Miami's Yester'Years

Its Forgotten Founder Locke Tiffin Highleyman
By Patricia Daly-Lipe

Miami’s Yester’Years: Its Forgotten Founder Locke Tiffin Highleyman by Patricia Daly-Lipe is an astonishing account of the history of Miami and Southern Florida, beginning in 1513. “This is the story of the conversion of that “swamp” of “grass and mire” to a fancy metropolis.” The...

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Malibu Burning

The Real Story Behind LA's Most Devastating Wildfire
By Robert Kerbeck

Malibu Burning: The Real Story behind LA's Most Devastating Wildfire by Robert Kerbeck is a heartbreaking story that captures one of the devastating events in LA County, CA. The Woolsey Fire, which started in the mountains above Malibu in the early morning on Friday, November...

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My Secret Self - Book 2

Questioning Life in Marriage
By Christine U Cowin

My Secret Self: Book 2 - Questioning Life in Marriage by Christine U Cowin is the second book by this author. In this autobiography, the author talks about her married life and how it affected her as a person. Christine shares her life views as...

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Mojave Moonlight

A Series of Nightscapes
By Tom Lowe

In this fast-paced modern world, one of the biggest challenges to finding inner peace is to find a place where the hustle and bustle stops and real solitude is possible – sadly, we live in a culture where, all too often, silence exists only to...

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Mental Environment

(Mostly About Mind Pollution)
By Bob Gebelein

Did my parents influence me? Of course. Did my church influence my way of thinking? Of course. Those around us influence us. Our family, friends, teachers, and co-workers all affect how what we think. We can add to this advertising, television shows, politics, and books. Bob...