Friday, November 11, 2011

Blog Tour De Troops is Here!

Starting today and running through the weekend, the Indie Book Collective is having a blog tour to support veterans and our troops overseas. Each participating blog will post something in honor of our veterans. And each blog is run by an Indie author and they will be giving away a free copy of their ebook to every commenter. That's right, everyone who leaves a comment. Also, you can enter to win a kindle. And each comment gets a book for one of our troops overseas too. So the more people who comment, the more troops who get a free book.

Check out the website to see who's participating and which days. Then visit and comment galore! My day is Sunday, so if you don't have a copy of my first book, Destiny Divided (or even if you do, come by anyway to support our troops), I will email you that same day the coupon code to get the ebook for free. Good deal, right?

So start things off here - Indie Book Collective Blog Tour de Troops.

Thanks and have a great weekend!


  1. This is such a wonderful, wonderful cause, all the authors participating are doing a very special thing, thank you so much Leia! :)


    mpa931 (at) yahoo (dot) es

  2. Thanks Marta! For some reason my post didn't publish when it was supposed to but I'll add your email to my list of e-book receivers. Sorry about that. Thanks for coming by!

  3. thank you for supporting the troops

  4. Thank you and all of the Indie authors who are a part of this blog tour. Getting books to our troops is a noble cause. Your book sounds great and I'm sure I'll enjoy it as much as the lucky soldiers who receive their copies will.

  5. thanks for helping our troops this is such a wonderful thing your doing god bless you. and thnak for sending me a copy as well . pdf form is great with me. thank you.

  6. This is such a great thing. Thanks!


  7. I admire what you all are doing. As a child of the military, (my mom, biological father, and step father, all are military, in various branches, not to mention aunts, uncles, and grandparents), it's always been part of my life, so I think it's really nice when people acknowledge what they spend their lives devoted towards.

    jamileigh17 at gmail dot com, kindle format preferred.