Veterans, Authors & Pets 4

When Veronica Scott and Pauline Baird Jones created Pets in Space, they were keen to use a portion of the profits from the anthology to support Hero-Dogs.org, who raises and trains service dogs and places them free of charge with US Veterans to improve quality of life and restore independence.

During this last week of our donation period, we would like to take a moment to share the personal stories of our authors and their links to the veteran community which will provide you with insight into why this project is so personal.

S.E. Smith

Writing for a charity is perhaps one of the greatest compliments an author can be asked to participate in. I consider being able to use my talents to help others as a way to pay it forward. Not only am I giving something special to help a worthy cause, but so are the readers.

Last year, I was asked to participate in Pets in Space. This very special group of authors came together with a unique focus – to write a themed group of stories focusing on pets in space and give to a special charity called Hero-Dogs.org. With the success of Pets in Space 1, came this year’s collection of original stories by twelve of today’s leading Science Fiction Romance authors – Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2.

It is not always easy for an author to fit a story into their already packed schedule. What makes this anthology so special is not only are we writing about pets; not only are they all original stories; but more important the authors are focused as one on providing the best possible stories at the best possible price to make the biggest impact for HeroDogs.org. With over 800 pages of amazing adventures, readers will fly across the star systems and discover worlds, characters, and pets that will make them laugh, cry, and fall in love with Science Fiction Romance while helping a worthy cause.

Cara Bristol

 

Carol Van Natta

I love the meaning behind Veteran’s Day.

My father, grandfather, and great-grandfather all attended West Point and had distinguished careers in the military. The resident mad scientist enlisted and went to war. I deeply respect anyone in the military, and do my best to honor that service in my books.
We ask so much of our veterans, and modern medicine helps them survive catastrophic injury, but we’re not yet so good at dealing with the aftermath. Hero Dogs helps bridge that gap.

Hero Dogs raises, trains, and pairs service dogs with disabled U.S. veterans to improve their quality of life and help restore independence. The Hero Dogs mission holds a special place in my heart. My father was more of a cat person, but at the end of his life, when his body and mind were failing, he always responded to visits from therapy dogs. For those few minutes, he came alive and present again.

 

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We are donating 10% of our first month’s profits to hero-dogs.org who provide support dogs to US veterans.

Our donation period ends November 11th, 2017 so these are your final days to buy Embrace the Romance and help support Hero-Dogs.org through our donation.

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Veterans, Authors & Pets 3

When Veronica Scott and Pauline Baird Jones created Pets in Space, they were keen to use a portion of the profits from the anthology to support Hero-Dogs.org, who raises and trains service dogs and places them free of charge with US Veterans to improve quality of life and restore independence.

During this last week of our donation period, we would like to take a moment to share the personal stories of our authors and their links to the veteran community which will provide you with insight into why this project is so personal.

M.K. Eidem

Twelve Award-winning authors as they share stories and help out Hero-Dogs.org, a charity that supports our veterans! Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2!

Laurie A. Green

Veronica Scott

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In honor of Veterans Day, we’ll donate 10% of our first month’s profits to hero-dogs.org who provide support dogs to US veterans.

Our donation period ends November 11th 2017 so this is your final days to buy Embrace the Romance and help support Hero-Dogs.org.

Veterans, Authors & Pets 2

When Veronica Scott and Pauline Baird Jones created Pets in Space, they were keen to use a portion of the profits from the anthology to support Hero-Dogs.org, who raises and trains service dogs and places them free of charge with US Veterans to improve quality of life and restore independence.

During this last week of our donation period, we would like to take a moment to share the personal stories of our authors and their links to the veteran community which will provide you with insight into why this project is so personal.

Pauline Baird Jones

I had seen military honors on television shows, but had never experienced it in real life until my dad, a veteran of WWII and Korea, passed away last year.

While military honors are mandated by law, I know the men who served with my dad (and my dad while he still lived) consider it a privilege to be in the honor guard for a comrades in arms.

I don’t think any television show or movie can capture the poignancy of the real deal. The haunting effect of the bugler and then the echo as another distant bugler echoes “Taps.”

