Feature & Follow Blog Hop #2

Posted on Sunday, December 29, 2013 11:30 PM
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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted jointly by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. This blog hop is a way for bloggers to find new followers and new friends. You can follow me by any of the links on the right. Don’t forget to leave a comment below.
RULES
o    (Required) Follow the Follow My Book Blog Friday Hosts {Parajunkee & Alison Can Read}
o    (Required) Follow our Featured Bloggers
o    Put your Blog name & URL in the Linky thing. You can also grab the code if you would like to insert it into your posts.
o    Grab the button up there and place it in a post, this post is for people to find a place to say “hi” in your comments and that they are now following you.
o    If you are using WordPress or another CMS that doesn’t have GFC (Google Friends Connect) state in your posts how you would like to be followed
o    Follow Follow Follow as many as you can, as many as you want, or just follow a few. The whole point is to make new friends and find new blogs. Also, don’t just follow, comment and say hi. Another blogger might not know you are a new follower if you don’t say “HI”
o    If someone comments and says they are following you, be a dear and follow back. Spread the Love…and the followers
o    If you’re new to the follow Friday hop, comment and let me know, so I can stop by and check out your blog!

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When did you start blogging?
I am a relatively new blogger and started my blog in May 2013.
What is your favorite part of book blogging?
I love reading book reviews for books that pique my interest, so starting in 2014 I will be opening my blog up for book reviews. I will also be opening my blog up for guest posts and author interviews.
What type of books do you mainly blog about?
Romance, Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance, Contemporary Romance, Suspense/Thrillers, Literary Fiction 
What is your favorite book(s)?
I have way too many favorite books to pick just one exclusively, but one of my favorites is Whisper of Warning by Laura Griffin.
What has been the best thing that has happened to you because of book blogging?
Meeting other cool bloggers! 


This Week's Question

Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! What books did Santa stuff your stocking with this holiday season? Do a holiday book haul for us! If you don’t celebrate just show off your books that you got this week. Pictures!!!




Loren Mathis

FREE BOOK MONDAYS

Posted on Monday, December 23, 2013 1:22 AM
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This Monday, I have selected a range of currently free books/novellas from different genres including romance, thrillers, and young adult paranormal. I hope that at least one of these selections piques your interest!



1. Free Agent (Mustangs Baseball) by Roz Lee [Novella]
3. Clouded Rainbow by Jonathan Sturak
4. Seven Days from Sunday by MH Sargent
5. Dark Creations: Gabriel Rising (Part 1 & 2) by Jennifer Martucci and Christopher Martucci
Loren Mathis

Feature & Follow Blog Hop #1

Posted on Saturday, December 21, 2013 11:29 AM
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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted jointly by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. This blog hop is a way for bloggers to find new followers and new friends. You can follow me by any of the links on the right. Don’t forget to leave a comment below.
RULES
o    (Required) Follow the Follow My Book Blog Friday Hosts {Parajunkee & Alison Can Read}
o    (Required) Follow our Featured Bloggers
o    Put your Blog name & URL in the Linky thing. You can also grab the code if you would like to insert it into your posts.
o    Grab the button up there and place it in a post, this post is for people to find a place to say “hi” in your comments and that they are now following you.
o    If you are using WordPress or another CMS that doesn’t have GFC (Google Friends Connect) state in your posts how you would like to be followed
o    Follow Follow Follow as many as you can, as many as you want, or just follow a few. The whole point is to make new friends and find new blogs. Also, don’t just follow, comment and say hi. Another blogger might not know you are a new follower if you don’t say “HI”
o    If someone comments and says they are following you, be a dear and follow back. Spread the Love…and the followers
o    If you’re new to the follow Friday hop, comment and let me know, so I can stop by and check out your blog!

***
When did you start blogging?
I am a relatively new blogger and started my blog in May 2013.
What is your favorite part of book blogging?
I love reading book reviews for books that pique my interest, so starting in 2014 I will be opening my blog up for book reviews. I will also be opening my blog up for guest posts and author interviews.
What type of books do you mainly blog about?
Romance, Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance, Contemporary Romance, Suspense/Thrillers, Literary Fiction 
What is your favorite book(s)?
I have way too many favorite books to pick just one exclusively, but one of my favorites is Whisper of Warning by Laura Griffin.
What has been the best thing that has happened to you because of book blogging?
Meeting other cool bloggers!
This Week's Question Pick a book in your favorite genre that you’d recommend to a reluctant reader. For romantic suspense, I would suggest that a reluctant reader read Kiss and Tell by Cherry Adair





Loren Mathis

Write Edit Publish December Blog Hop: Traditions

Posted on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 12:29 AM
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Season’s Greetings Everyone!

