Thomas Turner


Friends ask what started you to writing books. I tell them I was trying to impress a girl I was interested in. After I finished two chapters of the book, she and I went our separate ways. To this day, we see each other at a distance time to time. I look at her as the one who launched my imagination. When I wrote the Daygun story, I could see and feel the emotions of my characters. For instance, the characters of Aten and Daygun my father had a large role in the father and son relationship. Some see it as a fairy tale relationship between father and son; I see it as being very fortunate. On numerous occasions, my father showed me sacrifice, understanding, and just listening to me in making my own conclusions to a problem. This is the reason I am dedicating this book to him.
For almost a decade, I have worked off and on towards the trilogy project. I have failed and succeeded at the same time in accomplishing my goals as a writer. It is my, family, friends, and associates who makes writing worth while to keep going forward with my endeavor.
Living in Waco Texas, I feel I am truly at home. I have moved around Texas for carrier purposes. I was just trying to find myself in the business world. I moved back to Waco and found myself in writing. It is not where your job takes you, but where your home helps you become the person you truly are.

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The Story of Daygun (The Last Battle of Atlantis 1st Chronicle)
Price: Free! Words: 90,200. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
(4.57 from 7 reviews)
Mankind has learned of civilizations older than the Egyptians and Sumerians. Within the last five decades, archeologist have learned about Gobeki Tepe, and the city of Lord Krishna near India. Both cities date back twelve thousand years ago. The way we look at civilization after the Ice Age has changed. Look what Duncan, a present day archeologist, sees in the last days of the Atlantean Empire.

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