None of our ancestors had an easy life, but they made a life to be proud of, so their future bloodlines could understand the value of sacrifice and undying love that is part of our present generation.
Alexandria, Louisiana (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
How much does your heritage influence your life today? This is what Jacchi Machito found when she did some research into her family’s history. Machito’s heritage combines several different unique cultures and traditions, which she has researched and honored in her book “A Woman Named Jacchi.” Her family legacy and heritage are the inspiration for her book.
“I wrote this book to pay homage to my ancestral past and for a future reference for my family,” she says. “I needed to write it because of the feelings I have had all my life that I needed to do research on my bloodlines and find out where I came from as a cathartic tribute.”
Loosely based on her life, “A Woman Named Jacchi” shares the importance of knowing our family history. As readers follow Jacchi’s journey to discover her ancestors, they will also follow her personal growth. Set against the rich cultural and spiritual background of Louisiana, Jacchi’s journey will inspire readers as they follow her journey through life.
“None of our ancestors had an easy life, but they made a life to be proud of, so their future bloodlines could understand the value of sacrifice and undying love that is part of our present generation,” Machito says.
“A Woman Named Jacchi” also includes Machito’s original artwork, also inspired by her research into her family’s past. It is an inspiration for all of us to discover where we came from and be proud of our heritage.
“A Woman Named Jacchi”
By Jacchi Machito
ISBN: 978-1-4771-3322-4 (sc); 978-1-4771-3323-1 (hc); 978-1-4771-3324-8 (e)
Approximately 131 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the author:
Born in Louisiana, Jacchi Machito lives the tales of many of the scenes of this book. With her imagination, and of her ancestors' tales from lives past, she created her character "Jacchi," a ten-year effort. Machito has degrees in healthcare and management, but loves to delve into all areas of the supernatural. God is the ultimate force in her life, and she has worked with children and the elderly in healthcare in her professional life.