Shauna L. Bowling, known as Bravewarrior on HubPages, wrote a touching hub reminding readers what a difficult time of the year the holiday season can be for veterans, especially those who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, or depression.
Her article, How Your Purchases Can Benefit Our Veterans, tells readers about several different types of purchases they can make which will help support veterans.
She skillfully wove information and links about Mysterious & Miraculous and the Legacy Archives Foundation into the article and ended with this statement, “Our veterans put their lives on the line for each and every one of us. It’s time we give back.”
I couldn't agree with her more and thank her for taking time out of her busy schedule to help promote the Mysterious & Miraculous book series. Her fascinating story, The Voice of God, will be published in M & M Book II and I’m sure readers will enjoy it.
One of the cool things about submitting a true story to the Legacy Archives Foundation is that the writer can interview someone who’s had a paranormal experience and then write that person’s story on their behalf. Pam interviewed two women for M & M Book II and then penned an excellent hub titled, Conducting a Proper Interview.
The article contains great tips that authors or Legacy Scribes will find useful when writing true stories about other people, whether it be for magazine articles, newspaper articles, or anthology collections.
Dane Turnbull, who wrote under his HubPages pen name, Alastar Packer, in M&M Book I, and has contributed another great story for Book II, was busy promoting both books in a 30 Minute Quirky Podcast with Jade Blackmore. The 30 minute interview that Jade did with him can be heard at .
I know other scribes are continuing to reach out to local newspapers, veteran’s organizations and other groups about both books. They are also sharing Tweets and Facebook posts and are emailing info about the books to their respective alumni organizations. I want to thank everyone for their awesome efforts. You are a special group of people and I feel so honored to be part of this worthy project.