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Indie Author Pavilion - Adult Nonfiction

Chuck Alianza

December 19th, 1941 was my sixth birthday. It was also the day the Japanese forces invaded the Philippines where I lived. That began two and a half years of hiding in the jungles and mountains while my father, as a local underground guerilla leader, lead the fight for his countries freedom....

David Jacobson

David Jacobson is a professional speaker, author and hospital director. He is the former Chief of Social Work of the Phoenix VA where he assisted in improving their mental health system. He also is the former Social Work Manager at University Medical Center who worked with the patients and families of trauma's including the tragic shooting event in Tucson that happened at his hospital January 8th, 2011 which resulted in a personal thank you from the President for his work with the shooting victims and their families....

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Mary Helen Ward

Mary Helen Ward was raised in Linwood, PA which is within a stone throw distance to both Delaware and New Jersey along the Delaware River. She attended Holy Saviour grammar school, Notre Dame High School, Chestnut Hill College, University of Scranton and Immaculate College – all fine Catholic Schools....

Michael Herrick

Michael J. Herrick, born in 1946, is a amateur genealogist who has focused on Herrick family history for over 20 years, focusing mostly on the Joseph ancestrial line in America, but now expanding into studies of Herrick ancestry in England, including English Viking settlements....

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Sharleen Daugherty

In March 2014, Book I of the Double Doll series "Turning Myself Upside Down," was released. Book I is re-published and Book II, "She Faces Her Enemy" released in 2019. The Double Doll series chronicles author Sharleen Daugherty's journey from corporate executive to a specialist in Navajo weaving....

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Shawanda Randolph

Shawanda R. Randolph served in the United States Air Force for over 20 years. She has been sought out as a leader, manager and mentor whose opinion and judgment is highly regarded and trusted. Since retirement, Shawanda continues to lead a life dedicated to serving and helping others....

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