Authors for a Cause: Word Search for Warriors, Vol. 2

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Over a year ago, I signed up to be part of a charity project benefiting a non-profit that trains rescue dogs to become service/assistance animals for veterans.  After submitting the words, other than a request for me to come up with a logo (and I finally did – a hummingbird* that I need to update on here), I completely forgot about it because, well, I have too many plates spinning at the moment.

Anyway, today, I found out today that the project is LIVE!

If you like doing word searches in your spare time and help a veteran with PTSD get a service dog, check out Word Search for Warriors, Volume 2 where I got to come up with however many words I could think of for Everything She Ever Wanted and Loving Ashe for you to find!

With an average of 22 veterans committing suicide every day, Healing Heroes Michigan (HHM) and Scrappers Rescue are helping to give the veterans their lives back by rescuing and training dogs to become service/assistant animals for US veterans and other physical handicaps as a result of combat.

100% of the royalties go directly to rescue and train rescue dogs.

Qualifying dogs are then paired with their human counterparts and become constant companions, comforting them and protecting them from inadvertently hurting themselves if they do have a PTSD episode.

This book is intended for adults only and is unsuitable for children.

*Here’s the author logo that I need to start using!

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