I could feel my dad saying farewell for now to his buddies. And we were so grateful to the younger soldiers who also gave up time on a Saturday morning to honor my dad. I could feel their deep respect for what they were doing and for the man they were doing it for.

I wanted to share this clip because it is the essence of why we wanted a charity that helps veterans for Pets in Space. It was our privilege to work with Hero Dogs last year, and it is an even greater privilege to be able to work with them again this year with Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2.

We are so grateful for our veterans, for all the heroes who stand in harm’s way to protect us, to protect our freedom.

They called my Dad’s generation the “greatest,” and there is no question they deserve the designation. Boys became men when they were thrown into battle against ruthless enemies. Thankfully there are still heroes, still “greatest” men and women willing to face ruthless enemies in our time.

And thank goodness for organizations like Hero Dogs who are there to help them when they come home suffering from the injuries of war.

Jessica E. Subject

10% of the first month’s profits go to Hero-Dogs.org. Hero Dogs raises and trains service dogs and places them free of charge with US Veterans to improve quality of life and restore independence.

Alexis Glynn Latner

Donation to Hero-Dogs

We are donating 10% of our first month’s profits to hero-dogs.org who provide support dogs to US veterans.

Our donation period ends November 11th, 2017 so these are your final days to buy Embrace the Romance and help support Hero-Dogs.org through our donation.

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Veterans, Authors & Pets 1

When Veronica Scott and Pauline Baird Jones created Pets in Space, they were keen to use a portion of the profits from the anthology to support Hero-Dogs.org, who raises and trains service dogs and places them free of charge with US Veterans to improve quality of life and restore independence.

During this last week of our donation period, we would like to take a moment to share the personal stories of our authors and their links to the veteran community which will provide you with insight into why this project is so personal.

Susan Grant

I had a blast writing about Trysh, Rornn, Puppy, and the crew of Bezos Station, a city in space above the planet of Barésh. (You may recognize these places—and even some of the secondary characters (including Puppy)—from Star Champion (previously titled The Champion of Barésh) or Star Hero (expanded from my short story Stray from Pets in Space 1).) Even though my books are “make believe” in a fantasy/science fiction setting, my background as an Air Force jet pilot helps me add touches of realism to the military characters.

In The Prince, the Pilot, and the Puppy (Star Puppy), I needed to come up with more than just first and last names for the starfighter pilots. Think: “Maverick” and “Goose” from Top Gun, or “Starbuck” from Battlestar Galactica. A call sign is an integral part of my characters, so I really wanted the ones I chose to fit. In the Air Force, call signs are handed out at naming ceremonies. They can be a play on your name (a pilot with a last name of Gordon is likely to be named “Flash”), or you can get a call sign based on an incident that made you infamous. On my flight last week, I flew with a former Navy Tomcat fighter pilot. I noticed he had “Disco” embroidered on his flight bag. He explained it came from the night he got drunk and danced on the bar—on TOP of the bar. Likewise, if you really screw something up, expect a call sign to come out of it. It can also be based off your personality, or on the whim of the drunken mob of fighter pilots at your “naming”.

On Bezos Station, namings are likely to take place in the all-ranks club Nimbus.

Here are a few of the starfighter pilots from the Mighty Titans squadron and their call signs:

Trysh Milton is “Firefly”—Her naming was mostly due to her being a big fan of the TV show, but it’s also fitting because she can appear bright and cheery one minute and dark and serious the next, blinking on and off like a lightning bug, or firefly.

Rornn B’lenne is “Charming” —He’s a Vash royal prince who oozes charisma. Need I say more?

Declan Fisher is “Danger”—He started off as “Fish” but during flight school he was the cause of a series of fender benders, making him the butt of jokes that he was a Danger—to himself

Carlynn Riga is “Mooch”—she loves to cook gourmet meals on small appliances in her quarters, but being on a space station limits her ability to get ingredients. She’s famous for her power to beg, borrow, and barter with the mess hall staff for the items she needs.

