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We aren’t THAT different from the Ancient Romans

August 31, 2015 by
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The Ancient Romans lived so long ago, sometimes it’s hard to think of them as more than some words in a history book. But they were real people, people who lived their day to day lives just like we do today. In many ways, the Ancient Romans were just like us…. Graffiti       Look on any modern city street, or any public bathroom, and you’re bound to find some graffiti. Declarations of love, declarations of hate, and plenty...

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Cover Reveal – Field of Mars: Complete Edition by David Rollins

August 28, 2015 by
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Marcus Licinius Crassus’s lust for gold and glory was legendary. What became of his army is myth. In Crassus the tyrant, Rufinius the soldier, Appias the historian, Mena the hag and Lucia the Golden Whore, David Rollins brings to life a mystery that has plagued historians for centuries. The only constant in this world is Mars, the god of war, and who he will favour is anyone’s guess. Desperate to write himself into the pages of history, proconsul Marcus Licinius...

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6 of the Best Fictional Bookstores and Libraries

August 26, 2015 by
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As readers, bookstores and libraries are undeniably some of our favorite places. Being surrounded by books is one of the most comforting and yet exciting things in a book-lover’s life.   It really isn’t any surprise that writers also love bookstores and libraries, and the best fiction is full of some of the coolest places to find a good book (or a magical adventure.) Here are some of the ones we most want to visit.   The Unseen University Library...

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Guest Post: David Rollins

August 21, 2015 by

Change of pace – from Contemporary Thriller to Ancient Adventure Field of Mars is very different in many ways to my other nine novels, although I guess it too could be loosely classed as a political thriller. My last six books featured OSI Agent Vin Cooper and were more or less set in the here and now. After the dust had settled on Standoff, the last Cooper book published, it came time to begin on the next adventure. Trouble was, I had …