Bravo, Victor. In fact the title of my sixth book is Bravo Victor without any punctuation. My theme for this year’s anniversary A to Z Challenge is Flashbacks. I’m picking posts from my previous seven A to Zs.
In 2014 my theme was the NATO alphabet, and I was just about to publish my sixth Princelings of the East book. This post had a giveaway and so I’m doing another giveaway, but updated for 2019. Scroll down for the details.
But let’s start with Bravo.
B for Bravo (2014)
It is all Victor’s fault that I chose the NATO alphabet as my AtoZ Challenge theme this year. Apart from V for Victor, there is also B for Bravo. And as book 6 in the Princelings of the East series is almost upon us, I’m pleased to reveal the cover to you today – a big thank you to my illustrator Danielle English for all her hard and inspired work!
Princelings of the East series, Book 6: Bravo Victor. Our young bartender, Victor, has grown up and is trying to make his way as a business guru. He encounters a shady traveller and seeks advice from King Fred, who sends him on a mission to aid the mysterious Sundance and his beautiful accomplice, and to find Fred’s brother, George, overdue after a visit to a flying festival in the Rhinelands. Victor tells how he uncovers a tangled web of lies and deceit, and an old friend from the past, or is it his future?
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First posted 2nd April 2014.Celebrate B for Bravo with Victor - and a #giveaway! #atozchallenge2019 Click To Tweet
And now – the (updated) Giveaway! This runs all month to the end of the A to Z Challenge.
- One lucky person will receive all
sixeight ebooks in the Princelings series. (worth over $27)
- (new) One UK winner will receive a copy of the softcover illustrated Princelings Notebook (worth £15)
- A further three people will receive one ebook of their choice from the Princelings series.
Terms and Conditions on the rafflecopter – open worldwide.
18 thoughts on “B is for Bravo – Victor, that is #atozchallenge”
I love the idea of updating old challenge posts – sometimes it’s nice to take a walk down memory lane
Well, I enjoyed it, Debbie 🙂
Amazing that you can manage to do the whole alphabet, although I suppose you must have through the years in the A-Zs! I have linked to your blog in my linky link tomorrow – i’ve given up just doing a link t the list as it’s so irritating. I went through 17 blogs yesterday, 10 had no posts, one was private and couldn’t be viewed, two had shut down…
Don’t know why it said anon – I’m Liz! http://www.poetryroundabout.com
I went down about twenty after my name in the list and found they’d all posted. But I know in the past that the middle of the list tends to be the are with most defaults. I think they think it’s a good idea, but aren’t actually committed, and then forget about it or something else comes up.
Sometimes the comment thing gets confused about who you’re logged in as. I was confused because I had your email update to your original blog and then I clicked to find you on the poetryroundabout one! It also gets confused if you’re commenting on iPad, quite often.
Briefly ‘Bravo’ J for Jemima. Struggling to keep afloat in the A to Z ocean.
Take it one at a time, Roland, and don’t do more than you can. Actually, I think a lot of people do too much at first, then can’t do anything late. So you could just wait for a good day 🙂
I may be unable to comment next week, but I’ll be back!
Thanks, Jemima. Pacing myself. My problem is the number of emails I get every day. If I leave them they gather – as started happening when I fell sick last month. Still ill but reading key ones [A to Z] and deleting others.
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