Then there’s me—Susan Grant. In the Air Force my call sign was Sue Bob. My name was Sue and I was considered one of the squadron “good ol boys”, and since “good ol boys” always had names like Jim Bob and Billy Bob, I was named Sue Bob. Silly but as with all fighter pilot call signs, it could have been worse.

Michelle Howard

My dad joined the Marines during my toddler years so my memories of him at that time are of a shiny uniform and what I once referred to as his “hat”. I was soon corrected. A few years ago, my cousin followed in my dad’s footsteps and is currently serving as a Marine and I’m so proud of him. Writing a story that gives back to our service members is a huge honor and I’m so grateful for the opportunity. Hero-dogs.org pairs two things that I admire and respect: dogs and our military.

I’m also excited I got to combine those two things in my story for this anthology. My hero served in the military and was discharged due to wounds he suffered during that time. He ends up reluctantly tasked with helping my version of a K9 known as Bogan. From there danger, love and a new partnership soon follows.

Sabine Priestley

Donation to Hero-Dogs

We are donating 10% of our first month’s profits to hero-dogs.org who provide support dogs to US veterans.

Our donation period ends November 11th, 2017 so these are your final days to buy Embrace the Romance and help support Hero-Dogs.org through our donation.

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Thank You to Our Pets in Space 2 Authors

Hi, Narelle Todd here from GetMyBookOutThere.com. Wow! Wasn’t Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 a fantastic read?!

When Veronica Scott and Pauline Baird Jones came up with the idea of Pets in Space, they knew they wanted to work with authors who would bring their concept alive and would understand their desire to give back to the veteran community through donating a portion of profits to hero-dogs.

I have had the privilege of working with the authors of Pets in Space 1 and Pets in Space 2 in helping with the marketing of the anthologies and they have been awesome projects to work on. Not only are we on target to give a sizeable donation to hero-dogs, Embrace the Romance 2 also made the USA TODAY Bestsellers list which is pretty darn good for a full priced anthology!

So, during what we are calling Veterans Week in the lead up to Veterans Day on November 11th, I would like to say thank you to our 12 authors for giving us hours of reading pleasure and for reminding us of the value of giving back.

It is my pleasure to share my favorite review for each author’s story in Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2. It was hard to choose just one! but here we go:


Reader Review for S.E. Smith

“Family and friends come first. Be loyal, be true and love them like there is no tomorrow.” That’s a line out of S.E. Smith’s contribution to this wonderful anthology and it sums up what the anthology is about for me. It’s about love and loyalty, between animal and human, between humans, between humans and aliens. It’s all love. There are some rough, sad moments here, too, but the overarching feel of this anthology is very positive, which I personally need in these days of inexplicable, incomprehensible mayhem.”

S.E. Smith is a New York Times/USA TODAY Bestselling Author who encourages readers to reach for the stars and embrace the action, adventure, family, friendship, and true love that is found in the worlds she creates. http://sesmithfl.com

Reader Review for M.K. Eidem

“What’s not to like? You get to contribute to a worthy cause while enjoying books M.K. Eidem & more… My faves were A Grim Pet!

I’m really excited about all that happened in A Grim Pet!!! The stories are set up for Ull, Trisha, Callan & Rebecca; but what’s in store for Carly & Miki with their gifts from the Raptor? And all the expectant moms? (Will they find ways to import chocolate?) And the other women from Earth interviewing & choosing? It’s going to be torture waiting for the next book! Happy Reading!”

USA Today Bestselling author, M.K. Eidem has always loved to read and writing is just a natural extension of this for her. http://www.mkeidem.com

Reader Review for Susan Grant

“Star Puppy! Could there be a better title? Two of my most favourite things, and written by one of my favourite authors, so I already knew I was going to love this novella before I even started it. It’s good to be right! I enjoyed this story very much! ….This is a story to tug at the heartstrings, and make you teary with happiness by the end. And seek out your own puppy to cuddle!”

Bestselling, award-winning author Susan Grant is a USAF veteran who loves writing romantic, action-packed stories featuring gutsy woman and honorable men. http://www.susangrant.com

Reader Review

“From the world of the series A World Beyond, this one is a great danger-filled plot both for a pair of lovers in which the lady hides her fear of love hurting her behind a tough exterior while a former soldier scarred by his past puts it all on the line for her. A loyal, heroic war dog and a mystery bring them together.

