Tag: Project EE

2018 Is Here!

2018 Is Here!

2017 was a good year. I did a lot of things I wanted to do, some things I never expected to do, and learned how to move forward on my path, both professionally and personally. Every time something good happened this year, I wrote it on a scrap of paper and slid it into my …

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Eternity’s Empire is Coming to Kindle Unlimited!

Eternity’s Empire is Coming to Kindle Unlimited!

It’s been a big year for releases; different releases than I anticipated, but exciting none-the-less. I’ve talked a bit already about changing the release schedule for Eternity’s Empire, but as we wind down the year I have one more announcement about the future of the series. As I’ve mentioned several times, Eternity’s Empire is going …

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The Soul of the Earth Awakens!

The Soul of the Earth Awakens!

A little over a year ago, I released the first chapter of Eternity’s Empire, a series of short stories featuring college girls who discover they have the power of ancient goddesses. It was an experiment, really, to fill the gap between major projects. While I have finished at least two large novels since I started …

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Introducing The Light of Eternity – Book 1 of Eternity’s Empire

Introducing The Light of Eternity – Book 1 of Eternity’s Empire

Early last year I set out to produce a series of serial short stories surrounding a group of college age girls who suddenly discover they have the magical abilities of ancient goddesses. I started with an outline and quickly threw it out, enjoying the thrill of going where the story took me. I use this …

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Dark Rituals — Available Now!

Dark Rituals — Available Now!

As promised, the fifth chapter of Eternity’s Empire is here! Two ancient goddesses have taken over the Antarctic dig site and Erica has walked willingly into their trap. That leaves Shima to reunite the guardians and set things right. There’s just one problem; though she can feel power stirring in her breast, Shima can’t seem …

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