Mum, Dad, Can You Hear Me?

By Despina Mavridou

Children are more perceptive than we credit them for. Such was the case of Irene, an almost 10-year-old girl who had a beautiful family. Her parents were in love, and she had her companion, a teddy bear. Suddenly, her parents would fight endlessly within earshot...

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My Daze With The Dark Muse

Better To Burn Out Series Book 1
By D. M. Needom

The life of a rockstar includes endless drugs, girls, and parties. However, when you have a wife and a daughter, you have to choose a side or lose everything. Nigel Hartagan can't stop himself from getting high and going back to the things that drive...

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Mup

The Complete Graphic Novel
By Raea Gragg

Mup, written and illustrated by Raea Gragg, is a graphic novel with beautiful and eye-catching illustrations, and the topics about being environmentally conscious, the angst of turning into a teenager, and family are timely and creative. Mup is a cheerful and high-spirited young girl who...

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Mommy in the Crazy Corona World

By Mrs. Tanya L. Mahller

Mommy in the Crazy Corona World is a humorous social issues picture book for adults written by Tanya L. Mahller and illustrated by Bhumi Loupito. Moms are having an awfully rough time navigating the world as transformed by the coronavirus. It’s one thing for some...

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Mission: Believe

Rise Again Warrior Series, Book 1
By Stacy Eaton

Mission: Believe: Rise Again Warrior Series, Book 1 by Stacy Eaton is a moving novel about heart, grit, and resiliency. This realistic plot, told from the characters' points of view, centers on a wounded warrior named Shane Logan, whose new life mission is to look...

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McDowell

By William H. Coles

McDowell by William H. Coles is the story of an arrogant surgeon who has a rude awakening about what it truly means to be humble. McDowell is a surgeon by profession, but people know him more for his almost uncaring behavior, yet he is highly...

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My Name is Sam...And Heaven is Still Shining Through

By Joe Siccardi

My Name is Sam...And Heaven is Still Shining Through by Joe Siccardi is a moving fictional memoir about friendship, love, family, and faith. As four friends move into their adult years, their paths begin to part. One of the friends, Samantha (Sam) meets a shy...

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My Life Poetically

The Autobiography of MzStory
By Nakisha Lester

My Life Poetically: The Autobiography Of MzStory by Nakisha Lester is the heartfelt and poignant story of the author; a story about pain, struggle, trauma, patience, perseverance, hope, and healing. She speaks about her life with her siblings Lauren, Jayden, and Tim, and her mother...

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Manuela Blayne

A Life Apart - Covington Chronicles
By Mary Lou Cheatham

Manuela Blayne: A Life Apart is a work of fiction in the emotional drama, historical fiction and coming of age sub-genres, and was penned by author Mary Lou Cheatham. Written for adult audiences, this work does contain some potentially triggering content regarding sexual assault and...

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Melita

By Gill D Anderson

Life in Saint Paul’s Bay, Malta in 1967 felt stifling for sixteen-year-old Melita. She lived in a male-dominated society, in a family where her father and brothers held the power. When Ross Macdonald came into her life, she found the love and affirmation she had...

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