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!
Coming in May, 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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And now – the Giveaway! This runs all month to the end of the A to Z Challenge.
- One lucky person will receive all six ebooks in the Princelings series (Bravo Victor will be provided when available) PLUS $10 cash via PayPal.
- A further three people will receive one ebook of their choice from the Princelings series.
I may throw in a some more swag during the month, so keep checking – and entering!
Terms and Conditions on the rafflecopter – open worldwide.
58 thoughts on “Bravo Victor – the cover and giveaway”
The cover is gorgeous! I love storm-light, it makes everything seem to glow. Your illustrator seems to have gotten it exactly right.
Thanks, Melanie – Dani’s done a great job on it, hasn’t she?!
B for Bravo on the book! Lovely cover!
I’m amazed by your ability to do so much: write, blog, run giveaways … what energy you have! Maybe someday I’ll join in the fun, but right now writing (not even every day–GASP!) is all I can do. Oh, and enter contests so I can add books to my TBR pile. LOL.
When it’s all running smoothly it’s fine – but all it needs is a computer malfunction or an animal needing the vet and it all goes haywire! I’m glad my swan impression is successful!
Hope your TBR pile isn’t as big as mine 🙂
Great cover, Jemima. Congratulations!
Is that a storm I see brewing in the distance?
Thanks, Steve – yes, the storm is coming this way 🙂
I love the cover of this book looks so amazing i just want to climb into and take a peaceful vacation.
That’s good to know, Joseph! Happy AtoZing!
Beautiful amazing book cover! Congrats on your B!
Gorgeous cover! I do love those mountains and storm clouds 🙂
After posting I see I was supposed to comment on the sort of post I like to read on A to Z. Ones about books, of course!
Oh, that’s ok – you can say anything you like on my blog!
The cover is interesting and the book sounds good. Haven’t read any yet but look forward to learning more.
Thanks, Kristin 🙂
The cover reveal is interesting. I am going to add this to my reading list 🙂
Thanks, Sivakarthik 🙂 I think I’d better add a synopsis of the story so far to the start of the book.
CONGRATULATIONS on the cover. It is gorgeous. Danielle does a wonderful job with your covers. Woo hoo… maybe I’ll read book two by the time the sixth is released. One can dream. :0)
Thanks, Cool Mom! I must send Dani the link to this post – artists need all the encouragement they can get!
Such a lovely cover. Pure art.
I love the cover. It tells a story in itself.
That’s great feedback – thanks, Stephanie
Ooo! This is lovely. I love giveaways (and your books sound interesting)
What sort of posts do I like to read most? Hmm… I’d say… flash fiction (haha cos I write them) and writing posts!
anna @ Deeply Shallow
Friday is Flash Fiction day, Anna!
Great book cover. All the best for its release. 🙂
Oh Wow, I love that cover, it’s awesome. Bravo Victor lol. Best wishes on its release.
Thanks, Julie. I had a lot of thought about any punctuation in the title – I see Rebecca added a comma 🙂 Still deciding…
Thanks for sharing this with the kid lit blog hop! I absolutely love the cover art!! Keep Danielle around! =)
Thanks Rosemond! I’m not likely to lose her – she’s extended family 🙂 On the other hand I hope one day she may become too busy with her art professionally to fit my requests in.
I featured her for my K post last year.
Wow, I never knew about the “Nato Alphabet”, really learning lots through out the #AtoZ Challenge!
Thanks, Marie – I love the challenge for the amazing topics included each year!
Hi awesome cover and congrats for the book. Hope to be among the lucky ones:)
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My favorite type of A to Z post is something that is short, to the point, but complete. A challenge, to be sure, but when you visit 20 or more blogs a day…OY! :O)
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Yes, LuAnn – hence my warning on my Flash Fiction posts! My biggest challenge in the speed of my wifi. Or should I say the lack of speed?
A bartender hero! Perfect. Bartenders hear everyone’s stories. I paid my way through college tending bar, which is why I don’t touch alcohol! Lol!
You learn a lot being a bartender – I remember those days well! Glad you made it through college, Darla
Thank you! I made it, but it took ten years! I have my doctorate now and my children are very proud. I always thought they would regret the time I spent away from home, but they were always supportive.
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Congratulations on a lovely book and cover. I love that it looks original and artistic. I like that it holds mystery and adventure. Lovely!
Thanks, Maria! I do find them difficult to classify – but seems to be about the right mixture for my books!
Looks like a nice giveaway! 🙂
Thanks, Cathy! Happy A to Z-ing 🙂
Hey,i got to your amazing blog through #Damyanti,I liked the whole idea of this theme.Good going 🙂
Thanks, Satyavathi! I think I visited your earlier today (yesterday for you, perhaps!). Nice to see you here.
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Congrats on the cover-reveal. Looks good, all the best Jemima 🙂
Thank you, Sunila!
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