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  • Snapshots from My Uneventful Life

    by David Aboulafia
    In this hysterical, irreverent and sometimes thought-provoking collection of essays, the author take us on a journey through everyday, real-life events that started as out "uneventful," but wound up being anything but! "Snapshots" is a book that everyone can identify with, and that will have you holding your stomach with laughter and shaking your head in wonder!
  • With Forgiveness Jesus ends all Curses

    by David Johnson
    For many years I had an anger problem. I was sick spiritually, and the reason for my sickness lay in harboring the anger. Over time it compounded because of an addiction to chemicals and flat out refusing to forgive people. It finally hurt me. I am deeply religious and I believe in God, so I turned to God and became acquainted with the Holy Spirit. That's when I wrote my first book "Forgiveness and Avoiding the Negativity Trap!" on Amazon. Years later, I realized that I had much mo... more
  • From Baghdad to Boston and Beyond: Memoir of an Iraqi Jew

    by Amy S. Dane
    Two tales are seamlessly intertwined: the death of an ancient and prosperous community and the reinvention of one man and his family in a new land. Now 90 years old, Jacob B. Shammash put his memories and reflection on paper several years ago, crafting his legacy. His eldest daughter, Amy S. Dane, elaborated on and shaped his story for publication. \t\tThere had been a vital and thriving Jewish community in Iraq for 2600 years, dating back to the Babylonian captivity in 586 BC. When the autho... more
  • The Doughnut Boy

    by Michael Dennis

    To celebrate his recovery from heart surgery I took Dad to the coast to fish for salmon. We drove home in the wee hours of the morning, and unprompted, cloaked in night’s anonymity and possibly mellowed by his recent brush with death or the drugs they had him on, he began to talk.

    “Mike, I know you’re curious about my life before you. The stories I told you are true but incomplete. I wasn’t part of the Jedburgh program; I was recruited for something a little... more

  • In Search of George Stephanopoulos: A True Story of Life, Love, and the Pursuit of a Short Greek Guy

    by Ilene Angel
    After a series of bad blind dates, the author determines that Mr. Right could potentially be George Stephanopoulos (who is single at the time). So she sets out to try to meet him…while simultaneously pursuing a music career in Nashville. What ensues on this hilarious journey chock full of celebrity encounters, is a series of adventures that ultimately lead to self-discovery, a hit song, and proof that when you follow your dreams, anything is possible.
  • One Way Ticket

    by Nigel Joslin
    It wasn't really my idea to travel. I did it because I had to. You see, I was meant to. I know that because it became a lasting addiction. Not that I knew where it was taking me. But that was pretty much the whole point. And to be honest, I hummed and hawed quite a bit before starting this book. It wasn't as if I were someone famous. Who'd want to read about my travels? But a few people urged me to do it, changing my mind. After all, every life is special, unique in its way. Why not open up and ... more
  • A Soulmates Twin Flame

    This is the real life and extremely personal story of Sarah and Jerry. Two people that unknowingly journeyed together down a road unheard of by many. Their adventure in life and love will leave you breathless. Sarah and Jerry just happened to cross paths one day. They started as friends, then roommates, and then lovers. You will become immersed into what most can only imagine. What they create is astonishing. Share in every moment with them. You will feel every emotion that they feel. The good, ... more
  • An Accidental Awakening

    by Stephanie Hrehirchuk
    Using the chakras as a roadmap and yoga, my vehicle, I take readers on a year-long adventure down a sacred and ancient path. As I navigate my struggles with motherhood, family, career, and health, I arrive at my destination transformed. This is yoga off the mat and into life as I am thrown into qigong in the snow, fire ceremonies on my lawn, walking on hot coals, tapping my psychic abilities, chanting, meditating, ranting, crying — all while training clients and tucking kids into bed in-between.... more
  • Seventy Moons

    by Ezekiel J. Walker
    On November 26th, 2016, Ezekiel Walker left his home, family, friends, and all that he knew and loved to travel nine hours away in pursuit of a new career opportunity. Once Walker arrived, he unfortunately discovered the job was a complete sham and had to figure out what to do next while stranded in a city where he knew no one, recognized nothing, and possessed even less. Being an avid writer for nearly ten years, Walker began to jot down his experiences each day along with a poem to encapsu... more
  • A Candle for My Mother: A Daughter's Journey Toward Gratitude Inspired by the Stories of Lorraine E. Newton

    by Pamela L. Newton
    A Candle for My Mother is an inspirational story of a young woman from the Midwest, Lorraine Newton, who longed to travel the world despite being the mother of four young children. “I’m going to see places, come hell or high water!” Lorraine remarked, and she made it happen. Lorraine’s stories in the book are told in her own words from tape recordings she made before she died, and letters saved by a friend, detailing Lorraine’s family’s amazing experiences in Iraq and travels in Europe. Into the... more
  • Heaven Without Her

    by Kitty Foth-Regner
    From Publishers Weekly: As a feminist and a successful freelance copywriter, Foth-Regner had a full and enviable life. Until, that is, her mother's fatal illness stormed into her otherwise manageable existence, leaving Foth-Regner shaken and distracted. In this engaging spiritual memoir, she tells her story of coming to faith in Christ by first examining all the plausible reasons for not doing so. Each chapter of Foth-Regner's spiritual journey is filled with examinations of the Christian faith ... more
  • Kill the Dancing Accordion Players! My Life Filming Travelogues

    by Doug Jones
    KILL THE DANCING ACCORDION PLAYERS! My Life Filming Travelogues A memoir by Doug Jones, one of America’s best-known travel film producers. This is an amazing story of a by-gone era of entertainment. Before the Internet, cable television, and video, people packed auditoriums to see travelogue films hoping to learn about places they wanted to visit and relive memories of past trips abroad. At its peak, there were thousands of live-lecture travelogue film series in the United Sta... more
  • Daughter, Undefined

    by Jackie Ruchti
    Given up in a secret adoption shortly after birth, Jackie's life has been a story of perseverance and self-discovery from day one. When she learned the truth at age twenty-five, Jackie began to unravel her family's tangled history one thread at a time, no matter where it took her. Daughter, Undefined is the unapologetic voice of a woman who endured family betrayal, emotional and physical abuse, and intense loss, but always held on to hope. Her journey to the truth and to happiness hasn't been... more
  • Chicken Hero - Fascinating Stories Based on Life Experiences

    by Uyi Osifo
    Everything in life is a story. All we have to do is tell it. In Chicken Hero, Uyi shares stories about his life, that he has in times past shared verbally in parts. The stories are about mischief, love, family and different cultures, beliefs and geographical settings.
  • Bound by My Choices: How a Death Nearly Broke Me But the Navy Saved Me

    by Keshawn A. Spence
    Young Keshawn's parents were absent and almost non-existent, but he never let that diminish his dreams, or his tenacity to succeed. Bound by My Choices is an illustrated revelation of his personal stories of trials and tribulations, failed parenting, and ultimate success and redemption. It is filled with experiences and lessons that molded a young adolescent boy to become a Senior Chief in the United States Navy, and graduate college with two degrees. This book will prove that no matter what sit... more