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By Charles E. Mitchell Rentschler
The decision to write this first-ever biography of J. Irwin Miller stemmed from learning that his children in 2010 had given his papers to the Indiana Historical Society, of Indianapolis, IN, with the intent of helping the public become more familiar with this giant 20th century American industrialist. Known as the Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Collection, the bequest contains 554 boxes of archived, but not digitized, material which took 85 days to sift through manually, page-by-page, the author motivated by the same rush French farmers must get when their hog finds that occasional truffle. Cited in 45% of our foot-notes, the ISM collection not surprisingly was the single biggest source of data for this book.
Next in importance were interviews with more than 80 people (five already deceased) across a broad spectrum of Miller’s life — care-giver to Congressman, pilot to pastor, banker to board member. Most helpful of all was Miller’s son, William I, (Will) Miller, who granted us seven interviews. Additionally, the author relied upon a handful of books about institutions that fundamentally grounded his life, including Cummins Engine, Yale University and Christian Theological Seminary.
Nearly forty years living in the Columbus IN area and associating with “the engine company” as, sequentially, employee, supplier and investment analyst have provided the author with unique insights. As a measure of his conectedness, the author knows (or knew) 34 of the 61 persons interviewed for The Engine That Could, the company-sponsored history of Cummins, published in 1997.
The author knew Miller personally because their wives were actively involved in running the Columbus branch of the Indianapolis Art Museum.

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By Charles E. Mitchell Rentschler
The decision to write this first-ever biography of J. Irwin Miller stemmed from learning that his children in 2010 had given his papers to the Indiana Historical Society, of Indianapolis, IN, with the intent of helping the public become more familiar with this giant 20th century American industrialist. Known as the Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Collection, the bequest contains 554 boxes of archived, but not digitized, material which took 85 days to sift through manually, page-by-page, the author motivated by the same rush French farmers must get when their hog finds that occasional truffle. Cited in 45% of our foot-notes, the ISM collection not surprisingly was the single biggest source of data for this book.
Next in importance were interviews with more than 80 people (five already deceased) across a broad spectrum of Miller’s life — care-giver to Congressman, pilot to pastor, banker to board member. Most helpful of all was Miller’s son, William I, (Will) Miller, who granted us seven interviews. Additionally, the author relied upon a handful of books about institutions that fundamentally grounded his life, including Cummins Engine, Yale University and Christian Theological Seminary.
Nearly forty years living in the Columbus IN area and associating with “the engine company” as, sequentially, employee, supplier and investment analyst have provided the author with unique insights. As a measure of his conectedness, the author knows (or knew) 34 of the 61 persons interviewed for The Engine That Could, the company-sponsored history of Cummins, published in 1997.
The author knew Miller personally because their wives were actively involved in running the Columbus branch of the Indianapolis Art Museum.

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By Greeny Green
From the Palace to Hell is about how I was born and raised in a loving and happy home; that is why I call the home where I was raised the palace because I had a wonderful childhood life until my parents died, and after they died, my life went from the living in the palace to living with struggles as living in hell. I hope this book or novel will tell people who have great parents and a happy home to appreciate what you have because what you have today could be gone tomorrow. The Palace to Hell is also speaking on helping others who are in bad marriages or bad relationships. I would like to tell the world that I was in several bad marriages and of how God has brought me out of my fears, sad emotions, and heartbreaks.
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By K. Rareheart
The book is a true story about what went through the authors mind as he was growing up from a baby of just 6 months old and they traumatic affects it all had through his child hood and through his life. Loosing his own children later in life and experiencing being homeless, broken marriages, and fighting cancer.
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By T.J. Paul

Imagine being just a teen and sentenced to forty years in prison for a crime you never masterminded.,/p>

Imagine eating Class D meat!

Imagine someone putting glass in your food!

Imagine meeting a half-Japanese ninja master that would teach you the skills to survive 144 fights in prison.

Survive against rapists, child molesters, gangs, thieves, predators, and murderers.,

Meet T. J. Paul, who founded prison karate and after breaking the chains of hell, would become the most controversial martial artist figure ever besides Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris when he became the Red Spider Ninja, which led him to fame.


