Journey Through the Darkness
Journey Through the Darkness is my first Non-Fiction, Faith-Based book. It will be available soon. I wanted to write this for a long time. This is my personal story of how I came to be a man of deep abiding faith in God, and the things that God has done in my life.
As the holiday, Christmas, approaches and you are searching for gift ideas, consider books, in whatever form you choose. Books open the doors to the imagination. They can be about anything, however, if you choose books to give, make them personal for the person you are giving them too. Cookbooks for someone who cooks, fiction… Continue reading Gifts fit for the Season
James McKenzie sat in his office at the University contemplating what had happened, and how his life experiences had brought him to this day. He sat with fingers interlaced, index fingers on the bridge of his nose and his thumbs pressed to his lips. James was a strikingly handsome man. Red hair, slightly graying at… Continue reading Odysseus’ Bow update.
As a writer it is important for your stories to flow and for you to maximize the reader's experience and interaction with your characters. One of my recent discoveries, a tip from another writer, was to listen to what you have written so you can understand what it would sound like to a reader. I… Continue reading Tools for better writing.
What drives you to write? In my case it is the desire to share my imagination and the stories that play in my head. Writing has many benefits, it is therapeutic, it is a release, it is an avenue with which you have an opportunity to be creative. Have you ever read a story that… Continue reading What drives you to write?
I hope you are as excited as I am about the progress made with Odysseus' Bow. This is the best Tamara Jenkins story to date. I hope the fans of Tamara are ready for an exciting adventure. This new book is going to be a real eye-opener. I have shared some very deep personal insight… Continue reading Update: Odysseus’ Bow is moving along.
Today as I am sitting here in front of my keyboard, I see many great and wonderful plot twists in the upcoming book. I noticed when I used some editing software for what I have already written, that the software will correct things or point them out and when a reviewer reads your manuscript, you… Continue reading Progress Report: Odysseus’ Bow
The potion was made from a plant that only grows in the Caucuses. It had a purple flower and resembled a thistle, but was aromatic. Caladan followed the preparation exactly as written. The potion when finished was royal purple, and was pleasant to the nose. He brought the potion to Tamara and she went to… Continue reading Odysseus’ Bow: Chapter 8
I support and promote Indie Authors. I am an avid reader as well as a writer. I have a small book collection of my favorite authors. In todays publishing world though, it seems that the Indie Author is today's new Author. Indie Authors are often overlooked, under appreciated, underrated, and not respected. Some of todays… Continue reading Indie Authors
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It's Personal June 2018 Story by Melissa Mendonca John Moore: Next Steps/My Father’s House It was a straightforward series of events that led John Moore, 54, to the steps of Pastor Kurt Salierno six years ago. “I was homeless. I’d gotten hurt. I lost my apartment,” he says. A degenerative back injury had become… Continue reading It’s Personal. Interview in Enjoy South Valley Magazine.
James McKenzie, the husband of Tamara Jenkins, professor of Occult Studies, was now in the thick of it. He had to find a descendant of Gilgamesh, one who could wield the power of Gilgamesh and complete the group needed to keep Nimrod from being released or if he was released, to imprison him again. James… Continue reading Update on Odysseus’ Bow
Today, I got some direct feedback from a High School English/Writing Teacher. He bought two of my books, Bloodlines and Infinities Gate. This is a man who in his career taught creative writing classes. He was so excited about the books and said "I can't wait to read the next book." He asked about the… Continue reading The Greatest Compliment….
They entered the temple and were amazed. It was like stepping back in history three thousand years or more. The brazen altar, the giant bronze seas containing oil to be lit to summon Pythia, the Oracle of Delphi. Here Tamara could feel her magic strength returning, which explained a lot. If someone had found a… Continue reading Odysseus’ Bow – Chapter 5
Armed with the knowledge that Ich Bin had shared, they started the climb to the next trial. Sthenno would be more challenging to overcome than the Sphinx or the Nemean Lion. She was a Titan, older even than the Pantheon, more potent than the other foes they had faced and much more deadly. One look… Continue reading ****Update, Update, Update**** Odysseus’ Bow – Chapter Four
I enjoyed reading this book more than I thought I would. I love action adventure, sci-fi fantasy, fantasy, thrillers, and good books in general. I loved the way that the author took a well-used story about vampires and made it her own. The conflict of trying to escape the Suckers, going through the trials it… Continue reading Review of Living Like A Vampire
I have often asked of others this question. "If Jesus Christ was crucified on Good Friday, and was in the grave three days and three nights as he foretold as well as scripture. Then how did he rise from the tomb on Saturday evening? In the Jewish system, it is the evening first, and then… Continue reading What day was Christ actually crucified on?