I was invited to participate in this blog hop by Denise Covey. You can find her great blog here

My family celebrates the Christmas holiday, and each year we celebrate at one of our family member’s homes. Usually, our celebration takes place at my parents’ house, but this year everyone will be taking part in the festivities at my sister’s home. Regardless of the venue, excellent home-cooked Southern food is always to be expected. So for this blog hop post, I wanted to share two of my absolute favorite sides/desserts with you all: butternut squash pie and oyster stuffing.

Like always, I’d rather start with dessert. My mother is known for her butternut squash pie and it is simply delicious. If you like pumpkin pie, you’ll definitely love butternut squash pie. And if you’re not all that crazy about pumpkin pie, you’ll still probably like it! If you make it right, it’s light, fluffy, has a slightly nutty taste to it, and is completely delectable. I have posted a recipe for it that you can find online (can’t be divulging my mom’s secret recipe for her version!).

Butternut Squash Pie Recipe [Recipe from Southernfood.about.com]

      1 unbaked and chilled 9-inch pie shell
1 large butternut squash, cooked and pureed, about 1 1/2 cups pureed squash
1 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed
3 large eggs
3/4 cup evaporated milk or half-and-half
1 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon melted butter
1 teaspoon vanilla

How to Prepare:

Squash Preparation:
Slice the squash in half lengthwise; remove stem and scoop out the seeds. Place the squash, cut side down, on a foil-lined oiled baking pan; add about 1/2 cup of water to the pan. Cover loosely with foil and bake at 400° for 45 to 55 minutes, or until the squash is tender and can be easily pierced with a fork. Let cool completely then peel and mash or puree the squash or put it through a food mill. Measure 1 1/2 cups of the squash and set aside.
Reduce oven to 350° F and position an oven rack in the center of the oven. In a mixing bowl with electric mixer, beat the squash with the brown sugar. Add eggs, evaporated milk, spices salt, flour, butter, and vanilla. Beat until well blended. Pour the filling into the chilled pie and place on the center oven rack. Bake for 45 to 55 minutes, or until set. Check after about 35 minutes and loosely set a ring of foil or a pie crust protector over the browned crust so it won't get too dark. When the filling is set, transfer the pie to a rack to cool. Serve just warm or at room temperature with a dollop of whipped topping or whipped cream.
My second favorite item that we always have for Christmas is oyster stuffing. It’s a rare treat that we only have during the holidays and it’s excellent. You should consider this if you want to spice up your regular stuffing offering.
Oyster Stuffing Recipe  [Recipe from Food.com]

1 lb bread, including crusts (10 cups packed and cubed)
1 pint oyster, raw
4 -8 tablespoons butter
1 cup celery, finely chopped
2 cups onions, chopped
1/4-1/2 cup fresh parsley, minced
1 tablespoon sage, minced
1 tablespoon thyme, minced
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper, ground
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg, freshly grated
1/8 teaspoon clove, ground
1 cup chicken stock
2 large eggs, well beaten (optional)

How to Prepare:

Preheat oven to 400°F and toast the bread until golden brown on the middle rack.  Turn into a large bowl.

Meanwhile heat butter until melted and foam subsides. Add onions and celery and cook about 5 minutes until tender.

Remove from heat and stir in the spices.

Stir in the bread cubes, and drained oysters and toss well, until the stuffing is moist, but not packed together; stir in the stock and eggs. Put in bird while moist, remoisten and adjust spices as necessary. If cooked in a casserole dish at 350°F until heated through with a crust on the outsides, 25 to 40 minutes.

Oyster juice may be used in place of some of the stock.

Read more: <a href="http://www.food.com/recipe/oyster-stuffing-4366?oc=linkback">http://www.food.com/recipe/oyster-stuffing-4366?oc=linkback</a>
Loren Mathis

FREE BOOK MONDAYS!

