Author has written 9 stories for Alexander, and Dancing with the Lion Series.
Greek American with a hard-on for Megalexandros (Alexander the Great).
If anyone cares, the Pergamum Alexander head is the one I think of for Alexander, and the avatar I chose is close to my mental image of Hephaistion.
Such as it is, some frank advice for authors from a professional journalist:
Proofread your shit. Please. "Three days cold" is the editor's rule. You'll catch errors you didn't see when you wrote it. Readers don't want to wade through your typos and grammar crashes. (If English isn't your native language, I have more sympathy. Maybe find a native-speaker friend to edit?)
One scene, one head. Or better yet, one story, one head, especially if it's short. We don't need to see every scene from every point of view. It's confusing as hell.
Lose the gajillion synonyms for your character. Use their name. It becomes neutral with consistent use. All those synonyms are damn confusing and unprofessional.
Same thing with the f*cking dialogue tags. KISS principle: keep it simple, stupid. "said, replied, answered, stated." Use action to indicate who's talking instead.
Avoid anachronisms. There were no oranges or lime trees in Persia in Alexander's era. And he didn't know about silk till he got to the edge of India. LOOK IT UP; don't assume. (Yeah, as a journalist, I was taught to do my homework.)
And on sex...I'll be a bitchy gay queen and say, if you've not actually engaged in the sexual activity you're describing (especially if you're the opposite gender to the characters) DO RESEARCH. All sorts of descriptions are available online these days. ;)