Learning something new all the time

Well, I’ve been playing and have made a few new things to share with you.  And some news to go with it Foir the Family,my short story to Threatened Loyalties is now available on Amazon in audio  click here    Love you Greta Gorsuch for giving Viceria a voice to her struggle. What would you do for your family? […]

ALL ABOARD!!! for the next stop on the indieBRAG Christmas Bloghop – Christmas in Ancient Rome

IndieBRAG excerpt from Vows of Revenge recipient of the Indiebrag Medallion “This is lovely, Aelia.” The sound of pride in her father’s voice brought tears to Aelia’s eyes. Her father set the deep garnet colored wool tunic and matching pallium aside and drew the leather belt inlaid with garnets into view. He stood and tied […]

Now for the legions’ real authority– The Centurion

No one messed with these men-the Centurions. They were the experienced strength of Rome’s legions.  While the  officers were politically appointed by the Senate, these men- these centuirions-had THE EXPERIENCE. They had earned it by climbing through the ranks of the legion and were elected to their position by their unit. Every officer with the […]

Fury Revolts in Roman Britain

Queen Boudica is not the only one revolting against Rome’s control The tribune Gnaeus Julius Agricola is about to Red Fury Revolt is a very special story for me because, for eighteen years to get it right. This  story  chronicles Boudica’s revolt against Rome and the governor Suetonius Paulinus who could not lose a province […]

Meet My Main Character- G. Julius Agricola

Gnaeus Julius Agricola Tribune  Laticlavius to the concul Suetonius Paulinus What is the name of your character? Is he/she fictional or a historic person?  His true name is… Gnaeus Julius Luci filius Aniensis Agricola Foro Julii (Seriously, this is his  full name) Yep, he is definitely a true historic person. In fact, his son-in-law Cornelius Tacitus […]

Herculaneum’s ‘Real’ Threatened Loyalties

Today’s politics are no match to Rome’s politics in ancient Herculaneum… as Alexius discovers all too well and almost too late. Then Vulcan’s wrath erupts and everything changes. This  is where my book Threatened Loyalties happened. . August AD 79 the once thought as a mountain, Vesuvius did erupt and bury this magnificent city with […]

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