Memoir
Author: Lee Ann Sandweiss
Formats: Ebook | Paperback | Hardcover
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
Paperback Price: $16.99
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: Dylan McSorley
Format: Paperback
Pages: 370
Paperback Price: $19.95
All Dylan McSorley ever wanted to do was make people laugh and be with the girl he loved. But life had other plans for him.
Author: Chris R. Hughes
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Pages: 176
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In the heart of North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, lies a community called Roaring Creek. A Sense of Place: My Life and Times on Roaring Creek explores the author’s connection to and reflections on this Southern Appalachian Highlands community.
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
Format: Ebook
Pages: 180
Ebook Price: $2.99
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: Mark Di Frangia
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Pages: 464
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Follow the life and experiences of an adventurer on distant, more enchanting shores as he discovers his true self while living independently in Greece, Bahrain and New York, and travels the world.
Author: Gene R. Rodgers
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 310
Ebook Price: $6.99
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This memoir chronicles the life of Gene R. Rodgers who became permanently paralyzed at age 17. The author regales readers with professional, adventure and entrepreneurial quests that have earned him the moniker, AWESOME.
Author: Elizabeth S Cole, MSW
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Pages: 50
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This wise and poignant memoir offers a pragmatic glimpse into the joy, pain and humility experienced while caring for a dying loved one with Alzheimer's disease. It is the story of their love as they faced their greatest challenge together.
Author: Antonia Burgato
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
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: Anita Cukier
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Pages: 150
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Haunted by a lost secret, Anita searches for clues in memories of her childhood and the stories she was told, including her parents’ harrowing experiences in Auschwitz.
Author: Lisa D. Brown
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Pages: 312
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Moments after giving birth to their first child, Lisa and Steve Brown are devastated to learn that even the doctors didn’t know his prognosis, much less how to explain it to them. Their newborn son, Logan, looked profoundly different.
Author: Moira Yeldon
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
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: Gary Carter
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Pages: 206
Ebook Price: $3.99
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Former naval officer Captain Gary Carter, U.S. Navy (Ret), recounts events from his over 40 years of flying in the U.S. Navy and Delta Air Lines. CHECKLIST COMPLETE provides a compelling voyage through one person’s exciting life in aviation.
Author: Neal P. Gillen
Format: Ebook
Pages: 276
Ebook Price: $2.99
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: Miranda Portnoy
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Pages: 342
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Scapegoated, abused and betrayed, Miranda Portnoy witnesses something astonishing when she turns to the God she doesn’t yet believe in. Clumsily growing to embrace Judaism, she is blessed beyond her dreams as the Little Match Girl becomes a princess.
Author: Robert K. Ranum
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Pages: 274
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Bert Ranum tells the story of how a move to Florida turned into an odyssey of science, hope, and love as he and his wife confronted his diagnosis with ALS, the disease that had killed his mother and several members of his extended family.
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: Paul Guenette
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Pages: 150
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A boy waves at passing cars on a rural road and dreams of the world. He moves to Africa among the world’s poorest people who teach him generosity. He finds love and discovers a career, visiting 90 countries to make the world a better place.
Author: Kenneth Hawley Hamilton, MD, CM, FACS
Format: Paperback
Pages: 108
Paperback Price: $13.95
Ken Hamilton invites you to join him in an adventure that could not have been possible for ordinary souls until some 50-odd years ago.
Author: Mike Monahan
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
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: Peter Smith
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 302
Ebook Price: $5.99
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GAIJIN: Nine Cautionary Tales is the story of a number of folk who, for a variety of reasons – love, money, family - decide to make their home in Japan. It’s a study of the often bizarre, sometimes tragic ways their lives develop.
Author: Sharon Bazant
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 358
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Geckos & Guns: The Pakistan Years is the latest installment of Sharon Bazant’s riveting travel memoirs. Following on the heels of her 2019, Nine Years in Bangkok, this new title Geckos & Guns tells of the time before Bangkok.
Author: David Brigham
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Pages: 322
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Dave Brigham traveled across America in a van. He hoped the trip would open his introversive nature. With three friends, he visited wide swaths of the country, and settled in Albuquerque for a time. He struggled, but had a great journey.
Author: Terence McSweeney
Formats: Ebook | Hardcover
Pages: 86
Ebook Price: $8.99
Hardcover Price: $23.95
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
Ebook Price: $9.99
Paperback Price: $22.00
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.'
Title: Home Place
Author: Elisa Adler
Format: Paperback
Pages: 454
Paperback Price: $23.95
Home Place speaks of our relationships with place and each other, and the struggle for wholeness in uncertain times. It's the light left on in the kitchen to guide us when we need to make our ways home through the dark.
Author: Deborah Lee
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 196
Ebook Price: $3.99
Paperback Price: $16.95
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.
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