Blog Tour de Troops

 Memorial Day weekend.  We all know what that means.  The Hangover 2 is here!  Yeah, player.

What?  Memorial Day weekend wasn’t created as a means to ensure that as many people as possible have the requisite time off work to see the Hangover 2?  It’s a holiday to honor soldiers who serve their country bravely?  Hunh.

This Memorial Day weekend, I’m joining over 30 authors in thanking the troops for their service in protecting our freedoms.  How are we doing that?  Every commenter on my blog today gets a free ebook copy of my novel The Emperor of Glitter Gulch.  Not only that (wow, I sound like a guy hawking boosted stereos out of the trunk of my car), but for every commenter on my blog, I will send an ebook copy of my novel to one of the soldiers.  But wait, there’s more (okay, now I sound like that Shamwow guy), every commenter on my blog today is entered into a draw for a free Kindle.  There will also be a draw for a Kindle for one the troops.

Some of you might have wandered over here from Dawn Wilson’s blog http://www.dawn-theyearofwritingdangerously.blogspot.com/ which was the previous stop on this blog tour.  If not, head back there and check it out.  Dawn is giving out free copies of her book LEAVING THE COMFORT CAFE, a book about crazy Southern white people.  And also be sure to check out the next stop on the blog tour tomorrow morning, Rachel Thompson over at http://rachelintheoc.com, whose book A WALK IN THE SNARK was featured in the Huffington Post Book Section.  That’s a great book you get for free.  Her blog is like Cosmo on steroids.  Not that I’ve ever read Cosmo far as you know.  The same deal applies at all the blogs on this blog tour.  The full list of authors and donors is over at Indie Book Collective Blog.  So there are lots of free ebooks this whole weekend.

Not sure if you’d like The Emperor of Glitter Gulch?  Can’t blame you there, I might seem a little on the weird side.  Here’s a short look at The Emperor of Glitter Gulch:

Leonard Orton inhabits a part of Las Vegas that most tourists never see; the dirty underbelly of a city populated by hookers and strippers, juiced-up bouncers and semi-professional cage fighters.  Leonard is in the process of running his flagging law firm into the toilet when a woman approaches him to handle a case that might prove to be his salvation.  And even if he is a bad lawyer, and Leonard is certainly that — quite possibly the worst lawyer in all ofLas Vegas, which would place him high in the running for worst lawyer worldwide — Leonard has a chance to resurrect his career and gain a measure of retribution against his lifelong nemesis.

Along the way, Leonard must overcome clashes with a homicidal ex-client with a penchant for inflicting bodily harm with a croquet mallet, a frequently naked Vietnamese butcher, a judge who insists that litigants perform calisthenics in lieu of oral arguments, and a couple of Eastern European hookers whom just might be the death of him.  If he can stay out of jail and avoid the annoyingly persistent investigator from the bar association long enough to keep his license, Leonard just might be able to uncover some of his long lost dignity.

You can also check out a review of The Emperor over at the Man Eating Bookworm http://themaneatingbookworm.blogspot.com/2011/05/emperor-of-glitter-gultch-by-roy-finch.html.

So if you want a free ebook copy of The Emperor for you and one of the troops, leave a comment.  Be sure to include an email address where I can send you the Smashwords coupon to get your free copy (Smashwords has versions of the book that will work with pretty much anything – Nook, Kobo, laptops, cell phones, Sony Readers, Apple, etc.). 

Oh, and enjoy the Hangover 2.

Edit – Thus wraps up the first day of Blog Tour de Troops.  Make sure to head over to Rachel Thompson’s blog http://rachelintheoc.com first thing in the morning.  Really funny lady, whose book A Walk in the Snark is sure to entertain you.

Thanks for stopping by.

And a last tip of the hat to all of our soldiers posted here and abroad for the fantastic job they do.

