Tag: history

In the Shadow of the Acropolis

In the Shadow of the Acropolis

It’s been awhile since I wrote a travel blog. Prior to the pandemic, my husband and I traveled with fair regularity. But since the start of the pandemic, out of necessity, all of our trips have been short and mostly involved visiting with family. Speaking of family, we’ve been trying to put together a bigger …

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Myth Truth or Mythconception

Myth Truth or Mythconception

My second release this year belonged to the Eternity’s Empire saga, a series based heavily in mythology. At the end of my first promo stream, I joked that we should play a game called “Myth Truths” where contestants would have to try to guess whether or not a mythological tale was made up. People were …

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An Imperial Daughter’s Woe – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 15

An Imperial Daughter’s Woe – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 15

It’s been absolutely delightful opening my writer’s notebook this year to share the developmental details of Eternity’s Empire. In case you missed it, I talked about Ganga over here, Amaterasu over here, Thora here and, finally Aphrodite here. So what’s left? Aeternitas of course! And I’m excited to finally talk about her because she’s probably …

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Lover’s Lament – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 14

Lover’s Lament – Eternity’s Empire Chapter 14

Chapter Fourteen of Eternity’s Empire has finally arrived and, at long last, we get to talk about Aphrodite! (If you’d like to learn more about the previous guardians you can find Ganga here, Amaterasu here, and Thora over here!) When I started this project, there was no question I would include at least one god …

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The Greenheart Tree Walk

The Greenheart Tree Walk

When my long-time friend and writing partner visited this summer, we decided to take a trip over to Vancouver for a couple days. The hubby and I haven’t had much time to explore its attractions, and there’s only so much to see in our much smaller city. We planned our visit so that we could …

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