Posted on Monday, December 16, 2013 1:00 AM
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Who doesn’t love freebies—especially free books? You can start your week off right by tuning into my blog where I will post links to currently free Amazon Kindle books every Monday!  I will try to post books from many different genres, but most will be from the romance, suspense/thrillers, and literary fiction genres. I hope that some of them pique your interests, my fellow bibliophiles!

This Monday my picks are:

3. Tangled Beauty by K.L. Middleton


Loren Mathis

GUEST BLOGGERS WANTED!

Posted on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 3:39 PM
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Hello Everyone!

Starting in January, I'm opening my blog for guest bloggers to post every Friday. I'd love to host other authors (all genres welcome!) to help them promote their books and websites. Click on the Guest Bloggers Wanted icon on the lower right hand side of the page to be redirected to the sign-up calendar. Once you've signed up for a slot, shoot me a quick email at lorenmathis@live.com to let me know whether you would like to do an author interview or a guest post.

Also, sometime in the New Year, I will start posting book reviews on my blog. As a personal policy, I will only post reviews for books that I have enjoyed--so books that I would rate 3* or above. I will be starting school full-time in Jan. to complete additional studies AND writing nearly full-time, so my reviews will be very... sporadic!

Thanks!
Loren
Loren Mathis
Posted on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 4:01 PM
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"The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love and to be greater than our suffering."

                                                                                                                        |  Ben Okri
Loren Mathis
Posted on Saturday, November 2, 2013 2:53 PM
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             “Don't spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door. ” 

                                                                 
                                                       |  Coco Chanel
Loren Mathis
Posted on Sunday, October 13, 2013 5:11 PM
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"The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best."
|  Epictetus  
Loren Mathis

Does love in a romance novel parallel love in real life?

Posted on Wednesday, September 18, 2013 2:20 PM
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I read an interesting article yesterday in a back issue of Psychology Today, which questioned whether love in a romance novel parallels love in real life. In the article, Maryanne Fisher analyzed whether romance novels actually reflect what women want in their real life relationships. To put simply, do women really want the multi-millionaire, “bad boy” who by a miracle of birth happens to be both incredibly good-looking and an intellectual giant. I would say that this inquiry is difficult if not impossible to answer in a “yes” or “no” format. Like many questions, the answer is “it depends.” In so far as a woman desires some level of safety, to know that her partner will always be there for her and has the means to protect her, then yes some of the above traits may be useful. But I think it’s erroneous to assume that simply because a man has financial means he also has the “emotional” wherewithal. Likewise, while the bad boy is fun—and I’ve had my run-ins with a few—for the most part that type of relationship is fleeting (though obviously there are exceptions to that). While some romance novels do reflect relationships that theoretically a woman should want others may not. But at the end of the day, romance novels should be fun and have some degree of escapism. And the swoon-worthy “bad boy” alpha males are pretty fun to write about AND read about at the end of the day! Any thoughts?
Loren Mathis

Four Star Review from Readers’ Favorite

Posted on Saturday, September 14, 2013 2:19 PM
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My editorial review from Readers’ Favorite is in … FOUR STARS for my novel Pushed to the Edge!!! Read more here.
Loren Mathis

Always Remember

Posted on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 2:16 PM
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Always Remember September 11, 2001. No matter how old you get, no matter how fuzzy your memory becomes, some moments in time will always remain clearly etched in your mind. Twelve years ago today, I was in my sophomore year of high school. My first class of the day was U.S. History. Our teacher had given us a year-long writing project, and that morning we were supposed to conduct research at the library. Nothing could have prepared us for what we were going to see when we entered the library at around 9 am that morning.

We were all so sheltered. Growing up in a tight-knit, rural town, I don’t think that any of us had ever seen true evil. The librarian was screaming as we walked in, “They’re bombing us!” Being skeptical teenagers, we thought that our librarian who was known for her eccentricities was just being, well, theatrical. Our eyes followed the finger that she was pointing at the television mounted on the wall. A news station was playing what looked like a scene from a movie. A scene of a plane hitting the World Trade Center. As graphic as it was, we couldn’t figure out why Ms. O was screaming about a movie. And then it slowly hit us. One by one. This was real life, not a movie.

