Tis the Season to…

Tis the season to be jolly and decorate with evergreen, candles, and flowers. A time to invite friends over and give gifts. Eat together, sing, laugh, and enjoy life. Yes. This sounds like Christmas time. However, that was also a how Romans celebrated Saturnalia. They loved to party–any excuse would do. They loved to decorate […]

Learning is hard

And I’m not there yet.  Making book/story videos is NOT simple. I put it on the level of climbing Mt Everest. I still have so much more to learn. Writing is like that too. Well Life is. So I’m sharing my first video I made on my short story The Chrysalis, (companion short to Red […]

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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