The three sisters of fate, Klotho, Lakhesis, and Atropos, regularly meet for business brunches to distribute folders containing new clients and the inevitable terminations. However, the youngest, Klotho, always has a burning question that drives the conversation into deep philosophical water. Theft, jealousy, pride, betrayal, megalomania, and revenge all rise from the seeded underbelly of this modern day Greece.

In short, The Moirae series seamlessly weaves the greatest stories in Greek mythology with sex, drugs, violence, and philosophy.


"Why do you smoke all the time?" is the question proposed by the youngest, Klotho, in this release of The Moirae series. This simple question develops into an assessment of what it means to be addicted to things, people, and even concepts. Explore a modern-day mythology that extends beyond the common stories of the Greeks and ventures into the contributions of some of the greatest minds in the philosophy of the western world.

As the conversation continues across the issues, each of the three sisters takes a different perspective on what it means to be addicted as the scenes outside the conversation show the effect of drug addictions and use on the lives of each of them.



Nicholas Anthony is the co-founder of Gross Domestic Productions. Teaching high school in a rural district of the Midwest, he is also pursuing his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction.

Kristina Dawn started writing The Moirae with Nicholas Anthony at the beginning of their relationship in college. She is an educational ASL interpreter.

They live in Missouri raising their three kids.


  • Item Weight : 7.4 ounces

  • ISBN-10 : 1734731621

  • ISBN-13 : 978-1734731620

  • Paperback : 130 pages

  • Product Dimensions : 5.25 x 0.33 x 8 inches

  • Publisher : Meephmaul Publishing

    • (July 20, 2020)

  • Language: English

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