Eva Kakepetum is an addiction and mental health counselor who has lived through the dark times and is now living in the light. She shares her story so that you will know what she has overcome, and to let you know you are not alone in your struggle.
Now in her early 60’s, Kakepetum continues to learn from everyone she meets and works with. Through the years, she has developed an understanding of why people have a tendency to complicate things and create turmoil within their lives and those surrounding them.
Alive Again – A Journey from the Storms of Life will reveal the secret to successful relationships and help anyone achieve their goals, become their own best friend, and let their light shine.
In this final book of Carol E. Williams’ mid-19th century trilogy, something strong and certain is ignited in the young Emma Field as she accompanies a former slave to a new home in Canada and discovers the power of liberty, forgiveness and the ancestors. Guided by a mighty Irishman establishing a new life for former slaves in Canada, a steadfast Quaker reformer, and a wise and fiery matriarch of the displaced Seneca nation, Emma confronts her past and finds her way to a future filled with purpose and love.
In Emma Field, Book II, the young Canadian heroine of Book I has left home and now continues her adventures in the Hudson River Valley of New York State. Arriving as a teacher at the Nine Partners Boarding School, Emma soon becomes aware of the social inequalities of mid-19th century America. She is inspired by reformers Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott at the first Women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls. She then daringly assists the Quakers involved with freeing slaves on the Underground Railroad.
If the Moon was a Heart by Andrea Wolfe is free on Kindle until Dec 25th. If the Moon was a Heart asks the question: What is the power of Love? The inspiring story and colorful images encourage conversation and the sharing of thoughts, ideas and hope. Ages 1-100.