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Books of Meretneith the Protectress

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Meretneith Book 1 of the Protectress

Born when the self appointed Pharaoh Menes took the throne. She was born to a race that populated the earth millions of years before humankind. Meretneith becomes the Protectress

Meretneith and Merneptah Book 2 of the Protectress

After 6 thousands years as the Great Protectress, Meretneith passes the mantle to her son Merneptah. The powerful male assumes his role then falls in love.

The Coming of Seth Book 3 of the Protectress

Born of the Protectors’ tribe and a human female..his arrival was foretold before the pyramids. He Seth, grandson to the Protectress Meretneith.

Meretneith’s Four Book 4 of the Protectress

Release this Summer 2016 – Her grandchildren are called the beautiful monsters for a reason. They path the way for the last Precession, the Golden Age of Man. Yet an unexpected love comes to turn the life of an offspring grandson, Khalid the Desert Prince

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Born in Austin Texas and growing up in Chicago Illinois has refined her life’s experiences and broaden her writing disciplines. The writer was educated in biology and economics at Northeastern Illinois University and Chicago City Colleges. Although her majors do not specify journalism or writing it is punctuated by higher-level course work in speech writing, business prose and lyrical critique.

Barbara Cerda is at the award winning short story author of “Bobann”, winner of the Best 2004 and 2005 Short Story

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