The Gods Who Chose Us

The Gods Who Chose Us
Earth is caught in an emerging war between the Greek and Norse pantheons—beings who are real, but not who we thought they were.

The Aesir are desperate to free themselves from the hegemonic rule of Olympia. They send a covert team to Earth to leverage the humans as allies in their pending conflict with their Olympian overlords. By doing this, the Aesir know they will be disrupting an experiment the superior Olympians have been secretly performing on the human race for nearly one thousand years.

However, the Olympians aren’t too keen on allowing the Aesir to tamper with their clandestine plans for humans. The Aesir and Olympians on Earth become entwined in a cat-and-mouse game as they hunt one another, search for unwittingly genetically modified humans, and explore underground facilities at many of Earth’s oldest monuments, uncovering forgotten and dangerous research.

THE GODS WHO CHOSE US (hard science-fiction) is a reimagining of global mythology from a science fiction perspective. Various established mythos have been transformed into unique civilizations that interact with one another, with the story centered on characters from the Norse (Aesir) and Greek (Olympians) pantheons. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Unsung Odysseys

Unsung Odysseys

‘Unsung Odysseys’ re-tells the story of Odysseus’ journey home from Troy through the voices of women. Included is the voice of Odysseus’ mother, wife, nurse, the love-struck princess, the benevolent witch, and the possessive nymph. Their stories provide a long-silenced female perspective on events. This work will appeal to those interested in hearing women’s voices in mythology and in the re-telling of ancient myths. $2.99 on Kindle.
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Unsung Odysseys

Unsung Odysseys
Unsung Odysseys re-tells the story of Odysseus’ journey home from Troy through the voices of women. Each female speaks directly to the reader in her own voice with each character picking up the thread where the previous character left off. The work will appeal to readers interested in re-telling of ancient myths, in Homer’s Odyssey, in historical fiction, and in women’s fiction. $0.99 on Kindle.

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