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Under Sufferance

There is a terrible and nasty thread that runs throughout the history of the world—the “rape” of women and girls. Rape is in quotations as there are various definitions of the word: • The offence of forcing a person, especially a woman, to submit to sexual intercourse against that person’s will; • The act of…

I Speak but No one Listens!

Have you ever said something so profound or honest in your convictions and not believed? It happened and still does, though I’d like to think we are more broadminded and perceptive. I am however reminded of the story of Peter and the Wolf, and the whoppers he told. There’d be a lesson, one for Peter…

An Unsung Hero or Traitor?

King Arthur had twelve of them. Even Alexander the Great had a small group he consulted during his widespread occupation of Asia Minor all the way through to Egypt. They have many names: advisors, counsellors, gerousia, a council of elders. One of the Elders of Troy during the tenth year of the war even suggested…

A Prince from a land of Thieves?

Wars are won or lost on a number of strategic factors: the greatest fighters, a well-equipped army, ferocious weaponry, and a well thought out ploy. Given these all played out on the plain of Troy another major element was integral in the final outcome of the war. Each side had allies, whereas the Akhaians were…

Book Launch Competition

Exclusive to Eternal Atlantis followers Mythos Publications is launching Accursed Women – A Collection of Short Stories on the 30th November 2013 As a thank you to my wonderful followers, you can enter a competition to win a first edition of Accursed Women before the 30th November. Just answer the question and enter your email…

Q and A with Rosary McQuestion

Today I have the pleasure of introducing Rosary McQuestion, author of Once Upon Another Time. Her story is one of loss and learning to love again, a common plight many people have endured. It is a beautiful story and one that touches your heart from the beginning. Rosary is not only lovely but also a…

A 5 Star Review for Boxed in a Curse

It has been over a month since Boxed in a Curse was published as an eBook and it is stressful time for any writer who is waiting to read their first review, whether it the first book or tenth. In any case, you wonder how your story is received. Of course, on an intellectual level…

Q and A with Michael S. Fedison

I’ve been following Mike’s The Eye Dancers blog for a while now and impressed by the articles he’s written. His posts are well written, informative and the discourse is entertaining. I then received an email from Mike asking whether I’d be interested in a literary exchange. He suggested we buy and read each other’s work…

Q & A with Dean Peake

To acknowledge and celebrate the incredible writers who’s works I have had the pleasure to read, I thought it was time to include a Q & A series on my blog. I hope you will join me on this new journey and discover the treasure trove of the writing world. I would like to introduce…