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Local Authors' Forum & Book Signing!
On February 10, 2007 at 3:30 pm (PST), I'll be at the Village
Book Shop in
Glendora, CA! If you're the in area, stop by and say
Author Interview & Book Giveaway!!
Check out my interview!
I'm also participating in the
Giveaway on the 6th of each month through June!!
I wanted to give something back to those in uniform. As a
result, I have pledged my October and November royalties from my WWII
romance novel, A PAIR OF WINGS to the USO program, United Through Reading.
I wanted to choose an organization that reached out to those serving our
country, and could think of no organization more deserving than the USO.
Growing up with a father in the Air Force, I remember my father being away
for periods of time and know what this generation of military children is
going through with parents serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. When I got
older, I heard the stories of how, when I was an infant and toddler, I
refused to go to my father when he returned from year-long tours in Vietnam
and Guam, as I didnít recognize who he was. I know it broke his heart and
Iím glad the USO has a program that helps parents stay connected to their
children while theyíre away. Itís hard on everyone when parents are
deployed and Iím glad todayís children have the help of the USO.
The United Through Reading program helps unite deployed
service men and women and their children with a little help from a video
camera and a book. At participating USO Service Centers, the service
members can videotape themselves reading a childrenís book, and the
resulting DVD and copy of the book are then sent to the child back home.
The family is encouraged to photograph the childís excitement of having the
book read to them by the absent parent, which is then sent back to the
deployed service member. I will also be joined by Kally Jo Surbeck (www.kallyjosurbeck.com),
an award-winning author also with Vintage Romance Publishing in donating
royalties to the program.
Read my interview by Tammy at Fallen Angel