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Gauntlet Runner, while a work of fiction, is about real battles that took place in early America before the fight for independence.
As a reviewer I must mention that there is a graphic description of the torture of Indian captives that some may find disturbing. It all depends on the individual reader and their level of comfort with the descriptions. Many such incidents have been recorded and depicted in numerous movies dealing with the “White Man” and Indians (Now called Native…
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“You will be physically exhausted. Your emotions will be strained at times; your mind will be taxed to its limit. As a result of surviving these challenges, you will become a better person. You will acquire leadership skills, self-esteem and confidence” (Shride, pg.113)
Lucy Dakota begins her journey as an ordinary teenage girl attempting to find her way in the world and desperate for the acceptance of her peers. Pushing her way through the difficult situations that surround her…Continue
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I’m married and a proud mother of one child. The book “What Is Love? Perspectives On Love” is my first general fiction based on real life stories.
My book “What Is Love? Perspectives On Love” was a Fall 2011 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winner in the fiction…
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