Money Milestones

A twelve-month personal finance journey
By Jesse Carlucci

Would you like an extra $15,000 over the next 20 years for your retirement? Using the information you will learn in Money Milestones by Jesse Carlucci, you will be amazed to find out how much you can save just by making your morning cup of...

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Mom, Dad...Can We Talk?

Helping Our Aging Parents with the Insight and Wisdom of Others
By Dick Edwards

In life, they say that there are two absolutes, death and taxes, but let's add another one, aging. In today's culture, people are living longer and very heavy decisions must be made about the care and well-being of our loved ones, particularly our parents. In...

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My Mother Once Told Me...

By Carol A. Schauer

“After she died, a friend said, “Phoebe could always make something out of nothing. Phoebe spent most of her life making something out of nothing but always with a great big laugh.” That’s a powerful statement alluding to the pioneer resilience to work hard, love...

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Missionary

Saving Fearful
By S. O. Fidimaye

Missionary: Saving Fearful by S.O. Fidimaye chronicles the author's fears and apprehensions in spite of growing up in an Islamic family and reading the Quran daily. The Yoruba people are known to have a god for almost anything and the author speaks about how all...

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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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Mixed Relations 2

Navigating the Stormy Waters of Married Life
By Gertrude Mueller von Deham

Mixed Relations 2: Navigating the Stormy Waters of Married Life by Gertrude Mueller von Deham is a moving work of historical non-fiction. It centers on how the author, named Evelyn in the book, grapples with a challenging marriage to a spoiled husband named Eric. The...

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Mom’s Pen

A Daughter’s Resilience Breaks the Cycle of Family Abuse and Dysfunction
By Posie L Carson

A ‘normal’ family can hide harsh realities within the home. Posie L Carson’s memoir Mom’s Pen tackles the issue of domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can lie hidden in plain sight, and it most often does. Women find themselves trapped in a vicious cycle and they...

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Mezzo-Soprano

Memoirs of a Rez Girl
By Rhonda Head

Mezzo-Soprano: Memoirs of a Rez Girl by Rhonda Head is the author's autobiography, a compact work that details her life growing up as a First Nation person of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. Head starts with her earliest memories of a youth spent largely outdoors with...

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My Life as a Sperm

Essays From the Absurd Side
By Gene Twaronite

Gene Twaronite’s My Life as a Sperm: Essays From the Absurd Side is part autobiography, part journalistic reporting, and part opinion. Some of these essays were previously published in magazines and literary reviews. Put together in this anthology, they nicely sum up a life rich...

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My Chosen Words

Memories of a Professional Immigrant Woman
By Ferial Imam Haque

My Chosen Words: Memories of a Professional Immigrant Woman is a work of non-fiction written in the memoir style by author Ferial Imam Haque, Ph.D. From her parental roots in British India to a contented life as a retired scientist in Ottawa, Canada, the author...

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