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About therealroyfinch

I am a reformed lawyer who lives in Vancouver. My first novel The Emperor of Glitter Gulch is now available as an ebook on Amazon and most other major retailers. I am not so hard at work on my second novel Low Hanging Fruit.
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233 Responses to Blog Tour de Troops

  1. hi Roy! thanks for being gracious with your book and for the support you have for the troops stationed all over the world. i have no idea whom to send your book so please do that for me. thanks again. c”,)

    aobibliophile(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. Stephanie Overton says:

    LOL. The ads for The Hangover 2 look hilarious! We have too many in the family to be able to afford going to the movies these days. So, we will just have to wait for it to come out on video.

    I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! (I’ll at least have books to read, cant wait to give this one a try).

    Stephanie
    ladybug07999atyahoo.com

    • It is outrageous what they charge for movies. I haven’t been to one in about 6 months, but I think I’ll make an exception for the Hangover 2. I hope you enjoy the book.

  3. Hi Roy,
    Your “Emperor” sounds very intriguing and I would love to enjoy it. I am also quite delighted at this here event, as I get to know some new authors and be helpful along with it.
    my e-mail: forestlove at abv dot bg

    Best of luck for the future,
    M.

  4. James R says:

    Great idea!

    jamesemr (at) gmail (dot) com

  5. Calophi says:

    Does the email that this post makes me enter count as the email address? I know my wordpress shows me all the emails of my commenters in my admin section. 🙂

    I’m glad you’re doing the smashwords coupon. That way I can have an epub version. I do like epubs. 🙂

  6. Hwest13 says:

    Thanks so much! Seeing Hangover 2 today. Wallywestring at gmail dot com

  7. Amber May says:

    Thanks for supporting our troops! I love this idea and am grateful for everything you are doing. I really am interested in watching the Hangover 2 but a book will beat that interest anyday. Hopefully I will be reading your book instead 🙂

  8. This sounds kind of like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas with an actual coherent plot line. I’m sold. atuinsails at gmail dot com

  9. Stephanie Pardee says:

    Thanks for supporting our troops! God Bless America!

    Stephanie Pardee
    mr.boardgame @ yahoo dot com

  10. Regina Shiderly says:

    Hi Roy!

    Your post was hilarious! While I am not crazy about Hangover movie, we do own it on DVD because my husband Looooooooves it and I’m sure he’ll be in line to see Hangover 2, while I go and see some girly romance movie… lol

    shiderly77@yahoo.com

    • Hangover is one of the few movies I own on DVD. Nothing wrong with girly romance. If your husband liked the Hangover, he might enjoy my book as well. Thanks for your support.

  11. Elena Gray says:

    If it rains this weekend I will def be going to see Hangover 2. Love your post! You’ve got my kind of humor. Are you on twitter? If not you should be! I’d follow you.

    Looking forward to my copy of The Emperor of Glitter Gulch! Thank you so much for your generosity and for honoring our troops!

    elena(at)elenagray(dot)com

    • I hope you enjoy the book. I’m not on Twitter yet, but I should be soon. It was a big step for me to get a blog.

      • Elena Gray says:

        For now I’ll follow your blog. IBC is the perfect place to get you rolling with Twitter. You’d be surprised how many new readers you will reach with it!

        • I’ll get on it despite the fact that when twitter first started to get attention I vowed that I would never become a twitterer, tweeter, whatever.

          I’m 37 years old and somehow I’m a crotchety old man. How’d that happen?

  12. loves to dive says:

    O.k. not interested in Hangover 2 but how about that shamwow, I sure could use one. lvs2dv@gmail.com

  13. Hangover 2! WOOT! Looking forward to your naked Vietnamese. 😉 Thank you for supporting this event!

    julie (at) ataleofmanyreviews (dot) com

  14. Wow! Things get started early for us here on the West Coast.

  15. Carole Wooten says:

    Thank you for your offer. I look forward to reading your book on my kindle. Thanks for supporting our troops!

    carolewooten at sbcglobal dot net

  16. You had me at “frequently naked Vietnamese butcher”! 🙂

    I’m sad the tour is over for the day. I’m gonna go back and check out the other responses on everyone else’s and can’t wait for more tomorrow! I’m sad my blog isn’t until Sunday.

