Friday, June 23, 2017

DUNKIRK WEEK - EPIC WWII BOOK SALE 21/7 - 27/7



DUNKIRK MEGA BOOK SALE (WWII) 
While we all anticipate the upcoming release of director Christopher Nolan’s summer blockbuster movie Dunkirk, the authors of the Facebook Second World War Club have joined together to offer you more tales of WWII beyond Dunkirk.
From 7/21 to 7/27, more than 40 WWII fiction authors will discount their books to 99c (99 pence) to bring you back in time to witness the harrowing experience, as well as stories of courage, bravery, and sacrifices, in a war that impacted the entire world.
But that’s not all . . .
In the upcoming weeks and through 7/27, we will be sharing with you on this page:
·         Blog posts on Dunkirk and WWII especially written by some of our authors
·         Podcast readings by The Book Speaks of some of the books to be offered on sale
·         Rafflecopter giveaways of print copies of WWII fiction novels
·         Movie review of “Dunkirk”
·         Our authors’ pick of a list of Top 40 WWII Movies
More Info - Go to:


http://alexakang.com/home/dunkirkweek-booksale-preview/
 My contribution to this sale is - We Never Said I Love you at 99 cents

WE NEVER SAID I LOVE YOU
After surviving the sinking of the Arizona at Pearl Harbor, Adrian Wilson finds himself on yet another ship running the German blockade of England. When this ship is sunk in the Atlantic Ocean, he ends up in an English hospital. Badly wounded and dispirited, he believes he is a jinx. Julie, an English nurse, tends to his emotional and physical wounds and love soon blossoms between them. A foolish misunderstanding leads to a heated argument and he and Julie part in bitterness.
On returning to the hospital to sort things out between them once and for all, Adrian is shocked to discover Julie has been banished because she is pregnant. Amidst the chaos of wartime London, he begins a desperate search for her.




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