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  • The Girl From Number 7 Windsor Avenue

    by Vivienne Grilliot Worthington

    A humorous and poignant account of an English-American girl growing up as an Air Force BRAT in post-WWII  England, France, and America.

  • Raising Simba

    by Falisa Ray

    The inspiring true-life journey of a single mother who through faith and resilience helped her son navigate the streets of Chicago to achieve his dream of playing Simba in Disney's Broadway production of "The Lion King".

  • Sam & Me and the Hard Pear Tree

    by Jami Yeats
    A gloriously warm summer afternoon in February 2013 suddenly turned into a nightmare from which there was no escape and no respite. In one horrifying moment – the moment every mother dreads – Jami Yeats knew her life would never be the same again. When the ambulance took young Sam away there was still the tiniest sign of life. But Jami knew from the first scream that her baby was gone. That is where this story begins. But it also begins long before that, and is a story that will never end. Sa... more
  • Poetic Injustice: A True Story of Forbidden Love

    by Jonathan Sure

    A true story with names and details altered, Poetic Injustice is a tale of romance between a therapist and his patient resulting in profound insights that challenge almost all objectives of modern day therapy. Jonathan Sure, a seasoned therapist intuitively aware of projected feelings in transference and counter-transference, is nonetheless lured into an intimate relationship with his patient, Kulai and finds himself drowning in an abyss of confusion, submission, and obsessio... more


    by Kathryn J Hardy
    There is evil. There has always been evil. Evil has no color other than the bloodshed stains left behind by hate and ignorance. Dr. Johnny Savage and Otis Ikner were no strangers to evil. This true story is an electric memoir, taking place during the 60’s and 70’s between two young southern men born in a rural, less populated, part of Northwest Florida, with one thing in common and that was their untamed determination to be poor no more. you will follow Dr. Johnny Savage’s life from the deadly, ... more
  • "Are You a N****r or s Doctor?"

    Dr. Otto Stallworth Jr. was born and reared in Birmingham, Alabama, during the 1940s, 50s, and early 60s, a city characterized during those years by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as “the most segregated city in America.” Crossed the Alabama state line the first time at age 16 in 1962 to attend Howard University in Washington, D.C., and became the first college graduate in his family. The details of Dr. Stallworth’s life are evocative of friendships, falling in love, and marriages; and a grea... more
  • Change of Course: Sailing into Love & Adversity on Caribbean Shores

    by Regina Petra Meyer
    In her mid 30s and trying to make sense of her floundering relationship, Regina is restless. She throws caution aside, books a one-way ticket to the Caribbean and joins the crew of a small, vintage racing yacht to satisfy her growing appetite for adventure. Once aboard the old yacht in Antigua, Regina and her fellow crew members work tirelessly under the watchful eye of its cantankerous owner, as they prepare for the passage back to Australia. During a sultry sunset party on a clifftop, R... more
  • Forty to Finish

    by Larry Walsh
    Embark on a cross-country cycling adventure in this exciting sequel that finds author Larry Walsh on yet another solo trek across America. Here, Walsh brings readers along for the ride of a lifetime: 4,200 miles, cutting across ten states, from Oregon to Virginia. The Trans Am Bike Race is so grueling that less than 300 solo riders in the last decade have crossed the finish line. But Walsh did just that. Reaching the Yorktown Victory Monument, however, is just a small part of this tale. In this... more
  • The Boy from Boadua: One African's Journey of Hunger and Sacrifice in Pursuit of a Dream

    by Patrick Asare
    The Boy from Boadua is a story of hunger, hardship, hope, and tenacity. It’s about believing anything is possible if you set your heart—and mind—to it. My story begins when I was a young boy growing up in a family so large and impoverished that no amount of backbreaking labor could keep our bellies full. Though no one in Boadua had ever progressed beyond elementary school, I was willing to endure any hardship in pursuit of what any reasonable person would consider a pipe dream: a world-class ed... more
  • The WORD Works...If You Work IT! From Poverty to PROMISE!

    by Tammy McBride

    My book is a 66-page read and was released on 2 August 2022. It is a memoir of my faith walk with God as I experienced financial struggles. Once I got sick and tired of being sick and tired, I decided to take God at His Word. I began to consistently speak His Word (say what God says) daily and doing so turned my situation to good!

  • Johnny and Jazzbo: A True Story

    by Kathryn J. Hardy
    Taking place during the tumultuous times of the 60’s and 70’s, two young poverty- ridden men raised in the backwoods of Northwest Florida find themselves in Atlanta, Georgia fighting their way to being poor no more regardless of the cost. Dr. Johnny Savage and Otis Ikner experience life changing lessons when the effects of the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam War, political assassinations, sex, drugs and rock and roll, draw this unlikely duo into dangerous encounters, riddled with adventure, drama... more
  • Forget Having Kids. I'm Having Fun: 1000 Random Reasons I Chose to Be #ChildFree

    by Dane A. Reid

    Forget Having Kids - I’m Having Fun is a book about making choices: Choices about living life, and about giving life. 

    Through clever, intimate, and relatable personal anecdotes, author Dane Reid shares why he chooses a child-free life. His no-holds-barred, real-life, and sometimes exaggerated stories are equal parts edgy, racy, funny, and wise. Forget Having Kids pushes boundaries in its examination of such topics as: parental rights, corpora... more

  • The Bastard of Beverly Hills

    by Rafael Moscatel

    In The Bastard of Beverly Hills, Rafael Moscatel shares the heartbreaking story of being given up for adoption by a renowned family of musicians, a decades-long odyssey to tear down the web of lies that kept him from uncovering their lurid past, and his inspiring journey back home— not to the fabled estate where he was raised but a place he could finally feel comfortable in his own skin.

    This poignant and whimsical memoir begins in 1977, after an infamous lawyer buri... more

  • Unbelievable Grief: Incredible Grace, a memoir

    by Carrie S. Boone
    Have you ever felt so confused and overwhelmed by untamable emotions? You are not alone. Grief is a very unpredictable and ever-changing process. Carrie figured that because she had been exposed to some grief and loss situations early in her life that this made her well prepared for loss going forward. Well, she was wrong! Even though Carrie had been exposed to grief and loss as early as the age of 8, she would learn that the loss of a very dear loved one to ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis... more
  • Pandora's Lockbox

    by Nico Griffith
    PANDORA’S LOCKBOX is a memoir of Nico Griffith’s life from divorce to a top-selling real estate agent in 1980s Southern California when real estate regulation hadn't been invented. These behind-the-scenes-stories of selling real estate take readers from shaking their heads to laughing out loud to shedding a few tears. Her life and those of her fellow agents, aka The Fab Five, are packed with intrigue, romance, sex and incredibly entertaining situations with buyers and sellers who don't know what... more
  • The Backpacker Lifecycle

    by Brendyn Zachary
    From hostels to hotels. Backpacks to suitcases. Hitchhiking to guided tours. Unwashed underwear to a box of wet wipes. The journey a backpacker takes through 20 years and 45 countries is as much about the person as it is about the places. In The Backpacker Lifecycle, Brendyn Zachary shares his hilarious (and sometimes highly personal) experiences of travelling through different countries and different states of mind as the years go by.