Birthday Blog Month Jan14 – Vicktor Alexander

Welcome to January’s Birthday Blog, with a post – or maybe more – a day for your entertainment and fun :).

cheerToday’s guest is VICKTOR ALEXANDER. Please show your appreciation for the post if you enjoy it, and all the author’s links are below for you to take forward. Watch every day for any Rafflecopter giveaways, and don’t forget there’s ALSO a Grand Prize Draw at the end of the month for ONE lucky commenter.

Many thanks for dropping in, and have a great January!


To the Vicksters, my faithful readers, my occasional readers, and those who drop by, since you know I don’t call you all “fans”:

Thank you.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I could never say thank you enough but I’m going to try.

Thank you for reading my books.

Thank you for telling other people to read my books.

Thank you for recommending my books to others. For nominating my books for book of the month. For nominating my books for awards. For voting for my books for awards.

Thank you for joining my groups.

Thank you for your letters of support. Your letters of concern when I disappear. Your letters of concern when I’m ill.

Thank you for asking about my daughter.

Thank you for your words of condolences when my cousin passed away.

Thank you for remembering what July 27th, August 8th, and October 12th means.

Thank you for remembering my birthday.

Thank you for wanting to send me Chanukah cards.

Thank you for not being offended by the fact that I am Jewish.

Thank you for not being offended that I’m transgender.

Thank you for not being offended that I’m black.

Thank you for not being offended that I speak my mind.

Thank you for not being offended that I want to change the world. And for wanting to help me do it.

Thank you for signing petitions when I ask you to.

Thank you for trying out new authors when I ask you to and then being honest with me about if you like their books or not. They appreciate it and so do I.

Thank you for respecting the fact that on Wednesday night at 9pm and Thursday night at 9pm I disappear for Criminal Minds and Scandal.

Thank you for understanding that I disappear from being online every weekend starting at Friday 630pm until Monday morning for Shabbat and the Sabbath.

Thank you for understanding that I don’t get involved in gossip and therefore keeping it away from me.

Thank you for understanding about my biological family and for caring enough to invite me and my daughter to your dinners, your holidays, and into your own families.

Thank you for wanting me to find love again after hearing about me losing my fiancé 9 years ago to brain cancer and offering to find me someone. Though I don’t think it will work, I appreciate all of your offers.

Thank you for asking about the next book in every series.

Thank you for loving my characters.

Thank you for buying my books and not stealing them, and for letting me know when you find a site that has my books on there.

Thank you for caring about me, my health, if I’m getting enough sleep, if I’m eating, if I’m having fun, if I’m relaxing, etc.

Thank you for caring about each other.

Thank you for knowing, acknowledging, sharing, and promoting the fact that love is love.

You guys rock my face off!


~~Vicktor Alexander~~

Servant-Duchess-Of-WhitcombScandalous Whispers of the Remmington Realm: Book Two

Orley Garrick is known throughout Angland not only as the man with two dukedoms but also as the hero who survived a brutal kidnapping at the hands of Nafoleon’s army, never once betraying the secrets of His Majesty. Still haunted by his memories, Orley pushes his crippled body to dangerous limits, all in an attempt to run from the demons of his past.

Until he meets Chester Boland, a maid in his friend’s household. Orley is besieged by desire for this gorgeous male woman, and by a connection he cannot ignore. But there are those within the Remmington Realm who take issue with the Duke’s choice—especially given Chester’s Tafrican lineage.

Having stared death in the face and won, Orley proposes they steal away and elope. However, before they can begin their new life, they uncover dangerous secrets that go deeper than they could ever imagine—involving those they trust the most.

Orley and Chester must discover exactly how deep these secrets run before their enemies make sure Chester is removed from Orley’s arms… forever.

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Vicktor “Vic” Alexander wrote his first story at the age of ten and hasn’t stopped writing since. He loves reading about anything and everything and is a proud member of the little known U.N. group (Undercover Nerds) because while he lives, eats, breathes, and sleeps sports, he also breathes history and science fiction and grew up a Trekkie. But don’t ask him about Dungeons & Dragons, because he has no idea how to play that game. When it comes to writing he loves everything from paranormal to contemporary to fantasy to BDSM to historical and is known not only for being the Epilogue King but also for writing stories that cross lines and boundaries that he doesn’t know are there. Vic is a proud father of two daughters one of whom watches over him from Heaven with his deceased partner Christopher. Vic is a proud trans* and gay man, and when he is not writing, he is hanging out with his friends, or being distracted by videos of John Barrowman, Scott Hoying, and Shemar Moore. Vicktor has published numerous bestselling novels and has a WIP list that makes him exhausted just thinking about. He knows that he will be still be writing about hot men falling in love with each other, long after he is living in an assisted living facility, flirting with the hot, male nurses.

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Follow the month’s posts at your leisure:

Jan 01: RJ Scott on her inspiration for a new series in 2016.
Jan 01: Temple Dragon on giving for free during December.
Jan 02: Chrissy Munder on an author’s passion for paper planners.
Jan 03: Meredith Russell on inspirational cop series.
Jan 04: Becky Black on her five-year anniversary as an author.
Jan 05: Alexa Milne on characters stepping outside their comfort zone.
Jan 06: Sandra Lindsey on her dancing shoes challenge.
Jan 07: Anne Barwell on her WWII trilogy at Dreamspinner Press.
Jan 08: Elin Gregory on reviews – past, present and future.
Jan 09: Eli Easton on mature heroes and our life choices.
Jan 10: Julie Moffett on the geek in us all.
Jan 11: Jaime Samms and the rewards of an online life.
Jan 12: LC Chase on paying kindness forward.
Jan 12: EM Lynley on the recipes that add taste to her books.
Jan 13: Nicki J Markus on falling in love with her characters.

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About clarelondon

Clare London took her pen name from the city where she lives, loves, and writes. A lone, brave female in a frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home, she juggles her writing with her other day job as an accountant. She’s written in many genres and across many settings, with award-winning novels and short stories published both online and in print. She says she likes variety in her writing while friends say she’s just fickle, but as long as both theories spawn good fiction, she’s happy. Most of her work features male/male romance and drama with a healthy serving of physical passion, as she enjoys both reading and writing about strong, sympathetic, and sexy characters. Clare currently has several novels sulking at that tricky chapter three stage and plenty of other projects in mind... she just has to find out where she left them in that frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home. Clare loves to hear from readers, and you can contact her here: Website: E-mail: Blog: Facebook: Twitter: Goodreads: Amazon: Google+ :

7 thoughts on “Birthday Blog Month Jan14 – Vicktor Alexander

  1. I don’t know terribly well Vicktor but the post was wonderful and I have enjoyed every book I’ve read of yours and I look forward to reading more.


  2. Thank you for the hours of entertainment and breaks you give me in my life. Your stories give me a chance to rest from all of my issues and not all authors or books do that for me, so thank you again!


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