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Cover Reveal: “Eternal Flame”

Ok, by now, you all know I'm not a frequent blogger. I update once in a blue moon when I have news to announce. But that's all right. What I really like doing is not to write blogs, but to write stories that you all love to read. And today, I'm super excited to announce my upcoming new release, Eternal Flame. This is a stand alone story spun out of the Rose of Anzio series. I'm planning to submit this story to Amazon's Kindle Scout program this week, so will have more details about that soon. In the mean time, here's a peak at what's to come.   Eternal Flame ~ A Rose of Anzio Story ~ by Alexa Kang *  *  * "Last night, I loved you a lifetime and more." 16-year-old Julia Olsen’s world is falling apart. Her quarterback boyfriend broke up with her. Her family’s new home under renovation is a mess. Her high school counselor won't stop harping on about her grades. A time-traveling WW2 soldier crashing into her room is the last thing she needs. In 1944, 18-year-old Edmond Ferris answered the draft and headed to war in France. A chance discovery brought him home to Chicago…in 1989! He's back in his own room, except a strange girl is living in it. She drives a Japanese car and she listens to Milli Vanilli, a German band.  Is their encounter an error in time or a will of fate?  Find out in this timeless tale of two…

postcard Michigan Avenue Chicago 1933

Michigan Avenue Bridge 1940

Last week, someone said this about the cover of Book One-Moonlight: "Your Your book blurbs says the story is in Chicago 1940. Why isn't your cover a picture of Chicago? Looks like a picture of some exotic city." Ahhh...but the book cover of Moonlight does show Chicago. It is a view of Michigan Avenue Bridge circa (more…)

Michigan Avenue Bridge Chicago 1940s

Chicago 1940

Rose of Anzio ~ Moonlight begins in the summer of 1940 in Chicago. Back then, the Chicago Board of Education produced a short film about this city, which gives a visual glimpse of the world at that time. When I wrote the story, I imagined Anthony and Tessa's presence everywhere in these footage. [kad_youtube url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JzD9oYLVzY" ] Featured photo courtesy of https://chuckmanchicagonostalgia.wordpress.com/  Subscribe in a reader

epic love story book cover Rose of Anzio Book One Moonlight

Welcome to the Rose of Anzio Blog

If you are feeling nostalgic. If you would like to immerse yourself in a story that takes you back in time. Back to a time when love transcended a world that was crumbling down. And love was the only thing left when all hope was gone. You've come to the right place. Welcome to the Rose of Anzio blog. This blog is dedicated to the Rose of Anzio series, a WWII epic love story about Tessa Graham, a strong-willed young woman who refuses to let the events of war dictate the course of her fate, and Anthony Ardley, an upright young man who must fight to hold on to faith as war slashes away at his moral core and takes away all hope. I started writing Rose of Anzio a little over a year ago. The series comprises of four books, all of which are already written and completed. Book One  ~ Moonlight official release date January 22, 2016 [otw_shortcode_button href="http://bit.ly/RoseofAnzio_MoonlightKD" size="small" icon_position="left" shape="round" target="_blank"]Order[/otw_shortcode_button] Book Two ~ Jalousie Available now on Amazon [otw_shortcode_button href="http://bit.ly/RoseOfAnzio-Jalousie" size="small" icon_position="left" shape="round" target="_blank"]Order[/otw_shortcode_button] Book Three ~ Desire Available now on Amazon [otw_shortcode_button href="http://bit.ly/RoseOfAnzio-Desire" size="small" icon_position="left" shape="round" target="_blank"]Order[/otw_shortcode_button] Book Four ~ Remembrance target release date October 2016   To give you further insights into what life was like for our characters, I will be sharing in this blog many fascinating historical facts and anecdotes about 1940s Chicago, where Book One - Moonlight takes place, and the American Army's experience during the Battle of Anzio as…