Orlando Smart-Powell

Biography

Author Biography

Orlando Smart-Powell is a Speech-Language Pathologist and the owner of a Consulting Service and Special Needs technology company. He holds a Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders and is a veteran of the United States Army.

“Gods of Egypt”, The covenant between God and Lucifer has been broken. A demoness of unimaginable might has tilted the balance of good and evil. Only Tamen, who governed Egypt as the god Horus, can stop her by finding the one who can bring about balance. The war for mankind's soul has begun!

"Folsom on Fire" - a dark evil has come into the town of Folsom. Mary, a pregnant ex-slave, must confront this evil head-on if she is to save those she loves.

As an avid writer, Orlando Smart-Powell dedicates his prose to elevate all voices. If these books have stirred you to reflect on how you feel about yourself and others, and you feel it can make a difference for someone else, would you take a few seconds to let your friends know about it? I’m sure they will be grateful. As will I.

Sincerely,

Orlando Smart-Powell

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Books

Gods of Egypt - The Gods Saga I - Genesis
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 112,110. Language: English. Published: June 16, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
The covenant between God and Lucifer has been broken. A demoness of unimaginable might has tilted the balance of good and evil. Only Tamen-an immortal-who governed Egypt as the god Horus, can stop her by finding the one who can bring about balance. Time is running out! The demons have already prepared for victory. The war for mankind's souls has begun! *Edited by Critique My Novel*
Folsom on Fire
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 193,910. Language: English. Published: June 23, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
As an ex-slave living in the south, pregnant Mary cole is accustomed to adversity. But when a creeping evil invades the dusty of Folsom, Mary's inner strength is put to the ultimate test. Her husband, Lar, and the white teen, Paul, she has cared for since birth are now in danger as well. Evil may have the lynching noose, but Mary has her axe . . . and she knows how to use it!

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