Remembering Warriors Bundle
In commemoration of the World War One Centenary (1918-2018)
One hundred years ago, in 1918, the Great War ended after four terrible years. Never had the world seen such a conflict. All touched by its scythe hoped we would never be thusly reaped again. Their hopes were but desperate dreams. Since that first armistice, there have been many more battles, and thousands have given their lives or their health to preserve freedom and escape from tyranny.
A hundred years after the first armistice we still remember and honour those brave souls. But still, the soldiers fall, for the War to End All Wars did not.
Comrades in Arms by Kevin J Anderson https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/comrades-arms
Outside the Walls by A.L. Butcher and Diana L. Wicker https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/outside-walls
Norman Blood by Barbara G. Tarn https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/norman-blood
The Rise of a Warrior by Harvey Stanbrough https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/rise-warrior
Total War by Russ Crossley https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/total-war
Resonant Bronze by J.M, Ney-Grimm https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/resonant-bronze
Siren by Blaze Ward https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/siren
The Museum of Modern Warfare by Kristine Kathryn Rusch https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/museum-modern-warfare
Nothing for Nothing by Harvey Stanbrough https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/nothing-for-nothing
The Rescue by Blaze Ward https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/nothing-for-nothing
Soldier, Storyteller by Linda Maye Adams https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/soldier-storyteller
Heroes of Old by Russ Crossley https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/heroes-old
With a Broken Sword by Stefon Mears https://bundlerabbit.com/products/detail/with-broken-sword
10% of the royalties from the Remembering Warriors bundle will go to the http://www.britishlegion.org.uk/ plus another 10% to https://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/ two charities that support wounded and ex-service personnel and their families, in commemoration of the World War I centenary.