Memoir
Author: Frances Hunter
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Pages: 220
Ebook Price: $7.99
Paperback Price: $15.95
This memoir is a compelling evocation of another time and way of life as experienced through the eyes and voice of a growing girl. After early years in New York City, she travels to various parts of the far-flung British Empire and copes with her disruptive life and bewildering parents.
Author: Mike Monahan
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 176
Ebook Price: $4.99
Paperback Price: $14.95
This book is about leadership and decision-making. In From The Jungle To The Boardroom, author Mike Monahan, focuses on the lessons he learned in the jungles of Vietnam and in leading as CEO of Life Success Seminars, a Cincinnati based nonprofit organization that provided personal and business leadership development.
Author: Steven Key Meyers
Format: Paperback
Pages: 108
Paperback Price: $15.95
In lively fashion, author Steven Key Meyers recaptures being a teen-aged underbutler at Caramoor, the estate famous for its music festival and house museum. He tells of getting to know the mansion's staff-below-stairs and above-and high-society history at a time when its way of life was already of a bygone era.
Author: Lynn Wyatt
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 144
Ebook Price: $5.99
Paperback Price: $13.95
A young commercial pilot from California, who thinks he knows it all, moves to Alaska and becomes a bush pilot. He learns the hard way how to fly in the unforgiving weather and terrain. Actual stories from the pilot's log book are an exciting and informative read.
Author: Lee Shannon
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Pages: 162
Ebook Price: $4.99
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Born Lowen Lee Slagle to Lee Roy and Beulah (Catlett) Slagle on a farm in southeast Nebraska, Lee Shannon (radio name) spent 38 years as a disc jockey for Country Music Radio stations across the country. Lee had a talent that brought him nationwide recognition and honors throughout his career.
Author: Rob Lawrence Russo
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 334
Ebook Price: $8.99
Paperback Price: $19.95
Despite having a mother who once told him she would kill a son who was gay-as well as enduring exposure to a lifetime of anti-gay rhetoric from religious leaders, politicians and even from some mental health professionals-a gay man recounts how he not only survived, but flourished.
Title: Opal & Beyond
Author: George Kennedy
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 474
Paperback Price: $21.95
Hardcover Price: $36.95
In South Australia, the author fights other Yahoos for colored stones. Revelation! He turns to the beauties of Japan and literature. "Highly entertaining..." (A notable Booker Prize winner
Author: James D. Gutierrez
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 278
Ebook Price: $2.99
Paperback Price: $16.95
This is a fictionalized autobiographical odyssey that's basically a memoir.
Author: James D. Gutierrez
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 410
Ebook Price: $3.99
Paperback Price: $19.95
This is a fictionalized autobiographical odyssey thatís basically a memoir.
Author: James D. Gutierrez
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 314
Ebook Price: $2.99
Paperback Price: $17.95
This trilogy is a fictionalized autobiographical odyssey that's basically a memoir. It was written by a college graduate and Army veteran who dropped out in 1970 to become a protester hermit, who then gradually evolved into a pursuer hermit. Simplicity is his maxim; peace and quiet, his solace.
Author: The West County Writers' Circle
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 280
Ebook Price: $9.99
Paperback Price: $20.00
Nine women writers from the fields of education, journalism, law, science, community organizing and art share their experiences creating families and careers in Twentieth Century America. They faced institutionalized misogynistic attitudes, but persevered in spite of uneven playing fields to create new opportunities for themselves and others.
Author: George Kennedy
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 544
Paperback Price: $22.95
Hardcover Price: $38.95
The Bureau is beset by doctrinaire feminism. Sexual harassment may be an unwelcome cup of coffee or the gift of a poem.
Author: Dick Dorworth
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 200
Ebook Price: $5.99
Paperback Price: $14.95
This is a memoir of the author's first 23 years, written when he was in his 70's, which was 30 years after his father explained, for the first time, some of the family's dysfunctional dynamics, alcoholism, and alienation. At 23, he saw his path through mountains and skiing. At 46, he understood it...
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