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By GODFROY BOURSIQUOT
HOW TO BECOME INVISIBLE. Whenever I could, being the good old journalist that I am, I would write about what I’ve experienced and what I’ve observed Being an immigrant who did not speak the language of my new home, but was educated in my native country, I know first-hand about being misjudged and dismissed. Immigrants try their best to fit in, going against the reality of exclusion in all its forms: social, economic and cultural. The challenge for newcomers is not just to find a job, but to find a purpose for this new life, the right cause worthy of fighting for, and a way to contribute. People immigrate to America from around the world with a preconceived vision that is very far from the reality of their evolving new life. I was one of them. Leaving your native country for whatever reason and trying to make it in another is obviously not easy because the culture, language, and traditions are so different. Unfamiliarity and the sense of being alone, away from loved ones, plus the desire to go back home, constantly permeate your thinking. Knowing that it is not feasible is heartbreaking. It is the people you meet along the way that can unknowingly give you the strength to continue. Each new person you meet brings something to the table, each one like a piece of a puzzle that all together forms a beautiful picture; each one trusting that whatever they contribute is unique and important so things can go smoothly. This realization keeps you going, especially at work, performing tasks that you’ve never done before. My eyes are closed and my pen struggles to release memory to share the experience of climbing the stairs of life’s lessons. If you are climbing, it is always good to look back without asking others to have pity on your struggle. Climbing the stairs of life requires courage to take the steps one by one with peace and love. The days go by and the silence is still there: we work, look, listen, meditate, and observe while there is time. Being an observer is like a lesson of wisdom with flexible rules, giving you the opportunity to become invisible while you learn and grow. I started my first job in the kitchen, carrying the food as well as washing dishes. Under the quiet gaze of my supervisor, while performing my duties, I observed and reflected about all the people around me – coworkers, supervisors, and the clients we were there to serve. Sometimes life’s circumstances force us to stay behind the curtains, But this becomes a place of observation that is enriching. Godfroy Boursiquot
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By Meva J. Scarff
This book is an autobiography of the life of Meva Johnson Scarff. She described her childhood, her school years, her husband, and her children. It talks of writing her poetry and teaching school for thirty years. The years were full of fun and laughter. Teaching was a real joy for her, and she made the days enjoyable for her students. Several of her students say, her influence made them become teachers.
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By Marilyn (McQuiston) Graham

This is a biography of two wonderful women who were instrumental in bringing public awareness for the mentally disabled in 1940s to 1980s and a little girl with Down syndrome.
Irene Otteman and Margaret McQuiston dedicated their lives to making a better world for the mentally disabled. The story explains difficulties, challenges, and successes. It includes hopes, dreams, and emotional turmoil. It talks about lifestyle changes and how far society has come in recognizing those who are different.
Programs the two started in Central Michigan include the Day Center, which was the first educational opportunity for mentally disabled children in Isabella County Michigan. (Education was not available before these two women became advocates for the mentally disabled.) A parent’s association became part of the Mt. Pleasant Regional Center, also known as the State Home and Training School, because Margaret and Irene became involved. In addition, Irene was the first to suggest Central Michigan University Special Olympics and Devine Houses for the Disabled. The parent’s association, Association of Interfaith Ministry, and Mid-Michigan Industries are all historical parts of those early beginnings.
The world is a better place because of people like Irene and Margaret, who went the extra mile in helping those who couldn’t help themselves.


