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Tells story of Marcie Eanes' darkest days and how she overcome them. She retells the story of a paralyzing accident, her brother who suffered from as serious disability and her taking care of him, and the strength of developing an identity that measures one's pride. This story cannot be forgotten or overlooked.It is powerful and touching, and will not stop at stunning you! ...more
Paperback, 58 pages
Published September 14th 2014 by Createspace (first published September 13th 2014)
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Trilla Pando
Jan 13, 2015 Trilla Pando rated it really liked it

Marquette University and life—these two schools provided Marcie Eanes training in journalism and in hard knocks. In Cameo, both educations serve her well as she skillfully shares her story, combining a narrative memoir with poetry she has written along the way. Her life has been hard, yes, but many loving and helping hands have reached out to her along the way.
From dear grandmother, Mother Eanes, who was always there, through her dedicated parents who set high standards for their children and sa
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Marcie Eanes is an independent journalist and poet. A graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI, Marcie began her career as a newspaper reporter, working for the Grand Rapids Press, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and Milwaukee Courier newspapers. Her writings have also appeared in Seventeen and Essence magazines along with A Cup of Comfort for Friends anthology series.

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