California archaeology student Chione has vivid dreams about the discovery of an opulent tomb. After the founder of the Institute of Archaeology learns that Chione’s dreams might be connected to events in Egypt, he accepts an offer to examine a mysterious site in Valley of the Queens.
After they discover an ancient burial site, spells encoded into the hieroglyphs on the tomb’s walls transport Chione and her former boyfriend, archaeologist Aaron Ashby, 3,500 years into the past: to ancient Egypt. There, they learn of Tutankhamon and Tauret, a priestess in Pharaoh's Court.
Meanwhile, the other team members are affected in unfathomable ways by the Ka: the spirit of the entombed. Chione and Aaron learn that Tauret plans to provide Tutankhamon with a living heir... and that they have been chosen to play a crucial part in completing their destiny.
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Mary Deal, a native of Walnut Grove in California's Sacramento River Delta, now resides in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was Founder and past President of Kauai Writer's Roundtable. She is also an artist, photographer and former editor of a print magazine and newspaper columnist.
She is the author of six suspense novels: "The Tropics," an adventure/suspense trilogy, "The Ka," a paranormal Egyptian suspense, "River Bones," a thriller that takes place in her childhood hometown area, "Down to the Needle," a thriller, taking place along the West coast, "Legacy of the Tropics," a re-write and expansion of The Tropics, and "The Howling Cliffs, A Sara Mason Mystery" and 1st sequel to the award winning River Bones. She has also published "Off Center in the Attic," a collection of over-the-top short stories and flash fiction pieces. The eBooks, "Write it Right - Tips for Authors, Vol. I and Vol. II are nonfiction references for writers. "Write It Right - Tips for Authors - The Big Book" brings both of the Write It Write eBooks together in paperback. A nonfiction is "Hypno-Scripts: Live Changing Techniques Using Self-Hypnosis and Meditation."
"River Bones" was a winner in the Eric Hoffer Book Awards competition and a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Books Awards. Her short story, "The Last This I Do" was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. "Write it Right - Tips for Authors - The Big Book" was a Finalist in the 2015 National Indie Excellence Awards. "The Howling Cliffs - A Sara Mason Mystery" won a Bronze in the 2015 Global Ebook Awards. "Hypno-Scripts: Life-Changing Techniques Using Self-Hypnosis and Meditation" won a Silver in the 2016 Global Ebook Awards.
Her mega-Web site, WriteAnyGenre.com, is a valuable resource for writers. It covers topics from all creative writing to business writing, including interviews, writing samples and examples. Portions also cover other aspects of creativity, like artwork for books covers.
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John W. wood was born and raised in Flint, Michigan in a middle-class family. His father was a musician and a radio D.J. His mother was a writer of short stories and radio and scripts. His parents had a Sunday afternoon radio program, where his mother wrote the scripts, and they played the different characters.
As a teen, he worked for a gun shop and learned a great deal about weapons, hunting, and shooting. He became an instructor in shooting skeet and trap and came in second as junior state champion. This training came in handy when he joined the Marines after high school. Click here to learn more about this fantastically interesting author!
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It will be fair to say that Sonador Snow’s writing career started when he was about two! At about that age his mother ‘crippled’ him for life with a vivid fantasy after starting to read to him books like ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Lord of the Rings’ every night.
Once Sonador started reading himself there was no stopping him and he soon turned into part of the furniture at his local library. The first stories Sonador created himself are long lost now. In his teenage years he started entertaining his annoying little sister on the back seat of their family vehicle with fairy tales he was inventing on the go. Nothing is left of them and all he can remember is that there was a rabbit, a prince and a naughty tortoise. He can’t tell if the stories were good or not, but the fact was that his sister kept quiet during the long journeys and sat listening to him.
After battling his way through all the ranks of education and trying to build ‘a happy’ life following all the rules of the rat race for years he finally decided that it was about time to give up the impossible and start living miserably but doing what he likes most – writing and reading. Sonador spent several years ghost writing novels for others and eventually he decided to try and write one himself. “Quest for Babylon’s Soul” is hardly a classic, but if you like Indiana Jones and all masters of the suspense genre you might like this one too.
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