Category Archives: ancient Egypt

It’s Fat Tuesday so it must mean it’s Mardi Gras

How could I forget….. Coustums, drinks with crazy names, celebrations lasting for days in a town with a rich history of witches, warlocks and vampires. As a paranormal romance writer, I must re-group and send inspiration to my fellow writers … Continue reading

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Excerpt from ETERNAL BURNS: Le Trou

Part 2 of 1: The dance of enticement reveals an evil plan afoot in Haiti. Continue reading

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Excerpt from ETERNAL BURNS: The Dance of Enticement

Something from the second installment, Eternal Burns, Book II of the ETERNAL TRACES Series. It’s a single chapter to wet your whistle. Who says we can’t find lust in dark places with the supernatural, from the homeland of Africa to the hot steamy shores of Haiti? Enjoy Part I. (SPOILER ALERT) Continue reading

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Shades of ancient Egypt: Were ancient Egyptians black?

The question of whether Ancient Egyptians were black has been an ongoing debate for centuries. Technically, ancient Egyptians were African, as Egypt is in Africa, but most northern African peoples are from Arab and Caucasian descent. In most ancient Egyptian art … Continue reading

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