Monthly Archives: April 2013

Marcus Antonius?

I like Tor.com’s explanation best for the giant styrofoam head found floating in the Hudson River last week: This past Thursday a giant styrofoam head turned up in the Hudson River. Our suspicion is that it fell through from an … Continue reading

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AmWriting: Research is writing, too!

It helps that I love all things ancient Rome; I’ve spent almost as much time researching my MUSES OF ROMA series as I have writing it. From books to web sites to pod casts to multiple viewings of the HBO … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Rome

The Eternal City of Rome is 2,766 years old as of 4/21/13…if you go by the day Romulus and Remus, who were conceived by the war god Mars and a Vestal Virgin, raised the city’s first walls.

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AmWriting: Three goals for my new blog series

My goal is to write a post each week about my experiences writing my current work-in-progress, the third book in my MUSES OF ROMA sci-fi/alt-history epic.  I’m going to call this series “AmWriting,” after the popular Twitter hashtag of the … Continue reading

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