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Happy New Year! (Ancient Egyptian Style)

There are a lot of ways to celebrate the New Year, and many of them involve parties. Well, the ancient Egyptians were big party animals themselves, and they had their own way of celebrating the New Year, too — which … Continue reading

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Love Poems: The Ancient Egyptians Knew How to Get Their Sexy On

Say “Ancient Egyptians” and people pretty much think about their love affair with pyramids, the afterlife, gold and jewels, wigs, eye kohl, and tombs. But did you know the Ancient Egyptians also had a love affair with poems? What makes … Continue reading

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Amazing Things I Learn about My Characters

I love all the characters I write in my books. The good characters and the bad characters. The goofy and the serious. The messed up and the semi-normal. What you should know is that all of my characters originate from … Continue reading

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Striking Anomaly Found in Great Pyramid

I found the neatest tidbit of news today: There is an anomaly in the Great Pyramid that suggests another possible chamber or cavity. “This anomaly is impressive and obvious. We have several hypothesis but no conclusion for the moment.” Umm…wow. … Continue reading

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Cool Stuff You Didn’t Know About Ancient Egyptians

The Ancient Egyptians are full of surprises. Yes, they had interesting beliefs in the Afterlife — can you really take it with you? Who knows. No one’s come back to prove or disprove their theory. Yes, they had oodles of … Continue reading

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Secrets of Ancient Egypt: The Mystery of Ankhesenamun

Ancient Egypt is filled with mystery and intrigue. Though the ancient Egyptians were a peaceful people, they were not immune to brutal wars with their enemies, political intrigue, familial betrayal and conspiracies, and even murder. King Tutankhamun, one of the most famous Pharaohs … Continue reading

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