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Adam Alexander Haviaras

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Adam Alexander Haviaras is a writer and historian who has studied ancient and medieval history and archaeology in Canada and the United Kingdom.

He is the author of the historical fantasy series, Eagles and Dragons. Books I and II in the series are available in paperback and e-book from Amazon, Kobo and iTunes.

Be sure to visit the Eagles and Dragons website and Facebook page for updates.

Also coming in 2014, the second part in the Carpathian Interlude series. The first installment, entitled IMMORTUI, is now available as an e-book from Amazon and Kobo. Watch for part two - Lykoi.

Feel free to connect with Adam to talk reading, writing and ancient and medieval history and archaeology.


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Children of Apollo  (Eagles...
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There has been a lot of negativity in the news these past weeks, mostly directed at Greece and Greek people. Many comments, including from high-profile public personages, have been outright prejudiced. Don’t worry. I’m not going to get into politics, who’s right, and who’s wrong, and how only the bankers seem to be winning anything. Ok, I slipped there. Sorry. With all the hatred and vitrio... Read more of this blog post »
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Adam Children of Apollo – Eagles and Dragons Book I is available for .99 cents from Amazon and Kobo from today until December 24th.

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Adam Book post on The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World this week at www.writingthepastblog.blogspot.com


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Adam Interview with author Steven Saylor

Greetings readers! This week I interviewed author Steven Saylor whose Roma Sub Rosa series of historical mysteries has entertained fans around the world.

If you haven't read his work, he has a wonderful way of bringing the world of ancient Rome to life with a cast of fantastic characters.

Check out the interview on Writing the Past

http://writingthepastblog.blogspot.ca...


Jeanette Dagger-haviaras I enjoyed reading Children of Apollo. Thank you. Looking forward to the next book.


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