"A Candle Loses Nothing By Lighting Another Candle" - Father James Keller

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

POW/MIA Recognition Day Hop, Sept 18 - 22


In honor of POW/MIA Recognition Day, September 21, author Kharisma Rhayne is hosting the POW/MIA Recognition Day Hop, Sept 18 - 22. As the daughter of a veteran, I had to join. My father made it back from Vietnam, but I can’t help but send my heart out to those who lost family members to war. What they sacrificed for our country should never be forgotten.

In honor of all who have served and POW/MIA Recognition Day and this hop I would like to give away a little patriotic package. I have one print copy left right now of my own patriotic novella, A Strange Freedom: Blood & Fireworks. This novella is not available in print, but I have with the publishers permission printed a few copies for charity causes. Along with an autographed print copy of the book (oh, and be warned, this novella is a paranormal, erotic romance – if you want to read more about it, click here) I am at this moment knitting up something red, white and blue.

I hope to post the pic right here soon! Sorry, life has not been going according to my plan these past few weeks :(

All you have to do to enter is send me an email at howell.kiki@gmail.com with the Subject Line “MIA/POW". In fact, all who email me will get an ebook (PDF) copy of A Strange Freedom: Blood & Fireworks. On the 23rd, I will pick a winner for the patriotic prize pack from all the entrants.

Stop by all the other participating blogs:

6 comments:

  1. Lovely blog! Ms. Howell tell me have U by chance Read LUCKY'S LADY by: Tami Hoag??? OOOOH MY I lovvvvvvvve this Bk. LUCKY'S A Vietnam Vet..He's an Artist with a sexy mesmerizing Cajun accent..this bk's a KEEPER!
    thanQ All the best!
    redz041@yahoo.com

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  2. Thank you for being a part of this hop. This is a topic that is very near to my heart as I come from a long line of military men...All the way back to the Civil War and more recently, my son has enlisted this year. I am very proud of our men and women who serve. I say "Thank You" You are what makes this country great.



    Mel

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  3. Thanks for participating Kiki...my step-dad was also in Vietnam and was lucky enough to come home (albeit with some injuries and terrible memories).

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  4. I am very proud of the military of the US. I served four years and my husband retired after 23 years! Many of my family members were /are vets and my uncle was a POW in Vietnam.
    Yvette
    yratpatrol@aol.com

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  5. Cool! Thanks for participating in the hop!

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  6. I'll send you the email but thank you for doing the hop. We have a former POW Jessica Lynch, she's my husbands cousin and thank you to all those that helped rescue her.
    Z

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