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  • Kid Me Not: an anthology by child-free women of the '60s now in their 60s (Boomers Remember)

    by Aralyn Hughes
    Kid Me Not is an anthology by child-free women of the ’60s now in their 60s. Women who came of age in the ’60s, and who now are in their 60s, share personal stories of how, by choice or by default, they remained child free. Their young lives were touched by a social revolution involving the Vietnam war, draft, sex, drugs, rock and roll. They were the first generation to have a real option to not have children, thanks to the advent of effective birth control. The Baby Boomers reflect on how this ... more
  • Both Sides Now: A Journey From Researcher to Patient

    by Alice Lazzarini, PhD
    I invite the reader to experience first hand the most exciting breakthrough in Parkinson disease research since the discovery of L-DOPA more than 50 years ago, to meet the players who would forever changed the course of Parkinson disease research, and to journey with me from Parkinson disease researcher to Parkinson disease patient.
  • Generations: The Journey of a Family Throughout the Ages

    by Luis T. Puig
    This book is a detailed narrative about the investigations into the history of a family. Inspired by TV shows like “Who Do You Think You Are”, the author’s began investigations into his DNA using The results surprised everyone, for the author only thought he was Spanish, and nothing else, but the results said otherwise. Continuing with genealogy, the author was able to discover ancient ancestors, including Crusaders in the family tree. Figures began to emerged, such as of Raph... more
  • The Education of a Traitor

    by Svetlana Grobman

    Svetlana (Sveta) Grobman grew up in in Moscow, Russia, in the 1960s-70s. From a very young age, she found herself living in two contradictory worlds: the private world of a Jewish family struggling to live a decent life in a society rife with shortages and Antisemitism; and the public world of an oppressive totalitarian regime.

    Despite that, Svetlana was a dreamer who longed to do something significant for her country. Yet as she matured and learned about the persecution of her family a... more

  • Not So Black and White

    by Alexis Wilson
    “What does it mean to be a family? What if you had interracial parents who had been ballet stars, your mother abandoned you at eleven years old, your father was your everything, the new love of his life was a man, and you lost them both to AIDS with the ballet world and Broadway as your backdrop? What if despite all that, you still believed in love and the non-­‐ traditional family became your hero? This is my story. It was many things but definitely-­‐ NOT SO BLACK and WHITE.”
  • Falling off Broadway

    by David Black

    Falling off Broadway is a witty, entertaining memoir by Tony Award-winning producer David Black of his adventures on Broadway. The book is filled with revealing personal accounts of theatrical luminaries and well-known figures such as Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud, Julie Harris, Gene Hackman, Joel Grey, Bernadette Peters, Burt Reynolds, Julie Andrews, Joshua Logan, Alan King, David Merrick, Donald Trump, and Richard Nixon.

    This memoir is based on David Black’s one-man pl... more

  • Determined: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Avraham Perlmutter

    by A. Avraham Perlmutter, Ph.D.

    Avraham Perlmutter is just ten years old when his life changes forever.

    In 1938, the Nazis arrive in Avraham’s hometown of Vienna, Austria. Desperate to help their son survive, his parents send him to the Netherlands. But the invading German army soon follows. During the ensuing war-torn years, young Avraham braves harrowing captures, daring escapes, torturous hiding, and heartbreaking losses. Yet he also experiences the goodness of humanity through the strangers who help him.

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  • A Month In India

    by David Mellonie
    'A Month In India' is a fascinating visual travelogue of a journey through parts of India that tourists rarely get to see. Full of magnificent, full colour photographs with accompanying text that describes the stories and circumstances behind the images. From the slums of Mumbai to Tibetan monasteries and rural villages, this is a superbly written book of exceptional beauty and rare insight.
  • Land Mines and Ladyboys: Flirting with Danger in Thailand and Cambodia. An eventful travel memoir by David Mellonie.

    by David Mellonie
    'Land Mines and Ladyboys' is a magnificent, enthralling travel memoir through Thailand and Cambodia that explores some truly remarkable places and experiences. From the temples of Thailand to the splendour of Angkor Wat, from the squalour of Khmer Rouge prisons to the bizarre lives of beautiful ladyboys, this fascinating book will transport you into an exotic, mysteriously different world. With more than 140 pages and over 70 stunning, full colour photographs, 'Land Mines and Ladyboys' is a beau... more
  • Molly and Me

    by Marion Lewis Besmehn

    "Molly and Me" is a one hundred and ten year series of family stories of strong women dealing with rape, exile, murder, marriage and more. Each generation's struggle to keep the story alive is told with an empowering perspective and maternal perseverance. Join Marion Lewis Besmehn as she reconciles her own story against the backdrop of all those who came before her—surviving with a smile and one more story to tell.

  • Wonderfully Dysfunctional: It Must be Genetic (Volume 1)

    by Buffi Neal
    The true story of... A gypsy mother who refused to wear a bra and a father who refused to leave his first wife. A brother who slept under the coffee table and a sister who was kidnapped. A cheating minister, a missing uncle and a feisty red-headed grandmother who was longing to leave it all. I always knew my family was unusual, but I was lucky enough to have escaped that gene. Or was I? In a nursing home, seated next to my dying grandmother, I looked around at my family and it occurred to me... more
  • Ithaca Diaries

    by Anita M. Harris
    Ithaca Diaries is a coming of age memoir set at Cornell University in the tumultuous 1960s. The story is told in first person from the point of view of a smart, sassy, funny, scared, sophisticated yet naïve college student who can laugh at herself while she and the world around her are having a nervous breakdown. Based on the author’s diaries and letters, interviews and other primary and secondary accounts of the time, Ithaca Diaries describes collegiate life as protests, politics, and violence ... more
  • Five Weeks in the Amazon

    by Sean Michael Hayes
    A Modern Quest for an Ancient Remedy.... I was on the cover Skateboard Canada at 18, met the president of Tahiti at 23, traveled the world and had a six-figure salary by the time I was 25.... And I was completely miserable. EXCERPT: "At the beginning of the ceremony, nobody knows how the Ayahuasca will react, for them or anyone else. Even though I couldn't see anybody else in the dark room, I could sense overtones of apprehension among the group. We were sitting there, waiting for the... more
  • Waiter to the Rich and Shameless

    by Paul Hartford

    Waiter to the Rich and Shameless is not just a peek into the secretive inner workings of a legendary, world-famous restaurant; it is not just a celebrity tell-all or a scathing corporate analysis.  It is a top-tier waiter’s personal coming-of-age story, an intimate look into the complicated challenges of serving in the country’s most elite and Hollywood-centric dining establishment while fighting to maintain a sense of self and purpose. 

  • The Accidental Caregiver: How I Met, Loved and Lost Legendary Holocaust Refugee Maria Altmann

    by Gregor Collins
    When thirty-two-year-old actor Gregor Collins reluctantly interviewed for a job as a caregiver more out of a favor to a friend - he had no idea his life was about to change forever. Seconds into the chance meeting in 2008 with, it would turn out, a world-renowned Holocaust refugee named Maria Altmann, there was an unexplainable magic in the air - it felt as if they had already met. And Collins was suddenly thrown into a situation with which he had never before been confronted: caring for some... more