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Tyler Tichelaar

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Tyler R. Tichelaar holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Northern Michigan University and a Ph.D. from Western Michigan University. His family's long relationship with Upper Michigan and his avid interest in genealogy inspired Dr. Tichelaar to write his series of novels about his hometown. He is the author of "The Marquette Trilogy" consisting of "Iron Pioneers (2006)," "The Queen City (2006)," and "Superior Heritage (2007)," as well as "Narrow Lives" (2008) and the upcoming "The Only Thing That Lasts" (Spring 2009). He hopes his writing stimulates others to seek out and gain strength from their own family stories. He is also a professional book reviewer and editing and the owner of Superior Book Promotions.

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Rakesh Sethi's new book "Cruising Through Turbulence" asks key questions about the pursuit of money, financial security, and what brings happiness. It explores philosophical questions in an

Book Reviews> Self Help l 2 years ago

Cheryl Carpinello's new book "The King's Ransom" is the first in her "Young Knights of the Round Table" series. An educator, Carpinello has made the book reader-friendly for teachers and classrooms

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"The Prodigal Housekeeper" by Don Michael is one of the most surprising metaphysical novels of recent years. Filled with surprises, quirky characters, and a look into the supernatural world, this

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Author Linda McLendon has written a moving story of family secrets, two former undercover government workers, lies, and a past that must be revealed. Set in Florida, "Unintended Lies" is filled with

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Marvin White, successful entrepreneur, shares the secrets of his success in his new book "Seven Pillars to Profit." White tells his personal story and provides numerous anecdotes of his work in

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Sam Moffie's new novel "To Kill the Duke" offers a rollicking and humorous look at the making of one of Hollywood's most notoriously bad films, "The Conqueror." Moffie brings to life John Wayne,

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"Monsters Below" is the first mystery in the "Mystery at the Lake House" series written by Laura Wharton, author of "Leaving Lukens" and "The Pirate's Bastard" and her ten year old son, Will Wharton.

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Sarah Bruce Kelly's new award-winning historical novel "Vivaldi's Muse" offers a look at the relationship of composer Vivaldi and his protegee Annina Giro. Kelly brigs the world of eighteenth century

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Sandi Berger, fitness guru, offers her new FITNEVISION program in this book that provides a new way to take positive thinking to a new fitness level. From motivational quotes to vision boards,

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William Krill's second edition of "Gentling" offers perspectives into treating children with PTSD and how children need to be differently from teenagers, as well as adults with this disorder. Besides

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