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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…

Unplanned time out

It has been a while since I’ve written a blog post on my latest series that covers the locations Evan and his intrepid companions travel through in The Labyrinthine Journey. I promise, I will get back to the series in due course. Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going. Jim Ryun…

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

Book Launch Day!

Today is the day! The Labyrinthine Journey is now available to buy. eBooks can be purchased from: Amazon For all other eBook formats: Smashwords If you haven’t already joined my FB event, click on the image below to join in the fun: Follow Evan as he continues his odyssey as Servant of the Gods in…

Eat and drink with the Ancient Greeks

Like their ancient Egyptian cousins, the ancient Greeks recorded much of what they did on vases, sculptures and in print. I, for one, am very grateful for the information they left behind as it enabled me to research and learn what they ate. It was fascinating to read how much hasn’t really changed in the…

What did the Phoenicians eat?

Origins The Phoenicians lived in northern ancient Canaan, where Lebanon is today. They were considered to be Canaanites, yet recent DNA evidence of Modern Lebanese, a study conducted by the National Geographic,  suggest they came from an ancient Mediterranean sub-stratum. What does this mean? The results showed their bloodline are of mixed origin and were…

A brief update

I thought I’d take this opportune time to bring you up-to-date as to my writing projects and what 2017 may bring. The second part may be harder to describe, I’ve yet to develop and hone my skills as a futurist, but I will give it a go. authorsindie publishinginspirationself publishingsocial networkingvacationwriting