Jake Wilkes has ownership of his best friend’s bank account and winery and is engaged to the woman of their dreams. But he doesn’t have the highly coveted proof of North Carolina’s Lumbee Indians’ true origins. It was stolen it from his best friend, Bruce Black. His death made headlines. So Jake bravely directs his first presentation, ‘Lumbee Indians and America’s First Christians,’ which seems like a fiasco, and receives death threats and a proposition by an unassuming wordsmith. When Jake shares his true life tale of growing up with a Lum as his best friend he reveals a secret subculture and life on the swamp becomes a jubious ride to live to tell the tale. While a world away a second chance at love rides in on a turbulent tide.
Set in rural North Carolina where moonshine, conjuring, church and fifty five thousand Lumbee Indians truly are as much a part of the beloved culture as America’s largest ongoing mystery, The Lost Colony.
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Creative Non Fiction
You are invited to mount a pretend Mustang to wrangle up facts on the Cataclysmic Pre Columbian Horse Trail. Dodge old historical theories crashing down the hill and uncover surprising data on the true origin of America's Mustangs as you fall in love with beautiful and talented Romeo. If you are a seventh grader and write a paper on 'Romeo's Story' expect to stay after class. Your history teacher will call you remarkable and then together you will call Washington. This saucy fresh book will have all demanding that the definition of wild horses free-roaming on America's Wilderness Preserves be corrected to 'Mustangs.' Because we all know horses are prime examples of early frontiers, warriors, yet loyal and kindhearted companions. But not all know the whole story as seen by Romeo, one of America's indigenous icons. You will truly be transformed and never again refrain from questioning your history teachers.
Author - Stephanie Sellers
Photographer - Cover Courtesy of Anne Sheerwood, NY Times
Photographer - Lindsay Hobart
Photographer - Archeological Pictograph Courtesy of M. Jane Kellett
Illustrator - Stephanie Sellers' Inner Child
Illustrator - Romeo Mustang
An American Love Story Featuring Romeo
Authored by Stephanie M Sellers
Illustrated by Stephanie M Sellers
Photographs by Lindsay D Hobart
When a once-wild horse from America's Wilderness Preserves in Nevada is separated from his herd family and ends up at Diane Delano's Wild Horse Rescue Center all are awed by his surprising talent.
This Creative Non Fiction inspires environmental awareness and responsibility for all living beings.
Partial proceeds from both 'Romeo's Story' and 'Mustang Seeds' benefit our Mustangs via Diane Delano's Wild Horse Center. Become a part of the legend. Buy your copies today!
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A trip down Chicken Foot Road leads to rivalry
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Exilee Sheffield is a tomboy who recently lost her
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Exilee doesn't. She wants to do it! And she will.
Exilee wants to do anything except learn piano and as Auntie Bell says, "Learn
Posted on May 17, 2011 at 3:00pm