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  • The Java Dream

    by Luke G.
    The Java Dream is an intimate and personal look at the unusual life of a mother and her only relative—her son—as they listen to their dreams and follow their hearts. The journey, begun by the mother, is one of no limits—a life lived in truth. There are many obstacles in this young mother’s life—alone in the world except for her son. But this responsibility does not divert her from following her unusual path. She courageously pursues the life her heart—and her dreams—know is right. Leaving Engl... more
  • Come Live With Me: A Memoir of Family, Alzheimer's, and Hope

    by Barbara K Kincaid
    In a deeply personal and heartfelt memoir, Barbara K Kincaid recounts stories from her experience as a caregiver for her mother as she battled Alzheimer's. Offering hope, encouragement, and sympathy, Ms. Kincaid reflects on an all-too-familiar experience for many families throughout the country. With moments of heartbreak and moments of laughter, "Come Live With Me" is touching memoir not to be missed by anyone who has felt, either directly or indirectly, the devastating affects of Alzheimer's d... more
  • It'll Feel Better When It Quits Hurting

    by Lisa Orban

    Author Lisa Orban Pens Memoir About Her Life Including Her Foster Care Years

    It'll Feel Better when it Quits Hurting shares the author's stories, her memoirs, her ups and downs.

    Readers are saying great things about this book:

    "A Rare Gem" - Top 1000 Reviewer on Amazon
    "A Must-Read. Should be Mandatory for All Participants in Foster Care & Faculties in the Educational System. Laughs & Tears." - Top 1000 Reviewer on Amazon
    "Foster Ca... more

  • Teenage Degenerate

    by S. C. Sterling

    In 1996, Scott was nineteen and lost in adulthood with an endless job and no future ambitions. Teenage Degenerate is his story about drug addiction, music and growing up. Over the course of ten months, he quickly descends into the dark and dangerous world of crystal methamphetamine.

    Scott experiments with crystal meth in a dark, deserted parking lot in the suburbs of Denver, Colorado and soon after his crew of misfits will do almost anything for their next high. One by one, family ... more

  • The Pink Marine

    by Greg Cope White
    When Greg Cope White’s best friend tells him he is spending his summer in Marine Corps boot camp, all Greg hears is “summer” and “camp.” Despite dire warnings from his friend, Greg vows to join him in recruit training. He is eighteen, underweight, he’s never run a mile—and he is gay. It’s 1979—long before Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the Supreme Court marriage equality ruling, and with no LGBT rights in place in most states, and the Marines having a very definite expulsion policy in place for ga... more
  • I am Enough: My Journey of Self-Discovery and Acceptance

    by Cheryl Miguel

    I am Enough is a gut-wrenching and heartwarming memoir of a courageous and dedicated woman who refused to succumb to her life’s extreme physical and emotional challenges. Tapping into her vast inner resources, Cheryl brings forth a wellspring of healing and enlightenment for herself and those around her.

  • The Fathers We Find

    by Charles Ries
    Charles P. Ries latest book, The Fathers We Find, set amidst the farm fields and rolling hills of Southeastern Wisconsin. It is a coming-of-age story that takes place between 1950 and 1971. Based on memory, The Fathers We Find closely parallels the experiences of its author, Ries, who grew up on a mink farm just outside of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Drowning in a sea of nuns, priests, and hard-working church-goers, “Chuck,” our narrator, stumbles his way to enlightenment with help from a series of de... more
  • Illusive Angels in a Far Away Land: A Spiritual Guidebook for the Hopeless Romantic

    by Alejandro Cordova
    Follow a spiritually hungry young man from his tumultuous experimenting years of the late sixties, to his years in reclusion, to his travels across the world and back, from sitting in meditation on the banks of the Ganges River to having lunch with the president of Costa Rica. He was in search of a romantic solution to a spiritual equation. The story culminates forty years later as a spiritual guidebook and a romping fun travel story. The book delves into many of the themes typ... more
  • Marked for Death

    by Timothy Oliver Stoen

    On November 18, 1978, Jim Jones, in Jonestown, Guyana,  killed 907 people by cyanide and 5 other innocents, including a US congressman, by gunfire. Among those poisoned was a 6-year-old child, John Victor Stoen, the son of the author. This book traces Jim Jones's "development" from utopian to devil. It is Tim Stoen's firsthand account of his experiences as Jones's attorney, enemy, and postmortem target.

  • No Problen, Mr. Walt

    by Walter Hackman
  • A Mormon Chaplain

    by Earl S. Beecher, Ph.D., CLU, CFA
    Reading this book is a unique experience. You'll catch yourself laughing out loud and maybe even shedding a tear as you get inside the head of this young Chaplain who muddles his way from one awkward situation to the next. You'll share his struggle to get commissioned in the Army, his training (and lack thereof) that shape his ability to cope with personal disasters and console victims' families and friends. His experiences cover the widest range of human emotions: from men under the pressures o... more
  • Of Dreams & Coveralls

    by James Garland Powell
    James Powell’s earliest memories are of airplanes. His imagination was fueled by gasoline-powered models; balsa-wood gliders; and stories of military aircraft. Amazing, though, James never believed he would have the opportunity to fly in an airplane. While stumbling through school unsure of a career, James took a “dollar ride” in a Cessna 150. After a thirty-minute flight, he had an epiphany. As they taxied in, James’s heart and mind were still in the air. “Eureka! I’ve found it,” he said to hi... more
  • Four Score and More

    by LaVera Edick
    I was born in 1925. This is my story of growing up on a farm and following the oft-times bumpy road of life. It is the story of my family and ancestors, those pioneers who cut the trails and paved the roads for our journey through life. Several major events helped shape the lives and attitudes of those born before 1940. It was a struggle raising a family in the thirties: not only was the nation in a financial crisis, Mother Nature was in an ugly mood. When people reminisce, they often talk about... more
  • Christmas Tree

    by Elizabeth M Scott
    Christmas Tree is about the true experiences of author, Elizabeth M Scott. As she grew up in rural Maine, it became her responsibility at age eight to annually get the family Christmas Tree and to decorate the house for the holiday season. From trudging through the snow searching for the perfect tree to actually seeing the bright Christmas Star on Christmas Eve, the reader feels part of this occaision by the author's unique descriptive ability to paint pictures with words. This book depicts the... more
  • The Opposite of Comfortable

    by Sharon Nir
    Sharon Nir, a young mother and successful businesswoman, is faced with the most difficult decision of her life: should she abandon her career and her place of birth, Tel Aviv, to follow her husband, who has been offered a once in a lifetime opportunity - a surgical fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City? In this heart-breaking and riveting memoir, Sharon not only shares her difficult move to New York City and her journey of assimilation into a different culture, but also the baf... more
  • Breaking In: The Author of a New Era

    by Kate Stephenson
    In the summer before his freshman year, Wayne Casey could think of nothing but joining the elite rank of athletes at Byrd Prillerman High School. The all-black school was the alma mater of his seven older siblings, and Wayne in the family tradition planned to be the eighth Casey to walk the halls of Byrd High. But something happened. Over 55 years later, still no one can explain or understand how it happened. Jim Crow was still king, even if his legal status had been officially revoked. Ev... more