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For those of who have not heard about my mom before or those who have heard about my mom, Cora Lee Harlan was my foster mom in 1998-2001 and adoptive mom from 2001 to 2011, when she died. She was a joy to my life. She was a woman of greatness, and she was an inspiration to people, including myself. She was a person of wisdom and a person of strength, and I admired and loved her dearly. She passed away from kidney disease in December 2011. I wrote the book, "The Woman of Greatness and Inspiration: A Tribute to My Mom" in honor of her. This book explains how my mom was in her life, what type of person and woman she was, and how she was an inspiration. Also, this book shows the moments prior to her death.

This tribute book of mine is an symbol of inspiration and appreciation to not only my mom, but to every mother from generations to generations in the world, including the United States. Anyone who reads it will feel absolutely in awe and in inspiration.

This book is my first of two books, and for those who are inspired to order it, click on this link. That link is to my book's e-store on CreateSpace.

Also, for those who loves ebooks, the ebook version of my tribute book is on Amazon Kindle, which is this link: http://www.amazon.com/The-Woman-Greatness-Inspiration-ebook/dp/B009PCK82O/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1350765530&sr=1-1&keywords=Raphael+Harlan

I'll be the first person to tell you that this book will be the book of everyone's eyes and hearts when it's read time after time, for mothers should be honored every single day of their lives.

 


Dawn
11/02/2012 7:41am

Raphael, I can tell you have put a great deal of time, energy, effort, and love into writing your books and creating your website. It all looks very nice. Congratulations and continued success. Dawn

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Raphael T. Harlan
11/02/2012 11:32am

Thanks, Dawn and I can tell that you may be ordering my books, am I right?

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    Raphael T. Harlan

    Raphael Tirrell Harlan was born in Detroit, Michigan on November 23, 1991. He's a speech impaired man with ADHD, due to a biological mother's drug addiction. At six years of age, he was fostered by a woman named Cora Lee Harlan, and in 2001 at nine years old, he was adopted by the same woman. Raphael is a Mumford graduate of 2010. Currently, he writes poems and books and living in Flint, MI and attending college.

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