    -Jeremy Rodden
    jeremyrodden@hotmail.com

  17. Sapphyria says:

    I loved Hangover and the preview ads for Hangover 2 are hysterical. However, Pirates of the Caribbean 4 is next on our list of movies to see–I love me some Jack Sparrow. Hopefully both are still in the theater when we have the time to go.

    Thank you for your support of our troops!
    Can’t wait to read your book.

    Saph
    saphsbookblog(at)gmail(dot)com

  18. Come on, Zach Galifinakis is much sexier than Johnny Depp. I hope you enjoy the book.

  19. Karen says:

    I’m glad you are a part of this lovely tour. Thank you for helping our troops. I look forward to the book and I’m sure they will enjoy it too!

    kmoaton@hotmail.com

    • I’m happy to be part of the tour. As an author we are sometimes so isolated that it’s nice to be able to band together to support the troops. Hope you enjoy the book.

  20. Siobhan Muir says:

    Thanks for your generosity to the troops and the wonderful oddity that is Las Vegas. I live there, albeit not in the seedy underbelly, and if there’s one place that benefits from the Freedom of Choice given to us by those who fight, it’s Vegas.

    I thank my lucky stars (and the men and women in the Armed Forces who protect our country every day) that I CAN live in such a place with such amazing people.

    Siobhan
    nevadafoxATgmailDOTcom

    • I hope you enjoy the book and I’d love to hear the thoughts of a Vegas resident. As only a (too frequent) visitor, it would be interesting to hear if I got some parts of the tough parts of Vegas right.

  21. Jennifer McDonald says:

    School is out and the summer reading has begun. sounds like something different from my usual brands but summer is about reading outside the norm. Hoping a military person enjoys their copy.
    photographsmile@gmail.com

  22. Tammie Barker says:

    Roy,
    Thanks for supporting our troops in the fantastic way!
    I love the wierd, so I’m looking forward to reading your book.

    mrsthanosthemad AT gmail DOT com

  23. Pam Lash says:

    Hi Roy – thank you for being a part of this terrific blog tour and sharing your treasured writing with the troops (and me). This is a super idea! I look forward to reading your book!
    pam_lash at yahoo dot com

  24. Jenna C says:

    I love these blog tours, they’re always a good way to meet new authors, read interesting, and get new books. Plus, this time, there’s a good cause to support!

    And I can’t wait to see the Hangover 2! I’ve heard good things about it so far.

  25. Tracy Riva says:

    Thank you so much for doing this. If possible I would like the soldier’s copy sent to Private Zach Schaneberger at zach.schaneberger@gmail.com as for me my email address is rivawriter@yahoo.com Thank you again for being part of this wonderful way to thank our men and women in the military.

  26. tuxxy33 says:

    Thank you Roy!

    I think that what all of you are doing is wonderful!! I also know that the troops who receive your books will be thanking you too!!!

    iarvd@yahoo.com

    • Hopefully the books that the troops will be getting will give them a chance to take their minds off of their incredibly hard jobs for a few hours and relax. I hope you enjoy the book as well.

  27. Renee Rearden says:

    Roy,

    What an awesome giveaway! Thank you for offering your book to our troops. If you’ll choose a soldier or troop to send your novel to, I’d appreciate it. Have a wonderful weekend!

    ReneeRearden(at)yahoo(dot)com

  28. Loved the shout out, Roy. COSMO on steroids made me laugh, mostly cause I never read that stuff, which is I hope how you meant it #hehe…

    Can’t wait to read your book — I often write from a dark place — I am a redhead in a sea of blondes, after all. The snark needs some great fiction to hide in. 🙂

    • Hey Rachel,

      Likewise looking forward to your book. I’ll drop by your site tomorrow. As for Cosmo on steroids, from reading your blog it just seems like you’d kick the Cosmo staff writers asses if it ever came to a back alley brawl.

