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The joys of reading

I grew up in a small country town and we didn’t have a lot of money, so I used to borrow books from our very tiny public library. I started my reading journey with Enid Blyton books, The Famous Five and The Secret Seven, then I moved onto Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys. Rather…

Merry Christmas

Wow, this year flown by! I am not sure what or how that happened, but here we are at the end of another year. If you still need to buy a gift or even for yourself, a book is always a nice present to buy for family and friends, especially if you’re not sure what…

Join me over at Janice Spina’s blog

I am very fortunate to be a guest on Jemsbooks, a blog by Number 1 Children’s bestselling author, Janice Spina. The talented and generous Janice also writes paranormal romance and suspense novels. Please come and join us for our chat and if you have any questions, write them in the comments field 😀 Click here…

Survey results and winners

Results from Tradition vs Indie survey. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey. It was a fun to see the results and the answers. I daresay a few of you will be surprised by a few of the answers. I was heartened by the responses and I hope some of you may go…

Demeter’s town

To continue with the blog series (that is hiccupping along!) I had begun last year. Click here to have a quick refresher of the infographic I created as an overview of the locations featured in my book The Labyrinthine Journey. In this post, we will be heading to Eleusis, renowned for the ‘mysteries’, and where…

Update on eBook

Hi! Just as a heads up, a new file has been uploaded onto Amazon of the eBook The Labyrinthine Journey. If you have ordered a copy of the eBook, you should receive notification from Amazon letting you know about the update. Thank you ancient greeceancient greek mythologybooksbuying a bookebooksHistorical Fantasyinspirationlegendary taleswriting

Writing Update

It has been a while since I’ve written one of these, and it’s been two years since the publication of Search for the Golden Serpent. This is the reason why I started a blog, to showcase my writing, share my passion for ancient history and to support fellow indie writers. So today, I am going…

Eat like an Ancient Egyptian

We know a lot about the Ancient Egyptians, thanks to this great ancient civilisation. Their desire and propagandist need to disclose what they did was paramount, especially for the pharaohs. They made sure their successes were touted everywhere. Rameses II was particularly good at promoting what a powerful and good ruler he was, even when…