Hello, my name is Amunhotep Chavis El-Bey, and I am proud to introduce to you my new eBook entitled, “America is the True Old World,” but first let me tell you more about myself. I am a honorary 33 degree mason, Metaphysician, Historian, Philosopher, Paralegal, Researcher, Poet, Published Author, Crown Knight of Kush, and Ghostwriter. I am 40 years old and loving life in beautiful South Florida. I spend most of my time with my family and friends, so I do consider myself to be a family man and a team player. Now, let’s discuss my new eBook.
My eBook, “America is the True Old World” (Vol., I), is destined to rewrite the history books, due to the topic of the eBook, if proven correct, because the old world is suppose to be the East and not the West. This eBook reveals the discovery of the Lost Continent of Mu, Atlantis, the Garden of Eden and so much more. This eBook has 40 color illustrations to highlight the Beauty of the Old World. This eBook is volume I of a IV volume eBook series that covers 12 chapters, so there is more to come.
Volume I, eBook Chapters include: Chapter 1: America is the True Old World (Vol., I); Chapter 2: India Superior was in North America (Vol., I); and Chapter 3: Ancient Sumer was in the Americas (Vol., I). Please, support me and the research that I have done to write this truly revolutionary History book by donating $9.99 to my cause by purchasing my eBook. You can also donate to my cause by clicking on the PayPal button below. Any Amount will be appreciated, because all donations are greatly appreciated, and please like the FaceBook Fan Page below. Thank you and God bless you and yours. Peace and enjoy.
- Where are you from?
I am from Fort Pierce, Florida
- Why do you write?
I write to express the truth and its always a form of therapy for me.
- What do you write about?
Law, Philosophy, History, and poetry.
- Do you have a specific writing style?
No, I don’t, unless you consider Truth a style.
- What are obstacles that come in the way of writing?
Mind blocks, which is common for writers. This is why it is best to write when you are relaxed, and your mind is clear, so you can prevent them from happening.
- What’s the most memorable thing asked/said by a reader about your work?
How did you fit all of that information in three concise chapters?
- How long have you been writing?
- When did you first realize you wanted to become a writer?
When I realized how good I was with the written word.
- What is your work schedule like when you are writing?
I am Self-employed, so I am blessed to have the time to write.
- What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
I love to write about historical subjects.
- How long does it take to write a book? (if you’ve written one -published or non).
That varies depending on the topic and how I feel.
- Do you have suggestions on how to become a better writer?
Yes, first get knowledge of the subject. Second, the more you write the better you will get. Lastly, every good writing must know how to market themselves.
- What challenges do you come across when writing/creating your story?
Mind blocks or brain farts are always my biggest challenge, because you can have a good topic and know about it, but no words will flow from your pen, because you can’t think of anything to write at the moment.
- What do you think makes a good story?
Facts, conflicts throughout the story, and a good villain.
- What does your family think of your writing?
They love it and they support me 100%. Its good to have people that support and believe in you, because it gives you peace of mind to write.
- Do you see writing as a career?
Yes, because I am already doing it as a career, because I also ghostwrite for a living too.
- Do you have anything specific you’d like to tell the readers?
Follow your dreams and don’t never let anyone say you can’t do it. Yes, you can do it.
- When did you first consider yourself a writer?
Well, I have a speech impediment. Yes, I stutter, so I prefer writing over talking any day, so therefore I learned at a young age that I was destined to be a writer. Well, I started ghostwriting for friends in school when I was 18 and I made money doing it, so 18 is when I considered myself a professional.