Saturday, November 9, 2013

Supporting Wounded Warriors!



Hi everyone,

Today's post is all about Wounded Warriors. I'm a big supportive of this cause since my husband is retired military. He was in the Air Force for 20 years and spent plenty of time overseas. Luckily, he was never hurt in the line of duty, but there are plenty of men and women out there who have. There is a continuing need for services for these folks.

So for every comment on this blog over this weekend, I will donate a dollar to Wounded Warriors.

Also, if you comment, I will give away a signed ebook copy of Make Mine a Cowboy, so comment away while we help some guys and gals who need us and get into the drawing for a signed ebook of my first book in the Cowboy Dreamin' Series.

Make Mine a Cowboy (Cowboy Dreamin' 1)

Blurb:

Mesa Arraguso writes about hot cowboys for a living. Being a romance writer has it perks and its drawbacks. She spends a lot of time alone in front of her computer, but she gets to fantasize about incredibly hot men wearing cowboy boots and Stetsons. While visiting San Antonio, Texas for a writer’s conference, she finds herself stranded on the back roads of Bandera only to be rescued by one of the most gorgeous men she’s ever encountered, be it fantasy or for real.

Joel Young is a cowboy. From the top of his Stetson to the tip of his dirty cowboy boots, he’s cowboy through and through. Along with rescuing women when they do silly things like running out of gas miles from town on a dirt road, he spends his days herding cattle, fixing fences and breaking horses.

Can one handsome cowboy and a city-girl from LA find common ground in the Hill Country long enough to see beyond a quick fling?

Check out the other authors participating in the Wounded Warriors Blog Hop at http://secretcravingspublishing.blogspot.com/

Enjoy!

~ Sandy

34 comments:

Jennifer Hudson said...

Commenting to help the Wounded Warriors.

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful thing to do for those involved in the service and their families, thank you! Cara Correll from fb and Twitter saw a link to this off fb thank you

Jennifer Hudson said...

Commenting for an entry for the giveaway. Hope I win.

Kaylyn D said...

Thank you for supporting this cause!! My hubby is active duty army.

Beverly said...

Thanks your husband for his service

flossiebentonrogers.com said...

Sandy, thank you for supporting and encouraging this great cause. My husband, brother, father, and forebears on both sides are military, and my son and daughter-in-law are law enforcement. We owe them so much.

Kimberly Hill said...

You are awesome Sandy!

Terri said...

You're doing a great thing, and your story sounds terrific. I hope you sell like crazy!
Thanks for your husband's service. :)

terrihawk66@yahoo.com

Allyson said...

This is a great cause, and y'all are awesome for doing this. Thank you to all men or women serving or whom has served. Your book sounds awesome, I can't wait to read it. Happy Veteran's Day.

Debbie lemon said...

What a wonderful cause,thanks to wonderful people like you,our wounded soldier's will get the help they need.

Karen Cino said...

This is a wonderful cause. A special thanks to your husband for his service.

merriedth said...

I am so glad that you all are doing this in support of our troops thank you very much..

merriedth said...

I am so glad that you all are doing this in support of our troops thank you very much..

Cindy Hamilton said...

Wonderful thing all you authors are doing for our Wounded Warriors. Thank You for supporting them.

Leah Guinan said...

This is an amazing thing you are doing! I hope more than 75 people comment.

Dilys J Carnie said...

This is for a great cause!

Jamie Arnold said...

I think that this is an awesome thing to do. If I could I would give money also, but since I cannot do that I keep each military person in my thoughts and prayers.

Cindy Pearson said...

Thank you for doing such a wonderful thing to help those who have been injured.

Shirley Buchanan said...

I am thankful every day for our veterans. My husband fought in the Vietnam War and by the grace of God came home without injury. My thoughts and prayers to all the wounded warriors that America has. Thank you for your support to them. A truly awesome thing to do. Good luck in receiving 75 comments. Sharing on my FB page.

Linda Chilson said...

The Wounded Warrier program is awesome. I read a story of one guy who got the track chairs after trying for quite awhile to get one through the Veteran's Association but as soon as he contacted the Wounded Warriors his chair was there within a week. He was so.excited as he was now going to be able to go hunting and fishing with.his sons.

Linda Chilson said...

The Wounded Warrier program is awesome. I read a story of one guy who got the track chairs after trying for quite awhile to get one through the Veteran's Association but as soon as he contacted the Wounded Warriors his chair was there within a week. He was so.excited as he was now going to be able to go hunting and fishing with.his sons.

Sara Smolarek said...

Wounded Warriors is one of the best causes to raise money for that I can think of. My dad was WWII Army, served in England and Germany. He was wounded, though not severely, thank goodness.

My former brother-in-law did three tours in Viet Nam as a chopper pilot and still suffers from PTSD.

Please thank your husband for his service, and thank you as well for being part of his support system. You both have my respect.

Becky McGraw said...

Thank you to all service men and women, as well as veterans for protecting the freedoms we often take for granted.

Jodi Avecilla said...

Thank you for your continued support of our military families. Thank you to you and your husband for your 20 years of dedicated service.

Lisa W said...

Thanks for supporting such a great cause Sandy!

Gayle said...

What a great thing you're doing! :)

SherryGLoag said...

My brother and father were bot military men. Great blog hop. And I love the sound of this book.

Jean Joachim said...

Thanks for participating!

CBarton said...

I love that you are doing this. I come from a long line of service oriented men and women, and it takes all of us helping each other to make the Military what it is.Every little bit that is done by each person adds up. Thank you.

cmucha319 AT yahoo DOT com

triciaandersen said...

Incredible story, Sandy!!

Fedora said...

Thank you for supporting veterans, Sandy! So thankful to all those who serve to keep the rest of us safe and free!

Sandy Sullivan said...

Karen Cino, you are the winner of an ebook of Make Mine a Cowboy.

I will send it shortly.

Thank you to everyone who commented on my blog for the Wounded Warriors Project. I had 31 comments so I'll be donating $31 to the charity.

YAY!!!

~ Sandy

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Anonymous said...

Awesome! Can't think of a better cause than to help those that fight to keep us safe.