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Author Teams Up With Soldiers' Angels Program to Help Veterans

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One man is on a literary crusade to make sure our veterans have the quality of life they deserve.

Cym Lowell, the author Of Jaspar's War, teamed up with the Soldiers' Angels Program to give out free voice controlled laptops.

It's all part of his initiative called operation: Next Chapter.

The laptops allow veterans who may have lost limbs or suffered blindness while serving overseas, to use voice commands to reconnect with the internet.    

Lowell, who is an author, tax attorney and Vietnam veteran says this is the least he can do to give back to our war heroes.     

Lowell explain, "I served in Vietnam fifty years ago now, and memories of heroes I served with and knowing that I heard about the Soldier's Angels program that are providing computers to people who can't use computers, because their hands don't work or their brain doesn't work, to give them computers it enables them to communicate with the world. So what greater blessing could it be for me than to provide enough computers to whittle down that list of two hundred waiting right now plus seventy-five every year?"

Jaspar's War is available on Amazon. 100% of the proceeds go to buying computers for Wounded Warriors.

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