Friday, December 7, 2012

Wounded Warriors Blog Hop

The holidays are a crazy time. We worry about presents, and decorating (for me I'm finishing the last few thousand words on Bound in Evil. We, at Secret Cravings Publishing, would like to give back to the men and women who have served our country during this holiday season. So during this blog hop, for thirty comments, each of us is giving $30 to the Wounded Warrior Project. Its a wonderful worthwhile charity.

http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

I'm giving away a copy of Fated Mates and Saddle Up to one lucky commenter. Tell me about one of your favorite holiday memories. Don't forget to leave your email, so I can get in touch with you for your prize.

Please go back to the main Secret Cravings Blog Hop page to visit the other wonderful authors on this hop. If you're unfamiliar with my work and want to check out my books, click on the links at the side of the page.

http://SECRETCRAVINGSPUBLISHING.BLOGSPOT.COM/

Peace out,
Marie Rose Dufour

42 comments:

  1. This is such a wonderful idea. :) And whoever wins will really enjoy either book. I loved them both.

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  2. Thank you so much for supporting our troops. This is a great cause!

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  3. Great Project, and great idea! To supporting the troops!!

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  4. My favorite holiday memory is the excitement of seeing how my children react to their gifts. I just love knowing I did good as a parent and made their day.

    Here's another comment to help you on your trek!

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  5. Such an awesome cause to be a part of...my favorite memory is actually what we have been doing for years and years...the whole family stays up until midnight and opens presents then...chatting, catching up with other family members...always a good time!

    evitap67(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. For me the holiday season means being together with my family, enjoying great meals, lots of laughter and generally a good time. I can't take out just one memory, there are many of them. But the warm feelings and cheer.
    tessa dot bamberg at kolumbus dot fi

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  7. I simply love this time of year even more now that I'm a mother. And I hope that I'm doing a good job at teaching her what it means to giveback. Happy Holidays to you and your family!

    jsimpkins91 at yahoo dot com

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  8. Thank you for participating, Marie Rose. It's a great cause your generosity is a beam of light.

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  9. Being together with friends and family that I don't see often is what I look forward to most at the holidays. And of the great food is a bonus. Happy Holidays to you and your family!

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  10. What a great charity to choose! Merry Christmas to all our military personnel and their families!
    sugerlady@aol.com

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  11. I have family who are military members who have given so much of their time and even some who gave their lives. It is such a great cause!

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  12. Great post! Thanks for being a part of this worthy effort!

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  13. This is my favorite time of year. Every Christmas is special...I just enjoy spending time with family and friends. Thanks for supporting such a worthy cause!!

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  14. Happy Holidays, Marie Rose!
    It's a great cause and I hope you reach that 30 comment goal and then some.

    Best wishes,

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  15. Good luck with this wonderful cause and Happy Holidays.

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  16. Merry Christmas <3 Great post Marie <3

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  17. One of my favorite holiday memories is when my brother came home from the Navy as a surprise for Mama.

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  18. One of my favorite holiday memories is the first xmas I spent with my husband 11 yrs ago.

    Great post!

    layna.pimentel@gmail.com

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  19. One of my favorite memories is singing Christmas carols with my brother.

    One of the sad memories: He was in the army and hit by a car on Christmas leave. His life changed forever that day.

    Thanks so much for supporting our troops. Happy Holidays.

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  20. Whew! I think I've about hit everyone, hope i didn't repeat myself...lol...At any rate, this is simply the best project there is...Great support of our troops and wounded...Tabs

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  21. Thank you for participating in this wonderful cause. Happy Holidays <3
    msromanticreads(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. One of my favorite memories is from my youth, when Rudolph and Frosty were on ONE time during the season ... it was a big deal at our house and I can remember making fresh popcorn and all of us sitting down to watch these timeless classics! I continued that tradition with MY daughter!

    Thank you for participating and a HUGE Thank You to all our servicemen and women!

    laylahunter(at)gmail(dot)com

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  23. My favorite memories is when my son first discovered Santa , the smile on his face stays with me to this day.

    Thank you to our men and women who have served and are currently serving.

    vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. Marie I really enjoyed Irish Rising! Keep the readers Hopping for our Troops!

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  25. Thank you for being a part of this amazing hop! This is such a wonderful cause.

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  26. I'm loving this blog hop. So excited for this charity.

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  27. I think my favorite holiday memory was last year when my son was a year and a half. He was just old enough to understand everything and Christmas morning was amazing. This year is going to be even bettet. cant wait.

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  28. What a great way to support our troops! I'm so proud of the SC authors for doing this!

    Barbara
    bbsbooknook@gmail.com

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  29. Favorite Christmas memory....this is strange, but one Christmas Eve, after services at church, my sis and I got in a fight and she knocked one of my loose baby teeth out. Both Santa and the Tooth Fairy showed up that night:)

    Proud to be an author whose publisher supports those who put their lives on the line for us every day!

    storimom2@aol.com

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  30. My fave Christmas memory is sleeping with my sisters so we could get up together to see what Santa left for us. Thanks for being part of this event to support the troops.

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  31. Great project and thanks to you all for doing this.

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  32. The Wounded Warrior Project is one of my favorite charities. I am so happy to see all this support for our military heroes. Thanks everyone. Merry Christmas

    margie.hager@yahoo.com

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  33. My favorite Christmas memory is the year we surprised my mom with a microwave. After opening all our presents, dad suggested we watch some home movies & asked mom to get the screen out of the closet. She opened the door, saw the microwave box on the floor & fainted.

    Thanks to everyone involved in recognizing & supporting our military heroes.

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

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  34. This a great cause to support! I'm in!

    lenahartwrites@gmail.com

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  35. My favorite Christmas memory is when several of my mom's parents and several siblings stayed with us for several days at Christmas. Normally we spent it with my dad's family. This holiday was the best!

    suz2(at)cox(dot)net

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  36. I remember my Gpa and I always going out to cut the Christmas tree. He liked pine, even though I thought they were so spindly! He took his saw and we walked the woods till we found just The One. Good times indeed!

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  37. I would like to thank all of the commenters who visited my blog this weekend. I surpassed my quota of thirty comments. It's the biggest turn out I've ever gotten. I made my donation to the Wounded Warrior Project this morning. Again, I would like to thank everyone who came and visited me. According to random.org, the winner of Fated Mates and Saddle Up is MsRomanticReads! Congrats!

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