M.E. Ellison

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M.E. Ellison lives in Northern California with her wonderful husband. She's a CSU, Chico graduate with a B.A. in Theatre Arts. She's an avid reader who enjoys all genres but mostly writes Sci-Fi/Fantasy/YA/NA.

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I Haven’t Got A Time-Turner, Hermione

“It’s been a long time since I rock and rolled

It’s been a long time since I did the Stroll

Oh let me get it back let me get it back

Let me get it back baby where I come from

It’s been a long time been a long time

Been a long lonely lonely lonely lonely lonely time

Yes it has”

-Robert Plant, Led Zeppelin

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“It’s easier to put out a fire if you’ve already got the water hose ready.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“A lot of people might try to make you think there is nothing left to learn about ancient civilizations. Some people might try to say that researchers, scientists, and academics that came before you have already figured it all out. But that’s not true. We’re living in an exciting time because the new technologies that are being invented every day provide new opportunities to dig deeper, decipher more tablets we couldn’t before, see into burial chambers previously undiscovered. The further we go into the future, the clearer the past becomes. It is an amazing time to be studying ancient civilizations. There are still stones to be uncovered.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“The giant’s gaze covered the room—the open drawer, the broken perfume bottle, the blankets and sheets strewn everywhere, including the ripped sheet. His unblinking eyes met Rachel’s. She had never seen eyes so dark.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“That’s the only real way to spot aliens these days. The internet has really gone and scared them off. In my day you could count on a spaceship spotting every other day. Now they’re hiding. They know we’re looking.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“It’s easier to put out a fire if you’ve already got the water hose ready.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“A lot of people might try to make you think there is nothing left to learn about ancient civilizations. Some people might try to say that researchers, scientists, and academics that came before you have already figured it all out. But that’s not true. We’re living in an exciting time because the new technologies that are being invented every day provide new opportunities to dig deeper, decipher more tablets we couldn’t before, see into burial chambers previously undiscovered. The further we go into the future, the clearer the past becomes. It is an amazing time to be studying ancient civilizations. There are still stones to be uncovered.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“The giant’s gaze covered the room—the open drawer, the broken perfume bottle, the blankets and sheets strewn everywhere, including the ripped sheet. His unblinking eyes met Rachel’s. She had never seen eyes so dark.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt

“What is time to you? A straight arrow endlessly going out before you?.... But that is not true. That is not how time works. Time is not a straight line—it is not linear. Time is a circle. It is infinite like the line you picture, but it is, was, and will always be. What has happened today has already happened, and what will happen tomorrow has come before, as well, and yesterday will repeat itself.”
M.E. Ellison, Rachel and the Mighty Arm that Built Egypt




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