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  • My Holoholo Diary

    by Nancy Clemens

    Nancy has loved coming to the Big Island on vacation with her family for many years. This time, lured by Kupuna Pele, she came alone, embarking on a mid-life journey of what she called “a sabbatical between being a mother and a grandmother.”

     “Holoholo” means “to move around with no particular plan or destination.” My Holoholo Diary records Nancy’s year of adventures and challenges while living in the Hawai’ian culture. Her colorful v... more

  • Family History Lost: Whispers From My Ancestors In A Rusty Metal Box : An Unbelievable True Story

    by Raymond Lopez
    "Family History Lost'' is a gripping and emotional tale that spans generations, exploring themes of tragedy, loss, redemption, and the resilience of family ties. The story revolves around Mariano's father, a hardworking and ambitious young man who aspires to become a successful rancher. Set against the backdrop of a small town near the Sonora mountains, His fathers journey takes him from dreams of prosperity to the dark reality of envy, betrayal, and violence. His fathers life takes a tragic ... more

    by CSM Daniel L Pinion, USA (RET)
    Chop that Sh*t Up! is a collection of stories by a military veteran with deployments ranging from Bosnia-Herzegovina to tours in Iraq. Follow along his twenty-eight-year career from private to command sergeant major, and learn how a young, gullible private became a battle-hardened soldier to an emotionally broken leader on his journey back to civilian life. Whether you served, are thinking about serving, or know or care about someone who has served, this book will make you laugh, cry, or both. A... more
  • Black Box

    by Chelsey Glasson

    You don’t have to fight workplace discrimination alone. By the time Chelsey Glasson filed a lawsuit for pregnancy discrimination against tech giant Google, she had lost the job she once loved and had gone against the advice of trusted professionals. Many thought she would lose everything. Instead, her faith in fairness, reparation, and equal opportunity was restored. In Black Box, Chelsey shares her story and provides the strategies you need to pursue justice for yourself and your famil... more

  • The Unexpected Benefits of Being Run Over

    by Naseem Rochette
    Breaking doesn't mean you're broken. In a pedestrian crosswalk on a quiet tree-lined street, Naseem is hit and then run over three times. Onlookers yell for the driver to stop as she hears her fate in her husband's screams. Is he is watching the mother of his children die? Miraculously, she survives, yet she is no longer the person she worked so hard to be. Her "cracks"-the changes to her body and mind-initially feel impossible to accept. In learning to embrace this new, unrecognizable s... more
  • Who is Nika Nikoubin?

    by Nika Nikoubin

    I'm excited to connect with you about a remarkable and meaningful opportunity that perfectly aligns with your passion for literature and impactful storytelling. Please keep this email confidential until book publication.


    I have an upcoming autobiography book set to be released on August 31st, and it's not just another piece of literature; it's a deeply personal and profoundly significant story aimed at shedding light on the realities of living with mental health... more

  • The One By One Documentaries

    by Gregory Kemmis
    This is the first literary work, written by Gregory W. Kemmis, an acclaimed artist. He specializes in media production, whose previous experiences include a plethora of original works and performances within the music industry. During the most recent decade to date, he rapidly grew within his career, expanding his knowledge and applied skills to include creating independent documentaries or episodic series. Intentionally covering on some of the most pressing issues, to educate and spark aw... more
  • It's Good to Say Thank You

    by Michael Coccari
    Expressing gratitude can serve as a catalyst to intensify the meaning of our past and transform the trajectory of our future. Through the simple act of writing letters, It's Good to Say Thank You demonstrates how we can discover the profound blessings in our relationships and experiences, which can then propel us to lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives. This book shows how expressing appreciation and gratitude to key people in our lives enables us to uncover important life lessons that deep... more
  • Cancer Fight: My Wife's Faithful, Fearless Battle Against Breast Cancer

    by Michael Coccari
    From my perspective as spouse and caregiver, this book reflects on my wife's seven-year battle against Stage 4 breast cancer. The story demonstrates that when facing an extreme challenge, such as a deadly disease, one can choose to respond with grace, courage, faith, and optimism. Included are explanations of medical treatment (surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation) and its effects on body, mind, and spirit. The story affirms the importance of love, family, friends, and faith, and reminds us t... more
  • Master Lovers

    by David Winner
    While clearing out his great aunt's midtown apartment after her death, author David Winner discovered artifacts of her storied existence: notes from opera stars, love letters and artifacts from the Middle East of the 1930’s. His Aunt Dorle had been a co-founder of Angel Records and a prominent figure in the mid-century classical music world. But the more he learned about her world, the more complicated her story became, a twisted puzzle full of love and fascism, a record of a young woman grappli... more
  • Survivor's Odyssey

    by Richard Wiener
    EXCERPTS FOR WEBSITE (Survivor’s Odyssey – BID # 112614) As I sit by my window, gazing out over the autumnal park, the turning leaves straining in the gusting west wind, and a suggestion of morning sun stippling a clump of trees in the near distance, my thoughts return to the view from my childhood room on Lutherstrasse, a bourgeois, cobblestone-paved street in Wittenberg lined with neatly spaced lindens. How tranquil it all seemed then. Like other early childhoods contemplated late in life... more
  • Lucy's People: An Ethiopian Memoir

    by Janet Bastyan

    "This is a gripping story, well-told." ___SHEGER FM RADIO 102.1

    Lucy’s People skilfully documents an intimate perspective on an ethically complex time and place.”___Ben Claessens
    Lucy's People: An Ethiopian Memoir is the inspiring true story of a country and a life. Young Mesfin is a UN scholarship recipient, breadwinner to a dozen, and an engineer. He is wired to defend the helpless. Under the ... more

  • mr.

    by wawat napata
    Time and The Other Side gives an insight into my psycho-social, emotional, political and spiritual experiences from being incarcerated at the Belize Central Prison (BCP), how the privatized BCP is run, and a colorful insight into the mindset of many of the young black men doing time at the BCP. The time spent also gave me the time to produce a philosophical essay on time, and to hand record some mystical experiences of Shyne and Diondre, two fellow inmates who shared some of their personal expe... more
  • Three & Me

    by Sue Lika Dotan
    I was kidnapped and saved at five. I danced with two Princes in one evening. Dined with Elizabeth Taylor, and Roddy McDowell. Got chased and yelled at by Billy Graham. Was seconds away from being blown up by a bomb in Israel. Was put up in the penthouse of the Plaza Hotel as a guest of Donald and Ivana Trump. Shared grief with Nancy Reagan. Turned down a famous actor's proposal. Found myself unknowingly becoming the sister of a gunman. This is a story of my life, growing up in the crosshairs ... more
  • Where Two Worlds Touch

    by L.R. Heartsong / River Faire
    River, an alternative healer and Paris-trained chef—a decidedly reluctant mystic—returns to England from America to help his ex-partner, back from the brink of death. Stepping into a London life he left behind, he finds himself on an unanticipated journey of the heart. Together in a familiar house once more, haunted by the ghost of a lost dog and wreckage of a painful separation, the two men must forgive each other in their attempt to mend what was broken—not simply their former relating, bu... more