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  • Cold War Kid

    by Tom Hanley
    For Immediate Release Honolulu, HI – While most autobiographies are released by world-renowned celebrities and dignitaries, it’s often the story of the ‘regular guy’ that makes millions sit up and listen. With sixty-two years of life’s ups and downs to recall, Hanley’s side-splitting and thought-provoking new memoir bares all in what can only be described as a unique fusion of whimsicality and social commentary. ‘Cold War Kid’ will resonate with those who remember America during the Cold W... more
  • I Am His and He Is Mine

    by Alisha Sheryl
    Alisha, a ten-year-old student, was a defenseless lamb trying to survive in the midst of a throng of wolves throughout her middle school and high school years. She discovered that oftentimes the enemy uses people, places, events, and a number of means to ruthlessly persecute the Lord’s lambs in futile attempts to steal human souls. Alisha was no exception as she weathered the attacks of bullying, discrimination, and along with a plethora of other ugly things that shook her confidence in herself.... more
  • The Olive Picker - A memoir

    by Kathryn Brettell
    More than a memoir, The Olive Picker is a touching experience brimming with strength and triumph. Facing a horrific attack, a resourceful nurse must summon her wits or lose her life. In this brave and shocking memoir, the author masterfully guides us through the pivotal points of her life, from an abusive upbringing that destroys her self-confidence, to the wreckage of an ill-conceived marriage, and onto a defining moment, full of grace and mercy, which gave her the wings to become the conquerin... more

    by Rhonda Nass
    Through personal stories and colored pencil drawings, Rhonda Nass communicates deeper meanings of words of faith. She believes these words are relevant to all and invites readers to define the same words using their stories. To enable those wishing to add visuals to their stories, the author provides a step-by-step instructional guide to complete their drawings.
  • Coins in the Fountain

    by Judith Works
    Innocents Abroad collide with La Dolce Vita when the author and her husband arrive in the ancient city of Rome fresh from the depths of Oregon. While the author endeavored to learn the folkways of the United Nations, her husband tangled with unfamiliar vegetables in a valiant effort to learn to cook Italian-style. In between, they attended weddings, enjoyed a close-up with the pope, tried their hands at grape harvesting, and savored country weekends where the ancient Etruscans still seemed to be... more
  • Within the Child's Core

    by Janiece Corevine
    To the outside world, a perfect family, but behind closed doors, the pain, suffering, beating and the secrets kept growing. My book is of growing, maturing and trying to understand the facts of life without anyone telling you about it. Unfortunately learning and understanding what sex is about at the age of three years of age. Learning on your own, coping the best way you can own with the dynamics of dysfunctionality within your own family. Learning how to cope, and take care of yourself when... more
  • A Heart Without A Home: A memoir about homelessness through the eyes of a child

    by Nichole Anne Carpenter
    9-year-old Nichole and her parents are evicted from their home because both of her parents are addicted to heroin. With nowhere left to turn, they are now homeless. In order to survive they must dig through dumpsters, beg, and steal. While living on the streets, Nichole struggles to understand why people treat them differently.
  • Don't Date Baptists: And Other Warnings from My Alabama Mother

    by Terry Barr
    Following in the tradition of Alabama memoirist Rick Bragg, Don’t Date Baptists explores the world of Bessemer, Alabama, circa 1960’s–70’s from the eyes of a boy who grew up there, struggling to understand the divide of race, class, religion, and neighborhood anxiety. Essayist Terry Barr learns from his parents that not all love is the same; that certain neighbors are not to be trusted; that crosses and stars and popular music can with seamless metamorphosis signal danger, desire, hate, and deep... more
  • HUSBAND: My 40-Year Marriage to a Gay Man

    by JoAnne Blackwelder

    When Steve proposed to JoAnne, he swore she was the love of his life, and, surprised, she accepted. Certainly he was a talented writer, and together they delighted in being witty and wild. Life in New York brought them two daughters, great jobs, a successful screenplay, and a Brooklyn brownstone to renovate. But Steve had dark secrets, and JoAnne would discover that her husband was not only a great lover and devoted father, but his demons could bring the underworld home, terrifying his girls.... more

  • Felon-Attorney

    by TheArthur A. Duncan II, Esq.
    Felon-Attorney is about my journey from being an ex-felon drug dealer to going to federal prison to becoming a licensed attorney in NY.
  • The Blood on My Hands: An Autobiography

    by Shannon O'Leary

    Set in 1960s and ‘70s Australia, The Blood on My Hands is the dramatic tale of Shannon O’Leary’s childhood years. O’Leary grew up under the shadow of horrific domestic violence, sexual and physical abuse, and serial murder. Her story is one of courageous resilience in the face of unimaginable horrors.

    The responses of those whom O’Leary and her immediate family reach out to for help are almost as disturbing as the crimes of her violent father. Relatives are... more

  • Where the Water Meets the Sand

    by Tyra Manning
    After years of battling addiction and depression, and coping with the tragic death of her father at a very early age, Tyra's worst fear had come true. Tyra learned that her husband had been killed in the Vietnam War from her psychiatrist at the Menninger Clinic, where she had been hospitalized for depression. Larry had been shot down over the Laotian jungle while flying a top-secret mission, just two weeks before their daughter's second birthday. In this beautifully written memoir, Tyra Manni... more
  • My Survival in the Killing Fields

    by Mao Sim
    My Survival in the Killing Fields tells the story of one incredible woman, Mao Sim, and the extraordinary journey she undertook as a young girl, emerging from the horror of the conflict which engulfed her country to try to find a new life amidst the pointless destruction. But her escape from one dangerous situation leads her into another, as she was to become an abused wife in a loveless arranged marriage. Alone, with nobody to confide in, Mao was forced to deal with senseless brutality for the ... more
  • Crowning Glory: An Experiment in Self-Discovery Through Disguise

    by Stacy Harshman

    In this witty and life-affirming memoir, Stacy Harshman tracks her amazing experiment. By wearing dramatic, identically styled but differently colored wigs for weeks in New York City, Stacy Harshman learns more about who she is and what she can find in herself as a redhead, a raven-haired goth, a brunette, and a blonde.

  • Denied! Failing Cordelia: Parental Love and Parental-State Theft in Los Angeles Juvenile Dependency Court. Book One. The Cankere

    by Simon Cambridge
    The Cankered Rose and Esther's Revenge is the first part of an instructional/memoir trilogy that looks at my struggle to first adopt and then parent an older child with severe attachment disorder. My own issues with Asperger's syndrome and the disinterest of my wife, Esther, in helping to parent our daughter are integral to a fuller understanding of the story and the journey. The traumatic circumstances under which my daughter was removed from my care in Seattle and sent to be with her mother... more
  • Hiking for Stillness

    by Shenandoah Chefalo