Monday, April 18, 2016

Victory Portrait Blog Tour

So I signed up for a blog tour for Victory Portrait. If you care to follow along, you'll learn a lot more about the book, the world and people of Uttor, Lots of blog posts, lots of fun (I promise). Today I am at Prism Book Alliance talking about a soundtrack for this tale. Yep. I have musical accompaniment for for certain scenes. Complete schedule at bottom of this post.

Also, there's a $10 Amazon gift card as the tour prize, and comments count toward that, so comment away! I answer any and all questions that do not pertain to my secret identity or finances. :D

Want to know more about Victory Portrait? Start with the cover, blurb (pet peeve warning...see one of the tour posts), and handy links.


Imperial captive and former Sebboyan prince Peta Kordeun has one great wish: to meet Darius Arrento, conqueror of his country and a man he has idolized since childhood. That wish comes true the day the Uttoran emperor assigns Peta to assist the artist who will be painting the great general’s official portrait.

General Darius Arrento would rather take a crossbow bolt through his flesh than sit for a portrait, until his friend the emperor forces his hand. The notorious artist, Brazzi, uses semen and other sexual fluids to bind his colors—and Arrento is captivated by the artist’s pretty helper. Before long he is driven to possess the gorgeous young man who draws battle maps and whose naïve charm has won more hearts in Uttor than Arrento has won battles.

When Arrento learns that Peta, the slave he covets and wants for his own, is one of the despised Kordeun princes, he storms from Uttor toward a far corner of the empire—where he quickly finds himself embroiled in a plot to tear Uttor’s empire apart. His emotions and loyalties frayed, the great Arrento is in the battle of his life…and Peta may hold the key to his survival.


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