  29. Kelli says:

    Hi Roy! Love your humor 🙂 Thanks for being a part of the tour.

  30. dreamsgate says:

    Your book sounds good, and I’m sure that I will enjoy it as much as they soldiers that will be receiving it as well. Good karma for you and all the other writers on the tour for your gift of literary “escapes”.

    dreamsgate at clearwire dot net

    • I never even thought of the karma angle until now. Does this mean that I am free toshove an old lady and a few children out of my way if a fire breaks out a la George Costanza during the Seinfeld episode where he also eats an eclair out of the garbage? Sweet. That episode was also Jon Favreau’s first gig far as I can tell. He played Eric the Clown.

  31. Christy Gibbon says:

    Thank you for taking part in such a great effort to keep our troops entertained for a few hours while they are so far away from home.

  32. Jaidis says:

    Thank you for participating and donating copies of your book to the troops 🙂

    Your book looks like an interesting read and I can’t wait to try it out!

    JaidisShaw at yahoo dot com

    • I like the “interesting read” comment. It reminds me of that Chinese curse, “May you live in interesting times.” I hope you enjoy it. Have a great Memorial Day weekend.

  33. megan says:

    Thank you so much for taking part!!

    Meg

    meganary@gmail.com

  34. Your book sounds fabulous! Gimme one. 🙂 It’s cool to be a part of this blog tour with you.
    swallacebenefiel1@gmail.com (hey look, I actually remembered to leave my e-mail address this time)

  35. Toni says:

    Roy, sounds like my kind of book! Thanks for participating in the blog tour so we could discover you!

    reikibirth at gmail dot com

  36. Brea Essex says:

    Thanks for everything you’re doing for the troops! Looking forward to reading your book.

    breaessex(at)gmail(dot)com

  37. Your book sounds like a lot of fun — besides, I like weird. It’s been a fun blog tour…and it’s only day one!

  38. krissie says:

    Thanks so much for this offer and for your support of our troops. More power. pringpringles@yahoo.com

  39. I don’t think I have been this excited in a long time. I love to read! Thank you for participating. rachelcccr at gmail dot com

  40. Kristen says:

    Thanks so much for participating in the Blog Tour for our Military. I can’t wait to read your book! kriswilli at yahoo dot com.

  41. sue brandes says:

    Love your wonderful humor. Thanks for supporting the troops.
    katsrus@gmail.com

  42. Gail says:

    Thank you for demonstrating your support of our military troops by joining Blog Tour de Troops.
    The humor comes through loud and clear in your blog post and I suspect it permeates your novels. I love most anything “Las Vegas” (think CSI) and look forward to reading The Emperor of Glitter Gulch.
    gbaugniet at aol dot com

  43. Ann Charles says:

    Thank you for giving away what sounds like a great read! I love your sense of humor and the title is excellent! I also have a Navy guy I’d love to receive a copy. My email addy is ann@anncharles.com. Thanks again, and thank you to our troops!!!

    Ann Charles

  44. amichele says:

    Thanks for all you are doing for our troops!
    Amy
    abelew@bellsouth.net

  45. Thanks for participating in this awesome tour. I look forward to reading your book knowing that the troops are getting some awesome entertainment of too! kimberly.kinrade@gmail.com

  46. Brandon says:

    Well, as a blogger, a Soldier myself, and a proud American, I want to thank YOU all for what you are doing here! This is so awesome of you!

    Please pass on my thanks to the others participating in this with you all. I am truly impressed!

    • You have my sincerest respect for the job you do. I’ll be checking out your blog, which I’m sure is more interesting than my rambling dissertations on the IMF Chief’s sexual indescretions and Arnold’s love child.

