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Released into the Digital Sphere

The day has arrived and I am happy to announce A Goddess’ Curse is now available as an eBook. Here’s the blurb: Hera, Queen of the Gods, is the most powerful goddess on Mount Olympos. Beautiful, sensual, and merciless, she is a goddess renowned for her jealous rages and for inflicting horrors on hapless victims.…

What Say You?

I’ve been so busy polishing and buffing my story that before I realised it, we’re in the middle of March. Then I started to panic. With so much to do, I almost forgot to let my wonderful friends in the bloggers’ sphere know about the impending publishing date. Next Thursday, 21 March is the official launch day…

Review by Scott Whitmore

Scott Whitmore, author of Carpathia and The Devil’s Harvest, was kind enough to review The Curse of Troy. I want to thank Scott for his time and wonderful review. Head over to his blog to read about it and an interview with me.     AgamemnonAmazonancient greeksAncient HistoryBook ReviewcarpathiacurseebooksereadersGreek GodsGreek MythologyHelen of Troyhomer the iliadindie…

The Price of Love

She had everything. A husband, in this case a god, (don’t we all wish that!), she shared the throne, was as powerful as her husband, had adoring worshippers and a family. Yet she was one of the most spiteful of the Olympian goddesses. They all had nasty traits but she was vindictive and more often…

Next port of call: Hippo Regius

To continue with my character’s journey we head to Hippo Regius, another Phoenician settlement. Today, it is near Annaba, in Algeria. To get an idea of where it is, refer to my previous post Destination: North Africa, and look at the map. There isn’t a lot of information on Hippo Regius but if you do go…