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Author: Dai Bach
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 80
Ebook Price: $2.99
Paperback Price: $12.95
Being born aware enables a man to see his life before it happens. He wonders who controls his decisions and questions his existence during multiple encounters.
Author: Robert Gogerly
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 412
Paperback Price: $20.95
Hardcover Price: $33.95
Commencing on a tiny tropical island, this is the story of a family torn apart by war, an unlikely and surprising re-union, a heart-wrenching tragedy, and a triumphant return to a land of magical memories.
Author: Alan Hundley
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 294
Ebook Price: $9.99
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At its core this memoir is a look at being willing to divest ourselves of judgement, prejudice, and pettiness to uncover a heart that longs to be seen. These vignettes, essays and poems are a testimonial to the power inherent in relinquishing a modicum of control of what most of us so steadfastly want to hold onto---our self-image.
Author: Sharon Bazant
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 324
Ebook Price: $8.99
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Nine Years in Bangkok represents the author’s odyssey of workplace trials, personal struggles, and loss—culminating in a spiritual metamorphosis that changed the course of her life. This is a story of adversity, lessons learned and ultimate transformation.
Author: Rob Lawrence Russo
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 334
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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.
Author: CJ Golden
Format: Ebook
Pages: 150
Ebook Price: $9.99
A mix of somber reflections and light moments that highlight a difficult passage in the lives of a couple who love each other unequivocally, One Pedal at a Time speaks to caregivers who need a place to turn for information, inspiration and hope, and who enjoy a good love story.
Author: Thomas Miller
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 180
Ebook Price: $5.99
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Peace and War is many things. Americana set within the culture of war that has existed in the America since WWII. Comic, tragic, dark, light, funny and serious, it's about family, fishing, friendship, baseball, celebrity, academia, the natural world, life and death. It chronicles where America has been and wonders where she may be going.
Author: Thomas Clay, Jr.
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 230
Ebook Price: $6.99
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Thomas Clay is a political commentator raised in Kentucky. His family tree has generations of prominent lawyers, whose conservative proclivities molded him into a liberal rakehell with a following of over 500,000 people. Pocket Full of Pie, a collection of essays about Clay’s extraordinary life, is his first book.
Author: Laurie A. Morrill
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Pages: 185
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Laurie explains how she held onto confining emotions throughout her life until her father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In her attempts at helping comfort him she learned Reiki and other energy modalities that open the door to not only helping him, but helping many others by telling their story in her classes and energy sessions.
Author: James D. Gutierrez
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 278
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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 that’s 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: Lanita Bradley Boyd
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 252
Ebook Price: $4.99
Paperback Price: $16.99
Mary Onezima Ralph Bradley was the quintessential hostess, graciously feeding everyone who came her way. The Southern version of The Matchmaker, her home was a haven for the downtrodden, some for hours, others for years. These stories, both hilarious and touching, explore her complex personality and her widespread influence for Christ.
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: CJ GOLDEN
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Pages: 94
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The Tao of the Defiant Woman is a unique and invigorating approach to the challenges modern women face that combines Taoism, the ancient Chinese philosophy of acceptance, with a healthy dose of defiance.
Author: Nora Curran
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Pages: 252
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A young girl’s flight from an oppressive environment in search of self-expression and freedom. She chooses her own trajectory, ready to face what lies ahead. She embarks on a modern Odyssey of self-discovery and interesting encounters across three continents before she comes home to roost in the USA via Beijing, Hong Kong, London and e-Harmony.
Author: Jim Stewart
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 258
Ebook Price: $3.99
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From a humble beginning and tragedy at home. Off to a foreign land and love found. Often times humorous with a great array of characters told with wit, but never straying from fate that follows. An aftermath that brings closure, but not without deep sadness followed by a spiritual awakening and the truth that love conquers all.
Author: Dick Dorworth
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 200
Ebook Price: $5.99
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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...
Author: Jaynee Beach
Formats: Ebook | Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 320
Ebook Price: $4.99
Paperback Price: $19.99
Hardcover Price: $34.99
When a family of women have finally escaped domestic violence, they find that their journey has only just begun. The Pink House is a raw and unvarnished peek inside the lives of a family who discover together the power of love to overcome difficulty, create victory from victimhood, turn tribulations into triumphs, and heal their hearts and souls.
Author: JOHN T. L. LU
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 532
Ebook Price: $7.99
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Under the spot light of the June '89 Tiananmen Square unrest, my sixteen American tour members and I fled, away from the emotionally charged protesters. I decided to extract my frightened tourists, under restrictive travel circumstances, out of China, by any means possible. I was the group's 25-year-old fearless tour leader, and this is my story.
Author: Thomas Dixon
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 256
Paperback Price: $16.95
Hardcover Price: $28.95
A near-penniless country-boy/urbanite wades onto a college campus—awestruck.
Author: Thomas M. Dixon
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 344
Paperback Price: $18.95
Hardcover Price: $30.95
A nostalgic, yet heartwarming struggle through poverty and abuse (1937-1964).
Author: Thomas M. Dixon
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 346
Paperback Price: $17.95
Hardcover Price: $30.95
Poor, beat-up Appalachian family takes on city life up north.
Author: Iser Flaum
Format: Paperback
Pages: 148
Paperback Price: $13.95
This is a true-life memoir of defiant endurance overcoming great cruelty and brutality over years of Nazi slave captivity. A vision of angelic protection by a beloved late grandma brings support and shelter through numerous near-death events. Multiple Holocaust ghettos and camps are experienced until final liberation.
Author: Kim M. Hood
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Pages: 205
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Have you ever heard or watched a bird fly straight into a window pane and immediately hit the ground with a thud? Instincts were shattered by a force it didn't know existed. It's a rarity to get back up after such a major blow. Waking Up In Asia shows how the will to get up and fly again with clearer sight is most definitely possible.
Author: Fredrick Wayne Klobe
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Pages: 440
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Follow the career of a police officer from his early days in the police academy through his time as a seasoned detective. He shares true stories about events that take the reader through a wide range of emotions. You will experience anger, sadness, shock and laughter, often times asking yourself, "could this really have happened?"
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