Egyptian Mythos ~ does it have the stuff?
That is a pretty strong statement, yes? But, the more I research Ancient Egyptian Mythos the more I’m convinced this is an untapped source of inspiration. Ancient Egyptians believed in an afterlife. Death was only the beginning. So much so they loaded their tombs with food, materials, and servants, everything they would need in their new life. And who can overlook the Book of the Dead, the book of spells that would protect the deceased on their journey through Duat (Underworld) to the Afterlife. Or curse those that disturbed the tomb. Curses, mummies, spells, and underworld gods.
In the Key to the Cursed Series, the gods of the underworld have awoken from their 5,000 year old slumber when a tomb of a malevolent goddess was exhumed and a cursed released upon the earth. I challenge those who believe Egyptian Mythos is only best served in historical romance. Tell me what you think. What do you love about Egyptian Mythos? Does it have the stuff to make it?
THE HUMAN REALM HIS BATTLEFIELD
Asar, the Egyptian God of the Underworld, has been tortured and left soulless by a malevolent goddess, relegating him to consume the very thing he was commisioned to protect. Human souls. Now an empty schell of hatred, Asar vows to kill the goddess and anyone involved in here release, but fate crosses his path with a beautiful blonde huntress who has a soul too sweet to ignore.
DEADLY SECRETS BETTER LEFT UNEARTHED
Lilly, fearless commander of the Nehebkau huntresses, is the only thing standing in the way of the goddess’ undead army unleashing hell on earth. But Lilly has a secret– one she is willing to sell her soul to keep. If the Underworld god discovers here role in the dig that released the goddess, she will lose everthing, including his heart.
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