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Odysseus’ Bow: Chapter 8

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

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Update on Odysseus’ Bow

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

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Odysseus’ Bow – Chapter 5

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

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****Update, Update, Update**** Odysseus’ Bow – Chapter Four

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

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Update on Odysseus’ Bow

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