My fourth book is a reflection of my first and second books: A Indian girl who learned how to overcome abuse by her parents. By having her own friends. And spending her summers in the wilderness. Lots of fiction short-stories, some are of real people inspiring-stories. And real life of the author family, and her friends: There is lots of scripture, its how Gena overcame her hard-life of her childhood: After she married in 1954, her life became exciting as they went on hikes, hunting and fishing, trips, even after the five children were born: Gena cared full-time homemaker; She enjoyed her children every day playing with them: In 1977, Gena took a writers-class at night, at the local college. Also a nurses aide training-class: I learned to love the country, when we leased the folks beautiful place, surrounded by a grove of trees: I learned how to dress out chickens and help with all the work: The love of God! How rich and pure, its greater far that pen or tongue can ever tell, to write the love of God above, would drain the ocean dry:... a month; I gave him $500.00 for his pay:aafter the timber came off:aIts five- speed; blue-green in color, aac d player, ... where we live; and filled the tank with gas, and a small-can of paint, for the five inch scratch, on the back-bed:a Lance gave ... excited he went to town, to get my new printer-copier:aLance drove to town and came back with the engine light on, he was worried, what might be wrong?
|Title||:||YELLOW FEATHER LOVED THE WILDERNESS|
|Author||:||ADRIS I. FULTZ|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-08-23|