Today I honor the men and women of all races, ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations, political beliefs, religions (or lack thereof), and even different nationalities who’ve served in the US armed forces. I appreciate your commitment and sacrifice—and that of your families—whether you faced armed conflict or faced a computer. Special thanks to my husband, father,
As many of you know, two of my favorite people in the whole world served in the military (husband & dad), so this holiday is near to my heart. Thank you to all who serve(d). Enjoy your weekend!
The heroes in my current romantic suspense series are all veterans. Their best qualities are influenced by the real-life heroes I’ve been surrounded by since birth. My dad (Army and Navy), my uncle (Navy), my husband (Air Force), my father-in-law (Marines and Air Force), and many friends across services. There is no one type of
To celebrate Veteran’s Day, I thought I’d mention some of my favorite authors who honor the men and women who serve–or have honorably served–in the armed forces by writing about them. Suzanne Brockmann‘s Troubleshooters series is devoted mainly to Navy Seals, as well as heroes and heroines from military, law enforcement, or clandestine services. Her characters