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  • Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness, and Love

    by Alexis Black
    In a stark and wholehearted true story that shares how two individuals on separate paths found each other, Alexis and Justin merge their course into one full of hope and purpose. And hand-in-hand, with a desire to help others, they learned to reject the abusive patterns of their past, thereby intentionally breaking the cycle of generational violence and unhealthy behaviors. Written in an engaging novelistic style, the authors put forward a thoughtful exchange of ideas and personal experiences il... more
  • Abandon Brandon: A Memoir

    by Brandon McDermott
    Brandon spent his childhood as a ward of the state, living in and out of foster care. The abuse, poverty and lack of support he experienced as a child molded and motivated him to do more and be more than he was shown. His story is one of survival, resilience, redemption, and hope.
  • The Art of Lunging & Work in Hand

    by Harry Chaim Faibish
    This book shows and explains in dabbed, how to correctly lunge horses. To be able to lunge classically is not easy. It takes many years of practicing and studying the correct way of going. I want to share the skills that I’ve learned for 51 years of doing and practicing it. It started when my teacher Christina de Nobel, one day came to me and told me to lunge a young mare – a 3 years old mare. She showed me how to do it for 10 minutes and then left. A minute later the mare stood on her back l... more
  • Peter and the Wolves

    by Adele Bertei
    “Much has been written about the punk scenes of New York, London, and LA. Adele Bertei inks 1970s Cleveland, where burning water provided an existential backdrop to a demimonde centered around the doomed, charismatic figure of her friend and band mate Peter Laughner. Peter and the Wolves is a Just Kids of the heartland, with Bertei a poète maudit as in love with rock’n’roll as her hero Patti Smith.”—Evelyn McDonnell
  • Juror Number 2: The Story of a Murder, the Agony of a Neighborhood

    by Efrem Sigel
    Compulsively readable, “Juror Number 2” is a true crime story and societal expose that takes the reader into the housing projects, police precincts and schools in East Harlem to portray in unvarnished detail the conditions that lead young people to be involved in gangs and crime. As the Preface explains, “This is a story about a brutal and senseless murder in East Harlem, New York, about the ensuing trial——in which I served as a juror—and about my subsequent search for why. Why the young men c... more
  • Embrace that Girl: A Love Story with the Girl in the Mirror

    by Cris Ramos Greene
    In Embrace That Girl, first time Spanish-American author Cris Ramos Greene tells the heartfelt and humorous story of navigating adulthood and searching for meaning and love in Miami A second-generation immigrant whose parents were born in Cuba, Greene recounts her life as a twenty-something in Miami, from graduating college in 2009 at the height of the Great Recession to the disappointment of having to move back in with her parents after a career setback. Along the way, Greene feigns bilingual... more
  • From an Autism Mom with Love

    by Diana Romeo
    From an Autism Mom with Love is a collection of personal letters that gives you a look into the life of one family’s experience living with someone on the autism spectrum. These letters are written from Mom to her son, to God, and to the community at large and will bring you through a range of emotions. They share experiences spanning from diagnosis, through school years, until today, when he is transitioning into adulthood. The letters are funny, sad, poignant, frustrated, informative, and hop... more
  • 978-0982399101

    by Lisa Barstow
    A child of privilege in Manhattan during the halcyon days of the 1950s, Lisa Barstow was born into a world of nannies, debutante cotillions, trips to Europe, and social summers on the Maine coast. Life in this “box” shielded her from the rest of the world, but by early adulthood the container began to fall apart. Her parents' divorce, alcoholism, cancer battles, and early deaths brought painful losses and a new perspective—one that propelled her into the second half of life better prepared for t... more
  • 978-0982399170

    by Lisa Barstow
    In this sequel to her 2009 memoir, Don’t Go Back to Sleep, the author embarks on her own mythical journey of exploration, self-discovery, and transformation. Guided toward connection and purpose through study, travel, and by generous teachers along the way, her increasing awareness of the presence of the unseen spiritual world and a deep devotion to the expansion of consciousness in the second half of life has led her to the witness within. Elderhood has opened her heart to Self.
  • Bronze Seeks Silver

    by Mat Zucker
    Marketing was destiny for Mat Zucker — the perfect cocktail of creativity, art and salesmanship. But before becoming chief creative officer of the world’s largest direct marketing agency and now partner at a global management consultancy, he had to pay his dues. First as a secretary at a big ad agency, mastering a West Virginian accent, and then, as a writer, researching the phenomenon of spanking parties, he’s picked up both hard lessons about selling brands and managing careers, with many l... more
  • At War with the Big Dogs: How One Man in Need of a Job Started a Billion Dollar Industry

    by Chuck Masek
    A true David versus Goliath story. Discover how a small group of hardworking, focused, and determined entrepreneurs forever changed the medical device industry. In the face of betrayal and overwhelming odds, this band of brothers fought with courage, commitment, and enduring faith and came together to disrupt the cash flow and business models of multibillion-dollar corporations, which they affectionately called the “Big Dogs.” Gain an inside perspective on how the medical device industry work... more
  • Emerging Butterfly Whispers Blog

    by Aura Camacho-Maas
    Emerging Butterfly Whispers are articles inspired on the story told in my book Uprooting Fear - The Heart's Accidental Journey to the Divine.
  • Brian's Journey

    by Janet Dubrasky
    Where does a mother start with losing a child? How can I explain the horrific grief? One instant he is here, and the next he is gone from this earth to another plane, the other side or heaven as us mortals call it. I have to believe he is in heaven with his grandparents; his cousin, Jesse; aunts & uncles and his best friends Tommy and Drew.
  • Patchwork

    by Carol Wilson-Mack
    “Patchwork” represents the stories and lives of women living in rural Bamberg, South Carolina during a time period of approximately 1939-1959. These God-centered women created an atmosphere that allowed the participants to help their families. Quilting was their point of focus; however this activity provided an opportunity to share their challenging stories. Patchwork encourages us to find a way to bridge the gap between generations by sharing helpful information through conversation. Both gro... more
  • Put Me in the River

    by Sevda Khatamian
    Put Me in the River is a selective series of events and thoughts narrated by a traveler wandering from point one to the rest. The bags are moving along, keeping good company. The gray backpack, the tall blue one, the small brown suitcase, with the funky red. And the Tanzender rucksack which is never left behind.
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