Monday, November 10, 2014

Veterans Day USA, Honoring the Women in the US Military, This Week, Giveaway




This U.S.A. flag is made entirely of flower petals and natural elements.
Displayed on a float in the 2014 Rose Parade.
Picture by J.Q. Rose
Veterans Day Honoring Veterans
of the U.S. Military Servces
On Veterans Day, November 11, we honor veterans who served in the U.S. Military. This date also marks the end of World War I when the armistice with Germany was signed at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918. 
Please remember to say thanks to a vet now and anytime you meet a veteran.

At the Girls Succeed! blog you can well imagine we are honoring all vets, but especially featuring the women who have been a part of the U.S. Military since the American Revolutionary War. Hop on over to the Girls Succeed! blog and discover highlights of the history of the women who have served our country.



Rose parade float honoring the WWII Women Air Force Service Pilots
You can also find more articles on women in the military at these Girls Succeed! links:



This Week: 

Pastor Christine Hobbs never imagined 
she would be caring for a flock that includes 
a pig, a kangaroo, and a murderer.

Monday (today): Lacey, the florist in my mystery/romance, introduces readers to Pastor Christine, the main character in Coda to Murder. Pop on over to find out about her friend, Chris, at the MuseItUp Publishing blog. All this month authors are sharing their characters with readers. Lots of characters over there and I don't mean just on the blog!! LOL.


Tuesday, November 11--Veterans Day in the USA and Remembrance Day in Canada

Writing tips every Thursday!
Thursday, November 13--Melissa Maygrove is our author tipster on Romance and Mystery Authors on Writing series. She's giving up tips on editing and dialogue AND a $15 gift card to Amazon and a signed paperback of Come Back (US) or Kindle e-book (US or international). All of this goes to one winner. 

Did you serve your country by joining the military? Do you have a friend or family member who is a vet or currently serving?Thank you for your service.











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