I was born in Australia and grew up in The Netherlands. I checked out Adelaide, the city of my birth, for half a year after high school, before studying in The Netherlands to become a veterinarian. After a short career in the UK and a move to Perth, Western Australia with my husband, I… Continue reading Interview with Jacky Dahlhaus
The writing is going well, and I just finished four more chapters, here is an excerpt from chapter 3 The climb to the lair of the lion was treacherous. The rocks were loose, the hand and footholds were tenuous, and they could see that people had fallen from the heights in the past. James was… Continue reading Update on Odysseus’ Bow
Customer Review 5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting and Magical Adventure ByEmerson Rose Craigon February 23, 2018 Format: Paperback “At the Equinox, a bright blue glow engulfed the entire hill. Above the monument, a vortex opened and sucked them into its eye. When the light faded, they were gone.” Infinities Gate is the second book… Continue reading Review of Infinities Gate By Emerson Rose
I received an e-mail today from a book reviewer who started to review two of my books. The e-mail was polite and pleasant, and the reviewer gave me some food for thought. The reviewer commended the works as excellent, the technical side was great, the research used was thorough, but she was unable to finish… Continue reading Not Every Reviewer Fits.
Tamara and James prepared for the worst. They were going to head to the Caucuses and seek an audience with Pythia. Tamara was uneasy, she had felt guilty about Kameron for two years, and now she was headed back to the area where they had destroyed the Black Magus’ stronghold. Tamara knew that it would… Continue reading Odysseus’ Bow – Chapter 2 preview
Archeologist, Academic, Sorcerer, and leader in the fight against Good and Evil, Tamara Jenkins is on the hunt for those who would use Infinities Gate to bring destruction to all of Humanity.
As of today, you can get any of my books personally autographed by me. send me an email with your name and what you would like the autograph to say, and I will get the book to you as soon as possible. The Books are listed below. The Guardians of Embrellon The Twins of Embrellon… Continue reading Author Autographed Books Now Available
Tamara Jenkins, Ph.D. an Archeology Professor had found the greatest treasure in the world inside a cave after completing an archeological expedition to northern Montana. Looking for Native American Artifacts for her Doctoral Thesis, she found a doorway to a surreal and fantastic world she knew should not exist. She becomes the most powerful Sorcerer in history, and Champion for the Practitioners of the Arcane Arts. She leads a Group of Sorcerers, Knights, Watchers, and Shamans against the Dark Forces of Magic led by Clyde Barnwell, the Black Magus. A powerful Warlock bent on destroying Tamara and her Allies. Controlling the Dark Forces, Barnwell commands the legions of Strigoi, Nosferatu, Shape Shifters, Witches, and other dark entities thought to be myths and legends. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In a bid for ultimate power Clyde Barnwell, The Black Magus, the most powerful Warlock on Earth, has found the location of and stolen Odysseus’ Bow. The bow Odysseus used to kill those who tried to steal his kingdom and his beloved Penelope. When he died, Apollo and Poseidon took the bow and hid it on the Lost Continent of Atlantis. The Bow is the only weapon that is capable of descending a Guardian. Those created by Athair to protect Humanity from the powers of the Fallen. The Pantheon recruits Tamara and her allies to help stop Barnwell and his dark forces.
When the creative juices begin to flow, one must sit down and write. Today, the plot line jelled and the story began to unfold. It is always a good day when I get to sit down and start writing a new story.
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Today, I started the new edit and revision of my first book. It is going to be expanded with additional storyline content, and ready after the first of the year. I hope that all of you who have become fans of the series, are ready to get a bigger, better, and expanded book. It was… Continue reading Second Edition in the works!!
If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14 KJV https://bible.com/bible/1/2ch.7.14.kjv
If you are interested in receiving a free copy prior to publication, and are willing to review this book, please contact me and I will send you a copy of Infinities Gate
Give the Gift of reading. The greatest tool to increase the abilities and sharpen the mind is by giving a book to someone and letting their imagination soar to make believe worlds, fantasy adventures, and escapes of all kinds. Give a mind a chance to stretch.
He was still at least five miles inside the Shadowlands. Once he went the rest of the way he could open a portal. But he still had to get there, and he had to get Morcandon to that room in the Fortress. He had gone another three miles and stopped to rest, he was almost… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 10
Bartok had departed from the Fortress and had gone to Storm Haven. He was going to enter into the South by boat, and had realized that until he got into the South, he needed to conceal his identity. Once he had arrived in Storm Haven, he had used Magic to conceal his Robe and… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 9
When Atlantis was young, before Noah built his Ark, was the time of Magic: Wizards and Sorcerers battled the forces of the Black Necromancer, Morcandon the Black, his Dark Mages, Warlocks, and the Demon Hoard. The Wizards are all that stand between the Free Lands in the North of Pangea, and the Dark Lands of… Continue reading The Sorcerer Chronicles Series – on sale starting December 1, 2017 each book will be available separately for .99, and then $1.99 from December 1 – 8, 2017
Each of the Wizards faced off with one of the Dark Mages, they gave the Mages the first attack. There were lightning bolts cast, the Wizards had learned the power of their sigils, forming their sigil with their empty hand, they absorbed the lightning bolts, then using their staff, they sent a blast back, this… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 8
They had risen and were preparing to leave when a Griffin landed, and spoke to Bartok. They had an incursion into an area near the rock cliffs where the Griffin’s made their home. They had fought them back, but they needed help and if they didn’t get it soon, they would be overrun. Bartok told… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 7
They had flown through the night; no one knew how far they had come. The sound of the air rushing past their ears was maddening. They had all gotten incredibly cold and they were all looking forward to landing somewhere, making a fire and drinking some hot tea. They had travelled farther than Sarzon could… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 6