Latrell was born in St. Augustine, Florida. She attended local schools. In 1958, she married USAF Sgt. Yulee Mickler. They lived in Ohio, Arkansas, and Guam until Yulee retired from the service in 1968. When their six children were grown, Latrell earned her AA degree from Florida Community College and studied journalism and photography at the University of North Florida. She freelanced Florida-related articles to local and national magazines in the 1980/90s, and in 2000 published Indigo, an historical novel set in 18th Century Florida. Her interests are genealogy and history. Latrell Pappy Mickler lives near St. Augustine.

 

ISBN: 1-59109-170-5
Price:
Hardcover: 27.95
Paper back: 14.99
Book Size: 8" x 5.2", 324 pages

INDIGO is historical fiction set in 18th century Florida. English East Florida has a new colony of indentured servants. Recruited from the Isle of Minorca, they were brought to Florida to grow indigo. Starving and horribly mistreated by their Scotch master, a young couple escapes. Their adventures unfold in a beautiful but wild and untamed land. Their futures become as uncertain as the future of Florida, owned by the English, desired by its former owner, Spain, and coveted by the American colonies on its northern border. This uniquely different story of the indomitable human spirit exposes a time and events in Florida's history that until recently have been virtually untold.

Copies are available at:
lmickler@bellsouth.net

ISBN: 0-7414-4720-7 ©2008
Price: $20.95
Book Size: 8.5" x 11" , 312 pages

Gaspar Papi and Ana Pons arrived in Florida as indentured servants in 1768. They survived hardships, married, prospered and multiplied. Mickler documents their lives and their descendants throughout the U.S.

Price: $20.95

Published by 
INFINITY PUBLISHING.COM,
 

Suite 100
West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2713.

Copies are available at:
www.buybooksontheweb.com

Also available from the author at:
lmickler@bellsouth.net

 

ISBN: 0-7414-5568-4 ©2009
Price: $14.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 181 pages

Overrun by new developments and people who donít know its history, Sampson, Florida, is losing its identity. This collection of nostalgic stories will enlighten new-comers and delight area natives.

Price: $14.95

Published by 
INFINITY PUBLISHING.COM,
 

Suite 100
West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2713.

Copies are available at:
www.buybooksontheweb.com

Also available from the author at:
lmickler@bellsouth.net