Journey to Legacy

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About the author:
Tanya R. Liverman, "Spirited Dancer," was born in Wilmington, DE and raised in South Jersey. She is a citizen of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Indians of Bridgeton, NJ. She has been married to Vance since 1995 and they have six sons and one daughter. Tanya is an "Educarer," motivational speaker, and mentor. In addition, she is an ordained minister and praise dance instructor, who not only uses her gifts at her church, but also with various affiliations and outreach venues.

Tanya works for Hampton City Schools as a special education instructional assistant and founder and director of G.I.R.L.S. with P.E.A.R.L.S., a transition club for middle school girls that teaches character-building skills, leadership skills, and social skills.

Tanya has been writing since her adolescent years and continues to pursue avenues through which her literary works will inspire others. She treats life as a big classroom, as she pursues teaching others about the importance of leaving a legacy.

You can purchase her books at her web site at www.nativeproductionsva.com.

Journey to Legacy
 

A poetic timeline of my life

Authored by Tanya R. Liverman

Family is very important to Tanya. Therefore, she wrote this book to encourage others to leave a legacy to their loved ones based on moral, ethical, and cultural values. This book is a clarion call, which urges readers to not compromise their morals and to continually raise their standards. Poetry is used to express different phases of her life, as Tanya leaves footprints for others to follow on her Journey to legacy.

In this second edition, Tanya takes you on a new journey in the fourth chapter, "Leaving a Legacy," which gives insight into her most favorite experiences of her Native American culture. A bonus to this chapter is her tribal history and new poems celebrating her lineage.


Publication Date:
2012-02-01
ISBN/EAN13:
1466464097 / 9781466464094
Page Count:
134
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / American / Native American




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