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by Lisa M. HutchisonCanadian Authors Association When Charlotte met Albert, the handsome Lufthansa pilot, she was sure their lives together would be nothing but bliss and happiness. Little did she know what was in store for her and her family. It was the 1930s and the clouds of war were gathering all around them. Albert, by now a Major in the Luftwaffe had been deployed to Hitler's private fleet of planes. When WWII broke out Charlotte and Albert's world fell apart. They would endure long separations, the lo... more
by J.B. Harris"Drifting into the Light" is also available in 5x8 trim size. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, where the words lockdown and self-isolation became common terms and a new way of life, a family spread across several continents was forced to bid farewell to a beloved husband, father, brother, uncle, and son. The sudden news broke hearts and took away not only funeral privileges, but also the opportunity to bid a final farewell to a man who traveled far and wide to reach his ultimate pote... more
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by Elizabeth AllenBook 2 in The Feisty Woman's Guidebook series- Karma Rules! details how the twelve laws of karma really do rule when relationships come to a conclusion. How you treat others really matters always, but especially at the end of any relationship and how you move on with your life. Twelve laws in twelve chapters explain this principal of karma!
by Elizabeth Allen
In the Feisty Woman's Guidebook, author Elizabeth Allen offers humorous suggestions and tips for surviving the journey through a middle-age breakup.
by Rebecca M. Painter[LOVE] RACHEL explores the historical roots that might explain why the author's gifted, wise and gracious mother Rachel turned against her so painfully in her youth and did not take back her accusations even on her deathbed. Rebecca's search for understanding takes readers across the Pacific to her mother's childhood in the outback of 1920s New Zealand, and her fateful voyage to the Pacific Northwest in 1939, where she meets and quickly marries an American cult leader, Rebecca's father, whose ... more
by James E. Gibson
This autobiography discusses one hillbilly's (James Edwin Gibson's) ongoing search for the correct path to perfect obedience to the highest righteous authority, God.
James was born and raised in the southeastern Kentucky coal mining area where his dad was a mining engineer, his mom a housewife.
The book focuses on James's childhood, his college years at the University of Kentucky, and his efforts to fulfill a childhood dream of being a successful writer.
The trad... more
by Anisha GilaniSacred, came as an inspiration at a juncture in my life in a form of a deep loss. My father is the reason for this contemplative and spiritual journey. He is the reason, that continues to inspire me and connect me with the essence that is present in all of us. This is a series of poetic expressions, with universe, god, source…whatever we want to refer to it. It is in form of questions, arguments, pleas, devotion and finally introspection.
by Gabrielle Robinson“This is not a book I will forget any time soon. The story and the questions stay with me.” Story Circle Book Reviews Moving and provocative, Api’s Berlin Diaries offers a personal perspective on the fall of Berlin 1945 and the far-reaching aftershocks of the Third Reich. After her mother’s death, Robinson found her grandfather’s diaries and discovered that he had been a member of the Nazi party. Her memoir juxtaposes her grandfather’s harrowing account serving as doctor in the ruins of Berlin... more
by Torrey C. ButlerThis playing field called life is a journey, but it isn't always fair. The load causes so much pain, at times tears are shed and even starts to become unbearable. We all eventually get to the point where we ask ourselves this question: Where Do I Go from Here? This is the memoir of a young man who overcame numerous serious obstacles to achieve more than he thought possible. Torrey Butler describes his experiences so as to help others who are also seeking a better way forward, offering advice and... more
by Tonia Shimin
"The Art of Symeon Shimin" presents a striking view of the life and art of this Russian born Jewish artist. Curated and edited by his daughter, the book includes essays, more than 100 plates and archival photographs and an autobiography. With paintings held in collections including the Chrysler Museum of Art, this is the first complete collection of Shimin's work that dramatically showcases art of rare beauty and raw expression.
Throughout his lif... more
by Jeanelle Frontin
This isn’t the standard way to write a book description, but let me take a minute to be straight with you: writing a memoir was never a part of my plans. While when men plan, God laughs, I think when women plan, God shudders. Why? Well, it seems that we women have a special gift for learning our lessons the hard way. And being the overachiever that I am, I have, at times, signed up for the hardest crash courses on life.
For the most part, you will find within these pages a bunch o... more
by Karen Hill AntonFrom NYC the author first travels through Europe, and overland to Iran and Afghanistan. Serendipitous encounters with famous people add color to this unusual story. Acquiring wisdom along the way, her shared experiences of love, hope and tragedy highlight our interconnectedness and humanity. This memoir is a treasure trove of experience crossing borders and cultures, and creating home in a far-off country, Japan.
by Jim RutterAthletes have used performance enhancing drugs to set world records in dozens of sports. In 2009, one young American weightlifter sought to achieve the same. Pat Mendes’ journey would see him win three national titles, compete internationally for two countries and appear on the world stage aside the titans of the sport. His career ended due to a pair of faulty anti-doping tests—one proven in court to be totally unreliable. To this day, Pat is the only American to snatch 200kg. He trained har... more
by Randolph W. HoblerA collective memoir of 101 of my fellow Libyan Peace Corps volunteers from 1968--1969. Follows them all through training, teaching English at sites all over Libya, through the Ghaddafi revolution and in the Epilogues what they've done over the last 50 years. Full of compelling, poignant, tragic, triumphant, exciting and funny anecdotes, all deftly woven together.
by Margaret DulaneyEspecially during the era of COVID, many have fantasized about leaving the big city behind to take up a life in the country. Author Margaret Dulaney didn’t just dream about it – she did it. After 18 years living in Manhattan, she and her husband traded in their hectic city life for the peace of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Taking on one hundred acres of neglected farmland, they discovered a rich community of souls, both human and animal. Dulaney is sharing that story – which suddenly seems al... more