      Thank you for your service.

  47. Miranda says:

    Thank you so much for being a part of this wonderful event! can’t wait to read the book!

    miranda_lynn2001(at)live(dot)com

  48. Your book sounds great, Roy. Looking forward to reading it. Thanks for taking part in this event. 🙂

    nicole AT nicolesheldrake DOT com

  49. Judy Cox says:

    Great looking read!! I am sure I will enjoy this!! Thanks for participating in such a fantastic giveaway with our troops in mind!!

    Judy
    magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com

    • GLR! I like it. Anytime I see something that says, great looking I abbreviate it after the spray on hair product from the early nineties GLH (Great Looking Hair. Must be late.

  50. Anita Meeks says:

    Thank you so much for doing this. Your book looks really good and I am sure the troops will be thrilled to receive a copy. God Bless

    Anita
    ams06189@yahoo.com

  51. Roxs says:

    Thanks for supporting the troops!

    Roxs
    roxburysnoopy-blogtourdeforce@yahoo.com

  52. Las Vegas underbelly, hmm, I think I just drove home through there 🙂 This tour is amazing. Thank you for participating!

    buriednwords AT gmail DOT com

  53. Sadie says:

    Thank you so much! I look forward to reading your book, and I know a troop will, too!
    This is really great what you guys are doing.

    Sadie

    smohr4u at gmail dot com

    P.S. Hangover 2 was pretty amazing!

  54. Jackie says:

    Today was fun…and the last blog of the day was perfect! Thanks for doing this and I can’t wait to read your book. I have to agree with you about Rachel’s blog. It’s like Cosmo on steroids for real…I love it!

    INDIE AUTHORS ROCK!

    Ps- seeing The Hangover, pt 2 tomorrow. We’ll see how that goes.

    JC
    livedreamwritejc at gmail dot com

  55. Bonnie Pietruch says:

    What a great event you are part of offering our troops a little reading enjoyment. I am grateful for all they do to protect and ensure our freedom. Look forward to reading your book.

    Bonnie Pietruch
    bpietruch@comcast.net

  56. Cara says:

    Thank you so much for participating in this troop support event – I think it is a FANTASTIC idea! I appreciate you and can’t wait to read the book!!

    Cara English
    caraenglish@cox.net

  57. Denise says:

    How awesome are you – you made me smile when I am tired and ready to close down for the night and cannot even see my typos anymore! Thank you so much for supporting our troops with your participation in this blog Tour de Troops giveaway and by allowing me to comment and thus participate as well. I enjoyed your teaser and look forward to reading more about the seedy side – I always champion the underdog!
    dz59001@gmail.com

  58. Melissa Sandahl says:

    I can’t wait to read your book! I grew up a Navy brat, so thank you so much for being part of this event! It’s amazing that we have the technology for our troops to receive these eBooks and be able to carry lots of books with them at once!! Hopefully we will be able to welcome them all home safely in the very near future!! God Bless you all for your service!

    missyebookmail at mediacombb dot net

  59. Sara says:

    OK, Roy, a “reformed lawyer” either an oxymoron or a very interesting story…

    Looking forward to reading your book and hearing more about your work.

    Thanks,
    Sara

    saragillispie (at) ymail (dot) com

  60. Betty McBRoom says:

    Great sense of humor you display there!
    Thanks for sharing your Emperor and all things glittering.

    Bmcbroom@gmail.com

  61. stephanie says:

    Thanks for supporting our troops! Freedom is not free. Thanks for the free book.
    sundevil007@hotmail.com

  62. Jess says:

    This sounds awesome lol You had me at “croquet mallet”!

