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Las Vegas father publishes children’s sci-fi book The Crytivat –The Search for the Lost Keys

Long-time IT engineer publishes a 94-page sci-fi adventure story after he dives into a creative idea that tapped him in the springtime. For more than 20 years, Vamsi Alturi made all of the right, responsible adult decisions. He excelled in his career as an IT engineer and was a proud husband and father. Then earlier this year, an idea for a children’s sci-fi story came to him. He’d felt the storytelling bug in the past but always brushed it off. This time he didn’t, and the move paid off. In November, the Las Vegas father published his first children’s science fiction book, The Crytivat – The Search for the Lost Keys, which is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. “I’ve always been creative; I just never took action on it,” Alturi said. “To me, this story is really about telling people to follow the voices speaking to them when they’re not listening. I want everyone to take action and listen to that voice.”

Atluri wrote the action-packed children’s science fiction book The Crytivat – The Search For The Lost Keys. The book follows the adventures of a boy named Scott who goes from being bullied in school to teleporting around different planets, morphing into different aliens in a search for the lost keys, ma