Love, Honor and Hope: Books to Benefit the United States War Veteran’s PTSD Foundation

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One of the biggest “must-haves” of summertime (after sunscreen, of course) is a juicy novel. If you haven’t picked up one, or several, good books for the pool, backyard, or beach yet, now is the time to do it. You can even contribute to a worthy cause in the process.

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Eight authors have joined forces to support one great cause. Beginning on June 24, 2014, Love, Honor, and Hope, an anthology of eight full-length novels, will be available for 30 days at the low price of just $0.99. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the United States War Veteran’s PTSD Foundation.

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Love, Honor, and Hope

Love, Honor, and Hope

From the press release:

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects approximately 19% of military men and women returning from Afghanistan and Iraq – and that’s just those who have been diagnosed. As more military members seek treatment, that percentage is expected to increase.

The United States War Veteran’s PTSD Foundation is a non-profit charity that focuses on providing FREE care to active and veteran combat military members. They can’t do it all alone, which is why these eight authors have made the decision to step up and do something. All eight authors have their own personal reasons for support of the cause.

Cherime MacFarlane, author of “Heart of the Hunter,” said,

“For me, it’s the way a very quiet man, my uncle, receded into the background whenever a family function took place, I did understand he came back from WWII that way. A young man, easy going and quick to laugh became a recluse. My father also served in WWI, as did a second uncle who returned far from the mischievous young man he was before the war claimed his youth.

I was a young mother during the Vietnam era. I had friends who did not come back from Vietnam. I had other friends who did come home but were permanently damaged by the things they saw. For me, this is an opportunity to give back something to the men who served their country when the call came. My uncles and father are gone now, but I do hope, in some small way, to pay it forward for them. This is a tiny step, but as the man once said, every journey begins with that first step.”

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To help contribute to this cause, simply visit Amazon or Barnes and Noble and spend 99 cents. You will be able to enjoy eight full-length novels while knowing that the proceeds will go to help men and women who suffer from this debilitating illness.

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The novels in the set – from a variety of genres that include romance thriller, mystery, paranormal romance, and tales of love and loss –  include:

  • “Out of the Box” by Jennifer Theriot
  • “Early One Morning” by Aubree Lane
  • “Lost and Found” by Jennifer Yarbrough
  • “Scary Modsters” by Diane Rinella
  • “Tropical Dreams” by Kelly Cozzone
  • “Sisters of the Night” by Linda Lee Williams
  • “Heart of the Hunter” by Cherime MacFarlane
  • “Piece of Heaven” by Sammie J

The novels are eBooks, available for Kindle or Nook devices.

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To purchase online from Amazon, please click here.

To purchase online from Barnes and Noble, please click here.

To learn more about the United States War Veterans PTSD Foundation, please click here.

Comments

  1. Thank you so much, Sandy!

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