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Mae-be Roses By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed ‘nothinger’. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She’s his bundle of possibilities. All her life she’s proven him right. She... More > gets good grades but is not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother’s story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother’s story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less
What Happened (Really) To Hillary Rodham Clinton - The Actual Evidence Supporting Her 34 Reasons For Losing the 2016 Election By Richard Saunders
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Fate? Kismet? Karma? Bad Luck? Hillary says none of these are the reason she lost. Instead, she has given a list of 34 reasons (as compiled by Fox News): - The FBI - James Comey - The Russians -... More > Vladimir Putin - Anti-American forces - Low information voters - Everyone who assumed she'd win - Bad polling numbers - Obama for winning two terms - People wanting change - Misogynists - Suburban women - The New York Times - Television executives - Cable news - Netflix - Democrats not making the right documentaries - Facebook - Twitter - Wikileaks - Fake news - Content farms in macedonia - The Republican Party - The Democratic Party After years of research following this election cycle from its beginning, here is the complete documentation that supports these reasons above. With this reference, you can confidently weigh in on discussions of how she was robbed of her office due to factors beyond her control (even though she won the popular vote by millions*) Get Your Copy Now.< Less
Mae-be Roses E-Book By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed ‘nothinger’. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She’s his bundle of possibilities. All her life she’s proven him right. She... More > gets good grades but is not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother’s story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother’s story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less
Fred & Nettie's Love Letters By Suzanne Fister Levine
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Creative non-fiction based upon the romance & actual love letters between two Kentuckians from 1900-1904. Before radio, television, and autos, they carried on their romance separated by 100... More > miles, a full day's round trip by train and not manageable by buggy or horseback. Times and love were fraught with danger. They faced deadly plagues, putrid water systems, horrific accidents, violence, murders, and vicious political turmoil that included the assassinations of Kentucky Governor William Goebel and U.S. President William McKinley. Women had no vote, few rights, and were blocked from many occupations. Men were expected to be sole financial providers, reliably smart, brave and stable. Life's choices thwarted dreams as both yearned for a bit or sweetness to make life bearable. About the only reliable things they had were local daily newspapers and US Postal Service mail delivery 365 days a year (366 in leap years), including Sundays and holidays. Their letters engendered curiosity & this book.< Less

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