Saturday, March 8, 2014

After the Cataclysm

A writer friend of mine, Inge Borg, has a new book available. If you have the chance, please check out her books. 

Just published:

Inge H. Borg’s Book 3 of the Legends of the Winged Scarab series is a dystopian action/adventure that stands alone. However, readers would benefit from having read at least Book 2 - Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, whereas Book 1, Khamsin, the Devil Wind of the Nile, is a complete stand-alone with only its artifacts bridging it to its two sequels.





Yellowstone Supervolcano explodes. A ghost ship, the abandoned real Lyubov Orlova, becomes a floating battleground between protagonists from Sirocco, Storm over Land and Sea, Book 2.
After the Cataclysm, Book 3 of the Legends of the Winged Scarab series, a dystopian action-adventure novel, plunges straight into this desperate post-apocalyptic world.
Egyptologist Naunet Wilkins and her scientist husband Jonathan flee their lawless homeland, accepting an uneasy offer from Egyptian archaeologist Jabari El-Masri, a fugitive from his own country. He was given refuge on Venezuela’s Isla Margarita, owned by the fanatic art collector Lorenzo Dominguez. Did El-Masri barter his Golden Tablets and the expertise of his American friends for his own exile?
Once again, Naunet is torn between translating the ancient curses for the ruthless South American billionaire, and saving her future world from the dire prophecies.
As another ill-wind blows, she finds her answer.
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All of Borg’s books are available in e-book format as well as in print. Read more about them on the following:

Inge H. Borg – Author Pages
Blogs:
http://ingehborg.blogspot.com/

1 comment:

  1. Robert, I have been so busy (and frustrated) with my new Windows 8.1 computer, that I cleanly omitted to thank you for your nice shout-out.

    Incidentally, yesterday, I nominated you for the Liebster Award (whatever that is). Just go to my Devilwinds blog for details... at least, it should bring a new spring breeze upon all of us.

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