the opportunity to help a soldier score a copy of your book, it sounds so interesting!

shiderly77@yahoo.com

aobibliophile™ said...

hi Kat! thanks for being gracious and for your support of the troops! c",)

aobiliophile(at)gmail(dot)com

brandyhuntebooks said...

Wow, the novel you are putting forward sounds like a lot of fun. atuinsails at gmail dot com.

Kat L. said...

Thanks to everybody who commented. I will be sending out codes for the free book this weekend. Thanks!

SJP said...

God Bless America & thanks for supporting our troops who defend our freedom everyday with their lives!

It's awesome that you are going to give our troops a free copy of your book. I look forward to it as well! Thanks for participating!

Stephanie

mr.boardgame @ yahoo dot com

Laurie said...

It is so nice to have so many authors donating to our soldiers. My Mom used to live on base when my Dad was in the Korean War. The spouses formed a support group for themselves to help deal with the loneliness from being far from home and spouse. The friends she made are still in her life to this day.

Laurie
Dkemcaldor@aol.com

Penny said...

I too can trace members in the armed forces back to the Revolutionary War, we have had family members served in almost every war America has been involved in.
lvs2dv@gmail.com

shayne said...

Love the free book giveaway! And as a veteran I thank you for thinking of the military!!

WrytersblockDH said...

This sounds like a really fun book. The title caught my eye on the tour list. "Rush Parody title?" was my first thought, but just in reading the book's site page, I see there's so much more to this!

Jeremy said...

It's great living as a civilian near military bases. I'm right near Norfolk... home to a large chunk of our Navy (AND HOME TO SEAL TEAM 6, BOOM!).

I am reminded constantly of how great our military folks are and try to point out the way they carry themselves to my sons.

-Jeremy Rodden
jeremyrodden@hotmail.com

cwooten said...

Thank you for offering your book and supporting our troops!

carolewooten at sbcglobal dot net

Sapphyria said...

My father also served as a Marine in Vietnam. He is such a hero to me (as are all of those who serve in the military to protect us).

Thank you for supporting our troops and proving a means to get them books to read too!

Siobhan Muir / Meg Palevich said...

I live in Las Vegas, the Freedom Capitol of the world in terms of making choices and I feel so lucky to have the ability to choose what I want to do when I want to do it. We have an airbase here and I watch the great planes fly over every day. My daughters shout joyfully whenever an F-22 or F-16 screams over us and I'm grateful for their roars. I'm grateful for those who can fight and are strong enough to put themselves into harm's way for others.

Thanks for offering them books!

Siobhan
nevadafoxATgmailDOTcom

Karen said...

Thanks for particpating in the Blog tour! You know I already love your book and I know the soldiers will love it too!

Jennifer McDonald said...

I love watching book trailers. This book looks like something I would love to read. So if I would love to read it then maybe a soldier would too. This tour is a great way of giving back.

Jennifer McDonald said...

by the way my email is photographsmile@gmail.com

Tracy said...

I'm lucky in that until recently no one had served in the military since my uncle in the Korean War, but then my daughter fell in love with a soldier who is about to go on his second deployment in two years. It's tough he can't tell us where he is going or anything and we don't know when we'll be able to hear from him. If you could donate the soldier's copy of your book to him I'd appreciate it his emal is zach.schaneberger@gmail.com and mine for my copy is rivawriter@yahoo.com
Thanks for being a part of this.

Tammie said...

Thanks to you and all who are participating in the wonderful support of our troops!
Looking for ward to reading your book:)

mrsthanosthemad AT gmail DOT com

Pamela Pattison Lash said...

Hi Kate - thank you for participating in this terrific blog tour saluting our troops! This was a wonderful idea - let freedom ring! I look forward to reading your book - Thanks for Sharing!
pam_lash at yahoo dot com

Stacy Juba said...

Dead Barchetta sounds like a great book. I'm at stacy@stacyjuba.com . Good luck with the blog tour!!

ReneeRearden said...

