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Abby Vandiver

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#1 BEST SELLER

In the Beginning, my debut novel, has made Amazon's #1 BEST SELLER in its category. I am so excited. It is still on sale for $.99 on Amazon for a short time. Please buy it and help me keep it #1 for a little longer. Read it and let me know what you think. I love reviews. Good or bad they make me a better writer.

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In the Beginning is available on Amazon, Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble and at the publishers, Media Web Publishing, Inc., http://www.mediawebpublishinginc.com/books.

I wrote In the Beginning a few years back, found it in my garage and decided to give it some life. The premise was still very timely. Now I'm working on the sequel to In the Beginning, it's titled The Westbury End Book Club and starting a book series. Look for the sequel out in late 2013 and the first book of the a series of books loosely based on my family out in 2014. I just love this writing thing!

Still have lots of books I promised to read on here. So in between writing, I'll try to get to everyone. Especially those that took the time out to read and help with In the Beginning.

As always, I am happy to read and comment on any book, just ask. But know, I don't sugar coat things. I review as I see it, which you may or may not agree with. I won't say it's good or back it, if it's not. Sometimes that gets me bad reviews from those that didn't like what I sad, but I can take what I dish out.

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In the Beginning

Abby Vandiver

A mystery/sci-fi that mixes fact with fiction, finding the answers to Earth's ancient mysteries and the true origin of man.


In 1997, Biblical Archaeologist Justin Dickerson is unhappy about her life in general and has decided to run away from her problems. Intervening, her mentor asks that she go with him to Jerusalem for the 50th Anniversary of the finding of the Dead Sea Scrolls. There she finds that in 1949 Jerusalem 2,000 year old manuscripts that had been hidden in clay pots in the caves of Qumran may have been destroyed.

Justin, obsessed with the revelation is determined to get to the bottom of the deceit. Determination and uncontrollable emotion leads her to find that Man didn't originate on Earth and the stories about aliens visiting and building the pyramids, Stonehenge, and the stone figures at Easter Island just may be true. But more shocking, she learns just who the aliens really are.

 

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I wrote 218 days ago

Well written and very interesting. The first chapter was long (not a fan of long chapters) but enjoyable. I love period pieces but wondered about some of the language. Like "ain't" did they say that back then? Lots of stars. Good luck with this. view book

I wrote 218 days ago

Well written and very interesting. The first chapter was long (not a fan of long chapters) but enjoyable. I love period pieces but wondered about some of the language. Like "ain't" did they say that back then? Lots of stars. Good luck with this. view book

I wrote 218 days ago

Well written and very interesting. The first chapter was long (not a fan of long chapters) but enjoyable. I love period pieces but wondered about some of the language. Like "ain't" did they say that back then? Lots of stars. Good luck with this. view book

I wrote 513 days ago

I don't know what's "raw" about the book, other than the license you take on the Lincoln's dialect, it all seems a familiar story. Your writing is good, and at the beginning very good. I enjoy the voice from the executive office. I don't know why you would give such a "country" accent to Mr. Lincoln... view book

I wrote 513 days ago

Chris, I think that your story is very moving and quite engaging. But it will be hard to share your story when there are editing and grammatical problems. I understand your dyslexia, but also know you have realized these problems and have surely, by now, either learned to cope with them or find ways... view book

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