Kindle Countdown Deals for “BAHALA NA (Come What May)” is set to begin on May 25, 2015 (Memorial Day)

Kindle Countdown Deals for BAHALA NA (Come What May)” is set to begin on May 25, 2015 (Memorial Day) at 8:00:00 AM PST.

In remembrance of all veterans, I’m offering my book, “BAHALA NA (Come What May)”, (a WWII novel dedicated to my parents and soldiers who fought in the Philippines during WWII) at a discount price of $.99 on Monday, May 25, 2015 (Memorial Day) at www.amazon.com/author/rosalindarmorgan. The best deal!

“BAHALA NA (Come What May)” is a gripping tale of WWII based on my father’s life and struggles before and during WWII. Gain insight about the Philippines and the Filipino people and how their faith helps them in their struggle through life. “Bahala Na”, “Leave it to God” is one dictum they cling to when they are in trouble.

The price goes up to $1.99 on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.

On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, the price will be $2.99.

On Thursday, May 28, 2015, the price goes up to $3.99, still a dollar off the regular price.

On Friday, May 29, 2015 which happens to be my 45th wedding anniversary, the price goes back to the regular price of $4.99.

So take advantage of the discounted price at www.amazon.com/author/rosalindarmorgan. Price is also discounted at www.amazon.co.uk from £.99 on May 25, 2015, 8:00 AM GMT to £3.96 on May 29, 2015, 8:00 AM GMT.

HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY

Happy Memorial Day and remember . . .

Lest we forget, Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s wars.

Established in the 1860s during the American Civil War, Memorial Day tapped into the general human need to honor our dead who have done so much to serve this great country.

Memorial Day originated in a ceremony called Decoration Day in 1868 was originally observed as a memorial by the northern states to the Union soldiers who died in the Civil War. Memorial Day became a federal holiday in 1971 and has been an annual tribute to those who have given their lives in service to their country. May 30th was initially designated as Memorial Day but an Act of Congress moved Memorial Day to the last Monday in May.

The day has and always should be a day when we all take a moment to honor and reflect upon these men and women of the armed forces who have made the supreme sacrifice in times of wars to protect our freedom. They perished in service to their country and for each and every man, woman, and child who calls the United States home.

My gratitude to all men and women in uniform who served and who are still serving in our armed forces – From Rosalinda R Morgan, author of “BAHALA NA (Come What May): A WWII Story of Faith, Love, Courage, Determination and Survival”, a book dedicated to our soldiers.

Memorial Day Remembrance

Memorial Day has and always should be a day when we all take a moment to remember and honor our veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice in times of war to protect our freedom.  Freedom is not free.  Because of these veterans, our families are free today.  On this Memorial Day, and every day, may each and every one of these brave men and women who served and protected our country know that we are all eternally grateful for their supreme sacrifice.

On May 5, 1986, Waterloo, NY held the first formal, village-wide observance of a day devoted to honoring U.S. war dead.  Memorial Day, originated in a ceremony called Decoration Day, was originally observed as a memorial by the northern states to the Union soldiers who died in the Civil War.  Memorial came into being when John Logan, Union Army General and Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic issued General Order No. 11 fixing May 30 as the annual date “for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in the defense of their country in the late rebellion.  It then grew into a national holiday that honors soldiers killed in all wars.  In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a proclamation designating Waterloo, NY the birthplace of Memorial Day.

May 30th was initially designated as Memorial Day but an Act of Congress moved Memorial Day to the last Monday in May, which only served to take away from its intended purpose as a day to remember our war dead.  Memorial Day became a federal holiday in 1971 and has been an annual tribute to those who have given their lives in service to their country.

Local towns and villages pay homage to America’s fallen veterans, survivors and servicemen and women over Memorial Day weekend with parades, concerts, speeches, memorial services and wreath-laying ceremonies.

On this Memorial Day, and every day, may each and every one of these brave men and women who served and protected our country know that we are all eternally grateful for their supreme sacrifice. 

SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEMORIAL DAY (expires May 31, 2013) – “BAHALA NA (Come What May)” – a WWII novel dedicated to WWII veterans.

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SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEMORIAL DAY

SPECIAL OFFER – For a limited time only – From May 13, 2013 until May 31, 2013.

In honor of our veterans and in celebration of Memorial Day on May 27, 2013, you can get a signed copy of “BAHALA NA (Come What May)”, a WWII novel for a special price of $16.95 with free shipping to anywhere in U.S., Hawaii and Canada.  Please send your name and address together with a check for $16.95 payable to Rosalinda Morgan and mail to Rosalinda Morgan, 3056 Sugarberry Ln., Johns Island, SC 29455.  Envelope has to be postmarked by May 31, 2013.

Book Description:

At a market near Baguio, out of boredom, Benjamin picks up a magazine to pass the time. Little does he know, reading the magazine will turn into an obsessive quest to meet the girl whose picture appeared in the magazine. He sees Adelaide’s picture as “Reyna Elena” and is smitten. And so begins the pursuit of meeting her. Will he ever meet Adelaide?

Then World War II starts and Benjamin is caught in a place 465 kilometers away from home as the Japanese are landing everywhere. How will he get home? The story takes you on a long and perilous journey across the mountains and plains of Northern Luzon, into the war stricken city of Manila into the Japanese occupied provinces. What happens if he encountered the Japanese on the way?

Through the start of the war into the Japanese occupation, Batangueños show their unswerving faith, love, courage and determination in the midst of never-ending struggle to survive. As Gen. MacArthur returns to liberate the Philippines, lives turn into an upheaval as evacuations are the norm of the day.

Bahala Na is a fresh look at the traditions and social mores of the era just before and during World War II. It also describes eyewitness accounts of World War II events that were never written before.