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By Leona Koehn Nichols
Leona Koehn Nichols was born into a loving Holdeman Mennonite family and grew up within the Mennonite community, being very much a part of this ultraconservative culture. Her parents were devout and committed to their church but were also balanced in their views of what it meant to follow Jesus. Raised in a family of five, with an older and younger brother, Leona enjoyed a happy childhood in rural California. Her father was a respected leader in the church and also in the community. Her mother enjoyed life and had visitors in the home frequently. She loved reading and read often to her children, both Bible story books and children’s classics. Having been baptized into the church at age ten, Leona fully expected to spend her life as a faithful member of the Church of God in Christ (Mennonite). She married a minister’s son, and they began a family. However, as their six children got older and decisions regarding what they would or would not be allowed to do began to immerge, so did the questions. Desiring to have biblical reasons behind their beliefs and decisions caused them to search the scriptures, looking for answers. This was met with concern. Being part of a church culture that emphasized unity in all things, including clothing and grooming styles; it was expected that their family would conform without question. When Leona and her husband met Jesus in a very loving and unexpected way in their own living room, it was soon obvious they would need to make a choice. Who would take first place in their hearts? Jesus, the Savior of their souls, or the church of their fathers? After months of trying to find a solution to conflicting views, their church fellowship was severed through the ordinance of excommunication. Now they would learn to trust in Jesus alone as the foundation they could build their lives on. Follow their story as they moved from legalism to grace.
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By Leona Koehn Nichols
Leona Koehn Nichols was born into a loving Holdeman Mennonite family and grew up within the Mennonite community, being very much a part of this ultraconservative culture. Her parents were devout and committed to their church but were also balanced in their views of what it meant to follow Jesus. Raised in a family of five, with an older and younger brother, Leona enjoyed a happy childhood in rural California. Her father was a respected leader in the church and also in the community. Her mother enjoyed life and had visitors in the home frequently. She loved reading and read often to her children, both Bible story books and children’s classics. Having been baptized into the church at age ten, Leona fully expected to spend her life as a faithful member of the Church of God in Christ (Mennonite). She married a minister’s son, and they began a family. However, as their six children got older and decisions regarding what they would or would not be allowed to do began to immerge, so did the questions. Desiring to have biblical reasons behind their beliefs and decisions caused them to search the scriptures, looking for answers. This was met with concern. Being part of a church culture that emphasized unity in all things, including clothing and grooming styles; it was expected that their family would conform without question. When Leona and her husband met Jesus in a very loving and unexpected way in their own living room, it was soon obvious they would need to make a choice. Who would take first place in their hearts? Jesus, the Savior of their souls, or the church of their fathers? After months of trying to find a solution to conflicting views, their church fellowship was severed through the ordinance of excommunication. Now they would learn to trust in Jesus alone as the foundation they could build their lives on. Follow their story as they moved from legalism to grace.
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By Jackson Emmet
Problems, Women, and Problems with Women is the autobiographical narrative of Jackson Emmet, a neurotic twenty-something ex-Jew. This creative nonfiction follows Emmet as he navigates the single social scene after ending his codependent relationship—now living alone, Emmet questions how to once again relate to the opposite sex. Emmet’s caustic but curious self treads through family changes, new and old relationships, late drunken Denver nights, and the journey from expectations of bachelorhood to the reality of a well-balanced individual. Mixing Sedaris, Hemingway, Faulkner, and Philip Roth, Jackson Emmet has given us a humorous retelling of a year of his life interspersed with past events that influenced the way things came to be. As this story is all true, the names have been changed, including the author’s.
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By Dianne Cooper

This is about a woman who went to prison for something she didn't do. This woman had never been to prison nor jail, yet she was sentence to forty years in a Federal Prison. All this was about a drug dealer who she dated. Her only son was caught up as well and was sentence to thirty five years at the age of nineteen to a federal pen. While there, her mother to sister and a brother died and she was not allowed to go to the funeral. This book will make you see you don't have to do the crime to do the time.


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By Emilie Ballard

Born into a Christian family active in a local mission-minded church, the author decided at the age of seven that she wanted to become a missionary. It was forty years before her dream was fulfilled, but in hindsight, she sees that all of her experiences as a child, a teenager, a college student, a student nurse, an army nurse, a seminary student, and a participant in the Wycliffe Bible Translators Institute were really preparation she would need on the mission field. Surely, God’s hand was upon her the whole time.


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By Noah Lee
Victory through Faith, Friends and Determination is an account of the treatment to which some workers are unfortunately subjected. It tells of one nurse’s unfortunate experience and how her faith in God, encouragement from friends and a determination to be a person of excellence kept her on the right track and sane during a very, very difficult period of her work life. It is the author’s hope that this book and her experiences will be a source of inspiration to those in similar situations and an impetus for higher management to work towards ending such unacceptable behaviours and creating more harmonious workplaces and happier employees.
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By Delores Anderson Brown
This little book of poems and short stories is dedicated to my children, who gave me the will to fight for my life. Also, I want to thank my doctors, nurses, family, friends, and those who have fought breast cancer and lived to tell their story. I had to keep a positive attitude in order to beat cancer. I lost my mother and several close friends to this disease. When I heard the word cancer, the first thing that came to my mind was that I was going to die with cancer like my mother. This little book will make you laugh or cry. Writing this little book took me nine years. I am doing God’s will by helping, talking, and sharing my story with you. God spared my life for a reason. It was not for me to dwell on what has befallen me but to encourage and be encouraged. I am reaching out to help others. Read this Christ-inspired book. Let the love, healing, and helping others flow in. Again, I thank my doctors, my nurses, and everyone for your support. God is the head of my life, and I pray that he is also the head of yours. Blessings and happy reading.
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