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Life Lines

          One is drawn into the heart of Helen Corrigan Iekel (1905-1988) while reading her poetry. This delightful collection of heartwarming verses reveals a lifetime driven by the poet’s love for God, her family and the world that surrounded her. The author intertwines these poetic efforts with a uniquely descriptive narration that invites the reader into the poet’s life experience.

Available at:

Alpha & Omega (Greece & Penfield)

Lift Bridge Book Store (Brockport)

Yesterday’s Muse (Webster)

The Merchantile (Springville)

www.amazon.com/book

 

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“The Candles of My Life” is the story of an everyday twentieth century wife, mother & poet. For Helen, writing was life-giving. She wrote of those she loved and of the surrounding world. Though verse, she expressed the beauty of her life experience and found comfort when her world seemed to collapse. The courage and heart of this wife and mother combine with the soul of a poet in an offering of simplicity that conceals the depth of her emotion and shines with brilliance.

Available at:

Alpha & Omega (Greece & Penfield)

Lift Bridge Book Store (Brockport)

Yesterday’s Muse (Webster)

The Merchantile (Springville)

www.amazon.com/books

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House

        A lonely abandoned house in the rural countryside of Western New York tells the story of its first dwellers, Michael and Sarah. Follow the story of this real family who relocated to find new rich farmland at another time in history. Share in the family’s joys and sorrows as they overcome the hardships of the wilderness in the 1850’s to begin a new life in a tiny area of Western New York known as “Franktown”.

Available at:

Mood Makers Books (Rochester)

Lift Bridge Book Store (Brockport)

Yesterday’s Muse (Webster)

The Merchantile (Springville)

AmeriCan (Ellicottville)

www.amazon.com/books

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