About a month ago now, I asked whether you were ready for Dunkirk – and not just the Christopher Nolan film. I was also referring to the Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale. The WWII Epic Book Sale was kicked off by a Giveaway of 11 signed print novels included in the sale. The giveaway has closed and the winners have been notified. So now we’re into Dunkirk Week itself.
The Christopher Nolan film Dunkirk was released on Friday and to celebrate its release more than 50 authors of the FB Second World War Club have joined together for the Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale. From 21-27 July, we are offering you our WWII novels, most at 99c.
Our novels range from military war tales, home front drama and sagas, harrowing accounts of the Holocaust, gripping spy thrillers, moving wartime romances, and much, much more. To see our great selection of WWII books, go to the event page.
As part of the celebration, we’ve also got some great giveaway prizes, including the Grand Prize of a paperback copy of Joshua Levine’s Dunkirk: The History Behind the Motion Picture. No purchases are necessary to enter the drawing. Come visit our book sale page to find out more details about our prizes and how to win.
We’re also bringing to you:
- A two-part blog series about the Dunkirk. You can read the excellent blog posts to learn more about this historical event by two of our authors, Suzy Henderson (The Beauty Shop) and Jeremy Strozer (Threads of War), here: https://lowfellwritersplace.blogspot.co.uk/
- Readings by The Book Speaks podcast of excerpts from All My Love, Detrick by Roberta Kagan plus another novel, both of which are part of the Dunkirk Week Book Sale: https://thebookspeakspodcast.wordpress.com/
- Our authors’ pick of the Top 40 WWII Movies: http://alexakang.com/40-recommended-wwii-films-english/
The Second World War changed our world forever. In our stories, we strive to bring you a glimpse of what happened and how everything happened through the eyes of our characters and to let you share their feelings, emotions, fears, and hopes. We are thankful that director Christopher Nolan is bringing this important part of history to the attention of the wider public, and we will try to continue what he had done through the stories we tell. We hope you’ll enjoy them.
Pop over to our Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale page and have a browse: http://www.alexakang.com/dunkirk-book-sale/