From the Pastor's Desk and the Shoemaker's Daugther

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RELIGIOUS FAMILY BIOGRAPHICAL DRAMA

1920s & '30s,1940s & '50s,1960s & '70s,1980s & '90s,20th Century (multiple decades),2000s

Ingrid M. Hayes-Burrell

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From the Pastor’s Desk and the Shoemakers Daughter is set in the backdrop of life from the 1920s depression era to the year 2000. The Hayes family demonstrated how to survive through this life with the grace of God and under his mighty hand of loving kindness for his followers. Posthumously, Rev.

Genre

Religious,Family,Biographical,Drama

Short Summary

The first daughter of LeRoy and Lucinda Hayes tells the account of her parent’s upbringings through oral stories they shared with her and since their transitions can be passed down to several generations.


Take a spiritual journey to Baltimore, Maryland where two strong African-Americans live through the turbulence of the 1950s and in the year 2002 stand beside the casket of their oldest son, the pastor - Rev Dr. LeRoy R. Hayes, III.

Setting

Baltimore, Maryland

Based on a True Story

Yes

Plot - Premise

Rags to Riches,Internal Journey/Rebirth,Tragedy

Plot - Other Elements

Meaningful Message

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Rev Dr LeRoy R. Hayes III

Age: birth to 47 years old

Gender: Male

Role: Mentor

Key Traits: Strong Moral Code,Honorable,Faithful,Empathetic,Engaging,Decisive,Religious,Outspoken,Visionary,Heartthrob,Charming,Obedient,Masculine,Aspiring,Adventurous

Additional Character Details

Name: Lucinda Virginia Grant Hayes

Age: birth to 75 years old

Gender: Female

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Modest,Adventurous,Confident,Obedient,Religious,Blunt,Empathetic,Engaging,Faithful,Flexible,Gracious,Skillful,Visionary,Romantic,Sophisticated,Strong Moral Code,Leader,Honorable,Educated

Additional Character Details

Name: LeRoy H. Hayes Jr.

Age: birth to 77 years old

Gender: Male

Role: sidekick

Key Traits: Adventurous,Badass,Aspiring,Complex,Confident,Decisive,Empathetic,Engaging,Faithful,Masculine,Underdog,Obedient,Educated,Heroic,Heartthrob,Honorable,Leader,Unapologetic,Strong Moral Code,Sophisticated,Visionary,Funny,Skillful,Outspoken,Selfless,Religious,Patriotic,Sexy

Additional Character Details

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Development Pitch

I am Rev Dr. Ingrid Hayes-Burrell, the first surviving daughter of LeRoy and Lucinda Hayes storyteller of the account of her parent’s upbringings through oral stories (lessons learned) they shared and since their transitions can be passed down to several generations. This story is appealing and would be enjoyed by a wide audience for the following reasons: • To remember the institution of families and hope through reading this story we will develop more close-knit ties to each other. • To remember the roles parents play in the lives of their children and create goals that parents and children together can aspire to achieve. • To remember the importance of parenting to develop children to their fullest potentials and remind them of the early desires parents have for their children when they were first born. • To understand the importance of knowledge being power. Education is a key milestone to success and each of us has the potential for greatness. • Struggles are important in the success of everyone. You might endure hardships but we were built for the task ahead, and • Finally, remember the value of the legacy of family values very important to nurture the future generations. If you don’t know where you have come from, perhaps you do not know where you are going. This book would work as either a film or TV series because it has episodes that describes the lives of several characters at different ages of their lives. Yes, this book describes a life journey and has a

About The Author

From the Pastor’s Desk and the Shoemakers Daughter is set in the backdrop of life from the 1920s depression era to the year 2000. The Hayes family demonstrated how to survive through this life with the grace of God and under his mighty hand of loving kindness for his followers. Posthumously, Rev. LeRoy R. Hayes III touches on sermon topics prevalent in the 1980s and are still sounding the clarinet call today. The first daughter of LeRoy and Lucinda Hayes tells the account of her parent’s upbringings through oral stories they shared with her and since their transitions can be passed down to several generations. From the tobacco fields of Mullins, South Carolina to the hallow halls of Allen University in Columbia, South Carolina, take a spiritual journey to Baltimore, Maryland where two strong African-Americans live through the turbulence of the 1950s and in the year 2002 stand beside the casket of their oldest son. God our Heavenly Father is the protector of the Hayes Clan and continues to comfort them with a ‘Peace that surpasses all understanding.” Lessons from the Pastor’s Desk and Shoemakers Daughter are: • Develop a prayer life to remind you that you are Surrounded by a Great Cloud of witnesses • Forget not to assemble with other Believers to strengthen and encourage yourself • Enjoy your life in Christ because you are Overcomers, and • You will receive an Eternal Reward in seeing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and Streets paved with God. Tags: Spiritual strength, middle-class family traditions, African American family values

Target Audiences

Age: 18-34,35-54,55+

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: Book Surge LLC. dba Create Space

Year Published: 2006

Hard Copy Available

Yes

ISBN

1-4196-4101-8

Supplemental Materials

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