    Thank you for participating in this tour!

    romanceaholic at gmail dot com

  63. Dawn says:

    Thank you for supporting our troops
    patanddawnr@comcast.net

  64. Marie Wolf says:

    I have no idea if I’ll like your book, but I’ll give it a try and that way a soldier will have the opportunity to read it too!

    mariebwolf (at) laposte (dot) net

  65. As an ex-Navy member, a wife of an ex-Navy SEAL, mother of an ex-Army member I can truly appreciate what is means to be in the military and fighting for our freedom. I come from a long line of military members, from myself to my father and grandfather to uncles and cousins. I am also an indie author whose book is currently being edited and not done in time to join this blog tour, but I wish much success to all. I look forward to reading all the books in between writing my own.

  66. Amanda Chesshir says:

    Sounds like a great read!!!
    Amanda
    booklover11089@aol.com

  67. Todd Russell says:

    Your books sounds interesting. Thank you for supporting our troops 🙂

    todd at orting dot com

  68. I have several family members (father, husband, brother, cousins, and uncles) who are either retired or active military. I think this is such an awesome idea! I know that some soldiers have nothing to do but read when they are stationed overseas so I’m sure this will be very much appreciated! I can’t wait to read all of the wonderful books that are being given away and will be happy to review each and every one. Thanks to each of the 35 authors who are contributing books.
    rechelleowens@gmail.com

  69. Bookblogger says:

    You guys are all very generous to give so many copies of your books away to the soldiers overseas. Thank you very much.

    scottpoe(at)hotmail(dot)com

  70. kym amaral says:

    thanks so much for doing this for the troops !! Thanks to all serving..and if I win the kindle I will pass it on to someone serving

    Kym
    krykym(at)fullchannel.net

  71. Michele says:

    Thanks, Roy, for participating in this great effort. I have a nephew currently in the Navy; our family appreciates what you’re doing. Your book sounds really good; I watch true crime shows on tv and there have been several that take part in that other part of Vegas. I’m looking forward to reading your book. My email address is: talesfromshrimps@hotmail.com

  72. Erik G says:

    I spent over 20 serving in the military all over the world and I can tell you the troops will appreciate the books! Thanks for doing this!

    Erik (balitiger at yahoo dot com)

  73. thanks for supporting our troops:)
    Your book looks cool:) I like quirky reads:)
    My hubby is a former Marine so I got nothing but love for our troops.

    earthsbooknook at gmail dot com

  74. paula poindexter says:

    Bless you for doing this for the troops.
    paulapoindexter@gmail.com

  75. John says:

    As a disabled vet, I want to thank you for giving books to the men and women srving in our armed forces. A good book is always nice to have.

    john [@] johnpoindexter [dot] com

    • Thank you for your sacrifice, John. While I could never begin to imagine what you are going through, I hope that you can escape in a book now and again. Thank you again, this Memorial Day weekend.

  76. Jessica Anne says:

    Thanks so much for supporting our troops. The blog tour is a great idea.

    jessicaanne@adventureswiththreegirls.com

  77. Foretta says:

    Thanks for supporting our troups! What a great idea. Freedom is definately not “FREE”. I am so thankful to those and thier family that serve in out miliary.
    forettarose@yahoo.com

  78. Evelyn says:

    I think one of the most important things we can do is thank our troups. I see so many people celebrate Memorial Day and have no clue why! We make sure we explain to out kids the reason and go to something in honor of the troups, both present and past! Thank you for honoring out troups and trying to spread some joy!
    evelynmoly@yahoo.com

  79. Scarlet Kira says:

    Thank you so much for supporting our troops. It’s great what you are doing. Your book sounds awesome.
    scarlet_kira(at)live dot com

  80. Donna says:

    Thank you for showing such support for out troops. My cousin is serving in the Navy right now and I know he feels great when he gets unexpected support. We all need to remember what Memorial day stands for…and it’s not picnics LOL
    thanks
    donnasing777@yahoo.com

  81. Terri says:

    My family has a lot of men and women that have been in the service and are now still in the service. I always love to see others giving thanks to them. They do so much for us that we take for granted. Thanks you on behalf of my family member in the service for caring.
    terrilee.byles@yahoo.com

  82. Meghan says:

    This is such a great idea! whoever came up with it is genius. i love any opportunity to give back to the troops.