I loved this one, but also felt it would be even better as a full-length. And, another that I definitely want to go back for more of the author’s books.”

Michelle Howard is a sci-fi romance author with a love for angsty HEA’s. https://michellehowardwrites.com/

Reader Review for Cara Bristol

“This whole set is full of sweet stories and for a great cause. My favorite story was by Cara Bristol, “Rescued by the Cyborg.” It had my favorite characters in it. A Faria, a cyborg and a kitten. The Faria are aliens with wings, shimming skin and tactile hair. Add in gorgeous Cyborgs enhanced by technology and a kitten. Whew you have got a fabulous story. It is a fantastically written story of romance.”

USA Today bestselling author Cara Bristol writes science fiction romance with heart, heat, and humor. http://carabristol.com/

Reader Review for Veronica Scott

“This was another story I was really curious about in this set as I really enjoyed Veronica Scott’s story in Pets in Space 1 and have read two of her full length novels by now as well. Songbird was a great read, I flew through it. It had a solid story with a bit of danger, music, two great main characters and two awesome pets.”

Scifi romance author Veronica Scott grew up in a house with a library as its heart. Dad loved science fiction, Mom loved ancient history and Veronica thought there needed to be more romance in everything. https://veronicascott.wordpress.com/

Reader Review for Pauline Baird Jones

 “I want to bring to your attention is Time Trap by Pauline Baird Jones. Once again, Ms. Jones tackles time travel with her usual quirky humor. This time, she uses a manhole cover to effect the time travel. It’ll make you think twice about stepping on one of those when you walk down the street.”

Pauline Baird Jones doesn’t love reality, so she writes perilously fun books mixed with romance and humor. http://www.paulinebjones.com/

Reader Review

“My favourite story was Courting Disaster – Stardog 2 by Laurie Green. Stardog was so cute! I want one. I really like Laurie Green’s writing style. So smooth and easy to read. Even in a short novella she managed to make her characters come to life. I am in awe of the scifi detail she manages to draw. Add in a decent plot and the story was perfect.”

Laurie A. Green is a three-time RWA Golden Heart® finalist, an award-winning author, and a science fiction romance enthusiast who founded the SFR Brigade community of writers. http://www.laurieagreen.com/

Reader Review

“Sensate is the story of an artificial intelligence come to life and desiring a body which in turn gives two lonely people a second chance at romance. Marco and Zara were once lovers until he walked away. Ru, his sentient com, brings him back to Zara. A deadly adventure make them both see the truth about their feelings and dreams.

I loved this story, the characters, especially Ru, and am intrigued by the great world of the Alien Attachments series. This worked well as a standalone mostly, but I confess to being confused by the ‘psi’ element that was introduced and played a part, but wasn’t explained much. I’ll have to go back and read the earlier books in the series.”

Sabine Priestley is a travel addict, beach-loving, stargazing disruptor. http://sabinepriestley.com/

Reader Review

“This is a standalone side story set in the Defenders universe of stories. It was a sweet ‘blue-collar’ romance between a space soldier and a lonely, but dreaming kitchen worker who fears Gib is just one more person to take from her and leave. Gib wants to prove her wrong, but duty calls him away. A cute little tibbar pet saves the day. This was one of those stories that was complete and brought great emotion to the story.”

Jessica E. Subject is the author of science fiction romance, including the Galactic Defenders series, ranging from sweet to super hot. http://markofthestars.com/

Reader Review

“This story stood well alone. It gave enough hints at the broader world of the series, but lacked nothing in its own right. I loved that there are aliens, cyborg spec ops teams, psychically gifted humans and more being offered which I will definitely check out in the future.”

Carol Van Natta writes science fiction and fantasy, including the award-winning Central Galactic Concordance space opera series, and paranormal romance and retro SF comedy. http://author.carolvannatta.com/

Reader Review

“A great ending to this anthology. Mascot featured an unique plant animal that was the mascot of a space station. I liked how this one took place on a space station, it made for a fun setting. This one was pretty plot focused, with the romance more as a side plot line, it fit the story. I did struggle a bit with the different factions and politics as we didn’t get as much information about that, but even without that the plot was still easy to follow.

