THE PRINCESS OF EGYPT MUST DIE #kindle #histnov

June 11, 2012

There isn’t much in the way of free historical fiction out there that wasn’t written a hundred years ago. I’m doing my small part to change that.

I was asked to participate in a young adult anthology this year with Continue reading

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Excerpt from Lily of the Nile: Selene Delivers a Basket #sixsunday

May 20, 2012

As part of my continued participation in the weekly Six Sentence Sunday exercise with other authors, here’s another snippet from my debut novel LILY OF THE NILE: A NOVEL OF CLEOPATRA’S DAUGHTER:

The Roman guard actually put his unclean Continue reading

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Livia Drusilla: Evil Empress or Maligned Mother of the Empire?

January 24, 2012

In ancient history powerful women got a bad rap. This was especially the case for Rome’s first empress, Livia Drusilla, the wife of Augustus Caesar. She comes down to us as a sort of wicked step-monster of the Julio-Claudian family–one Continue reading

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