Category Archives: ancient egypt

LORD OF THE TWO LANDS: ANOTHER SNEAK PEEK – MEETING THE PRINCE

This is from a story with the tentative title Lord of the Two Lands. It takes place two hundred years after Pharaoh’s Son.   As I mentioned before, I had a strong idea for a character and started jotting.  The plot … Continue reading

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IN THE WORKS – A SNEAK PEEK

This is from a story with the tentative title Lord of the Two Lands.  It takes place two hundred years after Pharaoh’s Son.  I had a strong idea of a character (years ago) and jotted down some things.  I had … Continue reading

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The Hyphen is Mighty Indeed

I just threw out five brand new copies of one of my books that I had ordered for a GoodReads giveaway.   They were free, a  perk for finishing NaNoWriMo. I  had updated the book’s cover.  When you do that, you have … Continue reading

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A Gallery of My Kindle Book Covers

Since Kindle covers are hard to see at the best of times, I’m setting up a gallery of mine in the order of their appearance in the market place:A Killing Among the Dead Chronologically, this is the last in the Egyptian … Continue reading

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Mourningtide – My Newest Effort

Please see my updated post  HERE… I think you’ll like the changes…

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