Roz Denny Fox is Helping Send Books to the Military for the Holidays

Author Roz Denny Fox
Author Roz Denny Fox

Today we welcome award-winning author Roz Denny Fox! Roz and I shared the same editor for years, which how we first met. Roz is a true romance veteran and we could all do well by emulating her dedication to her vocation. Roz supports all and any organizations that help the military, to include  AmVets, Paralyzed Vets, and the VFW.

Do you have a military connection, Roz?

Denny was a Marine and once a marine, always one.

What do you make, bake, create or purchase for the holidays, Roz?

I used to bake and make a lot of candy at the holidays. Took plates full to my work and Denny’s. Now my sugar numbers are too high, so I’ve given that up. I’ve gone to sending more gift cards at Christmas, too.

You will find Roz at the usual, plus a wonderful blog:


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Remember that you can do your part to support our military during the holidays. Harlequin is donating 1 book for every 20 new subscribers to the Geri Krotow Newsletter/Loyal Reader Program. Sign up for my newsletter here.

3 Comments on “Roz Denny Fox is Helping Send Books to the Military for the Holidays

  1. I wanted to stop by and say I hope that a lot of people support the military, not only on upcoming Veterans Day, but throughout the year. If we thought our wars were winding down, I’m afraid we were wrong. There are always people who want to end our democratic way of life, and fortunately we have a fabulous volunteer group of men and women to stand up and fight for us. I hope the books give our soldiers a bit of home. Sending blessings to one and all.

  2. My brother and my dad both served in WWII and many of my close friends and relatives in subsequent conflict. My wholehearted thanks to all who have served, past and present and let it be known how grateful I am for keeping us free.

  3. Hi, Roz! I love that saying that we’re “The Land of the Free BECAUSE of the Brave.” Many people among family and friends have been part of the military, so it’s not a matter of remembering them because they’re always in my heart. Good work, Roz and Geri.

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