Well, the title pretty much says it all, but I’ll still put a little bit of text here because I’d like to reward you for the click.
Monday saw the release of the first story in my ‘Egypt and Dinosaurs’ universe. Narmer and the God Beast tells the tale of a boy and his dragon, only that boy is a young king Narmer, the first Pharaoh of Egypt, and the dragon is a 30 ton dinosaur (paralititan stromeri, the Tidal Giant, to be precise). Together they can unite Egypt, but first they must endure and overcome Narmer’s brother Bahek’s cruelty . . .
I had an amazing cover done by Lee Eschliman, and have been ranting on all month about my influences for the short story and how the idea came to be. You can see the list of posts here:
- Pharaoh: The Boy Who Conquered the Nile (Book Review)
- Who was Narmer IRL?
- Dinotopia: A Remembrance and Review
- Paralititan Stromeri: The Tidal Giant
- Death Dogs: The Jackal Gods of Ancient Egypt (review)
- From the Primordial Ooze: The Gensis of an Idea
- The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt (review)
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Anyway, thanks all for reading. This has been something I’ve waited so long to share with everyone, and a bit of a wild ride to get to this moment. I’m so thankful I was able to do this at all, and I’m hopeful there will be so much more where this came from (read as sequels and a novel! Lol).
As always, please let me know your thoughts in the comments. Thanks for reading all this and I’ll see you next time!