My First Book Is Here, Christmas Timeline

If you’re a reader who loves short, holiday books, and this one is really short, definitely n easy read. It lays out the events, icons, and characters of the first Christmas. Using the gospel accounts, archaeology, astronomy, and other books and web resources, a sequence of events is followed. Who were the people? Where were they, and with all the angel activity, who knew what, and when? It didn’t happen all in one night.

It’s only $0.99, but what it really represents is encouragement to me to offer a product of value, for value in return. Also it’ll be votes for me to write more , and I have a couple more project ideas simmering on the back burner. Some fiction, some non-fiction, but no plans for more religious based content… but that’s where you come in.

Here’s 3 easy steps you can do to help me.

1. Read the book: Christmas Timeline
Subtitle: Investigating the events of Christmas
Author: Keith Heltsley

2. Leave an honest review. Say what you liked about it, and why you gave it the rating you did.

3. Share it on all your social media. Tell all your friends about the book.

Here’s my official Amazon description:

Comparing well known bible passages, and developing a chain of events that walk through the activities surrounding the birth of Jesus, this short edition offers a glimpse of the times. But what about the people, customs, or events that don’t seem to fit? Was there really a star? Were the shepherds and wisemen together at the manger? What was it like to travel from Nazareth to Bethlehem compared to today? Archeology, astronomy, and some help from the web offers interesting insights as well.

Well? Go check it out. I’ll be looking forward to hearing your response in your review.

#Christmas Timeline. Read it, review it, RT to your friends. Share it on all your social media. Visit the book page now!

Christmas Timeline, by Keith Heltsley

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