We were watching a replay of the first plane hitting the Twin Towers. At the moment of realization of that cruel truth, everyone, and I mean everyone broke down in tears. We were watching the last moments of innocent people who had just woken up that morning and gone to work.

 Tragedies happen often it seems. And it’s true that what defines us is not that moment of despair, but instead, the courage and good deeds that arise out of the wreckage. And that is, I think, what 9/11 has become: the remembrance of the 2,996 people who died and the heroes who emerged.

 Always remember.


Loren Mathis

26 Fun Facts About Me

Posted on Saturday, September 7, 2013 2:08 PM
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26 Fun Facts About Me

Do you have any siblings? Yes. I’m the youngest of five, and my sister is about two decades older than me!
What were your favorite subjects in high school?: Language Arts & Biology
What is your favorite drink?: Diet Cherry Pepsi
What is your favorite song at the moment?: At the moment … “Fumble” by Trey Songz
What is your favorite food?: Spaghetti and meatballs
What is the last thing you bought?: Starbucks’ caramel macchiato
Favorite book of all time?: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
Favorite color?: Blue
Do you have any pets?: Not currently, but I’m hoping to buy a puppy soon! 
Favorite Perfume?: Lancome
Favorite Holiday?: Any beach in Barcelona, Spain or Cinque Terre, Italy
Are you married?: Nope
Have you ever been out of the country?: Yes
Do you speak any other language?: Basic Italian and Spanish written & conversational skills
What is your favorite shop?: The Reformation
What is your favorite store?: A tie between Southern Season and Whole Foods
Favorite restaurant?: Bella Monica Italian Restaurant 
When was the last time you laughed?: This morning
Favorite Quote?: “The world breaks everyone and afterward some are strong at the broken places” —-Ernest Hemingway
Favorite Movies?: The Shawshank Redemption, Batman (really all of the ones starring Christian Bale), Jarhead, Zero Dark Thirty
What is your favorite TV show (currently)?: Scandal!!!!
Favorite TV show (of all time)?: The Wire
PC or Mac?: PC
What phone do you have?: Black iPhone 4S
How tall are you?: 5ft 2
Can you cook?: Yes. I love to make chicken & fish dishes!
Loren Mathis
Posted on Sunday, August 25, 2013 2:05 PM
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"You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like there’s nobody listening, And live like it’s heaven on earth."
| William W. Purkey
Loren Mathis

SWIFT STRIKE COVER

Posted on Saturday, August 24, 2013 2:00 PM
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My second novel in my SEAL Team 14 Series, Swift Strike, will be out later this Fall/Winter. Here is the great cover that was created by Syd Gill from Syd Gill Designs:

Loren Mathis

Above Suspicion - Short Story (3rd installment)

Posted on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 1:52 PM
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“Hey, accidents happen,” she replied in a sugary sweet voice, giving  him the best smile she could muster under the circumstances.  It had in fact taken her hours upon hours to redo the research.  Not to mention, having to have the interpreter explain to twelve sets of parents as to why she had to conduct their interviews over again had been beyond uncomfortable.  She was on a rather tight timeline and only had a few more weeks to shore up her research findings until she had to head back to the States.

“How is your research project going, Kevin?  It’s in molec  … molecular astrophysics, right?”
Kevin chuckled.  “No, not quite.  One of my degrees that I’m working on is in molecular physics.  My research project for the summer is involving a placebo-drug controlled testing program for an AIDs vaccination program that may potentially be implemented globally if it’s a success.”
“Oh, I see.  That sounds very impressive.  What exactly do you do in the program?”
“Well I mainly just follow up with the patients.  It’s a double-blind study so neither I nor they are aware of which ones receive the actual vaccine and which receive the placebo.  I basically determine if they are having any side effects, big or small.  The drug trial period lasts for longer than my research project, of course.  In addition, I’m doing most of the scut work—you know running to get the lead researchers glasses of water,” he said with a self-depreciating smile.
“How did you get involved in something like that?”
Kevin laughed again.  “Well, I know some low people in high places.”


Loren Mathis

Pushed to the Edge now Available!

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My debut novel, Pushed to the Edge, is now available for purchase on Amazon!


A wickedly intelligent U.S. Navy SEAL, a strong-willed Latina news reporter, the CIA, the FSB, a rogue terror cell, a murdered youth, and a high-ranking U.S. official … hop on for the ride that is PUSHED. 

