To coincide with the release of the WWII movie Dunkirk, I'm joining a group of authors, who have written a novel set in WWII, to showcase our novels in a month long event.
Read below for more information.
Are you ready for Dunkirk? So are we! And we’re not just talking about Christopher Nolan's upcoming summer blockbuster movie. Beyond the major motion picture, there is Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Novel Sale.
Discounted Books for 99c/p each
40+ authors of the Facebook Second World War Club have joined together for the "Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Novels Sale". From July 21-27 (the opening week of “Dunkirk”), we will discount a selection of our books to 99c/p to bring you more riveting tales of WWII from around the world.
This is a great chance to discover some awesome WWII stories. To find out more, go to: http://alexakang.com/dunkirk-book-sale/
We have tons of fun and interesting online events planned including:
Prizes & Giveaways
- A promo week giveaway of “Dunkirk: The History Behind the Major Motion Picture” by Joshua Levine
- A Rafflecopter giveaway of 11 paperback copies of some of the fiction novels that will be part of this sale.
- A 7-day giveaway of 7 audio copies of “The Importance of Being Churchill” by Lorri Moulton
Join us too for:
6/26 A viewing Dunkirk Promo Official Trailer
6/29 A viewing of the book trailer for “Girl at Dunkirk” by David Spiller
7/3 A viewing of the book trailer for “The Yankee Years” by Dianne Ascroft
7/5 A viewing of the book trailer for “45th Nail” by Ian Lahey
7/7 Our Authors’ Pick of the Top 40 WWII Movies of all times.
7/10 A viewing of the book trailer for “Unrelenting” by Marion Kummerow
7/13 A viewing of the book trailer for “Luzon” by Richard Barnes
7/14 The Book Speak Podcast reading of Roberta Kagan’s “All My Love, Detrick”
7/17 Part One of our special two-part blog series on Dunkrik by Suzy Hendersen
7/19 A viewing of the book trailer for “Eternal Flame” by Alexa Kang
7/21 Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale begins with The Book Speak Podcast reading of “The Girl at Dunkirk” by David Spiller
7/22 Part Two of our special two-part blog series on Dunkirk by by Jeremy Strozer
7/24 Movie review of Dunkirk by Alexa Kang
Bookmark this page and be sure you won’t miss out: http://alexakang.com/dunkirk-book-sale/
My own WWII novel is Broken Hero.
Audrey Pearson's life changed dramatically when WWII broke out and her large home, Twelve Pines on the East Yorkshire coast, became a convalescence home for wounded soldiers. Her life is no longer lavish with entertainment, beautiful clothes and surrounded by a loving family. Soldiers, physically and mentally wounded now fill her home. The smell of disinfectant replaces her mother's perfume and gone are the friends and acquaintances - instead nurses roam the hallways.
Captain Jake Harding, a doctor training in psychiatry arrives at Twelve Pines. Audrey immediately finds herself attracted to the Captain, but he is remote towards her. Puzzled by his cold behaviour, Audrey tries to learn more about the handsome Captain. He reveals that he's lost a wife and baby in childbirth and refuses to ever remarry.
However, despite this, Audrey believes she can change his mind and make him aware he doesn't have to spend his life alone.The ice around Jake's heart begins to melt. For years he has rejected the possibility of finding love again because of the pain it caused him before, but the beautiful Audrey shows him her love and she needs someone to love her in return.
Could he honestly walk away from her, from the love that could be his?
Available in paperback and for Kindle and all other online forms of reading devices like Kobo and Apple iBooks.
All Amazon: myBook.to/BrokenHero
Apple iBook https://goo.gl/1oY8BH