I've always had difficulty with plotting stories. I can conceive of settings and characters easily, but innovative and complex plots don't come naturally to me. I would therefore appreciate some…Continue
Brandon Pilcher has not received any gifts yet
Apekhuri craned his big head upward, inhaled through his nostrils, and let out a deep rumbling growl from his mouth of blade-like teeth. The tyrannosaur's tail swayed behind him as he sat crouched within the wall of jungle that reared alongside a moss-stained road.
Rashekhu, Queen of Djakhem,…Continue
Faraji wiped the last speck of blood off his scimitar and held it up against the campfire's light. Even after all the nicks and scratches it had collected over years of combat, it still shone with an almost heavenly brilliance. The inscriptions in its blade, written in cursive Aradyic, invoked the Moon's…Continue
Egypt, 1350 BC
I entered the sanctuary area at the back of our hut with a bowl of gazelle meat. Beside me my niece, little Nebet, hugged her miniature drum as if it were a doll. The likenesses of our forefathers and mothers watched our passage with painted eyes, their altars adorned with weapons and the gold flies their valor had earned them in life. But it was the gilded likeness of Sekhmet, she of the lion mask and blood-dyed gown, who awaited our arrival against the…Continue
On December 1st this year, Zimbell Publishing will release their new anthology Curse of the Tomb Seekers, which has an ancient Egyptian theme.
Disturbing the resting places of the Pharaoh’s was thought to bring down plagues and curses upon those that dared. The Book of the Dead and other artifacts are coveted by historians and archeologists alike. Untold…