The U.S.-Afghanistan War has ended, a new Islamic jihadist terrorist cell has formed, and U.S. Navy SEAL Joshua Laurent and his teammates are racing against the clock to stop a bioterrorist attack on U.S. soil. When Joshua’s ex-girlfriend, newspaper reporter Victoria Sanchez, stumbles upon a dangerous web of drugs and money involving a former U.S. Congressman, the two are reunited once again as they attempt to stop the unthinkable.

PUSHED TO THE EDGE is a fast-paced 83,000+ word multi-cultural, contemporary military romance novel that is set in the Middle East, Germany, Russia, and the United States.
Loren Mathis

Above Suspicion — Short Story (2nd installment)

Posted on Friday, June 14, 2013 1:46 PM
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When Vivienne met Dr. Theron and was told that his organization was starting a summer program to connect top undergraduate and graduate students with global research opportunities, it had been a perfect match.  The focus of Vivienne’s doctoral thesis was about the effect of environmental changes on human behavior.  Specifically, Vivienne’s research over this summer would examine the effect of decreased or increased sexual risk behaviors after dissemination of certain AIDs prevention tactics.

“Hey Davies,” a distinctively masculine voice called out, “are you napping in the sun like a cat?”
Vivienne reluctantly removed the cool towel and looked up at a recent source of annoyance for her: Kevin Chen.  Kevin was one of her fellow humanitarian workers/researchers.  In total the group was very small and consisted of ten graduate students, who each were studying different areas.  Kevin wasn’t exactly a pretty boy heartthrob.  He was taller than most people would expect someone with the last name Chen to be—rightly or wrongly so.  He stood at about 6’0” and had dark brown eyes and hair.
The only thing about his appearance that seemed to be out of place was a rather long jagged scar on the left side of his face.  The scar extended down from his hairline to just halfway above his cheek.  The scar wasn’t puckered, but it was noticeable when the sunlight reflected off his face just so.  Vivienne figured that it was probably the result of some childhood boyish mischief.  Despite this last physical characteristic, he had the total affectation of a nerd.  She could imagine him in high school scurrying down the hallways, wearing suspenders and pocket protectors.
Not that she hadn’t been a nerd herself back in high school.  In fact she’d been both a nerd and more than a little overweight.  In addition, her seemingly permanent “metal mouth”—worn to address a colossal overbite—had been a kiss of death to ever having a high school sweetheart at the small rural town in which she grew up.  Now she had managed to lose most of the weight, the braces, and had grown into an urban chic sense of style.
Unfortunately, unlike her, Kevin had not grown into a sense of style.  He had to be at least twenty-eight years old, and today he was wearing a puke green plaid shirt, khaki pants which were plagued with an assorted array of stains and dark rimmed eyeglasses.  As they say, to each their own.  However, she could still imagine that she and Kevin Chen were kindred spirits of sorts.


Loren Mathis

Above Suspicion - Short Story

Posted on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 1:45 PM
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Hello Readers!

From time to time, I will provide excerpts from my novels and short stories.  Over the next few weeks, I’ll be posting portions of a short story that I wrote called Above Suspicion.  Above Suspicion takes place in Senegal, Africa and it is in the romantic suspense genre.  It involves espionage, human trafficking, AND of course a steamy, romantic story-line.  I’d love to hear your thoughts throughout the weeks!

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ABOVE SUSPICION
Present Day
Senegal, Africa
Part One
It had to be at least 110 degrees out, Vivienne Davies thought as she dipped a blue terry washcloth in a cool basin of water.  After wringing it out with both hands, she placed the cool rag over her face, leaned back in her lawn chair, and let out a loud sigh.
It was around 6:00 pm on a Friday evening, and she was taking a much-needed respite from both the heat and the hustle of the day.  You would think that she would already be used to the African climate.  She had been in Senegal for about three weeks now, so technically she should have been acclimated to the scorching heat.  But, she wasn’t used to it—not by a long shot.
The early hours of the morning were still deceptively cool.  But by around 7:00 AM the sun was hanging high in the sky and blaring down with a vengeance.  Within 10 minutes time, her T-shirt was guaranteed to already be plastered to her back with sweat.  Vivienne was from Seattle, Washington, and there even the hottest of days were never really all that hot.  Most of the days in the Pacific Northwest were cold, damp, and rainy.  As such, Vivienne had learned to love cold, damp, and rainy days.  Back home she had a closet full of colorful galoshes and trendy rain coats to prove it.


