Girls Can Be Cowboys Too!

Snakes in the attic, wildfire and "If you don't have a dog, use a cat"
By Rose Miller

Girls Can Be Cowboys Too by Rose Miller is a collection of real and honest stories from women who open up about their experiences dealing with country life. A few share their experiences as cowboys, but all are connected through their work with animals, ranch...

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God, Brian Jones & Me

The Sixties & the Rolling Stones Murder
By Gloria Shepherd

God, Brian Jones & Me: The Sixties & Rolling Stones Murder by Gloria Shepherd is a no-holds-barred autobiography of an amazing woman that relived countless horrors of neglect, and physical and emotional abuse while growing up in a dysfunctional Sicilian family. Growing up in New...

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Going Around in Circles

By Joan E. Bent

When I began to read "Going Around in Circles," I quickly got to know the main character named Betty. It is a little like reading her diary. Betty is Jamaican-born and she is a fish out of water in America as she faces cultural and...

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