Author Armand Rosamilia is taking donations to help our Armed Forces by sending them books! This cause has taken off which is the good news. The bad news is that it is very expensive! If you’d like to help, follow the information below and thank you for your help in advance.
We take them either by PayPal (sent to email@example.com) or you can mail a check (made out to me, we’re not a company or anything) with the books or by buying a shirt that will go live tomorrow… or any combination of the three!
If you’d like to purchase a book for a member of the Armed Forces from me — each one will be signed, of course– the cost is $20. This will cover the book, and the postage for me to send it to Armand. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org OR send a payment through paypal to email@example.com and make sure you notate it with ARMED FORCES DONATION.
Note from Me is below!
It is New Years Eve… I’d like to take this time to thank every one of you for such an amazing year. It’s hard being such a private person to live in the small limelight that I’ve been in but it has also been very rewarding.
Most of my life has been spent taking care of others and that has probably brought me the most joy in my life. I helped care for my dad who was terminally ill for many years with end stage renal failure. I helped care for my brother and sister while my mother worked overtime to help pay for all the bills. I helped care for my very ill grandmother. And then as I grew older, I was a stay at home mother to four amazing children.
There is nothing more humbling and fulfilling as knowing you are so heavily relied on.
When I finally decided to write my book, the hardest part was that my father(s) – bio & step – and my grandmother, never got a chance to witness the accomplishment. I have no regrets about putting them first I just wish I could’ve shared the moment with them.
Most people have a bucket list for 40. Mine was to finish The Unsaintly. I did it! The book I’d been writing for ten years was finally done. It survived 4 computer crashes, a move to two new homes, notes scribbled on a napkin, and much more. It’s a rough gem but it’s mine. I wrote it for my family and friends, I wrote it for those who inspired me, and for people who brought me through the darkest hours of my life without ever knowing they did.
But most importantly… I wrote it for me. To show myself that I could do – and finish – whatever I put my mind to.
The unexpected reward.. Is all of you.
Thank you and Happy New Year.