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Journey To Mystical Union Through The Sacred And The Profane
By Mariah McKenzie

More by Mariah McKenzie may well be more than what readers expect or are prepared to handle. I certainly wasn’t ready for it, but, along the way, I learned a great deal I didn’t previously know about early childhood trauma. It’s no secret that children...

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My Million-Dollar Donkey

The Price I Paid to Live Simply
By Ginny East

Starting with a bit of back story here, Ginny East lived in Florida, running a successful dance studio, as well as owning property. She married Mark, handsome and six years her junior, who became her partner and fellow dance instructor. Two areas of unhappiness eventually...

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Memoir of a Jaded Woman

Tainted Love
By Emunah La-Paz

Memoir of a Jaded Woman: Tainted Love by Emunah La-Paz is an interesting memoir that showcases the painful reality of cheating. The freelance journalist delves into one of the painful issues that threaten millions of marriages across the globe: infidelity. In her inimitable style and...

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Malice Intent

Is Love Worth Dying For?
By Alba Castillo

Malice Intent: Is Love Worth Dying For? is Alba Castillo’s true account of her life and harrowing experiences of successive involvements with abusive partners. Alba’s father treated her mother badly and this experience became the root cause of her later unconscious tendency to choose men...

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My Father's Battle

By Vicki E. Hartman

Vicki E. Hartman’s My Father’s Battle chronicles a warrior’s fight against the nightmares of World War II. In his youth, Ken Rowland joined the army and took part in decisive battles. Returning home at twenty-one, he’d seen a lot of evil on the war front...

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My Mother Called Me Unni

A Doctor's Tale of Migration
By Dr Venugopal K Menon

My Mother Called Me Unni: A Doctor's Tale of Migration is a rich and fascinating history, painted fully with culture, personal narrative, and family discoveries. Following the multiple decades of author Dr. Venugopal K Menon's life, you get to experience the nuances of a life...

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Missionary Kid

Born in India, Bound for America
By Margaret H. Essebaggers Dopirak

Life has its ups and downs, and growing up is difficult enough without the added stress of living amongst the poorest of the poor. Margaret H. Essebaggers Dopirak was a missionary child, an MK or Missionary Kid. Her parents were missionaries in India in the...

My Cushing's Journey

A True Story
By Karen Rhodes

I was somewhat familiar with Cushing's Disease, since a woman I used to work for had it. I knew it involved the pituitary gland, and some of the symptoms. I had no idea, though, that its effects could be so far-reaching. Karen Rhodes' book, My...

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Maternal Threads

By Frances Susanne Brown

Maternal Threads by Frances Susanne Brown is a very interesting read. The author discovers a hidden family secret after her mother’s death. Brown goes on to talk about her own relationship with her daughter. However, I thought the secret that Brown found out came out...

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My Life as a Banker

A Life Worth Living
By Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed

The Foreword to Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed’s My Life as a Banker: A Life Worth Living has been written by one of her six sisters, Florabelle Lutchman. She describes it as an account of Mrs. Mohammed’s life, and that is exactly what it is. It...

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