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Life Is Worth Living by Melody George

Life Is Worth Living -- A Journal of Poetic Expressions and Reflections of Life
by Melody George (fka Melody George Peterson)
(Lynne M. George's Sister)

About the Book:   Life is Worth Living is a compilation of journal excerpts written in poetic expressions.  It truly may be considered a modern-day book of virtues.  This collection of poems is for all to enjoy.  The poems depict family values, history and awareness.  They are sometimes humorous, serious or melancholy.  The book allows the reader to reflect on simplicity and the importance of life.

About the Author:  Melody, born and raised in Houma, Louisiana, near New Orleans, is a family historian who loves genealogy.  The information she provides to relatives includes:  family trees, newsletters, calendars, directories, and interviews (legacies).  Initially Melody's journal was to her son.  She currently resides in Texas.

Melody is one of four authors in the George family:  Sadie Lewis George/Separate But UnEqual--Black Education and Life During Jim Crow in Terrebonne Parish [Melody's Mother]; [Melody's two siblings--Lynne and Melody, respectively] Lynne Marie George/Brandon's Window--A Grandmother's Documentary of Reversing Autism Naturally; and Noel Bertrand George/God's Plan--The Woman You Gave Me.  See links for additional information on respective books.

She designed, edited and collaborated with the preparation of her family's books.

 

Author's Information:

Melody George
P.O. Box 1617
Gray, Louisiana 70359
USA

Email:  mrgeorge62@att.net

 

To purchase Life Is Worth Living:

Visit:  http://www.iuniverse.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000080969

ISBN: 978-0-595-31884-1

$12.95 US (Print)

$6.00 US (eBook)

Published:  2004

Pages:  110 (Paperback)