COCOA, FL, October 23, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- "The history of Native Americans is rife with interesting details. For example, there are only a few Native American Tribes that are truly extinct. The Timucua Tribe of North and Central Florida is one of them," said Nicholas W Fuller. Nicholas is the author of Leader of The Tribe, a new Historical Fiction Novel for Middle Grade and Young Adult readers that features Timucua Native Americans as the main characters.
Nicholas chose to write about these people in his book to inspire his readers to learn more about them. "I wanted to write about interesting characters, but I'm also hoping that by introducing readers to these people, they'll be inspired to do their own research about the diverse Native American people that lived here centuries ago," he said. "With that goal in mind, I'll be making the eBook edition of Leader Of The Tribe completely free to download for the first weekend of November, which is Native American Heritage Month." From Friday, November 2nd through Sunday, November 4th, Leader Of The Tribe will be completely free to download for Kindle eBook readers via Amazon.com
Although the Timucua tribe is extinct, some of their sites are still visible today. North of Jacksonville there is a Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. All over Florida there are tremendous shell mounds, remnants of various Native American chiefdoms. You don't have to look far to see the history and heritage of Native Americans all across the United States.
About Nicholas W Fuller:
Nicholas W Fuller has been writing all of his life. He began writing his first novel while still in fifth grade - a science fiction story featuring an alien race inspired by his neighbors basset hounds. Leader of the Tribe is Nicholas' first novel. It's available now in eBook and print editions. You can find Leader of the Tribe here: https://www.amazon.com/author/nicholaswfuller---
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