PUBLISHED BOOKS

LIFES and LOVES MYRT-TY-KY-LY, DRAGAAN PRINCESS

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(Not a children's book)  Young Louella needs a friend and finds a Dragaan from a previous time.  Life in an ancient world and Love in modern wartime brings the two fems to a binding friendship.  

THE ALTERNATE SAFE WORLD OF SANCTUARY

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Sanctuary Bulletin #511 pictures a safe wonderful 1972 world.  Evangeline rode the bus to the walled city ready to fight any obstacles in finding her son.  A fiction novel of adventure and unexpected love, set in an alternate world that might have been.  


WORRIES WON'T HAPPEN - FRED'S STORY

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Fred Cheshire Biography

Dec. 22, 1945 - Sept. 22, 2017

 

Biography of Fred Cheshire until the age of 32 and that life-changing day of the diving accident. 

     As a child, living in poor neighborhoods, the family always moving, Fred learned to adjust for friends and opportunities. 

     With a never-satisfied pilot step-father and his mother constantly worrying about money, Fred took his escape in books and mastering chess. In San Benito he found and lost the girl of his dreams, learned to ride a Brahma bull and to sell used furniture in Spanish. 

     Then with one day’s notice he had to leave his books and his Fiat behind for a trip to the unknown. Their funds were down to a small pouch of silver dollars when Mariam drove along Van Buren Street in Phoenix and said, “I think we’re home.”

      Starting over would be a challenge for both mother and son.

     Fred finished Phoenix College and ASU to become a Royal Palm math teacher – a subject he had hated when growing up. Archery became his passion and his archery kids went to the Olympics. 

     The day he heard the diagnosis of paralysis, he broke down, “I can’t take my son and daughter camping in Prescott this summer. I can’t take my Royal Palm Gifted school kids to Colorado now. 

     Mariam survived the loss of her son by writing his biography. The follow up, “There’s Nothing I Can’t Do,” will tell the story of how Fred adjusted to his severe accident and once more found a fulfilling life and happiness. 

     ***Royalties received from all of Mariam’s books go 100% to the Fred Cheshire Scholarship, Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation, account 5629, for students at Glendale College*****


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