The Roman Heir in Conversation
I'm speaking with avid reader Oleg Moskalensky about The Roman Heir on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 3 PM Pacific Time. (Convert to Your Time).
The wonderful thing for authors is that readers come from all vocations. Oleg is an IT consultant and developer of specialized programs and apps for business.
The story takes place in Ostia, Italy, and Oleg actually lived there when he was young.
Since Oleg is lively and opinionated, this will be an especially fun interview for me.
Be Part of The Conversation
Make this more than a talking heads conversation. Click the video link to add your comments and questions. Or join us here https://youtu.be/gjWEmAgG08EE.
I'll be talking about creating a mystery, writing about another time and place, and whatever else you and Oleg throw into the mix.
The Roman Heir, An Argolicus Mystery
You can pick up your copy of this Argolicus Mystery at Amazon or a version for your favorite eReader. There's still time to read before the interview.
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Mystery in History
Zara Altair, Author
The puzzle of politics, the mystery of murder in ancient Italy. After Rome, before the Middle Ages, Italy belonged to the Ostrogoths.