Winds of Change
About the Book
Winds of Change is the story of one family’s convictions to God, country, family, and friends. This includes the Choctaw Nation of southwest Alabama, as well as the unfortunate souls who were branded as slaves. All concerned were treated with dignity and respect to always be in compliance with the Declaration of Independence, which stated that all men are created equal.
About the Author
Roger D. Sullivan is an avid history buff, and his greatest desire has always been within the realm of the Civil War era. He honestly believes where we arrived at this point in our lives is directly connected to where we came from and how we got here.
He is first and foremost a writer of songs and poetry and a musician who derives great pleasure from playing music with his friends, which he does about every third Saturday night after their country store in Bloomburg, Texas, closes at 8:00 p.m.
He and his wife live in the community of Smyrna, which is five miles from Atlanta, Texas. He married his very best friend and is the proud father of two daughters. He has three adult granddaughters and twin grandchildren who are nine years of age. He has one great-grandson who is going on three years of age and another great-grandson due in September. He considers himself the most fortunate man on this planet.