Last spring, we released Way of the Warrior, eight passionate love stories about amazing military heroes by bestselling authors,* including Julie Ann Walker, Suzanne Brockmann, and Catherine Mann.
We were particularly excited about this book because to express our gratitude to those who've served, everyone agreed that all author and publisher proceeds would go to the Wounded Warrior Project. If you haven’t heard of the Wounded Warrior Project, here’s a link. Their mission is to honor and empower wounded service members.
I’m excited to announce that after just six months in print, we were able to cut a check for more than $40,000, thanks to the brilliant authors who collaborated on Way of the Warrior and to the many readers who supported our efforts!
Way of the Warrior was the brainchild of Sourcebooks author Julie Ann Walker. She brought us this opportunity to pay tribute to the men and women whose sacrifices keep us safe—true heroes and heroines who deserve a happily ever after.
Thank you to the authors and the readers for making this possible! And most of all, thank you to the men and women who continue to protect our country.
*The other authors who so generously donated their stories are M. L. Buchman, Anne Elizabeth, Lea Griffith, Kate SeRine, and Tina Wainscott.
The Wounded Warrior Project was founded in 2003 and provides a wide range of programs and services to veterans and service members who have survived physical or mental injury during their brave service to our nation. Get involved or register for programs and benefits for yourself and your family online at www.woundedwarriorproject.org.