  83. Melissa says:

    Hi, livong in vegas this aounds like a hoot. Hope you have a grwat weekend and hope the troops enjoy the book. Sorry I am a couple daya late, work and sleep interfered with my blog hopping. 😉

    Karana34@yahoo.com

    Melissa

  84. Rebecca says:

    It’s such a wonderful idea! I am sure the troops will enjoy this stories as much as I will, if not more.
    rebeccapoindexter@gmail.com

  85. Tammy says:

    Thank you so much for giving our troops something to smile about! I think we need to learn more in school and at home how important it is to thank those that make it possible for us to have the choices that we have.
    pademe_lee@yahoo.com

  86. Patti says:

    Thank you for the free books but even more thank you for giving to those that give so much up for us often without a thank you. On behalf of my family I would like to send out a heart felt THANK YOU to those that serve and their families!!
    prettyunicorn78@yahoo.com

  87. Angi Gray says:

    Thanks for participating in this event; its so important to give back when we can! Your post reminded me of the year I pulled my daughter out of school (I disagreed with their Memorial Day program) and took her to the local VFW to talk to real veterans. She was 7 years old, and now, almost 7 years later, she still remembers the man she talked to and the conversation. It left a much deeper impression on her than an assembly ever could have! For too many of us, the concept of Memorial Day is abstract, its easy to forget it is about real men and women standing up for us!

    m_kitaki@hotmail.com

  88. LizzieBeth says:

    Hi Roy.

    Thanks for your generosity in supporting our troops, as they do so much for this country in risking their lives every day. Your book sounds very interesting and I’m sure that they’ll enjoy your book very much.

    I’ve yet to watch the Hangover 2 but my best friend says it’s quite fun to watch. Hoping to catch it soon in theatres.

    LizzieBeth1095@sbcglobal.net

    • I can’t even imagine waking up each day with the thought that I would be risking my life, one of the many reasons I am grateful for the job our soldiers do.

      I keep hearing good things about the Hangover 2, but missed my chance to see it last night. Hopefully this week.

  89. Carol B says:

    Thanks for treating our troops to a gift. I am sure they will like it. I get so mad when people talk bad about our military when they don’t agree with war. Do they not understand if was those same people that protect the right for them to even have an opinion. I’d like to send out a huge thank you to all those that keep us safe and protect our freedom both in war times and peace times because it’s hard during both.
    thank you fellow brat Carol. 🙂
    carol.byles@yahoo.com

  90. Alan says:

    Looking forward to reading your book. Thanks for supporting all the troops.

    wd9irv@aol.com

  91. I’m glad to help the troops out so that they can have something to read! jeffreybeesler at gmail dot com.

  92. Lana says:

    This book sounds awesome! Thanks for doing this!

  93. Margay says:

    Ad a daughter whose parents both served in the military, I just want to thank you for supporting our troops.

  94. Kim says:

    Thanks for the support to the men and woman that serve. swkimbell@yahoo.comswkimbell@yahoo.com

  95. SHARON says:

    THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE TROOPS.
    I ALSO WANT TO THANK THE TROOPS FOR ALL THE HARD WORK THEY DO EVERYDAY FOR US.
    I AM VERY EXCITED TO EAD YOUR BOOK.
    MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS: s.males@hotmail.com
    SHARON

  96. I’m so glad that we can collectively as Americans honor our fallen heros. I’m proud of the men and women of the United States military. Thank you for taking part in this free book giveaway. Genorosity is short supply these days.

    uncouthindustries@yahoo.com
    PDF

  97. Rick says:

    Supporting the Troops.

  98. Dale Mayer says:

    Hi and thank you so much for participating in this program. What a great way for all of us to help the troops.