It was well written, with some nice twists and interesting characters. I liked the camaraderie between everyone on the space station and how they banded together. The romance was well done and I liked how it took some time to develop. There was quite a bit going on in this story, but it didn’t feel rushed. A great read.”

Alexis Glynn Latner writes fantasy and science fiction romantic adventure.  http://www.alexisglynnlatner.com/

Veterans Week Giveaways by Pets in Space Authors

Many of our authors are running contests during the week leading up to Veterans Day (which is why we are calling it Veterans Week) so that we can give as big a donation as possible to hero-dogs. Here is a round up of contests and giveaways for you to enter and to share with your friends:

Pauline Baird Jones & Veronica Scott

Get a free copy of Star Cruise: Stowaway by Veronica Scott and The Real Dragon by Pauline Baird Jones from Pets in Space 1.

Click here for all the goodness: http://www.paulinebjones.com/did-you-miss-the-first-pets-in-space

Giveaway Ends: November 11th, 2017


M.K. Eidem

Go in the running to win a signed M.K. Eidem paperback copy of Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2.

Click here to enter: http://www.mkeidem.com/giveaways/win-5-personally-signed-mk-eidem-paperbacks/

Giveaway ends: November 11th, 2017


Laurie A. Green

Win a free PRINT copy of USA TODAY bestseller Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 (plus bonus drawing). Entering is easy, just leave a comment at Laurie’s web site here: http://www.laurieagreen.com/drawing-for-a-print-book/

Giveaway Ends: November 7th, 2017


Veronica Scott

Veronica Scott is giving away a signed Embrace the Romance paperback, a tote, Star Trek Cats, one of her ‘official’ Robots, and a sticker.

Click here to enter: https://veronicascott.wordpress.com/2017/11/06/embrace-the-romance-pets-in-space-2-excerpt-giveaway/

Giveaway Ends: November 11th, 2017


Sabine Priestley

Enter to win a hard copy of Embrace the Romance! That bad boy is over 800 pages! And because of that US only. Sorry!!

All you have to do is follow me around. So to speak. Lol. Here’s the link:
http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/f9e74d3f5/

Giveaway Ends: November 9th, 2017


Cara Bristol

Cara is giving a bookmark to anyone/everyone who comments on her blog post on Nov. 6th. Get a free bookmark in the Veterans week!

Click on the link to claim your bookmark: Here you go: http://carabristol.com/2017/11/get-a-free-bookmark-in-the-veterans-week-giveaway-veteransday-petsinspace/

Giveaway Ends: November 6th, 2017


S.E. Smith

Grandma Pearl is hosting a giveaway and all you need to do is answer one easy question. Up for grabs is a Grandma Pearl travel cup, a Grandma Pearl’s 20 Rules for Living tote bag, and an Embrace the Romance paperback.

http://sesmithfl.com/giveaways/grandma-pearl-giveaway-sfr-pnr/

Giveaway Ends: November 11th, 2017

 

Did you miss A Mate for Matrix: Cyborg Protection Unit from the first Pets in Space anthology? (It is currently not publicly available). Well, I have a special bonus for those that missed it and would like to read Matrix and Jana’s story!

Send in a copy of your receipt or a screenshot to getmybookoutthere@gmail.com showing proof of purchase for the USA TODAY Bestselling anthology Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 and I’ll send you a FREE copy of A Mate for Matrix! This story was part of the 2016 Library Journal Award winning anthology, Pets in Space. This is a limited time offer!

Giveaway Ends: November 11th, 2017

A GRIM PET – Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space

Please meet my grand fur baby, Kota. He a black lab and just 4 months old. He is growing fast with a tail that is always wagging and a tongue that’s always out. I can’t wait to have more fun with him.

MK Eidem Kota

My story in Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space is A GRIM PET, a novella in the Tornian Series Grim’s two young daughters discover an injured raptor and their love, faith, and kindness creates far-reaching consequences no one expects.

