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Andrea Merriweather

 

Crumbs from the Master's Table             Biography

 

“During the days of slavery, at a plantation in Madison County, Tennessee, a young woman of no name stood on an auction block and waited in fear to be sold.  Because of her great beauty, she brought a high price.  Her white owner used her, and in due course, she delivered him a child, a fine son who she named William ‘Bill’ Day.  She gazed upon her newborn son, smiled, and then died in a pool of her own blood.  I know this to be true for she was my great‑great-grandmother and it is she who begins my story.”         -- Andrea Merriweather

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cecil Milliner

 

The Raconteur           Public Speaking / Short Stories

 

As a storyteller, Cecil L. Milliner is good at his trade.  His stories are novel, wholesome, refreshing, and vivid.  After a lifetime as a public speaker with Toastmasters International®, he has learned a thing or two about spinning a good yarn.  In The Raconteur, he recounts 68 of his best stories as only he can tell them!

 

Bend in the River           Western

 

In the spring of 1835, Tom Medcalf steals $50.00 from his mother and sets out on a life of adventure.  Signing on as a pole-pusher aboard the Keelboat Queenie, he finds himself bound for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, with a load of cargo for the cavalry stationed there.

 

 

Willie May           A Play in Three Parts - Western

 

When she and their six children are abandoned by her gambler husband, Willie May Medcalf is left without prospects and penniless.  A stranger, Jim Bledsoe, takes pity on her even after being robbed by the no-account husband.  He helps her and the children relocate from a hardscrabble farm in Kentucky to Memphis, Tennessee.

 

Willie May           A Novel of the Old West - Western

 

When she and their six children are abandoned by her gambler husband, Willie May Medcalf is left without prospects and penniless.  A stranger, Jim Bledsoe, takes pity on her even after being robbed by the no-account husband.  He helps her and the children relocate from a hardscrabble farm in Kentucky to Memphis, Tennessee.

 

Sarah, Come Home           Western

 

In 1835, Willie May Bledsoe should have been content. Her husband was loving, her children were growing up, marrying, and starting their own families. To Willie May, that was the problem. The family that she had worked so hard to raise was leaving the nest, spreading beyond their home in Memphis, Tennessee. The old worries that went with raising young children were giving way to new concerns. Her youngest daughter, Sarah, was eighteen and would soon be leaving to begin a family of her own. What would Willie May do now?

 

Willie May's Diner           Western

 

After years of striving, Willie May Bledsoe’s life seems blessed by God.  She has a successful business, a loving husband, and all her married children nearby.  Her father and mother live in the big house on the hill overlooking the Mississippi River in the thriving frontier town of Memphis, Tennessee.  Life is good until the day Thomas Young and family get off the steamboat and came to the Willie May Boarding House and Diner.  It was May 10, 1837, the day the Great Panic began and all the banks stopped paying in gold or silver. The ensuing five year depression nearly ruined Willie May.  Her idyllic existence returned to the struggle and strife of earlier years, estranging her from those she loved most.  What was she to do?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert L. Minteer            

The Freedom Bell Curve           Political Philosophy

 

We here in the United States are a free people, aren't we? Why, then, do we have less and less free time and less and less expendable income to enjoy what little free time we do have? We have been spreading our brand of freedom around the world, haven't we?  Why, then are more and more people living in desperate poverty? Why are more and more people actually starving to death each year? Join the author as he takes a look at the course the United States has taken in the past 200 years. Our Declaration of Independence and Constitution gave people a chance for true freedom for the first time in the history of mankind. But somewhere along the way our leaders began to stray from the ideals in those documents. Essentially the United States took over where the British Empire left off, and we made the British Pyramid Scheme of Power into our own.

 

The Triple Crown Contenders, Fifth Edition           Sports/Baseball

 

The Triple Crown Contenders is about Major League Baseball's greatest hitters. It is a fair and comprehensive comparison of players from all eras.  Unlike other "Baseball's Greatest" books, it relies strictly on the numbers, nor does it try to rank pitchers in with hitters. The placement in the Triple Crown categories is the sole criteria used to rank the players. It's a new way of evaluating the careers of Baseball's greatest sluggers and hitters-for-average.

 

Pitching's Triple Crown Contenders, Second Edition           Sports/Baseball

 

Pitching’s Triple Crown Contenders is about baseball's greatest pitchers. It is a fair and comprehensive comparison of pitchers from all eras. Unlike other "Baseball's Greatest" books, it relies strictly on the numbers, nor does it try to rank pitchers in with hitters. Fifth place in strikeouts is the same in 1999 as it was in 1888--it means that only four pitchers in the league had a higher strikeout total. The placement in each Triple Crown category is the sole criteria used to rank the players. It's a fresh way of evaluating the careers of baseball's greatest pitchers. TCC points should become part of serious fans' vocabulary within a couple years, and eventually may become an Official Major League Baseball Statistic. The various lists towards the end of the book confirm what most fans already knew about who were the flamethrowers and who were the best finesse pitchers. Two new stats for pitchers are introduced—Hitless Average and Out Percentage. And the greatest pitchers’ best seasons are ranked using the TCC Ratio.

 

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