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There Was No Hope Weekend Writing Warriors

Here’s the link to the Weekend Writing Warriors central page, so you can visit all the participants sharing excerpts today…a fun way to sample new books and find new authors! 378 more words

THINGS I LOVED/HATED THIS WEEK #112

LOVE:

Nescafé:

I have never in my life consumed instant coffee. I own a bottle of instant espresso, but that’s for baking and not for drinking. 1,233 more words

France

My Sexy Saturday 8/29/15

Welcome to My Sexy Saturday post! Today, I’m share 7 sentences from my latest work in progress, the 4th novel in my Descendants of Ra series, Encore. 138 more words

Paranormal Romance

Ma'at

Ma’at was both a concept and a goddess in ancient Egypt. Truth, order, balance, and morality, she stood on Ra’s boat that carried the sun through the sky. 131 more words

Psychology

A game, a Queen, and a bit of luck

Board games are one of the oldest forms of gaming — and one of the oldest games found to date comes from Ancient Egypt.  It is called  990 more words

Today's Art (27th August 2015)

Well, today’s painting was inspired by a documentary I watched a few months ago about animal mummification in Ancient Egypt. Anyway, one of the surprising things I learnt from this documentary was that they mummified a surprising range of animals ( 92 more words

Art

CHAPTER 1 -- THE ANCIENT ARABIANS

According to the work of John G. Jackson, the original inhabitants of Arabia were a much darker people than the Arabs of today.

Drusilla Dunjee Houston… 275 more words