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  • In Praise of Inadequate Gifts

    by Tarn Wilson
    Winner of the Wandering Aengus Book Award, Tarn Wilson's memoir in essays In Praise of Inadequate Gifts explores the varied ways we cope with trauma and loss-and the miraculous, awkward, and imperfect process of renewal. Wilson explores a wide range of topics: her obsession with teeth, why she doesn't have children, the summer she spent soldering keyboards for Chrysler Le Barons. She traces the effects of her mother's rape, her confusion after her friend's mother is murdered, her own divorce ... more
  • My Obit: Daddy Holding Me

    by Kenneth Atchity
    “At the prompting of a marketing friend, I was advised to title this book, My Intensely Madcap, Lebanese/Cajun, Jesuit-Schizoid, Terminally Narcissistic, Food-Focused, East Coast/West Coast, Georgetown/Yale, Career-Changing, Cross-Dressing, Runaway Catholic Italophile, Paradoxically Dramatic, Linguistically Neurotic, Hollywood Academic, ADD-Overcompensating, Niche-Abhorring, Jocoserious Obit. But when my designer pointed out that title wouldn’t fit on the spine, much less on any public display l... more
  • URGE to ROME: My Quest to Become Sexy, Sultry & Migraine-free

    by Kyra Robinov
    I could have gone to a shrink. But a year in Italy sounded so much more appealing. My fantasy was that by changing my address, my insecurities would vanish and I would magically become the sexy, sultry, and migraine-free woman I was always meant to be. After 9/11, the stress of daily life in NYC consumed me and everyone else. Throw in a couple of aging parents, two adolescent children, a workaholic husband, and a defective I-can-and-must-do-everything-perfectly gene, and it's probably not une... more
  • GO: A Memoir about Binge-drinking, Self-hatred, and Finding Happiness

    by Jessica Bell
    ***From the singer of the well-known dream-pop group, Keep Shelly in Athens.*** All it took was one secret drink at fifteen for Jessica Bell to binge-drink herself into oblivion for the next ten years. In 1980s Australia, Erika Bach and Demetri Vlass, who founded Ape the Cry and Hard Candy, two of Melbourne’s iconic indie bands, encouraged Jessica with unreserved love to pick up the guitar and write her own songs. But Erika’s back problem became a nightmare of pill-popping, alcohol abuse, ... more
  • My Blackness

    by Svetoslav Ivanov
    'Blackness is what he sees when he closes his eyes. He hates it because memories haunt his mind. The old man wants to reconcile with his past and leave this world without a burden as he tells his life story.' Some children suffer because their parents fail at raising them properly. Others sense considerable pain because they do not have parents by their side. Nowadays when the world gets filled with uncertainty and chaos. A young boy is preparing to live his life as an independent man. The fi... more
  • Close Calls (Revisited)

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    Excerpt from my son's foreword: Close Calls starts out with a bang in chapter one, “The Hits Kept Coming.” If this story doesn't keep you on the edge of your seat, I don't know what will. The fact that it's a true recollection of a fighter mission during the Viet Nam war and is riddled with multiple obstacles in the span of one night should keep you turning the pages in anticipation of how this man and his other fighter pilot brothers survived. This one story alone could be a major mo... more
  • My Journey (Lessons I've Learned Along the Way): The Memoirs of Leonard I. Eckhaus

    by Leonard Eckhaus
    A look back on the author's life including what it was like growing up in the 1950's; historical events he actually witnessed; what success in life really is and how to achieve it; the things that will make you happy; the great successes and perhaps even greater failures he has encountered, and most importantly, the lessons he learned from them. He also takes you through his careers in the computer industry and more currently, in the music field.
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    by Mia Hayes

    "There's a guy. He was hit by a truck."

    On a rainy November day, Mia Hayes' husband left for work on his Vespa. Normally, she would have driven him, but Mia was waiting on a phone call with an editor and didn't have time.

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  • Immigrated: A Memoir

    by Nadija Mujagic
    At the age of 19 and newly married, fleeing from her native country and still haunted by her demons from the Bosnian War, Nadija struggles to adapt to the completely different culture of the USA. Immigrant life cannot protect her from her abusive marriage, which magnifies and extends her war trauma. Isolated and lonely, she learns new life lessons, making many mistakes along the way. Can she face her war demons head on and rise above the horrors of her past to start afresh? Immigrated is an i... more
  • The Burning Light of Two Stars

    by Laura Davis
    This riveting memoir by Laura Davis, author of The Courage to Heal, examines the endurance of mother–daughter love, how memory protects and betrays us, and the determination it takes to fulfill a promise when ghosts from the past come knocking. When she published The Courage to Heal in 1988, Laura Davis helped more than a million women work through the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. But her decision to go public with her grandfather’s incest deepened an already painful estrangement with he... more
  • Listen, Think, & Speak Like a Doctor: Essential Skills for Medical School and Practice

    by Smiley Thakur, MD
    Listen, Think, & Speak Like a Doctor is a witty, relatable, and honest book full of sage advice regarding the real-life challenges and practice demands of becoming and being a physician. Students graduate from medical school with a knowledge of body systems, disease processes, and care algorithms. They’ve learned to treat but not necessarily how to connect with patients as people. It’s these difficult-to-learn connection skills that trip doctors up and that patients need doctors to have to ensur... more
  • The Ribbon Untied, A Journey to Finding a Family

    by Ann Eklund
    Are you searching for someone missing from your family tree? Ann was. Her husband, Chuck, was born out of wedlock in 1944 and raised by his mother, Mary Lou, and a stepfather. Chuck grew up an only child, thinking that his mother was the only blood relative he had. After his stepfather dies of a heart attack in 1966 and Mary Lou succumbs to cancer in 1972, Chuck needs to sell the family home. As Chuck and Ann clean everything out of Mary Lou’s house, they unearth a shoebox full of love letters... more

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