Set Free by Machicote

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Born and raised in Spanish Harlem in the early 1960’s, to my father, Carlos Machicote, who was Hispanic and Native American. Born in Puerto Rico through the {Taino Nation} and my mother Willie Marie Glenn who was born and raised in New York by way of Savannah Georgia. Which is where her mother and father, Rosa Mae Jackson (my dear sweet Grandmother) and William H. Glenn (my Grandfather) came from. My Grandparents came to New York in the 1940's. My Parents met and came together in the 1960’s and their union gave birth unto three of us.
I attended NY Public schools until the age of seventeen. After this I joined the Military for a few years. I then came back to Harlem, NY. My mother passed away when I was Twenty years of age. After that I found myself in a Spiritual frame of mind and on a Spiritual Journey, I found myself entering into a Church in my neighborhood in the month and year of August, 1985 and have been there ever since, and from all these life travels comes these books.
 

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Published January 9, 2013 by Xlibris. 41 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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