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Newly Published Author of 'Out of the Whispering Winds' - Marge Tindal

Hello writing friends~
My first book of a collection of my Native American Indian poetry is now on the market and can be purchased right here on Barnes & Noble~

I am published by PublishAmerica and the book is a beautiful compilation of poetic legends and stories of my people, the Cherokee~

'Out of the Whispering Winds' is such a warm and wonderful tribute to a great nation of people ... from the trials on The Trail of Tears to the joys of sharing of the stories told at the camp fires~

I hope you will join with me in the joy of being published ... at long last~

~*Marge Tindal*~
Member of The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Florida Committee