Making Democracy Count

How Mathematics Improves Voting, Electoral Maps, and Representation
By Ismar Volic

Making Democracy Count: How Mathematics Improves Voting, Electoral Maps, and Representation by Ismar Volic is an extremely important book. The word ‘Mathematics’ in the title might discourage some readers from picking up the book, but it shouldn’t. Nothing more than basic arithmetic is involved, and...

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Morocco

A Remembrance of Childhood
By James B. Farmer

Morocco: A Remembrance of Childhood by James B. Farmer is narrated through the eyes and adventures of a five-year-old boy as he embarks on the first of many journeys. The book opens as his Navy family moves from America's heartland to Morocco in the mid-1950s...

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Metaphysical Sherpa

Misunderstood Mystic
By Nick Mirisola

Metaphysical Sherpa: Misunderstood Mystic is a work of non-fiction in the Unitarian Universalism, shamanism, and spirituality genres. It is best suited to adult readers owing to descriptions of explicit drug use, graphic violence, explicit language, and other mature content. Penned by author Nick Mirisola, this...

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Mother's Pearls

An Enduring Gift
By Barbara Young, Samiullah Sahito, David Loofbourrow

Join Barbara Young as she recalls the teachings and values she gained from her mother's words in Mother's Pearls: An Enduring Gift. Apart from its wise teachings, the book allows readers to reflect on their own life lessons with the blank spaces provided. Barbara's "pearls"...

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My Search for Jazzbo Jones

By Ethan Hirsh

My Search for Jazzbo Jones is a work of non-fiction in the memoir, slice-of-life, and inspirational writing genres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Ethan Hirsh, the narrative delves into the author's quest to uncover the mystery surrounding...

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My Father's Suitcase

By Mary Garden

My Father's Suitcase falls into the autobiography, family drama, and inspirational writing genres. It is best suited to adult readers and contains a discussion of abuse as well as other adult content and language. Penned by author Mary Garden, this gripping memoir delves into the...

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My Southern Table

Recipes from a Georgia Kitchen
By Lana Taylor Stuart

“Food is more than sustenance, it’s a shared language of love, history, and community.” I love these opening lines in the Introduction to Lana Taylor Stuart’s My Southern Table. Food is much more than what we eat to survive: it defines who we are and...

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Monsters on the Loose

The True Story of Three Unsolved Murders in Prohibition Era San Diego
By Richard L. Carrico

Monsters on the Loose by Richard L. Carrico unravels the haunting mysteries behind three unsolved murders that gripped Prohibition Era San Diego in 1931. Beyond the sun-kissed beaches and seemingly tranquil neighborhoods lies a chilling narrative of terror and vulnerability. Carrico meticulously recounts the tragic...

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Mastering the Art of Stress

Finding Calm in the Chaos
By Sophia Elan

In Mastering the Art of Stress, Sophia Elan discusses poor health decisions and why we may make them. After processing her traumas, she developed the "K.I.S.S." ("Keep It Simple, Sweetheart") philosophy, which helps her manage stress without the use of medicines. Told in two parts,...

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Man Up. Sober Up.

Eight Powerful Steps to Reclaim Respect, Conquer Isolation, and Thrive in Recovery
By Ryan Penley

In Man Up. Sober Up., Ryan Penley chronicles a turbulent battle with addiction, which entails hospitalizations, arrests, and pivotal moments of reckoning, alongside advice on conquering addiction linked to his journey. Stressing trauma's link to addiction, Penley urges self-examination and acknowledgment of addiction's distributive impact....

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