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Welcome Imogene Nix one of our Aussie Babes

Blog Post #1
Australia Day for Australians

For me it’s a chance to celebrate who and what I am. I’m a first generation Australian, who has lived in so many areas! From the beach to the outback, the north to the south, but one thing remains constant…

Australia is more than the Great South Land – it’s the people.

Sure, many of us wear silly hats with Aussie Flags, gather for breakfasts of bacon and eggs and to watch new Aussies make their oath of allegiance… But it’s more than that. Australia is such a dichotomy. Being an Australian is hard to explain.

For some, the Aussie is the laconic bushy – you know the one with the drawl, wearing an akubra and elastic side boots? Then there is the blond surfer from Bondi… He’s toned and tanned and more than likely a lifesaver too.

It’s the girl in the supermarket who says hello and asks what you are making for dinner – or she’s the girl in the library who’s reading the anime comics. Aussies come in all shapes and sizes, but while we may all h…

And the Aussie's have it...welcome our latest Aussie Babe!

Hi all,
First I’d like to say a huge thank you to my lovely host for having me!
This week marks an extremely important date for Australians, and I am very excited to share it with you and my memories of this day growing up.
Australia Day has many great memories for me. BBQ’s trips to the beach, the whole family coming together. Us kids getting to drink a ridiculous amount of soft drink that we never got throughout the year while the grownups embraced the true Aussie stereotype with a cold beer.
Now that we’re older, our times are spent more with our own families, but it is still the same. My husband and I take the kids to the beach, we have a BBQ…only now I get to drink the beer. LOL ;)
To help celebrate this day with us, Beachwalk Press will be offering the books written by us Aussie authors for a discount on the Beachwalk Press website. So make sure you drop by!

Blurb: Will the enemy be powerful enough to break an archangel's promise? For the last ten years, Gabriella Richard…

Hazel Gower - Aussie and Beachwalk Babe!

Kane’s mate Blurb: Faith's life has always balanced in two worlds—the normal human world and the supernatural. Now she has to choose between the two. Faith York is human, but she has psychic powers, which is a little odd since neither of her parents have paranormal abilities. Thankfully, the werewolf family who lived around the corner help her learn to control her powers. She instantly fell in love with the entire family, but especially Kane, the oldest son who is next in line to be Alpha. Unfortunately, Kane doesn't see Faith the same way she sees him. Heartbroken, she leaves town. When Faith returns from two years overseas, her parents throw her a welcome home party. Faith is shocked when Kane kidnaps her from the party and mate marks her. Now she struggles with the choice of whether to leave again and live a normal life—a life she yearns for—or stay with the man she's always dreamed of and live a supernatural life. To complicate matters further, her psychic powers intensify…

Beachwalk Goes Aussie Style

Beachwalk Press goes down under!
Join fellow Australian authors Imogene Nix, Jess Buffett, Larisa Anderson, Hazel Gower, and Susan Child as they celebrate Australian Day. From January 24th-26th, their books will be on sale at the Beachwalk Press website for 99 cents!
On Sunday, January 26th, they’ll be chatting in the Beachwalk Press Readers Group on Facebook. Be sure to stop by and get to know the ladies down under a little better.
Link to the Facebook Readers Group: