Lindsay McKenna here...
I’m proud to be working with Chris Keniston, USA Today bestselling author, and Susan Stoker, New York Times bestselling author, to utilize our “first in series” books, to support America’s VetDogs for our wounded men and women veterans.
I am a US Navy veteran, Susan Stoker was an Army wife for over a decade, and Chris Keniston is a super patriot. We all understand the sacrifices our military people make and wanted to give back. The best way we could do this was by utilizing our books to make it happen.
Saved by a SEAL anthology is the effort of Lindsay McKenna, Chris Keniston, and Susan Stoker to aid America’s VetDogs, a charity to bring a wounded vet a loving dog to improve their lives.
All proceeds from the purchase of Saved by a SEAL will be donated to America's VetDogs.
February 06, 2016
Save a vet, buy Saved by a SEAL for $0.99 and 100% of your donation goes to America's VetDogs, which aids and supports wounded military veterans by giving them a trained dog to make their lives easier.
You get three great “first in series” books:
Nowhere to Hide by Lindsay McKenna, Delos Series, Book 1
Aloha Texas by Chris Keniston, Aloha Series, Book 1
Saving Caroline by Susan Stoker, SEAL of Protection Series
Each book is between 85,000 to 100,000 words!
You should feel good about doing this, we do!
Please SHARE this with your friends and family! Let’s get these military vets a dog that will ease their life. We owe them that. They’ve served our country.
"Our dogs have also served in Iraq and Afghanistan with combat operational stress control teams, part of the U.S. Army’s initiative to safeguard soldiers’ behavioral health while deployed, and we have trained physical and occupational therapy dogs to work with the recently returned wounded at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. By working with the military, the VA, and other partners, America’s VetDogs increases the options and services for veterans with disabilities and ensure that they get all the assistance they require to once again be self-reliant.
VetDogs sets the standard by which veterans, the military, and the VA measure assistance dog providers and is our way of recognizing the sacrifices made by our men and women in uniform."
America’s VetDogs®, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
To find out more about their worthy cause, go to www.vetdogs.org.
Saved by a SEAL