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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Aegypt is a goddess novel...

Aegypt is likely one of the few novels with a warning from the publisher: "There was a time when ancient magic reigned, and the forces of light and darkness battled for supremacy. A time before monotheism—the idea of “one God”—began to take hold on the earth.
The discoveries Lieutenant Paul Bolang make in Aegypt catapult the reader back to those pre-Christian days…and help the reader understand why God acted as he did, back in the life and times of Moses. They also beg the questions: If a person from the ancient world walked suddenly on the earth, what would he or she tell us about their times? What if that person was revered as a goddess in the ancient world? And what if she were malevolent?
Due to the subject matter, this book contains some graphic content."
If you check the reviews for this book, you will find that most readers are not offended, but this isn't your typical inspirational novel.

An unspeakable evil and an unbelievable power is about to be released into the world...Lieutenant Paul Bolang, stationed at Fort Saint in Tunisia in the 1920's discovers a hieroglyph. Suspecting that the fort might have been built beside an ancient Egyptian foundation, he summons an archaeological party. When a tomb is discovered and opened, death strikes immediately...and reveals a grisly secret.Lt. Bolang soon uncovers two other tombs: the tombs of the Goddess of Light and the Goddess of Darkness. As the first tomb is opened, a being escapes into the desert...and is pursued by Bolang. What will the next tomb hold? Will opening it unleash a great evil and suffering on mankind, as many believe? Or is all that simply a myth?Could two ancient Egyptian goddesses be resurrected into the modern world? Lt. Bolang must choose what to believe...and determine what is believable.

Friday, July 30, 2010

At the beginning, I thought I should introduce myself and my writing. You can read about who I am in the profile. That's not as important as what I like or what I know. The main idea I can give you is that I write, and I love to write. I also hate to not be writing. I have written twenty novels of those six are in publication, over 42 published technical articles, over 15 published short stories. I have ideas to write continuously, but I need a break every now and then--then I read. I've provided you the blurb on my novel Centurion. Check it out at You can find it at most web booksellers.

Hauntingly compelling, Centurion gives life to Abenadar, the man who was entrusted with the controversial and potentially explosive crucifixion of Christ. A longing heart. An unlikely friendship. Love...and the bitterest of betrayals. The son of a Galilean concubine-a Jewess-and a Roman ambassador, Abenadar suffered disapproving stares in the village of Natzeret, but so did the boy Yeshua, son of Yosef and Miryam. Perhaps it wasn't unusual the two became fast friends. As Abenadar rises through the ranks of the Roman Legion to assume the rank of Centurion, he finds love with Ruth, a woman he rescues from the streets of Jerusalem. She believes the prophet Jesus is the One-the Messiah-everyone has been waiting for. Abenadar is dubious. He's seen too many messiahs.and they all died on Roman crosses. But what if Jesus is telling the truth? As advisor to Procurator Pontius Pilate and a Roman, Abenadar has a duty to uphold...but it may cause him to lose everything.