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  • Walking in Circles: Finding Happiness in Lost Japan

    by Todd Wassel

    Lost between worlds. A 750-mile walk through Japan. A life that will never be the same.

    Todd Wassel fled a normal life just after university. Over half a decade later he’s lost in Japan, unable to go home but unwilling to give up. Convinced there was more to life, he risks everything to return to the one place he found answers years before: the ancient Shikoku Henro pilgrimage. Walking the 750-mile henro path, sleeping outside each night, Todd is armed w... more

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    by P.J. Cratty
    The book is a recap of my 44 years in the newspaper business, where I served in every possible position, from obit writer to managing editer, over my career at 13 different newspapers in five different states (Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Texas and New Mexico) My primary focus is on what I believe is one of the reasons print journalism is a quickly dying industry.
  • Jesus in My Corner

    by Andrew Flute
    Jesus in My Corner, written by Andy Flute, chronicles his struggle to overcome a myriad of life-long challenges with violence and alcohol. For over 30 years, violence and alcohol were Andy's daily bread until, one day, by the power of prayer, he managed to achieve what no amount of alcohol or prison incarceration could ever achieve. When he was at the point of death, intoxicated with alcohol following a ten-day binging session, I went to see my old mate and prayed for him with Pastor Steve. Andy... more
  • Train of Thought: Travel Essays from a One-Track Mind

    by Linda M. Au
    Put an introverted writer on a long-distance train trip for the first time... alone. Watch her travel across the country for two weeks with little more than a backpack and a laptop. Watch her come home with a travelogue filled with a little awe, a little wonder, and a lot of weirdness.
  • The Coach's Widow: A Young Wife's Journey through Grief

    by Alexis Pacheco
    THE COACH'S WIDOW: A Young Wife's Journey through Grief A perfect marriage. A young husband with a budding career. A single phone call that stunned a newlywed wife and a small Arkansas community. At twenty-seven, Alexis McMahan’s life had finally molded itself into perfection until the call that ended it all and forced her to start over. Through Christ, Alexis and Jorre McMahan had overcome tumultuous circumstances while they dated, leading Jorre to become a football coach. Bonded tog... more
  • The Broker: Deals, Steals and Moving Forward

    by D. Sidney Potter
    The Broker chronicles the authors' career as a commercial real estate broker working in downtown Los Angeles in the mid-nineties. It makes The Flip, the authors first book look like a walk in the park; given its graphic details of broker deals gone bad, TRO’s, race relations, title chicks & topless bars, jail time, drinking binges, and all out yell feasts with fellow brokers (Blacks, Jews, Persians and Asians alike). The author is a former Nina Blanchard/Ford Model raised in a biracial family. I... more
  • Broken: How the Broken Mental Health System Leads to Broken Lives and Broken Hearts

    by Linda Comac
    The first section of the book tells the story of the author's son who died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs. Psychiatrists after psychiatrist failed to diagnose PTSD but wrote one prescription after another for a variety of suspected conditions. When the young man developed a serious back problem, opioids were added to the mix—a ticking time bomb if ever there was one. The second section relates the author's horrific experience when she was incarcerated in a mental hospital fol... more
  • Another's Basketball

    by Dominique. T. jenkins
    H h h...ELLO , As of today its typical ; for now .Well I came off as discreet And hope that my test comes back negative :any purpose really. On the nicer side I am on the Pill to help the growth, steady. But I do take up church my will is Courage Strength and Other.... i just Parents are known to take up for their kids right. Although 2 Corinthians 3:17, shows the works ,am I just on vacation from the romance or do germs continue of solid soulmate hopes. i am Single not really that type; vocalis... more
  • Above and Beyond: Life of an Alaskan Aviator and Voyager

    by Jack Hodges
    How does a boy from Virginia end up capturing bald eagles in Alaska, counting caribou in Siberia, and piloting the only American float plane to conduct wildlife surveys in Russia? How does tragedy lead him to become the first person to pedal a watercraft from Seattle to Alaska?
  • The Black Umbrella

    by Burhanulhaq Brula
    Life could not have been simpler in the small Indian village of Lakhowal--until all hell broke loose with the partition of the Indo-Pak subcontinent. In this gripping true story, a mother is forced to flee the village of her ancestors with her baby or risk being counted among the hundreds of thousands of deaths throughout the country. Faced with betrayal, chaos, and vulnerability, she is left with no option but to make the ultimate sacrifice.
  • Positive Affirmation: Fear No More

    by Anne Marie Herman
    From drawing a map of a remembered neighborhood to writing from old notebooks, brochures, to composing open letters that reveal the power of your own voice, author Anne Marie Herman, who has written Anne Marie’s Family Favorite Recipes with a Caribbean Twist, offers innovative techniques that will trigger ideas for all writers of creative nonfiction.
  • A Korean War Odyssey

    by Tom Gormley
    The picture of the young soldier with the ears sticking out graced my mother-in-law’s kitchen forever. When asked, she would reply that her younger brother Donnie disappeared during the Korean War at the tender age of eighteen. In 2010, my wife, Sandy, and I set out to discover what happened to Corporal Donald Matney and to bring him home. Our journey took us to Washington, DC; Seoul, Korea; and many places in between. But slowly, carefully, step-by-step, we reconstructed the short life of Sandy... more
  • Whoa, Whoa, Whoa

    by E. P. Gold
    I did a full 180! It’s been totally crazy & incredible, if I think about the way that I was, has it all changed me? Yes definitely! But look at how I ended up!
  • The Farang, the Gora, and the Gwai Lo

    by Tamir Kobrin
    In today’s world, where cultures and peoples get the opportunity to interact through the globalization of expatriate work, the author captures not only the unique senses and feeling of each destination that he has experienced, but also provides in-depth insight into the nuances that enable a foreigner to manage effectively in a foreign country. The unique element of the luxury hotel business adds a sense of drama and excitement to what it takes to be a successful hotel general manager. The autho... more
  • The Accidental Caregiver Part II: Saying Yes to a World Without Maria Altmann

    by Gregor Collins
    After publishing his memoir about caring for Holocaust survivor Maria Altmann during the last three years of her life, actor Gregor Collins thought that was the end of the story. Little did he know, losing Maria and sharing her with the world through his book was just the beginning. The Accidental Caregiver, Part 2 chronicles a new journey, one that Collins embarked on just as accidentally as he did the first. With his unplanned sequel, he shares with readers how his life was once again transfo... more
  • How to Become an Ambassador: An American Foreign Service Odyssey

    by Thomas Armbruster
    You know that student ready to take on the world but not sure how. This book is a roadmap for anyone interested in the U.S. Foreign Service. Ambassador Armbruster believes in long shots. That's his message to the next generation of diplomats. President Obama nominated him to be Ambassador to the Marshall Islands, a little country with big issues. Marine resources, climate change, the nuclear testing legacy... it was a great assignment. Ambassador Armbruster encourages young people, particularly ... more