Introducing the Start of My Fiance’s Novel, “The Truth”

I want to take an opportunity on my blog to introduce you to my fiance, Tim Busbey. He is a freelance writer and aspiring author who plans to finish is first book, “The Truth,” this year! I’ve read up to 20 chapters so far myself and it really keeps me wanting to read it. Well, it isn’t fun you know….I mean I can’t because he hasn’t finished it yet! A great book that ties in history, secrets, paranormal, religion and science fiction makes up a great recipe for what I think is set to be a winner. With locals in India, Treasure Coast off of Florida and many more, this book travels you places in search of Truth.  I know you’re saying I’m probably bias, but truly I think it is a fast-moving thriller that is well-researched and well-written.
Below is the link to Tim’s page on Scribd, where the first 10 chapters are posted. He’d love you to read them and offer feedback. He is constantly reworking his chapters right now. Below that link is half of Chapter 1, just to give you a taste. For more information on Tim and/or his novel, go to his blog at www.timbusbey.wordpress.com
  
Check out the start of Tim’s book, “The Truth” at:
  
Chapter 1
 
In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will
prophesy, your young men will see visions, your old men will dream dreams.
A cts 2:17 (New International Version)
 
Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio State
 
Searing flames!
Flash!
Streaks of fire blazing across the skies, destroying the earth!
Flash!
The screams! The cries of anguish!
Flash!
Buildings crashing to the ground as the Earth buckles underneath them.
Flash!
Noooooooooo!´
Anne Thompson shot upright in her bed as her scream trailed off into the darkness.
What the ?

Anne quickly spun toward the voice as the darkness gave way to illumination. As her eyes
struggled to adjust, Anne saw that the voice belonged to her terrified roommate, Brandie Logan.
The dreams again?´ Brandie asked. That’s the third time this week. You’ve got to do
something about this.

Anne shook her head, trying to shake away the remnants of the now-familiar nightmares.
Anne pulled her shoulder-length blonde hair out of her face as she looked around the crowded
dorm room in Halloran Hall she had shared with Brandie for the past three months. Her heart felt
like it was about to burst out of her chest. It took her a moment to get her bearings and realize it
was just another dream. It seemed so real. But, they always did.

The dreams had started a year ago. At first, they were just an occasional annoyance that Anne
dismissed as simple manifestations of her anxiety; the kind of stress most girls her age feel over
graduating from high school, going to college, boys – the usual teen drama. Now, the nightmares
had become an almost nightly occurrence. And they were starting to take a toll on her, both
physically and mentally.

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