I'm so excited you're part of the giveaway! I already have Dead Barchetta and Pithed. Have my eye on Don't Dare the Reaper next! (I know, different genres =D)

I used to live near an air base. My dad was Air Force, and we got to see the Blue Angels fly every year. That was so cool.

Please donate a book to any soldier or troop of your choice. Thanks again for doing such an awesome giveaway!

ReneeRearden(at)yahoo(dot)com

iarvd said...

I think that what you all are doing is WONDERFUL!!! I have many friends and family in the military having lived in a military area for many years! Thanks!

iarvd@yahoo.com

Jenna C said...

I love these blog tours, they're always a good way to meet new authors, read interesting, and get new books. Plus, this time, there's a good cause to support!

Its wonderful that you can help out, especially since you love so close to a base.

jcshivel@ucsc.edu

Tracy said...

I forgot to leave my email address. It's rivawriter@yahoo.com Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you again for doing this.

dreamsgate said...

I haven't read any of your books yet, so this is a great chance to not only "discover" you, but to let some troops "discover" you as well.

dreamsgate at clearwire dot net

Denise said...

What an awesome video - certainly peaks my interest. I am really enjoying the blog Tour de Troops and thank you so much for participating and being so generous. You are a new to me author and I look forward to reading more of what you have to say! Our freedoms are often taken for granted and we often forget to be thankful for the efforts of our troops in providing this privilege! You indie authors allow folks like me to be able to read more and more and I am thankful for all your sharing.

dz59001@gmail.com

Kelli McCracken said...

Loved your post. Glad to see you're a part of this wonderful tour.

kelli(dot)mccracken(at)gmail(dot)com

Wendy said...

Thank you for supporting our troops! I love my soldier and I love free books! This is a great idea! nonismommy(at)gmail(dot)com

Christy said...

Thank you for doing your part keeping our troops entertained while they are miles away from home.
christygibbon at juno dot com

mariewolfwritings said...

Both my grandads where in the army, in France. I have never been close to the army but always felt a pull towards it.
<3

Jaidis said...

Thanks for participating and offering your book to the troops :)

JaidisShaw at yahoo dot com

Stacey Wallace Benefiel said...

I'm happy to be involved in the blog tour with you and would love a copy of your book for myself and a troop. :)

Brea Essex said...

I've had a family member in almost every war the U.S. has fought in, and I know they would have appreciated this had the technology existed. So, thank you for everything you're doing for the troops!

breaessex(at)gmail(dot)com

Toni said...

Thanks for sharing your experiences. :)

reikibirth at gmail dot com

katsrus said...

I don't have that book yet. You are a new author to me. Thanks for supporting the troops. Bless them and keep them safe.
Sue B
katsrus@gmail.com

Rachel Greenwall said...

Thank you for participating in this blog tour. I am always excited to discover a new author!

rachelcccr at gmail dot com

pringpringles said...

Thanks so much for this offer and for your support of our troops. More power. pringpringles@yahoo.com

Ann Charles said...

Kat, thank you for your generosity. My ex husband was a marine, and the happy faces everytime they came home was the coolest thing, especially on the kids waiting to see their dads and moms. I'd love a copy of your book. Indie authors rock!

My email is ann@anncharles.com.

Thank you again,
Ann Charles

Gail M Baugniet said...

Great video. I look forward to reading 'Dead Barchetta' and want to thank you for supporting our military troops.

Jessica said...

Thank you for participating in the blog tour! Can't wait to read the hotness that you write! jessica.tuck528@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

This is a great thing you all are doing!
Amy
abelew@bellsouth.net

Kimberly Kinrade said...

This is so great what you are doing! I can't wait to read your book. kimberly.kinrade@gmail.com

Miranda @ My Eclectic Bookshelf said...

So glad to see you being a part of this event. Can't wait to read your book!

miranda_lynn2001 (at) live (dot) come

Brandon Duncan said...

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!

Ann Charles said...

Hi,

I'd love to check out your book, and I have a Navy guy in mind to share it with. Thank you for being so generous and for offering the extras for the guys and women overseas and at home.

