I starting writing poetry and prose many years ago. I published my first ebook of poetry call 'Pages Out of my Heart' in the spring of 2012. It was followed by a reflective piece called 'An Astronomer's Creation Story'.
Shortly after publishing my first two ebooks, I began writing my first full length novel called "Yeshua's Twelve'. The novel opens with a back story which takes place in A.D.100. We then fast forwards to 2012 as we follow an young archaeologist by the name of Mary Elizabeth Kelly who discovers an old cave which contains a cache of documents. a list of names, curious small scroll, and box of tantalizing items.
Scientific provable facts and a growing list of coincidences lead religious leaders and scientists to an impossible revelation. Back stories introduce the reader to twelve people who are among the first disciples of Christ. They are -Yeshua's Twelve.
on June 25, 2012 :
I was excited when I saw this story. I thought that perhaps we might get a decent Creation story, but nope. Just the same old, same old, God of the Gaps stuff. Theistic evolution on a comsmological scale. I'd have expected that a modern day astronomer would not be a believer in the sky fairy. Hence, on a plot scale this rates as highly derivative. On a style scale, it's nicely written with no typos and a light sense of humour.
(review of free book)