Nicole Sallak Anderson is a novelist, mother, movement educator, software engineer, speaker, futurist and blogger, focusing on eHumanity: The intersection of technology, culture and consciousness. She’s Computer Science graduate from Purdue University. After graduation, she developed encryption key management and network security software for two-way radio systems. She currently lives with her husband and sons on two acres in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California, where she indulges in her novelist fantasies as well as a variety of homesteading hobbies, from beekeeping and raising chickens and goats, to spinning and knitting.

She is a regular speaker at the Bay Area Transhumanist conferences, a member of the advisory board for the Lifeboat Foundation,, and the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies,

You can follow her musings on technology, culture and human consciousness at eHuman Dawn on Facebook, @NSallakAnderson on Twitter and Medium or her blog, Feel free to contact her, she almost always answers to any query or comment!


In the year 205 B.C., after centuries of Persian and Macedonian occupation, a rebel king rises from the south to take Ancient Egypt back unto native hands.

Born Prince Ankhmakis, the last in a line of native Egyptian kings, he is raised with one purpose—to help his father reclaim Egypt from the Macedonian occupiers and return their country to dynastic greatness. Fate, however, has its own plans.

Natasa is in training to become the High Priestess of the Temple of Isis. Her task is to strengthen the royal family with the magic of the goddess through love and pleasure. She never thought the connection between her and Ankhmakis could be so strong or carry a power coveted by those lurking in the shadows.

Together, Ankhmakis and Natasa must defend the potential of their love from those who would seek to use it for their own gain. There are those within the court who would do anything to keep Ankhmakis and Natasa apart. Between mystical forces, murder, and illicit schemes—only the gods know if they’ll survive.

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