Memoir
Author: Lee Ann Sandweiss
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Pages: 152
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“Lock Ness!” And Other Tales of Nessie the Scottie is a rollicking and tender tribute to a Scot who sunk her teeth into the hearts of everyone she met and refused to let go. Anyone who has loved and lost a beloved pet will be moved to laughter and tears by Nessie’s antics and devotion to the family who didn’t know how much they needed her.
Author: Kirk Spencer
Format: Paperback
Pages: 124
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A Gift...Only Borrowed is the compelling narrative of a young father going through the challenges surrounding his family during the death of one of his children
Author: Chuck Thomas
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Pages: 188
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A true story of divine intervention in the life of a young Iowa man. Hardships connected with having a self-centered father led Chuck Thomas into an encounter with his heavenly father. God begins to unfold modern day miracles that will enlighten, encourage, and stretch your faith to believe for the unbelievable, and make your dreams come true.
Author: Karen E. Bacon
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Pages: 388
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Growing up in a small, conservative town in the 80’s, Karen knew at a young age to keep her secret. Then she went to college where she met Erika and everything she’d tried to deny about herself became a reality. Now how would she tell the people that she loved the most - feared the most - that she was gay?
Author: Shankar S. Hegde
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Pages: 180
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Shankar managed the family affairs, including a small farm, while completing college degree. He came to America for his Ph.D. program with two quarters in his pocket. American Ajja tells the story of his thoughtful, sometimes rough and sometimes tender blending of two cultures into one well-lived life.
Author: Antonia Burgato
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Pages: 335
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The novel charts Anita’s deracination from her small island in the Adriatic following the post-World II Istrian-Dalmatian exodus and her struggles to set roots in America.
Author: Moira Yeldon
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Pages: 198
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An inspirational journey of healing yoga throughout India where life and death choices must be made. Humor exists in even the toughest moments in life and unimaginable joys can happen without us knowing. It is a reminder to embrace life with all its uncertainties, to cherish the joyful times and the wonderful people who make them possible.
Author: Neal P. Gillen
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Pages: 276
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CHICAGO 1968 – Personal Reflections & Other Stories is a collection of short stories, both fact and fiction. Its lead story details the behind the scene action from the perspective of a Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey operative of what really happened in Chicago during the tumultuous 1968 Democratic National Convention that nominated Humphrey.
Author: Shana Belfast
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Pages: 126
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Colors Beyond Clouds is a brutally honest, first-hand account of the life of the thoughtful, sensitive Shana, a girl diagnosed with high functioning autism, from her preschool years through the summer after her first year of high school.
Author: Frances Hunter
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Pages: 220
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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
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Pages: 176
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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: Terence McSweeney
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Pages: 86
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A whimsical autobiography about growing up in the 50's and 60's in the Cold War era of America.
Title: Here's To It!
Author: Gerald A. Jewett, Jr.
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Pages: 392
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Hop on board for the delightful life journey of this 92-year-young author. From trikes and bikes to cars and trains (and yes, there were airplanes!), the road is also full of breathtaking overlooks into the ancestral lives of those who have helped drive him. A most unusual 'bio-mentary.'
Author: Deborah Lee
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Pages: 196
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Hospice is an often-misunderstood medical specialty. The reality of the work is complex, poignant, challenging, fulfilling, and even humorous. This collection of essays shines light on the struggles, gratifications, and life lessons taken from 30 years as a hospice social worker.
Author: Steven Key Meyers
Format: Paperback
Pages: 108
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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: Nancy Burke
Format: Paperback
Pages: 166
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Hiding in the woods from the Soviets, escaping by sheer pluck from their takeover of Estonia, Imbi and her mother traveled during the last days of WW II through Poland and Germany, ending up in the U.S. as displaced persons. Imbi's courage and perseverance reminds us that the human spirit in the face of great odds can and will triumph.
Author: A Memoir by Tom Godwin, As Told To Metty Vargas Pellicer
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Pages: 180
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A personal recollection of growing up Black in Cape Charles, Virginia that is surprising in its details of family and community life and how robust was the parallel universe that evolved in response to the segregation of the Jim Crow era. This one man's account hopefully will contribute to move the races towards equality and social justice.
Author: Jake Winston
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Pages: 380
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A rebellious teenager, Jake, escapes his tormentor by entering a Catholic seminary. His hilarious coming of age antics gives way to a profound awakening where he considers giving up his dream job for the priesthood. When a girl enters his life, he pleads with God for guidance, and…
Author: Joy Walker
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Pages: 352
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How do you endure when broadsided by life? With faith, perseverance and a sense of humor. Joy's limited vision does not eclipse her insight; her soul-searching poetry will evoke deep emotion and leave you laughing in the face of adversity.
Author: F. L. Yeldar
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Pages: 140
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In 1990 Kattherine Fraser remembers words her father uttered a couple of years before he died unexpectedly in 1957, when she was nine. As meaningful coincidences occur, her follow up actions enable her to escape from her violent husband. And her journey of self-discovery has begun.
Author: LUCIEN L. AGOSTA
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Pages: 320
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LOSING TIME, a memoir, offers a frank account of gay life as I lived it in Sacramento, CA during the AIDS crisis--the Losing Time of the title. The book's focus on personal experience particularizes an AIDS history fast becoming generalized, its human details being lost to memory.
Title: Loving David
Author: Andrea Granahan
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Pages: 277
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This is about a man's epic love story and his courage as he faced death with the help of his family.
Author: Cheri Avery Black
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Pages: 397
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This memoir glows with fiery passion as a Jamaican man, striving to lift his sons out of poverty, instantly bonds with a tourist, an older American businesswoman. They face alarming impediments, cross-cultural prejudices, and politics. With unshakable tenacity to their inner truth, they strive to flow with the uplifting island “One Love” vibration.
Author: Mary Pacios
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Pages: 396
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A young woman, divorced with children, struggles to find a place in the repressive culture of the 1950s. She lands in the middle of Berkeley, California’s war protest and environmental movements of the 1960s and 1970s and adds her own budding feminism to the simmering pot of social change.
Author: Lynn Wyatt
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Pages: 144
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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: Cecilia Yates
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Pages: 152
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When children are snatched especially from their mothers, a void exists which has a negative impact that lasts forever. This is the story of a young girl and her brothers who have to face isolation and lack of self worth in an orphanage. Through others' goodness, they learn to cope, survive and believe that they are worth saving.
Author: Lee Shannon
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Pages: 162
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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: Carl Gamble
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Pages: 244
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With calm decision-making, Carl landed burning and hijacked airplanes.
Author: Carol Caloro
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Pages: 168
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This is the story of my life in rural America with my incredible dad and my emotionally abusive mother. Beginning in the 1940s, my journey took me on a tempestuous roller coaster ride that lasted into my adulthood, with more than a few bumps along the way. In 2018, I experienced the biggest jolt of all, which was the impetus for this book.
Author: Lu Chi Fa and Dr. Lorin Lee Cary
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Pages: 184
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Despite the lingering effects of childhood abuse, Lu Chi Fa created good fortune in the U.S. He has owned a restaurant in Morro Bay since 1990. The central message is that success is possible despite poverty, hardship and poor education. Setbacks will occur, but if we set aside negative excuses and work hard we can fulfill our dreams.
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