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Cherokee Blue Eyes:
Keeping the Heritage Alive
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Author ----------------Brian E. Voncannon
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New Book Focuses on Keeping Native American Heritage Alive

CONCORD, NC - December 14, 2000

Author Brian Voncannon has recently published his fourth book entitled, Cherokee Blue Eyes: Keeping the Heritage Alive ISBN: 0-595-15774-2. This book focuses on those who were told that they had Native American blood in their past, but grew up away from their tribe's domain. Focusing on reviving that heritage, the author covers many positive and negative aspects of such an endeavor from his own view points. Anyone who has a genuine pride in their treasured family stories will appreciate this work. This book is now available from the publisher. The book's promotional site is located at

The author was born and raised in North Carolina where he is employed as a full time law enforcement officer. Outside of his professional life, Brian spends time involved in writing, genealogy, native american craft work, and working out. He and his mother are enrolled members of the Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama. Brian Voncannon recently published Living Behind the Shield ISBN 0-595-10048-1, which was featured on a North/South Carolina television show, North Carolina Now and in Police Magazine.

The publisher may be contacted at:
Writer’s Club Press c/o
620 North 48th Street Suite 201
Lincoln, NE 68504-3467

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Author Biography

Name:                Brian Voncannon
Age:                   31
Occupation:       Honorable Retired Law Enforcement Officer/SWAT Team member/Author
Religious Affl.:  Southern Baptist
Hobbies:            Physical fitness activities, martial arts, Native American craft work, genealogy
Other:              Enrolled member of the Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama
Books in Print   4 (counting current title)
Publication History: Self published Completing the Circle: The Hathcock Indian Blood ISBN 0-9672423-0-4 first edition, ISBN 0-9672423-1-2 revised edition. Copies sold to individuals across the Southeast with 3 special orders from 2 major book chains. Both titles are available currently at

Current title is to be published by Writer's Club Press/ The book is a 6x9 trade paper back with four color laminated cover.

Living Behind the Shield: A Modern Warrior's Path to Bravehood ISBN: 0-595-10048-1 Writer's Club Press: Lincoln, NE   10.95 retail price

The Tears Still Remain A Cherokee poem by B. Voncannon published in a book titled Blessings of Time ISBN 1-58235-141-4  An anthology of poetry published by the International Library of Poetry Owings Mills MD 21117.

The Rocky River  Monster by B. Voncannon. A short story published in Lunch in a Lard Bucket and other Cabarrus County Tales.   Hometown Memories Publishing PO Box 189 Conover, NC 28613.

Manuscripts in the making include:

Endangered Soul: Answering the Final Call by B. Voncannon

Silent Entry by B. Voncannon

The Rocky River Bigfoot: Fact or Fiction? by B. Voncannon

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To Book An Interview/Appearance:

Contact the author, Brian Voncannon at 704-888-1685  24 Hour answering machine available. Please leave message if no answer. Please include contact name, organization that you represent, phone number, and email address if applicable. You may also email at

To contact the author directly by mail, please address all inquires to:
Brian Voncannon
PO Box 397
Locust, NC  28097
704-888-1685 leave message

To contact the publisher of my current title:
Writer’s Club Press c/o
620 North 48th Street Suite 201
Lincoln, NE 68504-3467

My schedule is a busy one, so please book early! I will acknowledge all inquiries as soon as possible. For appearances, please give at least 2 to 4 weeks notice. I am happy to accept any and all offers that I am capable of. Appearances within NC are given priority. Those which require travel outside of this area may require additional notice and fees. Phone interviews are encouraged for areas outside of NC. Out of state seminars or consultation will require fees.

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