I hope you get your copy today. Here’s the link: Http://www.petsinspaceantho.com

“Street Dogs” in Space

by Susan Grant

I had a blast writing about Trysh, Rornn, Puppy, and the crew of Bezos Station, a city in space above the planet of Barésh. Puppy is a canine type of animal called a “yipwag” in the local dialect. Since Barésh is a poor colony where families barely have enough food to feed their families, few can afford pets. In my travels around the world, I’ve seen people share even the most meager amounts of food with pets. In most places, dogs aren’t fed prepared pet food. In Bangkok, for instance, I watched dogs happily gobble up plates of rice, vegetable scraps, and fish. When I traveled with my family to Polynesia, we met some “beach dogs” that survived on fish they caught or got washed up—and probably scraps from tourists (like my kids).

Beach Dogs

But they’re the luckier ones. On the planet of Barésh and many poor Earth villages, dogs live in the streets and starve because there’s not enough to share. It’s made me realize how easy it is to take having pets for granted. Since the plight of street dogs breaks my heart, I wanted to write stories where the street dogs have a happy ending. In The Prince, the Pilot, and the Puppy (Star Puppy) and its companion story Star Hero, I promise you that the street dogs have a happy ending.

Please enjoy this excerpt where Rornn, the alien prince, holds Puppy for the first time:

Rornn never held a puppy in his life. As he reached for the barking little creature, he glimpsed tiny, needlelike teeth, a small pink tongue. The peculiar and foul odor of the Barésh Colony wafted from its patchy coat as he cupped his hands around its body. There was no soft, rounded belly like those of the Earth puppies he had glimpsed in Texas. Sharp bones poked out from under loose skin. He could feel every internal organ. This tiny, impossibly fragile thing was near starvation. At first, his motivation had been to impress Trysh, to compete with Jack for her affections, but all that drained away upon feeling the yipwag’s terror. Gently, he held her little body against his chest, sensing she would want to feel the beating of another living thing’s heart. He knew he would.

“You are safe with me. I will not let anything happen to you. You are home.” He knew not where that last sentiment came from, but, somehow, he felt it in his soul. The puppy trembled so hard he felt the vibrations go up his arms. Then, after a few seconds, the trembles eased.

Then there was silence.

The Marine stared. “Did it die?”

“That or my eardrums are permanently damaged,” growled the MP.

For a terrifying instant Rornn thought he had killed it. But the puppy made a few soft grunting sounds as she rooted around with her nose. Something inside him melted as she placed one impossibly small paw over his heart. Rornn grinned at the surprised people around him, skipping over Jack to wink at Trysh, who watched him with the kind of gaze he had waited to see since the day he first met her. His grin grew even wider. “They don’t call me Charming for nothing.”


Bestselling, award-winning author Susan Grant is a USAF veteran who loves writing romantic, action-packed stories featuring gutsy woman and honorable men. http://susangrant.com

Find out what happens next in Embrace the Romance, Pets in Space 2! http://www.petsinspaceantho.com/pets-space-2-embrace-romance-2/

 

Best Secondary Character/Animal in a Romance

by Michelle Howard

One word-Frieka. Frieka is one of the best secondary character/animal written in a book and he’s a cyber timber wolf. I read Jane’s Warlord by Angela Knight many moons ago and what amazed me the most (aside from a great romance and all sorts of hotness from the hero) was how well she created a secondary character who was an animal and managed to make him an integral part of the story. Never had a book stuck more with me. Mainly because I’d never read what I now consider sci-fi romance. Barak, the hero, would not have been who he was if not for Frieka. The dialogue, the exchanges and the genuine friendship between Frieka and Barak is truly amazing.

Now my K9 Bogan is not on Frieka’s level by far but writing a story with an animal in it allowed me a moment of pure joy to include a dog with a personality worthy enough of standing by my hero. Can’t wait to hear reader thoughts on my pet in Wired For Love in Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2.


Michelle Howard is a Sci-fi romance author with a love for angsty HEA’s. www.michellehowardwrites.com

Twelve leading SFR authors, twelve original never released stories in Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2… supporting Hero-Dogs.org and our veterans.

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