Illustrations Used in Atlantis: Evidence

Atlantis: Evidence is a short book written as an introduction to the topic, focusing on 3 items of scientific evidence, each from a different discipline, which separately, and together, support Plato's story of Atlantis. This article provides the illustrations used in that book for those who have versions that don't include graphics, or only show … Continue reading Illustrations Used in Atlantis: Evidence

Illustrations Used in Mission: Atlantis

For information on text not displaying correctly in a version of your ebook, see the last section of this article.See section: “Symbols Not Displaying Properly?” Over half a century of research and more than ten years in the making, Rod Martin’s book, Mission: Atlantis is finally nearing completion. This post provides the illustrations used in … Continue reading Illustrations Used in Mission: Atlantis

Illustrations Used in Proof of Atlantis?

The legendary island of Atlantis has dazzled our imaginations for more than 2,500 years. Despite modern scientists dismissing the island as pure fiction, some people keep looking for it. The book, Proof of Atlantis?, provides evidence which suggests that the lost island was indeed a very real place. As a service to those who have … Continue reading Illustrations Used in Proof of Atlantis?

New Novel — Edge of Remembrance: Tales of Atlantis Lost

Merla Velzna had saved thousands when her homeland was destroyed, but the future of civilization was still at risk. Over the next several thousand years, a great many legends were born. This sequel to EoR: Gods and Dragons reveals what really happened during each of those events and several others, including, The original Two Towers … Continue reading New Novel — Edge of Remembrance: Tales of Atlantis Lost

Dragons: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Guest blog by Carl Martin, author of Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons Dragons! What are they? Bare mention of the word conjures up images of fairy tale castles, princesses in distress, and brave heroes wearing armor and wielding a hefty sword. But how accurate is that image? Germany’s Neuschwanstein castle, near the Bavarian Alps, … Continue reading Dragons: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Sample Chapters — ‘Gods and Dragons’

Chapter 1 “And Zeus, fearful of his offspring by Metis, swallowed her to prevent their birth. The son, who would have become king of the gods, was never conceived, but Athena was born, fully grown and armed, from her father’s head. She thus became goddess of wisdom and of war to protect the homeland.” “The … Continue reading Sample Chapters — ‘Gods and Dragons’

Author’s Favorite Quotes ‘Gods and Dragons’

The author of our latest book, Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons, told us about some of his favorite quotes from the novel. We thought they gave some unique insights into the story without revealing too much. Merla Velzna Merla Velzna had earned the right not to kill. No one else born into the Military … Continue reading Author’s Favorite Quotes ‘Gods and Dragons’

Atlantis: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

Guest Blog by Carl Martin, author of Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons If you were a scientist and you discovered something which went against prevailing tradition, would you ignore it? Would you destroy the evidence? Most scientists avoid the subject of Atlantis like the plague. Ironically, there’s more emotion and peer pressure involved than … Continue reading Atlantis: ‘Gods and Dragons’ Backstory

New Novel — Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons

Nearly 12,000 years ago, one woman saved the future of civilization. Her name was Merla Velzna and she was no ordinary woman. She was born into the Military Class, fought many battles, and led thousands of soldiers into the fray. After becoming the Hero of Kundelé, saving thousands of lives and capturing thousands more of … Continue reading New Novel — Edge of Remembrance: Gods and Dragons