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CONTEST: Threatened Loyalties and For the Family

A Roman Affair Contest
Why this beautiful cape pin is this month’s promotion? Did you know cape pins have a lethal history? Hold the wreath in your palm with the dagger between your fingers you and you can stab someone or as Julius’ mother did, slash a face with it. This simple piece of jewelry had taken on a new value in my stories as this short story A Roman Affair, Rage and into Rebellion. His mother’s cape pin is beyond just being pretty.
Enter to win https://kingsumo.com/g/3ixjlw/a-roman-affair.
A Roman Affair is the companion short story to the upcoming new release Red Fury Rage. If you like intrigue, family drama, murder, and mayhem, you’ll love A Roman Affair. Plus, you can enter to win the exclusive custom designed CAPE PIN that features prominently in both books!

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Red Fury Revolt

A.D. 60…
Three towns writhe under the Iceni queen’s wrath, as she leads her warriors intent on destroying all things Roman – be it Roman temples, Roman villas, or entire families sympathetic to Rome. At stake is Suetonius Paulinus’s reputation. With only 80,000 legionaries, will he destroy Boudica and her horde of 200,000 warriors or will he endure the disgrace in Rome for losing–to a woman? in this horrific historical revolt against Roman injustice. Julius Agricola-Rome’s tribune, and Rhianna-Boudica’s youngest daughter, become ensnared in the harsh worlds that are determined to destroy each other. Who will survive?

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The Chrysalis

Proverb “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was coming to an end, she changed into a butterfly.” A dangerous butterfly…

Ravaged by Rome, Morrigan turns her fear into revenge and now it is Rome who should fear her. Rome’s tax collector Decianus Catus intrudes on Morrigan’s father’s funeral, flogs her mother Boudica, and then takes the Iceni people back to camp where the women are raped. However, the Trinovante warriors save her and her people from this horrid fate. To survive, Morrigan turns her fear into fury.

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The Chrysalis

Proverb “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was coming to an end, she changed into a butterfly.” A dangerous butterfly…

Ravaged by Rome, Morrigan turns her fear into revenge and now it is Rome who should fear her. Rome’s tax collector Decianus Catus intrudes on Morrigan’s father’s funeral, flogs her mother Boudica, and then takes the Iceni people back to camp where the women are raped. However, the Trinovante warriors save her and her people from this horrid fate. To survive, Morrigan turns her fear into fury.

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E-Myth Mastery
Awakening the Entrepreneur Within
E-Myth CFO
EMyth Manager
EMyth Contractor
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“Isn’t it amazing how smart mothers are? We overlook this growing up, rebel against them even. But time changes that. Well, it did with me. I remember my mother saying, “Times change. People don’t.” And mom was right..”

I got into writing because of, King Arthur. I have a draft of his story in the archives of my computer…somewhere. Shadows in the Mist I named it. It has a great story with all but Gawain and the Green Knight. I have all the other popular stories I could find of Arthur melded into Shadows. All but that headless knight. How can you work that one in? I still don’t know. The draft is long. Very long. And, as  Ann LaMont calls it, a ‘shitty first draft’. Oh, I thought my creation was wonderful. Beautiful. Now with learning this craft of writing, OMG it’s terrible. It needs rewriting, character development, setting details, sensories. I plan to get back to it one day. I promise.

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