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Nefrusheri's Bust

This is a sketchbook portrait of my original character Nefrusheri. She was this Egyptian (or pseudo-Egyptian) warrior princess I created for a fantasy story wherein she had to retrieve a magic staff stolen by the Chinese (or pseudo-Chinese). 44 more words

Artwork

Gods of Egypt and Lucid Dreaming with Mary Woldering

A very busy couple of weeks has stalled my recaps of October’s Virtual Fantasy Con, but at last I’ve eeked out the time to post my my interview with Mary Woldering, who stopped by my booth on Monday, October 16. 1,356 more words

Author Interview

Egyptian Queen of China

This character would be a woman from ancient Egypt who has married into the imperial family of China after a long journey across the Indian Ocean. 130 more words

Black Woman

Fantasy Reads - `Black Ships'

This week I’m recommending a gripping Historical Fantasy based on Virgil’s epic poem, The Aeneid. “Black Ships” by American author, Jo Graham, was first published in 2008 and is still easy to find in paperback or ebook editions. 1,074 more words

Book Reviews

History is Subjective

In my very first paper for my Ancient Egypt course, I found myself writing apologetically.  It is bad enough in social conversation, but I wonder how it went over to a college professor. 314 more words

World History

Ancient Egypt Summarized

Talking about ancient Egypt would be so long, it would basically be a book, and I have plenty of those. So, instead of going into every little detail (that can be for future posts), I’m going to summarize it for you. 353 more words

History