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I turn wickedly strong tea into historical fantasy fiction in which the gods, heroes, and myths of Ancient Greece come to life as you’ve never seen them before. When I’m not creating worlds or killing off characters, I wrangle honeybees and travel to places near and far alongside a wooly monster named Finn McSpool.
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In a world brimming with political turmoil and violent ambition, destiny isn’t given. It’s made by cunning, endurance, and, at times, bloodshed.
Set in the Greco-Roman world introduced in the Osteria Chronicles, Domna is a serialized historical fantasy novel that tells the story of Sofia Domna, a woman whose destiny is abruptly changed when she reprimands the wrong man.
If you like the political intrigue, adventure, and love triangles of historical fiction by Philippa Gregory and Bernard Cornwell, and the mythological world-building of fantasy fiction by Madeline Miller and Simon Scarrow, you’ll love Domna.
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Perfect for fans of mythological adventure and romance like Clash of the Titans, as well as historical fantasy fiction by Madeline Miller, S.J.A. Turney, Mary Renault, and Bernard Cornwell, the Osteria Chronicles are a captivating fantasy series in which the myths, gods, and heroes of Ancient Greece come to life as you’ve never seen them before.
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Hello Bloglandia! Enough with the cat memes, it’s time to add a touch of culture to this blog. Okay, who am I kidding, I can’t resist a cat meme, but I do want to share with you some of the culture from Ancient Rome that went into the making of Domna and explain how George … Continue reading Giving Domna a Touch of Culture…Roman Culture, That Is
So in yesterday’s release announcement for Domna, Part Two: The Solon’s Son once you got past the flaming chocolate cake, you might have noticed that the only links were for Amazon, whereas Domna, Part One had a long list of links of where it could be found. I know it was just a few weeks … Continue reading A Change in Plans – Returning to Amazon Exclusivity