Texas, United States, January 28, 2021, ZEXPRWIRE: Their Recent Kickstarter Event Was Also Successfully Funded with Support from Fans
Authors, Rox Burkey and Charles Breakfield’s Enigma Series has garnered multiple awards from Audio Book Reviewer on Audiobookreviewer.
The Enigma Series, dubbed an “exciting and complex techno thriller,” is a set of stories about cyber-criminals, their victims and how they win with the R-Group. This exciting collection features danger, intrigue, and international cyber combat with several members who are globally aware. They’re also a watch group charged with preventing invasive acts of cyber terrorism. Included in each book in the series are layers of travel, romance, humor, and mystery built on a strong foundation of relevant technology as described in their book description details on the website.
Audio Book Reviewer includes that the series is “Like rust, the cat and mouse game of the new cyber warfare age never sleeps.”
Their awards include Best Narrator, Best Series, Best Thriller and Best Teamwork from Audio Book Reviewer.
In addition, the authors also recently successfully funded their recent Kickstarter Event with support from their fans and raised funds for a screenplay project on Book 12, The Enigma Threat, A TechnoThriller in eBook, paperback, and audiobook. The book was released on January 8, 2021.
With this Kickstarter Community support, the authors hope to achieve best seller status and fund a screenplay to make a film.
“We joined the Kickstarter Community to share the most relevant, exciting, and distinctive release in our series. As authors who work to deliver, we went the extra mile in editing, beta reading and formatting,” said Burkey.
The authors said their passion for technology in their professional careers carries into their writing.
“Our broad experience with customers worldwide shows us daily that technology is either really helpful or a dependency that makes us unaware of the real world. The risks for an individual’s freedom of choice is challenged with technology-forced decisions upon us,” Breakfield said.
The foundation for this latest Techno Thriller, The Enigma Threat, Book 12 in the Enigma Series contains real technology, a global threat by artificial intelligence, complex relationships, cyber thugs you’ll love to hate, and world travel, laced with light touches of humor.
Authors, Burkey and Breakfield, known for the Enigma Series books that focus on a variety of security issues are excited to share how the complexities of cybersecurity can infiltrate everyday life and awareness.
The team is also known for their award-winning tales.
The Enigma Source, the authors’ 10th book received the Dan Poynter Global Legacy Award in four categories in August 2019. The books have also been recognized by the Texas Association of Authors, and Colorado Independent Publishers Association among other publications and organizations.
Based in Dallas, Texas, these co-writers have published 12 techno-thrillers in the series and short stories focused as backstories to the series. Their books are available in print and audio formats on Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.
For more information, go to Enigmabookseries.
About the Authors
Charles Breakfield: Charles holds a master’s degree and works for a high-tech manufacturer as a solution architect, functioning in hybrid data/telecom environments. A long-time technology geek, Charles enjoys writing, studying World War II history, travel, and cultural exchanges. He’s also a fan of wine-tastings, riding his Harley, and continues developing his woodworking skills. Now included in people on the move in Dallas Business Journal.
Rox Burkey: Rox has two passions – working with technology and writing. With her master’s degree and CCXP designation, she enjoys working to drive optimized customer experiences with technology in her role with a high-tech manufacturer. Texas is home for her and her family. When time permits Rox likes gardening, hiking, sewing, refinishing antiques, exploring, wine-tasting, and traveling. She loves to listen to people which often results in odd treasures that come to life in her stories. Now included in people on the move in Dallas Business Journal.
Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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