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When It Rains It F-N Pours......: (A Transformation of a Minority Woman from the Ghetto Streets of New York)

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A memoir of a minority woman growing up in the ghettos of New York City shows how anyone can become someone successful. Although, Mirian's struggles started from birth she firmly believed in many things such as castles, knights in shining armor, and a big house with a picket fence. It was those dreams that kept her spirit alive when life became too horrendously painful. Mi ...more
Paperback, 316 pages
Published March 16th 2009 by Authorhouse
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Kathy
When It Rains It F-N Pours by Mirian

A fantastic memoir of a woman who has fought the many obstacles that stood in her way to become the beautiful, bright woman that she is today. I've met Mirian in 2006 while we both belonged to a Paranormal team. I immediately took to this strong willed woman, cause we both shared some things in common the paranormal and we both have Learning Disabilities. I have always looked up to Mirian in awe for she had finally achieved her goals in life. I never knew the
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Mirian Detres
Jul 22, 2010 rated it it was amazing
This is a dynamic powerful book. It can help women and men as well as minorities. It is a story of a Hispanic woman that struggled against all odds and over came domestic violence, disablities and homelessness to become a PhD and a professor.
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Nov 01, 2014 rated it liked it
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Hard to read because major editing is needed. Plot jumps all over, but all this is understood as it is part of the author's disability. Interesting read.
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