This book is now available to purchase locally for £7. Contact David
It is also available from Amazon
in both paperback and Kindle versions. go to Amazon
Note: (The kindle version does not at this time have illustrations or photographs)
Paperback: 170 pages
Includes photographs and graphics in black and white
Publisher:2hearts Ministries (25 Aug. 2018)
Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.1 x 22.9 cm
“Footprints over Moira” is a small book of Historical stories from 1000 years of life in Moira.
For the past few years I have researched and recorded the history of this village and had some opportunities to share this in public meetings and in the local primary school. Some friends suggested I should put it in print but I thought most people would find history books boring. However, as I learned more of Moira through the ages, I found stories jumping off the dusty pages and I wanted to tell those stories. That is where this little book was born. Footprints over Moira is a book of short stories, either relating to real historical characters or using imaginary characters to tell real historical stories. All of them are placed in or close to Moira. Most stories are written in chronological order but each one stands alone, allowing stories to be read individually. Every care has been taken to ensure the stories are as historically accurate as possible.
Each story in the book ends with several relevant Bible verses. Hopefully it’s local interest, its attractive production with images and illustrations and its easy to read format will ensure it is read and retained for years to come.
The book was offered FREE to every home in Moira in 2013. Almost 2000 copies were distributed but is now practically out of print.
The book is now available on Kindle http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0053TCGIM (Please be aware that the formatting process for Kindle will not produce an exact copy of the print version, so there may be minor errors)
Footprints over Moira is available to read or print as a PDF file
Footprints over Moira is available to read online in a page-flip format. Click on this link or on the image above