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By Jean R. Beach and Dr. Don Steele

Undefeated provides an engaging and thorough picture of how a family owned business developed, overcame challenges, and interacted with the rich context of the northern Michigan tourism industry. It is a very rare story of a three-generation family-owned and family-operated business that has had to fight for survival for nearly seventy years. Fierce competition from other ferry lines, treacherous weather conditions, costly maintenance on passenger and freight vessels, changing governmental regulations, and depressed economic conditions in the State of Michigan are but a few of the challenges the Sheplers have faced over the years.

This book reveals how, operating in the historically rich Straits of Mackinac waters of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry exploits the beautiful scenery, military forts, lighthouses, and the world famous Mackinac Bridge by conducting tours accompanied by expert narration sharing both fact and fiction about the native American culture of the region, the missionaries, fur trading, and ships lost to the rough waters of the Great Lakes. In this book the reader will also get some interesting insights into Mackinac Island and St. Ignace, with their very divergent cultures and offerings that can inspire and entertain visitors.


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By Jean R. Beach and Dr. Don Steele

Undefeated provides an engaging and thorough picture of how a family owned business developed, overcame challenges, and interacted with the rich context of the northern Michigan tourism industry. It is a very rare story of a three-generation family-owned and family-operated business that has had to fight for survival for nearly seventy years. Fierce competition from other ferry lines, treacherous weather conditions, costly maintenance on passenger and freight vessels, changing governmental regulations, and depressed economic conditions in the State of Michigan are but a few of the challenges the Sheplers have faced over the years.

This book reveals how, operating in the historically rich Straits of Mackinac waters of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry exploits the beautiful scenery, military forts, lighthouses, and the world famous Mackinac Bridge by conducting tours accompanied by expert narration sharing both fact and fiction about the native American culture of the region, the missionaries, fur trading, and ships lost to the rough waters of the Great Lakes. In this book the reader will also get some interesting insights into Mackinac Island and St. Ignace, with their very divergent cultures and offerings that can inspire and entertain visitors.


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By Evangeline Anna Kurr-Goss
Evangeline's book is an attempt to spread goodness as she earns money to continue to support her ministry. She is very much hopeful that you will not only purchase her book but read it and understand what her deepest desires are. It is basically the story of who she is and how she arrived at her destinations.
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By Gail Alcina
This book is about growing up knowing your father is not perfect. About your mom and dad and the children working s hard on a form sheer crapping an dad’s other women and his drinking and about daddcreat, the most is about mom helping others with food and she took it to old people and how she helped other people. Whenever she can. I was right there with her. Every step of the way and a whole lot more.
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By Amarilis Presilla

It’s no wonder that Amarilis Presilla has titled her memoir “Sometimes I Would Like to Sit Down and Cry.” Reminiscing can be painful when she thinks back on all the hardships she has known—not just within her family but for the Cuban people as well. Since arriving in the United States from Cuba seven years ago, Amarilis has written it all down, reliving both the good and the bad.

Her idyllic childhood in the riverside village of Mayari was not to last. A powerful flood laid waste to her beloved town, yet this was nothing compared to the coming upheaval of Castro’s revolution. What follows is an epic tale of love, family, struggle, self-improvement, and rebellion. Finally escaping and reuniting with her family, Amarilis Presilla now shares her triumphant story with you.

—Jack Silbert, The Hudson Reporter


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By Amarilis Presilla

No es nada extraño que Amarilis Presilla haya titulado sus memorias: “Algunas veces me gustaría sentarme y llorar”. Los recuerdos pueden ser muy dolorosos cuando ella mira hacia atrás y ve la sucesión de penas y maltratos que ha conocido, no solamente dentro de su familia sino también de todos los cubanos. Desde su llegada a los Estados Unidos desde la isla de Cuba en un vuelo directo siete años atrás, ella ha escrito una parte de las cosas que tuvo que vivir allí, reviviendo lo bueno y lo malo.

Su idílica niñez en su pequeño pueblo dentro de un valle con un río llamado Mayarí que duró muy poco tiempo. Una enorme creciente del río arrasó con todo, en conjunto con un fenómeno politico llamado Fidel Castro. Este libro es una historia épica de amor, familia, lucha por la supervivencia, por el propio desarrollo intelectual, y también de callada rebelión y desprecio a un régimen político. Al final la salida y la reunión con toda su familia. Amarilis Presilla ahora comparte su historia con ustedes.

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—Jack Silbert, Hudson Reporter.


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By Keith Payne

My Mother, Doreen Hilda Payne (nee Jardine) executed much of this research, tracing our forebears’ history back to the 1800’s and possibly the very late 1700’s.

 

This may not seem a long time ago but when you remember that in those early times, people rode around on horseback; motor vehicles and aeroplanes were 100 years away from being invented. The Duke of Wellington was defeating Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815 and in 1860 the American Civil War was yet to happen; while space travel was only an imaginative comic book dream. This tells you how long ago 1800 was, let alone the 1700’s.

