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  • Perfect Love: One Woman's Journey from Flesh to Faith: A Musical Memoir

    by Shari Hall
    God? I can’t feel him, touch him, see him, or hear him, so how can he be, and what could he ever want with me?” Illegitimate, poor, bi-racial in 1960s America – searching for an identity and unconditional love. As she recalls a childhood trauma and hair straightening “torture” sessions, we feel her heartache, pain, and sense of not being good enough. A critical choice leads her down a path of self-destruction as she denies her authentic self in search of wealth and worthiness. Fleeing to Austral... more
  • The Eaglestar Prophecy

    by John Milor
    The end of the age is upon us. Soon the heavens will be shaken, and the battlefield of an ancient war will make its way to the earth. The fabric of time and space trembles full of fractures under the strain of warring battalions, yet we of earth sit in stillness, in a quiet sector of our universe, primarily unaware of the forces about to embark upon us.. Through the thinning veil, both the darkness, and the light are penetrating. And while the world becomes subtly entrenched in clouds of dark... more
  • MIDNIGHT FLIGHT TO NUREMBERG. CAPTURE OF THE NAZI WHO PUT ADOLPH HITLER INTO POWER.

    by Marcus A. Nannini
    MIDNIGHT FLIGHT TO NUREMBERG. CAPTURE OF THE NAZI WHO PUT ADOLPH HITLER INTO POWER. Midnight Flight to Nuremberg details the WWII Experiences of C-47 Pilot/Instructor First Lieutenant Harry E. Watson, Jr., a veteran of 27 Combat Missions, three Air Medals recipients, and seven Battle Stars. 10-year-old Harry Watson was stuck, head-first, at the top of an abandoned coal mine. Fighting a blinding snowstorm, his mom struggled to the top of the rock pile, pushed Harry through the narrow openin... more
  • Mother Knows Best: A Memoir

    by Pamula Floyd
    Mother Knows Best is a remarkable memoir of resilience, perseverance, and miracles. In 1994, The Wall Street Journal published an article called “Dying for Milk: Some Mother’s Trying in Vain to Breast-Feed, Starve Their Infants.” Chaz Floyd was one of those infants. He may not have died from insufficient milk syndrome, but it did take his life. His mother spent a lot of time arguing with and praying to God. What happened to Chaz was purely preventable, if only doctors and nurses had listened whe... more
  • Learning to Dance in the Rain II

    by Shelby Wagner
    Everyone wants to love and be loved. But what happens when the one you love dies? Or you discover he/she is only after your money? When we are in love, life is fun and exciting. But when that love is lost, it is devastatingly painful. Author and educator, Shelby Wagner, has experienced both situations, and in her book, "Learning to Dance in the Rain II, " she offers insights and strategies which will be beneficial to all mature singles who desire a change. Those who buy and read her book, are ... more
  • Memoirs of a Bible Smuggler

    by Jeana Sue Kendrick
    Memoirs of a Bible Smuggler is a true story set during the Cold War, an era when Christians who resisted the Communists’ godless decrees faced prison or death. A naïve housewife in the Texas piney woods, Kendrick dreamed of being a Bible smuggler. She and her husband began praying an extra hour in the evenings. They were soon overseas, smuggling Bibles to Christians hungry for God’s Word. Through Door of Hope International, the Kendricks developed a network of trained couriers to deliver Bibles.... more
  • Atreus's View From a Tent

    by Michael Barrett Miller
    Atreus, a homeless man, living primarily in an outdoor shelter in Seattle, shared the following thoughts, letters, and notes with me over three years. These musings come from a man who was crushed by violence and loss. His reflections give hope to many who find themselves in similar situations, living on the outskirts of society.
  • Elmer & Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters

    by John Odell
    "Elmer & Virginia” is not your parents’ or grandparents’ folksy nostalgic family war letters memoir. Professionally edited and designed, it’s a saga written by two gifted story tellers who happened to fall madly in love with each other. Here is romance, humor, tragedy, history. As Elmer flew combat missions above the battlefields of Europe, Virginia wrote newspaper articles about life on the home front. To open this richly illustrated book is to follow them through the turbulent years of World W... more
  • Chasing the Surge

    by Ja-ne de Abreu
    The compelling story people can't wait to read about life as a travel nurse, which is not easy under normal circumstances. Now throw a global pandemic into the mix. Learn how Grover Street navigates these unprecedented times in COVID hotspots in the USA with strength and grace while sharing important scientific facts about COVID-19 and the coronavirus vaccine
  • Mountain Dream

    by Wei San Tang
    The book is about my fundraising journey to Everest Base Camp: from the life's experience leading towards, the preparation and the actual trek itself.
  • The Burning Light of Two Stars: A Mother-Daughter Story

    by Laura Davis
    When Laura Davis published The Courage to Heal in 1988, she knew sharing her story about surviving childhood sexual abuse would deepen a painful rift with her own mother. Over the next twenty years, from the safe distance of 3,000 miles, Laura and her mother reconciled their volatile relationship. But when her mother moves across the country to entrust Laura with the rest of her life, she brings a faltering mind, a fierce need for independence, and the seeds of a second battle for power between ... more
  • Nest: Letting Go from Italy, France and Ireland

    by Jennifer McGuire
    At 46, Jen McGuire made good on a daydream. A little whisper of something that had sustained her through 25 years of raising four boys alone. She would sit in a broken down car in the school line up and think, "Europe." Pick nits our of her kids' hair, then her own afterwards and think, "Alone." Move from one rental home to another, and another, and think, "Someday." Someday she could go places. Beyond No Frills. Beyond the schoolyard. Beyond the park and the laundromat. Someday Italy. Someda... more
  • Start Me Up: Tips, Tales, and Truths about Starting Up and Starting Over

    by Jeannie Edmunds
    This genre-bending self-help/business/memoir is insightful, witty, down to earth and provocative. The stories are entertaining, the tips are actionable, and the takeaway is this: even an ordinary life can be lived in an extraordinary way, and in every crisis there is opportunity. A reader may not need to know what to do when confronted by a machine gun while on a news assignment, or how to get invited to sing in the White House, or the secrets to producing a successful infomercial. But as thi... more
  • Chasing bin Laden: My Hunt for the World's Most Notorious Terrorist

    by Barbara K. Janik
    A secret truth: On the early morning of August 16, 2006, Osama bin Laden was arrested in Brooklyn by the New York FBI Terrorism Task Force. They were acting on a tip called in by Barbara Janik. Her memoir, Chasing bin Laden, takes readers along with her on an emotional journey through the hidden world of lay investigations, which is charged with high-stakes puzzle solving, Arabic message boards, and anxiety-provoking collaborations with the FBI. Barbara Janik is a middle-aged masters-level hi... more
  • Return to the Light Within

    by Dmitria Burby
    Return to the Light Within: How I Woke Up, Rediscovered Who I Am, and Found Happiness is a revealing and raw memoir of the author’s own journey from successful corporate executive to rediscovering and reconnecting with her soul and spirit. This journey of awakening to her light within allowed her to unlock the life she had always dreamed of. The book traverses through the emotional states and challenges the author encounters, and dives deep into the world of Shamanic healing. Ultimately the ... more
  • Make Me: a memoir

    by Lisa stathoplos
    A searingly honest and dark humored memoir exploring how one comes to be, to live in their own skin; exist in their very bones. "Make Me" follows Lisa’s memories in and out of chronological time. Her stories of growing up Catholic, coming of age beside the turbulent Atlantic Ocean, discovering dance, her activism and becoming a successful professional actor as well as a fishwife, are fraught, rewarding and often hysterically funny.

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