My email: ann@anncharles.com

Ann Charles

Anonymous said...

Thanks for supporting the troops with such a unique promotion!

Roxs
roxburysnoopy-blogtourdeforce@yahoo.com

Judy said...

Thanks for participating in this great giveaway. I have not read anything by you yet.


Judy
magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com

Anita said...

Thank you so much to you and the other indie authors for doing this for our troops. God Bless

Anita
ams06189@yahoo.com

Judith Gaines said...

Being a RUSH fan, of course I have to read Dead Barchetta! I'm a few chapters in & have recommended it to everyone I know.

Husband & I have seen the guys twice this tour and even our 5 yr knows all the words for Closer to the Heart;)

Judie
jpg_writer at hotmail

Book Savvy Babe said...

This blog tour is awesome! Thanks for supporting the troops. BTW, love your blog!
booksavvybabe AT gmail DOT com
http://booksavvybabe.blogspot.com

~ Babs ~ said...

I am an ex army wife and this makes everything worth it. We are still the best of friends and I know anything that helps his troops moral is always good. I appreciate everything you are doing.

Babs
Bhitwr at gmail dot com

WrytersblockDH said...

I guess I should leave my email:
wrytersblock01 at yahoo .com

Raelyn Barclay said...

Very, very grateful to the men and women serving but also to their families. I couldn't do what they do 24/7 either.

Thank you for participating!

buriednwords AT gmail DOT com

Sadie said...

Thank you so much for all that you're doing. I love the idea that if we blog on here, a troop gets a copy of the book.

Jackie Chanel said...

Hi Kat! Thanks for doing this! INDIE AUTHORS rock (i should get that on a t-shirt)...
I used to live in VA Beach and one of the things that I always did was go to the base and watch the Navy ships leave. It was especially heartwarming to see the sailors return. Thanks again for doing this. They really need this.
JC
livedreamwritejc at gmail dot com

Bonnie Pietruch said...

What a great way to honor our troops, I am grateful for the men and women who ensure our freedoms everyday. Look forward to reading your book.

Bonnie
bpietruch@comcast.net

Cara said...

Thank you for doing this!! I appreciate it and look forward to reading your book!

Cara

caraenglish@cox.net

Andrea said...

Thanks for participating in this tour. I feel great knowing a deserving soldier will receive a book.
andreat78@yahoo.com

missyebookmail said...

Can't wait to read your book. I'm always looking for new authors to discover. Thank you for being part of this event! My dad was in the Navy for 12 years and I grew up a Navy brat. So those who serve in the military have always held a place in my heart. Thank you all for your service to our country!!

missyebookmail at mediacombb dot net

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your book. Haven't read any of yours before, so looking forward to the read.


saragillispie (at) ymail (dot) com

Betty: Reflections with Coffee said...

Gratitude to YOU formsharing your book with the commenters and most important of all with the troops!!
I can't imagine what it is like duringmdown time in their tents.

Bmcbroom AT gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for supporting our troops! Freedom is not free. Thanks for the free book.
sundevil007@hotmail.com

Leanne109 said...

It's amazing what they do! Thank you so much!

leanne_gag[at]hotmail[dot]com

The Romanceaholic said...

Sounds great!

Thank you so much for participating in this tour!

Jess
The Romanceaholic
romanceaholic at gmail dot com

DawnR said...

thanks for supporting our troops~

patanddawnr@comcast.net

Jacqueline said...

As an ex-Navy member, a wife of an ex-Navy SEAL, mother of an ex-Army member I can truly appreciate what is means to be in the military and fighting of our freedom. I come from a long line of military members, from myself to my grandfather to uncles and cousins. I am also an indie author whose book is being currently being edited and not done in time to join this blog tour, but I wish much success to all.

Jacqueline
iam14choctaw at hotmail dot com
http://www.jacquehopkins.blogspot.com

Todd Russell said...

I'm digging the title of your book. Seems almost Rush-inspired. Thank you for supporting our troops :)

todd at orting dot com

Amanda said...

