Tag Archives: E.G. Sergoyan

Tasting Evil: A Horror Anthology (Volume 1)

Murderers. Demons. Ghosts. Sasquatch. Vampires. Just another day in the Pacific Northwest. Your chances of survival? Slim. Under the drizzling skies of Mirror Point and Way’s End, visitors and natives alike find everything is not as it seems. A bucolic paradise on the surface with shadowy creatures lurking in the woods. Discover ancient beasts, faceless evil, modern-day monsters, and restless souls eager for revenge. Menace waits behind a smiling face…

Tales of Ohan: Life and Adventures on the High Plains of Kars

This is a Caucasus tale 200 years old. It is derived from oral history given by grandfathers to children to remember a world long gone. Unlike most European tales, it does not have a ‘happily ever after’ ending; it is not like the tales mothers tell their sleepy eyed darlings as they drift off to happy dreams. Tales told in the Caucasus by Armenians, Circassians, Georgians, Kurds and Turks are…

You Think English is a Tough Language to Master?

By E. G. Sergoyan About The Author E.G. Sergoyan holds degrees in aeronautical and mechanical engineering and has been involved in the aerospace industry for over forty years. Since the days of Apollo he has worked for a variety of aerospace companies and participated in many of the major space research projects. For the past twenty years, Mr. Sergoyan has been a Boeing senior engineer in Seattle, developing technology to improve…