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D-Day 70th Anniversary Blog Tour – Cara Putman

WWII_CaraD-Day 70th Anniversary Blog Tour

June 2-13, 2014

Welcome to the D-Day 70th Anniversary Blog Tour! Ten authors of Christian World War II novels are commemorating the brave men who stormed the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944. Thank you for joining us as we remember their heroism and sacrifice.

For more information on the blog tour and for a chance to win ALL TEN novels featured on our blog tour, please visit each blog, collect the answers to the questions, and enter the Rafflecopter giveaway on the BLOG TOUR PAGE.

 

Today’s stop

Visit with Cara Putman, author of Shadowed by Grace, a novel about the Monument’s Men. I adored this story! You can read my review here.

3 Responses to “D-Day 70th Anniversary Blog Tour – Cara Putman”

  1. Connie Brown

    I didn’t know about the monuments men until just recently. I think what they did was fantastic.

  2. Meredith

    Sarah – I’m having a hard time getting Cara’s page up, basically nothing shows up just a blank screen.
    I just love this time period, an older gentleman and I had a chance to talk at a church function and I found out he parachuted into Notmandy and made his way across Germany into Vienna! My mom and I are having lunch with him this Sunday after church to continue the discussion!!!
    My dad’s father was also in WW II, he was in the Africa Campaign as well as the Pacific Campaign, I never had a chance to know him and I only found out this just recently after doing a ancestry search online.
    My dad’s violin partner was also in WW II, he served on the USS Wasp, my younger sister had a report to do for school and she picked him. He came over armed with photos and stories and such all about his time, including how when the USS Wasp was going through the Panama Canal the carrier deck was so wide that it took out every light post lining the canal!
    I’ll never get tired of hearing these stories and I hope to one day go to Europe and visit Normandy, see where the different battles were fought and pay tribute to those who perished.