Monday, September 9, 2013

Aloha to Angie Fox and IMMORTALLY EVER AFTER

Immortally Ever After

Over the weekend, my family dined with friends from my "lieutenant days" who live in the local area.  The host family previously lived in Korea, so we shared stories from our recent travels, including the "juicy girl protest" outside Osan Air Base (link).   My mother pointed out, "It sounds like an episode of MASH."  Indeed, visiting Korea gave me a greater appreciation for the humor behind the popular 70s series, MASH, featuring the dedicated (but outrageous) staff of the 4077th Mobile Surgical Army Hospital.    

Angie Fox pays homage to MASH with her paranormal series, Monster MASH - she offers the same humor, drama, and romance.   Angie is celebrating the recent release of the third book in the series, IMMORTALLY EVER AFTER:

The hard-won cease-fire between the battling immortals doesn’t last long. In the blink of an eye, human surgeon Dr. Petra Robichaud is back on the frontlines, and starring in yet another of the oracle’s prophesies. As the only healer who can talk to the dead, Petra doesn’t have much choice about her role—even when her breathtaking ex-lover shows up at exactly the wrong time…

Petra may have moved on when Commander Galen left her, but she never forgot him—and the passionate moments they shared. Seeing him again is a distraction she really doesn’t need with both armies honing new weapons, and wounded all over her M*A*S*H unit. But how can she resist him? It’s now or never for the demi-god Galen to become Petra’s mate…but with the fate of humanity at stake, will their desire be worth the cost?



I am currently reading IMMORTALLY EVER AFTER .... and loving it!   Mary Gramlich, the Reading Reviewer, posted her review at this link.   I am giving away a print copy of IMMORTALLY EVER AFTER to one randomly selected commenter.  To enter the giveaway,

1.   Do you have a favorite character (or episode) from the TV series, MASH?  My favorite episode focused on the MASH having to relocate behind the "front line".  As the convoy is driving along the bombed out road, Colonel Potter spots a house to set up camp.   The women in the house (probably juicy girls) trade it for Klinger's dress collection hanging on a rolling rack (as part of the convoy).   

2.  This giveaway is open to all readers.

3.  Comments are open through Saturday, September 14, 10 pm in Hawaii.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, September 15.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

To learn more about Angie and her books, check out her website at angiefox.com.

Immortally YoursImmortally Embraced

18 comments:

  1. Oh, it's been so long since I've seen an episode. I always got a kick out of Radar's antics.

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  2. I never really watched MASH, so no favorite character.

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  3. I remember the tv show Mash. My grandparents and parents watch it. Love the antics the two did often.

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  4. Loved MASH! Loved Radar and Klinger!!!

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  5. I love MASH and still watch old reruns on TV :) I guess my favorite character would probably be Hawkeye, since he was pretty much the main character and a very funny one :) As for favorite episode, too many to choose, LOL!

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  6. It's been ages since I watched any M*A*S*H*. So many episodes to love. Radar and Hawkeye were my favorites.

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  7. I love the practical jokes episodes. They are so funny.

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  8. Hawkeye was my favorite character with his sarcastic remarks but devotion to his patients.

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  9. I have never watched the show actually... but I have heard lots of good things about it!

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  10. Hawkeye was very easy on the eyes, and I loved the antics that he used to get up to.

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  11. Col. Potter, Hawkeye and Radar.

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  12. My favorite character was Hawkeye, he was always fun.

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  13. I have to confess that I have never seen this series so far

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  14. I love Radar O'Reilly and his teddy bear. He was great with his sixth sense, always knowing choppers incoming before they could be heard.

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  15. I always liked Radar. He was so innocent and quirky.

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  16. I've not watch much of MASH, sorry to say. My Nana loves it, though :-)

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