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Sex Idol #FreeBook for a Limited Time #KU #erotica #IARTG

Sex Idol by Shelley Munro

Get your free copy of Sex Idol from Amazon before this special deal ends.

WARNING: This book is an erotic romance, therefore you will find a large number of sex scenes and love scenes. Do not download if this sort of book isn’t to your taste.

Get Ready for Dunkirk #history #giveaways #IARTG

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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 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 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

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/

Grab your FREE copy of Reformed Bad Girl #contemporary #steamy #IARTG

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My contemporary romance, Reformed Bad Girl is available for FREE for a limited time.

Grab your copy now before the deal ends.

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Lazy Days of Summer Book Fair #IARTG #Romance

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Need to fill your Kindle with romances to make the bookworm in you swoon this summer? Want to laze poolside or on the sand with books that’ll heat you up, sizzle your skin, and melt your heart? We’ve got 45+ FREE and bargain $0.99 romances to get you through the rest of summer. From sexy or sweet contemporaries to romantic comedy, historical, paranormal, romantic suspense, erotica, women’s fiction, and Urban fantasy/Sci-fi/fantasy – we’ve got you covered.

My contribution is Reformed Bad Girl. Make sure you grab your free copy.

Go here before the sale ends:  http://traceyalvarez.com/summer-sale/

Sizzling Summer Book Blast #IARTG #99c

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One day only! A 99c sale of paranormal romances.

My book My Cat Burglar is available for 99c (usually $3.99)

To check out the books in the sale visit Paranormal Romance Lovers

Yosemite National Park, US #travel

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United States has some beautiful national parks, and this is one of my favorites — Yosemite National Park. It’s also a favorite with the locals since every time I’ve visited it has been very busy. This is a view of the granite cliffs of El Capitan with summer flowers in the forefront. Gorgeous, isn’t it?

Yosemite National Park was first protected in 1864 and is known for its many waterfalls.

Baldwin Street, World’s Steepest Street #travel

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Baldwin Street in Dunedin, New Zealand is recognized by Guinness World Records as the steepest street in the world. It is 350 meters in length. The lower end of the street is covered in asphalt while the steepest and top end of the street is concrete instead of asphalt. During hot summer days the road used to melt and run down the hill. Concrete proved a better solution. It is a residential street and a mecca for tourists. The locals must get tired of tourists wandering across the street!

Baldwin Street and its steepness came about by accident. The street plan for Dunedin was developed in London, England with no regard for the terrain or consultation with those living in the area. The world’s steepest street is the result.

Each year a local confectionary company drops round candies at the top of the hill, racing them to the bottom as a fundraising event. A girl died after attempting to race down in a wheelie bin. Other stunts have been attempted over the years, some resulting in arrests.

With limited time, I walked halfway up. That was enough for me. Smile

Goat Island Marine Reserve, New Zealand #travel

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The Goat Island Marine Reserve is a popular destination with locals, especially during the summer months. It’s north of Auckland and is the closest place for divers and snorkelers to experience marine life. The reserve, which is 518 hectares in size, was created in 1975 and officially opened in 1977. New Zealanders are keen on fishing and stocks were becoming depleted but the numbers have bounced back due to the reserve. Now, big schools of snapper swim close to the shore. The day I visited, the snapper swam around our legs. There are dozens of other species, including my favorites, the pretty blue maumau.

For those who don’t wish to scuba or snorkel, there is a glass bottom boat that takes tourists out and around part of the island.

The island, known as Goat Island, was called this because sailors left goats there as a source of food. The goats have long gone and the island is now the domain of birds.

If you’re in the area, take a picnic lunch, pack your togs and go for the day, or better yet, stop at the Matakana Farmers’ market for some lunch supplies.

A visit to Goat Island Marine Reserve is a fun day out.

A Nepalese Market #travel

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The Thamel area of Kathmandu, the main city in Nepal, is a shopper’s paradise. There are so many interesting things to look at and food to try. It’s a feast for the senses and a real treat for a photographer.

We purchased a Gurkha knife, much like one of the selection in the photo. A Gurkha knife or a kukri has a curved blade and is used as both a handy implement and a weapon in Nepal. A Swiss Army Knife for the Nepalese people! The Nepalese army soldiers use a kukri as part of their weapon arsenal.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa #travel

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This is a photo of Victoria Falls from the air. During our visit, we saw the magnificent falls from all angles. The flight over was spectacular, but my favorite place to see the falls was from the various view points. You can hear the rumble of the falls from miles away. We also did a sunset cruise on the Zambezi river while my intrepid hubby went white water rafting.

During our visit to the area, I discovered the best T-shirts. I purchased about four and have only one left, which is very thin! I also practiced my Stanley quotes. “Doctor Livingstone, I presume?” *grin*

We were on a budget holiday and stayed at the campground, but we couldn’t resist a visit to the Victoria Falls Hotel, which was built in 1904 and was a first hotel in the area. Following in the footsteps of many famous people, we went a couple of times and had a traditional afternoon tea on the verandah.

I’d love to do a return visit, although some friends stopped there and were disappointed with the amount of water going over the falls. I understand that a dam has reduced the flow.

Apart from the waterfall and the Zambezi river, visitors can see animals and birds, feed the adrenaline junkie within by rafting, bungee jumping, canoeing, and hiking or indulge their love of culture by meeting the locals. There is something for everyone at Victoria Falls.



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