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New Zealand with a Hobbit Botherer

by Maryann Miller

The next best thing to being able to travel to another country is to read a book that describes it so well that pictures come to mind. It isn’t necessary to be a fan of the Lord of the Rings movies to enjoy this chronicle of the... Read More

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So This Is Love

by Maryann Miller

Sometimes it does a heart good to take a break from reading the newest celebrity book, or tomes intended to raise social consciousness, or even the latest thriller or romance by a favorite author. This delightful little eBook offers that... Read More

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Harvey and Eck

by Maryann Miller

Sometimes the most unlikely premises succeed. The idea that a woman would randomly pick a name out of the phone book and write letters of the most intimate nature to that person stretches believability, but it works in this novel.... Read More

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Treasures of the Eastern Shore

by Maryann Miller

A fascination with lost treasures has been a part of folklore since the beginning of time, and modern-day adventurers still go out in search of treasures great and small. In this well-written book, the author, a founding member of The... Read More

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The Frugal Book Promoter

by Maryann Miller

Most authors yearn for the Golden Age of publishing when the only imperative for a writer was to write. It was up to the publisher to edit, market, and promote the finished book. That is no longer so in this market-driven era, and this... Read More

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Evolving Through Grief

by Maryann Miller

Experts in the field of grief therapy believe that the loss of a child is the most difficult tragedy that a person can experience. It is not the way it is supposed to happen in the natural course of events that a mother mourn a child.... Read More

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Unknown Book

by Maryann Miller

Blending fiction and history, the author offers readers an interesting tale rooted in the early development of the atom bomb. Set in Chicago in 1942, the mystery revolves around the murder of a professor at the University of Chicago.... Read More

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Silent Heroes

by Maryann Miller

Living with a person who has a mental disease is one of life’s greatest challenges, and some people handle it better than others. That is one of the points of this interesting and well-written book. In the first section, which is part... Read More

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