I have no ties to the military. Just know a few people I went to high school with joined. The book sounds like a good one!
Amanda
booklover11089@aol.com

Rechelle said...

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.
rechelleowens@gmail.com

Jolene and Family said...

I love the trailer and this looks like fun. Thanks for supporting our troops

june111(at)att(dot)net

1f73f84c-50e1-11e0-8316-000bcdcb471e said...

I love this idea, and would like to thank those that are serving, or have served AND their families !!

kym

krykym(at)fullchannel.net

Earthwindwalker said...

My hubby is a former Marine so the military has always been close to my heart.

Thanks for supporting our troops and have a great weekend.

Heather
earthsbooknook at gmail dot com

Michele Stefanides said...

Thank you for participating in this effort. My family has had three members in the armed services so far, we appreciate what you are doing. A mystery with a rock musician as a main character--unusual and very enticing! Can't wait to read it. My email is: talesfromshrimps@hotmail.com

John Poindexter said...

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

Jessica Anne said...

Thanks for supporting our troops by participating in the blog tour. It's such a great idea.

jessicaanne@adventureswiththreegirls.com

Jessie said...

I live near the Naval Air station in Corpus Christi and have had many friends join up.

Foretta said...

Thanks for supporting our troups! What a great idea. Freedom is definately not "FREE". I am so thankful to those and thier family that serve in out miliary.
forettarose@yahoo.com

scarletkira said...

Thank you so much for supporting our troops. Can't wait to read your book.
scarlet_kira(at)live dot com

Anonymous said...

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!
evelynmoly@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Everything that our troops do for us and this country is beyond amazing and I would love the opportunity to give back in anyway possible.

Anonymous said...

Everything that our troops do for us and this country is beyond amazing and I would love the opportunity to give back in anyway possible.

james said...

I am a military brat and my in-laws are still active in the military. I think this is such a cool idea! A great way to help support our troops!
I look forward to reading your book!

Katie
redneckinn2006@gmail.com

Nicole said...

This is a really wonderful idea and I'm delighted to be a part of it :-)

Nicole said...

This is a wonderful idea, and I'm proud to participate in it with you!

Sadie said...

Thanks so much!!!

Smohr4u@gmail.com

Donna said...

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
thanks
donnasing777@yahoo.com

Terri said...

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.
terrilee.byles@yahoo.com

Tammy said...

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.
pademe_lee@yahoo.com

Patti said...

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!!
prettyunicorn78@yahoo.com

Leonard said...

Hi there ,I look foreward to reading your book,and that Rush video kicks ass!,thanks. dillinnghamelectric@yahoo.com

Angi said...

I think its great you are participating in this event! Your book sounds quite interesting - something refreshingly different in an often-tired genre (mystery). I can't wait to read it!

m_kitaki@hotmail.com

Modokker said...

thanks for paticipating in the blog tour!! There will many happy soldiers getting ebooks and that is a awesome thing.

Lisa B
modokker at yahoo dot com

LizzieBeth said...

Thank you participating in the event. I hope the soldiers enjoy your book very much. They deserve this and so much more.

LizzieBeth1095@sbcglobal.net

Brenda Hyde said...

First I must say: Yeah, another Rush fan! Wooo-hooo. I've loved them forever since Closer to the Heart, which is still one of my favorite songs:)

Thank you for participating in the tour--this is such a cool thing you all are doing.

wayfaringwriter at gmail.com

Carol B said...

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. :-)
carol.byles@yahoo.com

Al said...

Looking forward to reading your book. Thanks for your support of our troops

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited about your book. It sounds awesome. Thanks so much!

God bless our troops!

Anne
mynextchapter@annenowlin.com

Jeffrey Beesler said...

Seeing as how you've been around the military your whole life, it makes perfect sense that you would jump on the chance to join this blog hop! Thanks for being a part of something so worthwhile for our troops!

jeffreybeesler at gmail dot com

Margay said...

Kat, my family has long-standing ties with the military, so I'm always thinking of them and what they contributed to this country on days like this. Thank you for your support of them.

Jen B. said...

