René Gilbert awoke shackled to the wall of a four-foot-high ship’s slave hold.
The filthy bilgewater splashed over his head and then receded. Under sail.
The North Atlantic, 1672. To survive, René must escape a slave ship in the midst of the ocean.
Focus on the first thing, his fencing master’s voice rose from within his memory.
“Don’t drown,” he thought. His second thought was the memory of a wooden rod speeding toward him for his sarcasm.
Rapier sharp pulse pounding action across the warp and weave of the seventeenth century. Sailing ships, pirates, and past lives contend in this first book of an award-winning trilogy.
Read The Sun God’s Heir: Return (Book One) and set sail into a time where love and life were precious and easily taken away. Where the distance to one’s enemies was measured by the length of a rapier’s blade.
Alexandre Dumas meets Horatio Hornblower and The Mummy in this sweeping, swashbuckling tale. Kirkus Reviews
The Sun God’s Heir: Return, is an epic story, taking you into a time where actions and words ripple from the past into the present and then invade the future. A truly remarkable story. Readers Favorite
In this epic fantasy, THE SUN GOD’S HEIR by Elliott Baker, readers are offered a unique and compelling story line. Baker’s vivid descriptions and well-drawn characters seem to shimmer with life. Judge, 25th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards.
Ashira is a beautiful girl from Chicago who meets a billionaire from the Middle East. The whirlwind love affair sends Ashira on an emotional roller coaster. Ahmed sweeps her off her feet and moves her into his Manhattan mansion. He seems perfect. Just like the father she once knew. Ashira’s dreams are shattered when she learns a shocking secret. In search of truth she stumbles upon a deadly underworld that threatens the safety of girls and women globally. Only she has the power to save them. Guided by her ancestors the quest takes Ashira to ancient Africa.
There is power hidden inside Ashira that can save the world from self-destruction. But she doesn’t know she has this power because she doesn’t know who she is. The power was passed down from the Creator Goddess, Asherah through the black woman. The first human. It is passed on through the DNA of all black women and is waiting to be awakened. Ashira’s identity has been hidden because of male domination. All traces of the Goddesses were removed from history. The world is now violent and out of balance.
Because her identity is hidden, she doesn’t remember how to use her power. As a direct descendant of Mother Asherah, Ashira is called to awaken and save the world. But the battle within holds her back from finding true love. The power is passed through the black woman. But the black man carries the seed to activate it.
In order to find her soulmate, Ashira must first find herself. Guardian Orisha Yemoja, Oya, and Osun guide and protect Ashira on her journey.
There is power hidden inside Ashira that can save the world from self-destruction. But she doesn’t know she has this power because she doesn’t know who she is. The power was passed down from the Creator Goddess, Asherah through the black woman. The first human. It is passed on through the DNA of all black women and is waiting to be awakened. Ashira’s identity has been hidden because of male domination. All traces of the Goddesses were removed from history. The world is now violent and out of balance. As a direct descendant of Mother Asherah, Ashira is called to awaken and save the world. But the battle within holds her back from finding true love. In order to find her soulmate, Ashira must first find herself.
Guardian Orisha Yemoja, Oya, and Osun guide and protect Ashira on her journey.
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R.B. Landeck returns with the second part of his DEAD HEMISPHERE series and another chapter in its harrowing story of survival, failure, triumph, and redemption, and the very fabric of humanity in the face of certain annihilation.
From the concrete jungle of Nairobi to the beaches of Mombasa and the deep blue expanse of the Indian Ocean, pursued by the dead and an alliance of the powerful, hell-bent on keeping their secret from slipping away, rejoin Tom Railsback and his band of survivors in their struggle to outrun the mutation that is eating its way through the continent. Will he and his family make it out of Africa before it is too late? Allegiances will be tested, bonds made and broken, and endurance tested to its very limits against the tide of death and destruction, and KERES RISING from the very gates of hell itself.
The chief of a small village in Africa was taken and thrown into the world of slavery. Weak, hungry and dehydrated; he was forced to continue walking until they met up with a buyer that was in the slave business. Beaten and frail, the chief only had a little bit left to live for, which was slowly being taken away from him. Among his only possessions left was a small wooden pendant beautifully crafted with intricate designs, which was stolen from him by the man who purchased him. He performed one last incantation, offering his spirit to his god, before he collapsed to the ground – dead.
All of those who had a hand in his business would be haunted by his spirit for as long as they lived.
Around a decade or so later, after his parents died, a young man named Richard discovered his mother’s box of personal belongings. Feeling like everything in it was junk and would be tossed out along with the house, he noticed a small antique necklace within the box that he preceded to try on. Richard never planned or could guess what would happen next!
Haunted by terrifying nightmares and a mysterious prophecy, a young man embarks on a 3,000-mile trek through the African bush. From Victoria Falls at night during a lunar rainbow to the great African savannah stampeding with wildebeest to the evocative Serengeti with Mt. Kilimanjaro rising up with the dawn, The Light Behind Blue Circles captures some of Africa’s most iconic scenery. This is a ghost story-it’s about that rumble in your stomach when adrenaline surges. It’s that feeling you get when you stand in the dark and hear an animal growling from only feet away, or sense there’s someone else in a gloomy room. Although this fictional story has characters that are Maasai, it is not about their culture as much as a web that several Maasai and a Seer get drawn into, along with several travelers. Start reading, and you’ll never look at Africa the same again.