13 Years in America by Melanie Steele

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The powerful story of one woman’s search for happiness and fulfillment in modern-day America. After moving to the United States from Canada, a free-spirited young woman rejects the status quo and embarks on a journey to discover what it means to be truly happy and fulfilled in the Land of Opportunity. Her 13-year search spans half a dozen states, a bunch of fearless adventures, and ever-increasing crises, divisions, turmoil, and discontent. Through it all, she holds on to her fearless pursuit of happiness and fulfillment against ever-decreasing odds. 13 Years in America is a moving personal journey and a sharp, hard look at the American Dream.

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Melanie's first book, 13 Years in America, is a powerful story of the modern search for happiness. Through her writing, Melanie not only shares her perspective and insights, but also welcomes readers into an exploration of important, relevant topics and issues. The effect is a delightful mixture of entertainment, reflection, and impact that is both refreshing and enjoyable. Melanie's work is described as "moving," "heartwarming," and "important.
Published March 18, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 289 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Travel. Non-fiction

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