 

The purpose of this document is to create an ongoing history of this immediate family and those involved, so that our Children and our Children’s Children will know where they came from and the histories and interests of these family members. Also the times in which they lived; indeed how much life and life’s struggles have changed over the years.

 

It is my hope that our (Doreen and Keith Payne) Children, Holly and James and their Children, Jessica and Isabella by Holly and Sophie Olivia by James and Vicky will add their story to this historical document and pass it onto their Children.

 

Should each subsequent generation add their story, this document will become historical in its own right.

 

When I realised all the effort my Mother had put into locating her ancestors as far back as she had and realised exactly what she had managed to achieve, I believed it would be a great tragedy if all her endeavours were lost; herewith the book.

 

Not many children know beyond their immediate grandparents so what an incredible history this will be if it is maintained down the years, recording all the changes in the way we live and additions to our family.

 

Bless you Mother.


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By Tracey A. Rockey

"Rainbow Living" is a charity that seeks to provide housing and support for people with disabilities. This book describes the events that prompted the formation of the charity. It is a story detailing real lives, the challenges faced by young people and their families, and their journey to live independent lives. It is a story of faith, hope, and trust in God, who works through all situations to reveal His immeasurable love for each of us.

If you are a parent with a child who has a disability, a person with a disability, or simply someone who wants to read an inspirational account of other people's lives, this book is for you!

All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to Rainbow Living.

www.rainbowliving.org.uk


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By Tracey A. Rockey

"Rainbow Living" is a charity that seeks to provide housing and support for people with disabilities. This book describes the events that prompted the formation of the charity. It is a story detailing real lives, the challenges faced by young people and their families, and their journey to live independent lives. It is a story of faith, hope, and trust in God, who works through all situations to reveal His immeasurable love for each of us.

If you are a parent with a child who has a disability, a person with a disability, or simply someone who wants to read an inspirational account of other people's lives, this book is for you!

All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to Rainbow Living.

www.rainbowliving.org.uk


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By Margie Scoby

In the life of a bayou girl something is missing; her desire to find the one true link that is needed to satisfy her soul. Life’s daily task is a struggle and this makes it difficult for her to stay focused. Losing her mother at a young age and most of her family through the years make it even harder, but never the less her faith in God helps ease her pain until her faith is shaken because the falsehood of men. Something goes wrong, and bad things started to happen. A ritual that has been handed down from generation after generation has been put into action. It seems as though it has been sitting on a shelf waiting for her arrival and she is using it more now than ever. Find out why this bayou girl uses her inheritance to help empower and encourage her family to live, love, and believe. She often uses a quote from her cousin Celia “I didn’t come here to stay I just came to make a living.”


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By Paul Rumsey
The true life story of a little boy from the East End of London and how his path led to being a copper in Kent.
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By Sara Pizano, MA, DVM
Joan Rita Hahn Pizano was an eternal optimist and deeply spiritual. Her capacity to receive and give love was astounding and she was a beloved mother, wife, sister, aunt and friend. When her oncologist told her there were no more treatment options for her cancer, she faced the news with resolve and looked forward to the miracle of Heaven. Her lack of fear and depth of peace greatly helped her family and friends deal with the inevitable. But it was her sense of humor that impacted so many and as her daughter “chronicled” her last six months on earth, the stories evoked tears and laughter simultaneously. This is a story of a woman who was totally unafraid to die, who in fact embraced the process of the passing and who truly lived until she breathed her last breath.
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By Neil McKee
When I was a kid in the late 1950s, while I was a student at Paoli Elementary School, I read the famous children’s book that talks about the Kid from Leftfield. Also around that time, I always said to myself, “What is it going to be like in the year 2000? I’ll be fifty years old!” I couldn’t comprehend being that old; the thought of it scared me, and I’d probably be in a wheelchair or something worse. I bet a lot of people my age thought the same thing. This is the story of what that kid did when he reached the age of fifty.
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By Dennis Meadows
As a child, we looked at the stars, and I still do sometimes. I know people know that the stars are very interesting. As a teenager, I found out who the greatest star is, but I had to become a child first. I am the author of several books now. They are very exciting and true. My goal is to help children and common people to understand the true gospel. My prayer is to reach a lost world. The books are simple and easy-to-read, and some are about my life. It is truly a joy. Enjoy!
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By Margie Scoby

In the life of a bayou girl something is missing; her desire to find the one true link that is needed to satisfy her soul. Life’s daily task is a struggle and this makes it difficult for her to stay focused. Losing her mother at a young age and most of her family through the years make it even harder, but never the less her faith in God helps ease her pain until her faith is shaken because the falsehood of men. Something goes wrong, and bad things started to happen. A ritual that has been handed down from generation after generation has been put into action. It seems as though it has been sitting on a shelf waiting for her arrival and she is using it more now than ever. Find out why this bayou girl uses her inheritance to help empower and encourage her family to live, love, and believe. She often uses a quote from her cousin Celia “I didn’t come here to stay I just came to make a living.”


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