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  • 3,001 Arabian Days: A Memoir

    by Rick Snedeker
    When I arrived in a desert airstrip in Saudi Arabia as a toddler in 1953, my dad was involved in creating there what would become history's largest and most consequential oil company. I had no idea as I grew up in a unique cocoon. It was simultaneously a breathtakingly exotic yet typically American childhood.
  • Peace and War

    by Thomas Miller
    Thirteen short stories set between the end of WWII and the end of the 20th century and against the backdrop of war and the threat of it that existed constantly during that time period. For more information about this, visit or
  • It's Your World: Think Freely and Express Yourself

    by Xolani Kacela
    Looking for quick, digestible insights about mastering your world? Needing new ideas that can jump start your critical thinking? Discover a fresh perspective on your world that inspires you to craft your own keen views. Break away from old ideas learned from family and friends. Learn to become a trusted influencer. All this awaits you inside this book.
  • Traveling Through North Korea: Adventures in the Hermit Kingdom

    by Stephen Harris

    Stephen Harris is a travel journalist whose yen for exploring places off the beaten path led him to North Korea. He had long wondered what might lie within this most mysterious and controversial of countries that mainstream media outlets attack so fiercely. However, preconceptions could never have prepared him for an experience so unexpected in the Hermit Kingdom!

    Loaded with photos, Traveling Through North Korea promises to entertain and attempts to mitigate an information gap through ... more

  • My 48 Years at Sea: From Deck Boy in Denmark to Captain in America (Revised)

    by Holly Kondras
    We all have a story to tell. Mine is a sea story that started in 1948 when I turned 14 and no further education was available to me. My father gave me two choices: stay home and fish or ship out.
  • Along Came A Soulmate

    by Armenia Jess

    Along Came a Soulmate, the true memoir by Armenia Jess, tells the story of poverty, survival, faith, hope, grit and pure love. Armenia was born in an impoverished village in Southern Mindanao in the Philippines. Her father passed away when she was only twelve years old, her youngest brother who was only nine years old, became the bread winner and supported her education through college. Later on, she met her husband who significantly changed her (and her family’s) life. The book follows Armen... more

  • The End: A Story of Truth

    by Adam Rudolph
    It has been said that happiness comes from within. Yet, no one has ever really elaborated on how to find it there. We are often led to believe we must traverse a dark, treacherous, and seemingly endless maze in order to find that ever-elusive enigma called “happiness” in the infinite expanse that is our soul. When a young man that Adam has known all of his life tries to kill himself, he struggles to understand why. As the young man lies in a hospital bed, his impending death looms over them, ... more
  • New Startup Mindset: Ten Mindset Shifts to Build the Company of Your Dreams

    by Sandra Shpilberg
    Sandra Shpilberg will show you a new way to succeed as an entrepreneur! This provocative startup tale of success exposes Silicon Valley’s startup myths and sets forth a new approach for aspiring and current founders to build companies that make an impact. In New Startup Mindset, Sandra Shpilberg, founder and CEO of Seeker Health, introduces a new mindset for starting and building a successful company. Shpilberg shows that Silicon Valley’s startup formula—a few young male cofounders attempting... more
  • Mystery of the Marie: My Childhood Tragedy That Surfaced a Cold War Secret

    by Teresa Newton-Terres
    In MYSTERY OF THE MARIE, Teresa Newton-Terres delves into the true story of how she was two years old when her father disappeared from the vessel Marie in the waters off Santa Barbara California in 1960. When the Marie vanished, her crew was conducting a covert underwater communications experiment for a Raytheon-related project, which left a lot of questions unanswered. Among the seven men lost, four victims were found and three bodies were never located, including Teresa’s father and an eminent... more
  • Swords and Saints a Doctor's Journey

    There are 72 chapters of stories from the life and medical career of a Navy SEAL - turned doctor - are surprising, riveting, and inspiring. A family physician delivering babies, managing disease and trauma, and dealing with death - discovers new dimensions when he goes to war in Iraq. Treating the military, civilians and their families, “Dr. Bob” experienced tremendous joy, unbearable heartache, and deep gratitude. He shares those emotional experiences in this deeply personal memoir. If you ... more
  • The Light of Other Days

    by Gary Sweeney

    The Light of Other Days is a memoir about growing up in a turbulent household with an anxiety disorder, depression, sensory issues, and introversion while struggling with an absent father and an emotionally-distant stepfather.

    It is also a story about a wonderful relationship between a boy and his great-grandfather, a man who unwittingly filled a parental void in the midst of his own depression.

    Beginning in the blue-collar world of 1970s Philadelphia and ending over two... more

  • Regaining Life's Winding Trail

    by Henry Disney
    An account of an unusual life with poems that reflect on events, people and situations
  • Edie's Last Christmas

    by David Bradshaw
    It all starts with a phone call late on a Saturday evening, a week before Christmas, to inform him that Edie, his mother, has died. This call sets in motion a series of events that are incredible, hilarious and surreal. And all because Edie wanted to donate her body to medical research. David was determined to fulfil his mum’s wishes but, oh, did he have a few words with her along the way! Edie and Eric, David’s parents, were a curious couple. More different two people couldn’t be – Edie ful... more
  • Brave(ish): A Memoir of a Recovering Perfectionist

    by Margaret Davis Ghielmetti
    At forty, Margaret quits her sales job to follow her husband’s hotel career to Paris. She’s setting sail on this adventure with a glass half full of bravery, a well-traveled passport, a journal in which she plans to write her novel, and the mentally engrained Davis Family Handbook of Rules to Live By. Everyone tells Margaret she’s living the dream, but she feels adrift without a professional identity. Desperate to feel productive and valued, she abandons her writing and throws herself into ne... more
  • The North Cape

    by John Brooke
    This book relates a journey by motorbike from the South of France to the North Cape of Norway, a distance of over 4000 kilometres. The detailed maps and photographs which accompany the text allow the reader to share the experiences of the author throughout his travels.
  • The Militia Boy

    by James Palmer
    Autobiography of James Palmer telling his story from 1918 to the end of WWII in 1946.