    Dale (bdmayer2002@gmail.com)

  99. fickshuneer says:

    I’m looking forward to reading your book. Just send the coupon to jon[dot]reisfeld[at]gmail[dot]com. Thanks!

  100. Dave Jetton says:

    Great you’re doing this for our troops. Email: dpjetton@att.net

  101. mammysfave says:

    What you guys are doing for our soldiers is awesome! I can’t wait to get my free ebook just like I know soldiers overseas love to get books too as my friend in the reserves told me when he was In Afghanistan last year. So send a copy to a soldier and one to me please. My email is mammysfave at Hotmail dot com

  102. Melora says:

    Thank you for taking part in the tour, I know that the soldiers will really appreciate it. Your book sounds really interesting, at least the part where the protagonist is actually a terrible lawyer. My email is melora brock a t gmail dot c o m

  103. Kat Howard says:

    I think it’s great what all you authors are doing. My hubby and Dad are Marine Corps Veterans. Thanks so much!

  104. Thank you very much for your generous giveaway!
    cheryl (at) cherylrainfield (dot) com

  105. Celia says:

    Thank you for participating in such a generous and clever event!

    lucetlady at gmail dot com

  106. Laura S. says:

    I’m so grateful to all our troops and thanks to the participating authors, too. I’m looking forward to reading your book. Thanks! ljszab at yahoo dot com

  107. Karen in Breezy Point says:

    Thanks for participating in this wonderful event!
    Karen in Breezy Point
    kmartin at uslink dot net

  108. pinkmaiden says:

    Hi,

    Thank you for participating in the “Blog Tour de Troops”. I do not have immediate family in the service right now, but my grandfather fought in WWII and my uncles fought in the Vietnam War. I greatly appreciate what you and the other authors are doing for our men and women in service.

    Thank you to the men and women in service for the sacrifices that you, and your families, make each and every day. Thank you for keeping America safe and the things we take for granted each day because of what you do.

    Go USA,
    Pinky
    pink.maiden@yahoo.com

  109. Marce Hall says:

    Looking forward to reading your book. Thanks for participating and thank you hero soldiers and sailors for serving.
    marce_hall at yahoo dot com

  110. nrwilson says:

    Thank you for participating in the tour which brings a little light into the lives of our troops.

    nwilson at sportsfive dot net

  111. Ania says:

    I used to visit Las Vegas all the time to see family at Nellis AFB. Now I love books set in LV.

  112. Leslie says:

    I am so thrilled to be able to a part of something giving to our troops. I believe anything and everything can help make their time a little brighter is great.
    Leslie
    lesliebandura at verizon dot com

  113. Leslie says:

    Okay I am not the brightest candle in the box. My email address should be lesliebandura at verizon dot net
    Thanks again,
    Leslie

  114. Traci Simmons says:

    Thank you for supporting our troops….my huband and my brother in law are veterans so memorial day is very meaningful in our household. Bless our troops and thank them for our service. Look forward to reading your book.

  115. Jen B. says:

    Darn, my busy weekend. I wanted to take the time to read the comments. The book sounds funny.
    jepebATverizonDOTnet

  116. Gilberto says:

    This story sounds interesting. I’m sure any troop would be happy to get it.
    lordreblik(at)gmail(dot)com

  117. Rachel says:

    Thank you for participating in the tour. I am looking forward to reading your book. Thanks to all our service men and women and their families. We appreciate your service.

    pefrw@yahoo.com

  118. Candy says:

    Thanks what a great way to get ebooks to our military

  119. Barb A says:

    Thanks for supporting the troops with free ebooks. I love Indie authors. Looking forward to reading The Emperor of Glitter Gulch.

  120. Wonderful work! Thank you!

    Terri

  121. sadie b says:

    thanks for offering free books to your readers and to the military. can’t wait to read your book.

  122. Sonya says:

    Hi Roy,

    Thank you for doing this. Looking forward to your wit, so rare these days. I love the title.

    sidonie.wa@netzero.net

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