Welcome to Day 6 of #RRBC’S ’20 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG TOUR! @RRBC_Org @enigmaseries


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The Enigma Ignite

The race is on to gain military dominance on the battlefield!

Global leaders demand the latest technology improvements to protect their soldiers in combat. Technologists are pulling out all the stops to use nanotechnology, dynamic programming algorithms, and drones for high-end field communications.

However, some guerrilla radicals are inserting themselves as middlemen and injecting chaos.

Texas university professor Su Lin quietly works in her animal husbandry field of study. Creative unconventional communication techniques place her in the cross hairs of multiple interested parties. Her research of nanotechnology, coupled with hybrid programming, earns her unwanted attention.

What does research into improving animal husbandry have in common with high-tech military communications?

Great ideas are often adapted in different ways from the original intent.

Keith Austin Avery, a U.S. defense contractor, uncovers new technology and leading-edge applications that draws the attention of a powerful terrorist group with traumatic consequences. Will he be forced to give up confidential knowledge or is all this information already on the Darknet?

R-Group members, Petra and Jacob, are engaged to locate the extremists and identify government corruption before more people die. Software tripwires in the new code start a dire race against time to save lives.

Award-winning authors, Breakfield and Burkey, deliver a solid espionage thriller. It builds a satisfying balance of technology, tension, surprisingly sensitive romance, and the blurred lines surrounding the age-old conflict between good and evil in the middle of today’s cyber playing field.

-Book trailer

-Amazon.com purchase link- http://bit.ly/K_TheEnigmaIgnite

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Thank you for supporting the books and authors along the RRBC ’20 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG TOUR!  These authors are generous in their support of others so we want to show our support of them in return.  You may follow along each day of the tour by visiting the tour’s home page

About Shirley Harris-Slaughter

I love old buildings and history. That's why I ended up writing about the history that surrounded me all of my life - "Our Lady of Victory, the Saga of an African-American Catholic Community." Plus our church had closed and the school is torn down, so I felt it was imperative that we preserve the history or it would be lost forever.
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42 Responses to Welcome to Day 6 of #RRBC’S ’20 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG TOUR! @RRBC_Org @enigmaseries

  1. Rox and Charles, I’m curious. Not that I have seen a pattern, but do all of your stories have some sort of connection or reference back to Texas? And, for you, is it easier to tell your stories around the state that you call home?

    Shirley, thanks for hosting!

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  2. Hi Shirley, I’m playing catch-up today. I have this book on my must read list that grow every day!


  3. Hi, Shirley. Thank you for featuring Rox and Charlie on your excellent blog.

    The Enigma Series is fiction, I know, but there is so much truth within the story. Congratulations on an excellent series, Rox and Charlie!

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  4. patgarcia says:

    Hi Rox, Hi Charles, Hi Shirley,
    Rox and Charles, Excuse me for being late to visit you on Shirley’s blog, but I used Sundays as my rest day. So enough on that. I first heard about Nano Technology in 2008. I happened to be teaching English to one of the global Chemical companies with its headquarters in Germany. Of course i was fascinated with how they were exoerimenting with Nano and had the privllege of being present at some of the experiments they were doing for a major company here in Europe. It was fascinating. I realized then that technology was moving much faster than most individuals could even comprehend. So, I am looking forward to your new book Enigma Ignite, and since I am becoming addiccted to audio books, I have put this one on my audio TBR list.
    I also love your book trailer. It sounds like Cyndi Lauper singing, but I am not sure. I love her deep, heavy way of expressing the lyrics in her song.

    Shirley, thank you for hosting Rox and Charles. The presentation is very engaging.

    Wishing you three a lovely week.
    Shalom aleichem

    (My response may have been posted twice. Sorry about that.)

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  5. Congrats and best wishes on your prolific work, Rox! And thanks Shirley for hosting! You are all rock stars!

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  6. The premise of “The Enigma Ignite,” by co-authors Breakfield and Burkey, is intriguing, particularly because it involves a Texan university professor who quietly works in her animal husbandry field of study. The series is relevant to the global threat of cybersecurity, an area I’m not familiar with. Thank you, Shirley, for sharing the post as part of the RRBC’S ’20 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG TOUR!

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  7. roxburkey says:

    Shirley, we are so honored that you hosted our story. Thank you for you kindness. Great blog.


  8. Great post and trailer!

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  9. I’ve read a couple of short stories from Rox and Charles and can attest that they know how to tell a story. I have one or two of the Enigma books on my kindle and look forward to reading them. Thanks for hosting, Shirley. 🙂

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  10. ROX, this is a very unique story line. Where was your inspiration on this?

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    • roxburkey says:

      Phil, I hit return in the wrong place, so my response to you is below John’s kind comments.


    • Phil, all of our books begin with the most terrifying four words that the other person dreads to hear: I have an idea…:-)
      The story is based on a particular technology flaw with a distorted cyber renegade pulling the strings for the story premise. Then we mix in all the people we’ve known fully outfitted with their personality disorders and the volia! Our own brand of literary chaos is launched into over-drive.
      We are confident you will enjoy this one as well as the others.

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  11. pdoggbiker says:

    Rox, I loved the mind-bending trailer and had to watch it twice. The book blurb is also interesting and calling out to me. Shirley, thank you for hosting this fine couple. I wish you all good fortune and to be well!

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    • roxburkey says:

      Hi Phil, what a great question. We have each worked with so many different technology innovators, but friends in the military actually gave us some of the details of how this is used to mask exchanges. We leveraged these two ‘bad boys’ one of which crossed Charles’ path. He had two brothers and always felt when with them what one wouldn’t think of or try the other one would. It is the moral convictions that come into play that make this story exciting for us. Hope that helps, Phil

      Shirley thank you again for hosting.

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    • Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

      John I’m glad you could be here. I love the trailer too. I definitely have the book on my radar.


  12. Thanks for hosting this tour, Shirley. This timely book, although allegedly fiction, could well be truer than fiction! Rox and Charles, I’m looking forward to reading this book as well. I really need to get cracking on so many books! (True confessions: I fall back on reading when baseball season starts, especially when my team is leading their division–the season is young and I don’t expect it to continue!)

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  14. This sounds very action packed, Rox, an exciting series and very relevant with all the technology. Thanks for hosting Rox, Shirley.

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  15. This sounds like a spine-tingler for sure! Good luck with your book, Rox! And thanks for hosting, Shirley.

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  16. Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

    Enjoy your tour today Rox. And I’m really looking at your book.

    Liked by 1 person

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