WOOOOOOO!!!! IT’S RELEASE DAY!!!! Can I believe it? Nope. Not one bit. Regardless of my spinning head, I wanted to let everyone know how much your support has meant to me. It’s been a long haul (over TWO YEARS!) since I started my publication journey, but so many of your took the time to seeContinue reading “It’s Release Day for Not by Sight: a novel of the patriarchs!”
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Not by Sight: a novel of the patriarchs is available for preorder!
Releasing March 16th! You GUYS! I can’t believe that it’s almost March 16th. I can’t wait to share Not by Sight with everyone! If you’re interested in preordering the book in Kindle or hardcover, you can head here! Paperbacks will be available for preorder soon. Thank you all for taking this journey with me! SoliContinue reading “Not by Sight: a novel of the patriarchs is available for preorder!”
It’s Cover Reveal Day!
Not by Sight: a novel of the patriarchs is coming soon! It’s HERE! I’m SO thrilled to show everyone the cover of Not by Sight: a novel of the patriarchs, coming soon from WordCrafts Press! (Yes, that is a name change. The working title was Not by Sight: The Story of Joseph.) Not by SightContinue reading “It’s Cover Reveal Day!”
I’m Getting Published!
I’m SO thrilled to announce that my novel, Not by Sight: The Story of Joseph, has been picked up by WordCrafts Press for publication! Not by Sight is a retelling of the story of Joseph, his brothers, and his coat, from the Biblical book of Genesis. Focusing on both historical and Biblical accuracy, the novelContinue reading “I’m Getting Published!”
The Pharaoh Who Went Rogue
A series on Ancient Egyptian Religion (Part 7) So. Everyone, meet Akhenaten. You may remember him mentioned in a previous blog or two. On first glance, you may notice that he looks a little strange. This is possibly on purpose – or possibly not. We don’t quite know (as is, of course, usual regarding AncientContinue reading “The Pharaoh Who Went Rogue”
A slight digression from my series on Ancient Egyptian Religion So, before we move onward with my series on Ancient Egyptian Religion, I wanted to talk about the Great Sphinx, since we talked about the pyramids last week. Now, the thing is, that if the exact symbolic and religious meaning of the pyramids is aContinue reading “Appropriately Sphinxlike?”
A Pyramid Scheme
A series on Ancient Egyptian Religion (Part 6) So, I know what you’re asking. Shouldn’t a post on pyramids be in an “architecture of Ancient Egypt” series instead of a religion series? Well, yes and no. I mean, it could be in an architecture series, sure. (In fact, such a series may be coming downContinue reading “A Pyramid Scheme”
The Hidden Meaning of Color
A series on Ancient Egyptian Religion (Part 5) So – after a few weeks away from Ancient Egyptian religion and beliefs, we’re back! To set this up, I want you to imagine you’re writing a story, and right now, you want to describe a scene. Maybe you mention the weather, or the sunlight. The peopleContinue reading “The Hidden Meaning of Color”
The Hair Episode
Or lack thereof There’s a worrying lack of clarity when it comes to Ancient Egyptian hairstyles, given that there has been a strong stereotype perpetuated that Ancient Egyptians, both male and female, shaved themselves bald. To be frank, it’s even hard to research this topic and find reliable sources. Hearsay, it seems, is king. Which,Continue reading “The Hair Episode”
The Makeup Episode
The cat eye look is old as dirt Woohoo! Time for another episode focused around style and fashion. This time, I thought we’d focus on a very famous aspect of Ancient Egypt – makeup. Frankly, their famous cat-eye look probably the oldest style in existence which has a close variant that is still stylish today.Continue reading “The Makeup Episode”