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Lessons From the Creek

Lessons From the Creek

Steve set out on a fly-fishing trip for trout in the Southern Appalachians. What promised to be a normal, typical fishing weekend turned out to be something much more. While camping on an un-named creek, Steve met a fellow camper and instructed him in the art of flyfishing.He didn’t realize at the time, but this mysterious stranger was also instructing Steve on life and how to live it. These subtle lessons changed Steve’s life in many ways. This book is the beginning of Steve’s journey. It is a story of soul searching and joy and it continues to this day.

Review:

Reviewed by  Bill Howard for Readers Favorite.

Lessons from the Creek is a gentle, metaphorical object lesson for spiritual living which is brilliantly laid forth by author Stephen Payseur. Through the subtle actions and conversations which take place between Steve and Josh, the reader is given not only words of growth and encouragement, but pictures as well. Gentle, inspiring and profound; Lessons from the Creek is an excellent book to give readers gentle encouragement toward Christian growth

http://www.amazon.com/Lessons-Creek-Stephen-Payseur/dp/1483939251/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1432511613&sr=8-1&keywords=Stephen+Payseur

 

The Book of Daniel

The Book of Daniel

What you are about to read is, what I think, a very interesting story. It is a story of lies and deception. More importantly, it is a story of a small corner of North Carolina and primarily one of the families who lives there. It is a story of connections. Many people have asked me if this tale is true. I can honestly say that I have no idea. I am certain that much of what you read here is not true. Some of what you will read here is definitely true. The task for the reader is to determine for him or herself what to believe. We have found connections with the Pirate Jean Lafitte, Napoleon’s Marshal Michel Ney, Abraham Lincoln, A.A. Springs, Jesse James, Louis XVI, King George III, the Knights Templar, the Illuminati, and many more. I, and no one else, have been able to confirm most of these connections. However, the more we look into them, the more questions and coincidences seem to pop up. In other words, the more I know, the more I don’t know. The following pages will put forth the efforts of my research in pretty much straightforward manner. Many people will think it is all a work of fiction. Maybe it is. Then again, I believe that there is more to the story than many would think. I prefer to call it “speculative nonfiction.” You be the judge.

Review

By Blackwell Reviews on September 3, 2012

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

This is an interesting read in which the author seemed to go to great depths to research his theories on the Lost Dauphin and the possibility that Daniel Payseur could be him. The theories were well thought out but never definitive given the circumstantial evidence. Over 100 have claimed to be the Lost Dauphin including John James Audubon, the naturalist and author of Birds of America.I would love the see the author research and write another book on the mystery behind Lewis Cass Payseur and the Payseur Trust. The internet stories that describe the generational wealth creation and transfer from Daniel Payseur to Lewis Cass Payseur including a trust worth well within the billions by today’s standards is fascinating (no matter how fictional is possibly may be).
Seasons, by Kathryn Yarbro

Seasons, by Kathryn Yarbro

The Revolutionary War in Lincoln and Gaston County

I'd Do It All Over Again, by George Creed

I’d Do It All Over Again, by George Creed

NC Slave Narratives Vol. I

NC Slave Narratives Vol. I

Narrative of the Life of David Crockett

Reflections from the Creek

Reflections from the Creek

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