Welcome to the final day of the Breakfield and Burkey #ShortStories Blog Tour! Drop by! @enigmaseries @RRBC_Org @4WillsPub @nonniejules #RRBC #4WillsPub

 

Hello, friends!

I’m so happy you dropped by today to help me close out the final day of  Authors, Breakfield and Burkey’s #ShortStories Blog Tour!  If you visited this post on another stop and your comment didn’t appear, we’re assuming there were technical issues, but I wanted to ensure everyone got the chance to chime in on their final post.  The co-authors have featured 7 titles in their short story collection along this tour, and today I’m turning my blog over to them so that they can share with you, OUT OF POLAND.

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For multiple generations, the R-Group focused on helping those impacted by oppressors and those who sought power and wealth at the expense of the average person. One of the group’s founding principles was the ethical high ground in choosing the path to take to solving problems. Jacob Michaels, a continuing character in the Enigma Series and one of the leaders of the R-Group, learned this from his grandfather Wolfgang.

In several of the stories in the Enigma Series, references to the original members fighting back tyranny from WWII determine the direction current-day members of the R-Group take with the challenges presented. Wolfgang was a founding father of the R-Group.

As authors, we get questions about our cyber heroes and how they take the battle to their enemies. Jacob and Wolfgang often spoke of the right choices to make on behalf of their private clients and the countries they’d helped. When Jacob learns more history of the R-Group, he mentally clarifies right from wrong at multiple levels.

When Jacob and his generation take full leadership roles, he worries about sharing enough information in meaningful examples with the next generation. In The Enigma Beyond, Jacob had a heartfelt conversation with Wolfgang.  Jacob wonders in his rhetorical conversation what more he can do to instill the value for the next generation of the R-Group to maintain their integrity. 

This conversation led us to create a short story and then release a complete novella in 2021 to learn about the original men who escaped Poland in 1939. These men risked their lives to stop the German military machine. Out of Poland – Novella is a gripping tale that vividly paints the picture of war, pride, hope, and death for a country without support from its allies.  Out of Poland is about how great things come out of extreme adversity.

Beneath the storm clouds of a deadly war, three men need to unlock the secrets to redeem the world.

The setting is Poland—1939. Germans are marching toward Warsaw, crushing everything in their path. The Polish people feel the crush of their defensives and their brave cavalry. Fighting against the Nazi military machine is a death wish realized all too clearly.

Death, destructions, pillage, and woman brutalized at the hands of soldiers with no honor marks the invaders’ path. As much as the citizens of Poland pray for a different outcome, everything they have known, loved, and grown up with is gone.

Three young men take on the task of finding and extracting the German military communications device, Baby, kept under heavy guard. Polish patriots die to aid the three in getting the information and then fleeing with the prize. The race is on as the Germans try to match wits with the clever patriots who risk detection at every turn.

Ambassador Ferdek Watcowski insists that his son Ferdek with Wolfgang and Tavius, flee with the families while there is still time to reach a border. Their goal—escape with Baby intact.

Hitler’s forces so outclass Poland’s military that survival is key to fighting another day. Facing great peril and odds against their survival, the men resolve to make a difference so those who died helping them would not have sacrificed in vain. They vow to undertake a lifetime of fighting tyranny.

Successful survivors must look ahead.

Out of Poland Novella by Breakfield & Burkey

The Authors

Breakfield is a technology expert specifically in security, networking, voice, and anything digital. He enjoys writing, studying World War II his­tory, travel, and cultural exchanges. Charles is also a fan of wine tastings, wine-making, Harley riding, cooking extravaganzas, and woodworking.

They’d love it if you’d follow them on social media…

Twitter 

Facebook

Breakfield LinkedIn

Burkey LinkedIn

Website

Blog #1 & Blog #2

YouTube

Friends, that’s it for my time along the tour!  Be sure to visit the #ShortStories Tour Page on the 4WillsPub site to catch up if you missed any of the days along the tour.  I know these authors would love your support, and “when” you pick up a copy of one of their books and complete the read, they would greatly appreciate your review!

Be sure to leave your comments below for a chance at winning a copy of their HOT CHOCOLATE!

Hot Chocolate by Breakfield and Burkey

 

 

22 Comments

  1. roxburkey

    Nonie thanks for the extra bump madam. Much appreciated.
    Breakfield

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  2. I really enjoyed Out of Poland and hope others grab it! 🙂

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    • Rox Burkey

      Music to our ears, Yvette. We hope so too. The expanded novella featured here is also has a screen play we are shopping. Thank you for stopping here. Nonnie rocks with the two stop special. Take care.

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  3. I think I need some of that “Hot Chocolate”!! Continued best of luck, Rox!

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    • Rox Burkey

      Hi Lisa, thank you for stopping. I hope you win some of that Hot Chocolate. Take care.

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  4. Reblogged this on Wanda Adams Fischer and commented:
    If you’re a student of history, you need to check this out. I’m such a fan of Breakfield and Burkey!

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    • Rox Burkey

      Wanda thank you for the share. Much appreciated.

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  5. Can’t wait to read this one, Rox. I will give you a fair review, as always! You and Charles write such great books!

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    • Rox Burkey

      Wanda, you are a fab author supporter. Thank you.

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  6. Hello Rox, It’s a deal.I prefer audible.And of course a fair review. Thank you.I await the code,eagerly. Best wishes,
    Joy

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    • Rox Burkey

      send to your Yahoo account Joy

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  7. Hi, Rox and Charles. I totally enjoyed OUT OF POLAND and have recommended it to several others. Nonnie, thank you for hosting this dynamic duo!

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    • Rox Burkey

      Karen, thank you for the support and so delighted you enjoyed the story. Nonnie is awesome.

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  8. Hi Nonnie,

    Sorry I’m late to the tour. Computer problems all week! Out of Poland sound like an amazing story. I’ll be picking it up!

    Have a great day!

    Joy

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    • Rox Burkey

      Thank you Joy for following. Hope your computer issues vanish.

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  9. Shirley Harris-Slaughter

    Farewell Breakfield and Berkey on your last day. It’s been enjoyable.

    Nonnie thank you for bringing this tour to the members. You are a jewel.

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    • Rox Burkey

      Shirley thank you for your support. You are right about Nonnie.

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  10. Reblogged this on Apollo's Raven and commented:
    It is my pleasure to reblog the final day of the Breakfield and Burkey blog tour that features their novella OUT OF POLAND at the website WATCH NONNIE WRITES.

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    • Rox Burkey

      Linnea, you are so supportive, thank you.

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  11. Rox Burkey

    Hi Nonnie, what delightful treat to get an extra spot on your blog! This tour has provided so many comments from locations all over the world. Anyone who wants an awesome tour should reach out to 4WillsPub site link about and enjoy the spotlight of readers and authors around the world.

    We are honored so many folks have selected our short stories and enjoyed them. They are so different from the TechnoThriller novels in Breakfield and Burkey’s series. More consumeable. Thank you for the extra space and sharing wth your followers. All the bloggers should know we thank them and appreciate them. Best to all. Rox

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  12. Listening to that marvellous honey lined male voice and the story content has tempted me to buy OUT OF POLAND.I enjoy that era of stories.Thank you both.

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    • Rox Burkey

      Joy if you like audible we are happy to send you a code in exchange for a fair review. Let me know. Rox

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