Loren Mathis

5 Ways to Show Your Appreciation this Memorial Day

Posted on Sunday, May 26, 2013 1:42 PM
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As Memorial Day approaches, it is a time to reflect as a nation upon the tremendous sacrifices that our men and women in uniform and their families have made in their service to this country.  This article will suggest five ways that you can show your appreciation (throughout the year) to the military heroes in your community.

  1. Honor the fallen.   The purpose of Memorial Day is to honor fallen soldiers so it’s fitting that this be at the top of the list.  One organization that helps to honor soldiers who have died in battle is The Gold Star Family Registry.  The Gold Star Family Registry is an online registry, which allows users to search the database for the names of fallen soldiers and to leave an online tribute in their memory.   You can find more information at http://www.goldstarfamilyregistry.com/.
  2. Say thank you.  This suggestion seems to be common sense, and in a way, goes without saying.  However, oftentimes as we become  immersed in our own day-to-day activities, we may forget to show our appreciation.  This week is the perfect time to make sure that we tell the military members in our community that we appreciate their service.
  3. Volunteer.  Volunteer some of your time at a local organization whose purpose is to help soldiers and their families.  Some organizations to consider include Steps Toward Home and Operation Kid Comfort.  Steps Toward Home is an organization that engages in community-focused fundraisers and helps build homes for returning troops who have been severely wounded in battle.  Operation Kid Comfort provides customized photo quilts for children of deployed troops.
  4. Donate.  If you are able to provide financial assistance to military families, one organization that you can contact is the USO (www.uso.org).  The USO also has a program called “Operation USO Care Package” where you and your family can donate$25 that would sponsor one care package for delivery overseas.  You can also send a “Military Family Care Package” which sends a reverse care package to a serviceman/woman’s family in the U.S.
  5. Foster a Pet.  If you are like me, you love animals.  If you are an animal lover—and have the space to spare—one avenue for giving back is to foster a pet of a deployed troop for the duration of their deployment.  One such organization that matches potential “foster parents” to deployed troops is the Military Pets Foster Project.
I hope that everyone has a fun and safe Memorial Day!

Loren Mathis

5 Reasons Why Women Love Soldiers

Posted on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 1:40 PM
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5 Reasons Why Women Love Soldiers

Everyone knows that women love men in uniform.  I can fairly say that women especially love strong, rugged military men.  It’s not difficult to understand why.  From images like Richard Gere in An Officer & A Gentleman, Jake Gyllenhaal in Jarhead, or Denzel Washington in Courage Under Fire, how can a girl not get a little hot and bothered?  But more enduring than these images of Hollywood military male specimens are the often forgotten real life military heroes who protect us daily.  Here are just some of the traits that women adore in their soldiers:
  • The courage to do what is necessary
  • The strength to undertake dangerous missions
  • An unparalled discipline 
  • A sense of duty to the nation, not just a duty to those immediately around them
  • Loyalty
Loren Mathis

The Navy SEAL Foundation

Posted on Monday, May 13, 2013 1:39 PM
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The Navy SEAL Foundation

For more information about how you can help support U.S. Navy SEALs and their families, check out information on The Navy SEAL Foundation’s website at http://www.navysealfoundation.org/.
Loren Mathis

NEW NOVEL- PUSHED TO THE EDGE

Posted on Thursday, May 9, 2013 1:39 PM
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NEW NOVEL- PUSHED TO THE EDGE

I have an upcoming novel, PUSHED TO THE EDGE, that will be released on 6/24/2013!!  In the next few weeks, I will post a synopsis of the novel, the cover art for PUSHED TO THE EDGE, and the Amazon.com purchase link.
Loren Mathis

Welcome to my Blog

Posted on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 1:37 PM
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Hello Readers!

Welcome to my Blog!  The purpose of this blog is to keep you updated on the progress of all of my new novels.  From time to time, I will also post FREE excerpts of my novels or novellas on this blog.  Make sure to subscribe to my blog so that you can remain in the loop! 
Loren Mathis
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