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New Release — Goddess of Alexandria

TweetI have to be honest.  During every round of editing and proofing, when I read the last few lines of the novel, even though I knew the words backwards and forwards, it made me tear up.  It’s hard saying goodbye … Continue reading

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Fires of Alexandria Promotion – $0.99 Sale

TweetIn honor of Heron of Alexandria’s birthday, born around this time, a hair over two-thousand years ago, I’m reducing the price of the first book of the Alexandria Saga, Fires of Alexandria, down to $0.99 for one week.  So from … Continue reading

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The Greatest Inventor Nobody Knows – Heron of Alexandria

TweetTiming is everything. Thomas Edison was born in the middle of the Industrial Revolution and was a tireless promoter.  Henry Ford utilized the technologies of the day, combined with new concepts to create mass production, to put his name on … Continue reading

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Five “Heron of Alexandria”Stories

TweetAfter I finished the first book in the Alexandrian Saga – Fires of Alexandria, I had a neat little idea: to write short prequel stories about Heron solving crimes and mysteries around the city. The idea wasn’t such a stretch. … Continue reading

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