I am so grateful for all of the men and women who serve in our military.
jepebATverizonDOTnet

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE TROOPS. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO READING YOUR BOOK DEAD BARCHETTA.
I ALSO WANT TO THANK THE TROOPS FOR ALL THE HARD WORK THEY DO EVERYDAY FOR US.
MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS: s.males@hotmail.com

SHARON

Kim said...

Thanks for the support to the men and woman that serve. swkimbell@yahoo.comswkimbell@yahoo.com

Rhodes Review said...

Supporting the Troops.

Karen in TN said...

Thanks for participating in the tour and for the book.

kolists a\t gmail dt com

Dale Mayer said...

Hi and thank you so much for participating in this program. What a great way for all of us to help the troops.

Dale (bdmayer2002@gmail.com)

Joy said...

Oops. I left my comment on the wrong post! Sorry about that - clicked the wrong thing. Thank you for supporting the troops with your participation! Joy@joyinhisjourney.com

*Marce* said...

Love to get free ebooks, thanks so much!

marce_hall at yahoo.com

suzanne said...

Thank you for supporting our soldiers with a free book. And a bonus for readers like me! My email is mammysfave at Hotmail dot com

melora said...

Thank you for taking part in this tour. Your book sounds really interesting!

Pokey said...

I think it's great what all you authors are doing. My hubby and Dad are Marine Corps Veterans. Thanks so much!

Cheryl said...

Thank you for your generous giveaway.
cheryl (at) cherylrainfield (dot) com

Pinky said...

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,
Pinky
pink.maiden@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for participating in this event! I have numerous friends and family who have served or are serving in the military. This means a lot to me.

lucetlady at gmail dot com

Laura said...

I'm so grateful to all our troops and thanks to the participating authors, too. ljszab at yahoo dot com

JoAnna said...

Thanks for participating in this amazing blog hop.

beckerjo at verizon dot net

aztel2000 said...

Thanks for participating..it's been a lot of fun!
Karen in Breezy Point
kmartin at uslink dot net

Nan said...

Thank you for participating in the tour which brings a little light into the lives of our troops.

nwilson at sportsfive dot net

Anonymous said...

Excellent post. I visit my sister and her family on base, and I'm always thankful my brother-in-law isn't currently deployed.

FatesTwists AT yahoo DOT com

Anonymous said...

I live close to the Dover Air Force base and we sometimes see them flying home soldiers who died. When we see those big planes we always say a prayer for the families.
Leslie
lesliebandura at verizon dot com

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous said...

Thank you for supporting our troops with the donation of your book!! My husband is a veteran and I know how much it meant and still means to see people support our military and their families.
Traci
sweetpea762@msn.com

Janice Anitsakis said...

how wonderful this all is for the troops

Rachel said...

Thank you for participating in the tour. I am looking forward to reading your book.

pefrw@yahoo.com

Barbara said...

Love this promo to support our troops. Please send Dead Barchetta to ackleybj at verizon dot net, as I do not have that book. Thanks.

Marie said...

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

Candy said...

Thanks what a great way to get ebooks to our military

00ee36ce-8b30-11e0-9d9b-000bcdcb2996 said...

Thank you from me and my military family. Husband (Navy) Son (Marines) and Daughter (Coast Guard). May your gift be returned in a thousand other ways.

00ee36ce-8b30-11e0-9d9b-000bcdcb2996 said...

Again, thank you.
jakitchen@att.net

Terri Giuliano Long said...

Great job, Kat. Thank you!

Terri Giuliano Long said...

Great job, Kat! Thank you!

Terri

Brandy W said...

I live on a base currently and love it. I know what you mean about seeing the flags and banners when troops come home. Sometimes it just chokes you up to see the love.

brw08 AT yahoo DOT com

Sarah said...

Thanks for supporting our troops!

smaccall at comcast.net

Marty P said...

Thank you again for the books and for supporting the troops.

maritesorias at gmail dot com

Sonya said...

Hi Kat,

Thanks for doing this. Looking forward to the book. It sounds very interesting.

sidonie.wa@netzero.net