Poseidon plays a significant role in my next book THE MERMAID DID IT. I’ve been learning a lot about this Greek god while working on the new project–he is the brother of Zeus, he’s the god of the sea and other waters, of earthquakes and horses.  Not surprisingly, and like most of the gods of Olympus, Poseidon was a great lover. His most noted lover, and wife was a mermaid named Amphitrite–this itself, is an interesting tale. If you have the time,  check out this love story.

As for THE MERMAID DID IT, The book is moving along swimmingly, (lol)
I’m a little over a third of the way through, so I thought I might share a bit–here is a small excerpt:

   I thought it could be her—not a lot of gals built that high and with freckles.” …….
now, she’s a looker. Hot stuff, and the way she stands—there’s something about her—man-eater.
     “You got that too?”
     “Yep, I’ve seen enough of them to know—kinda a sixth sense.”

QUOTE: “When I saw you I fell in love, and you smiled because you knew.” William Shakespeare
WRITING TIP: Writing is an opportunity to learn about all kinds of things, especially yourself.

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