AMcCarter wrote:Just posted one on Smashwords. Nook and Kindle will follow soon.
izanobu wrote:I got to read Gamers for a workshop. It's awesome. Seriously.
Martin L. Shoemaker wrote:Thomas, that looks fascinating! I like the idea of ancient detective stories. Is it an alternate history, or more of a lost history?
...When I first came upon Heron of Alexandria, a noted inventor and scientist of his time, I was flat blown away. This guy was inventing stuff that was crazy advanced. Then after a little more research I found it wasn’t even the tip of the iceberg. The whole time period around the BC to AD switch was rife with mind blowing inventions, all centered around Alexandria and its Great Library. I knew right then and there, I would write a book about Heron and Alexandria and all the wickedly amazing things that happened then...
E.CaimanSands wrote:I've got to agree, this sounds like a fascinating subject for a novel, Thomas. Though I admit I'm not into the alt history thing either. Actually, I can't think of an alt history I've ever read. I've got a history/politics degree so maybe that has something to do with it.
Actually, I wouldn't mind writing a historical novel... But I'm dead scared of the research!
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