MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 09, 2018
“Shakespeare’s Lost Purple Bloodline”: an incredible family history. “Shakespeare’s Lost Purple Bloodline” is the creation of published author Ronald Bates, a gifted former Army missile system repairer, maintenance manager, Freemason, and devoted married father of three with degrees in engineering and management now living in Ohio, where he holds his own Roundtables.
Bates writes, “Every family has an interesting story. Most families tell the story of an interesting ancestor that their grandparents had told them. Whether you realize it or not, if you go back ten generations and no cousins married one another, everyone has 1,024
grandparents. Anyone with common sense easily sees that everyone has an ancestor of some importance.
It is also commonly known amongst genealogists that everyone is descended from a king. In England, King Edward III is an ancestor of over 80 percent of the English population.
It is only natural to wonder where one’s genes originate. It helps to satisfy that longing inside which asks, Where do I come from, and what is my purpose? In discovering a genealogical past, one might uncover certain traits or strengths that explain their inner self. I needed to go on this journey because of my great-grandmother who lectured her young grandchildren on the importance of their bloodline and how their ancestors changed the world. As I began this journey, I had no idea that it would encompass Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare, and the secret beginnings of the creation of the United States of America.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Ronald Bates’s new book is a wholly fascinating journey through the annals of history in the form of an intriguing personal mystery, replete with edifying full-color portraits, photographs, document scans, and family tree diagrams.
Part memoir and part secret history, this impressive work from an “incomparable descendent,” as Shakespeare put it, will delight to the end.
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Consumers can purchase “Shakespeare’s Lost Purple Bloodline” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Shakespeare’s Lost Purple Bloodline”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.