Read this smart, thoughtful review of my historical novel, The Ada Decades, in North Carolina’s LGBT newspaper, Q Notes! Torie Dominguez calls it “a work of quiet wisdom.”
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Ma’at is the Egyptian goddess of justice. Her symbol is the ostrich feather you can see in the cover.
According to Egyptian mythology, when a person died, s/he was judged in a very simple way: Anubis would put his/her heart (ib) on top of a scale, and then place the Ma’at feather on the other side. 80 more words
Isn’t it awesome we have yet another interview? And this is going to full-blown…
Yes! A drunk interview with David Limdholm, author of… 950 more words