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  • Confession of a Refugee

    by Z. George Mesko, M.D.
    The “leitmotiv” of this “confession” is the misfortune of a young physician, who with his family (children of 2 and 5 years old) finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. On August 21st, 1968, the day of the invasion of the Red Army of USSR into Czechoslovakia - under cover of the night, he was in Yugoslavia on his way home from his vacation on the Adriatic. He, as a refugee, had to overcome incredible odds to get to the USA, the country of his hope and freedom.
  • Infatuation

    by Nannette Elizabeth Riegel
    Infatuation is the true-life story as told by the author from her heart and life experiences. Lies, deceits, sexual fantasies and encounters, despair, adultery, abortions, and infatuations are just some of what you will experience as she grows up right before your very eyes. Losing the love of her life because she did not know how to love with her heart. Married to a man that she no longer wants and does not know how to get out of the situation. Causing such heartache for everyone she touches. H... more
  • A Lifetime of Grouse and Woodcock Hunting with English Setters

    by Rodger Lundell
    Interest in bird dogs was planted as a seed in Rodger Lundell when he saw his first grouse flush at age five. From the mid-1940s to present, grouse and woodcock hunting has served as his major diversion on a year-round basis, hunting in season and developing his English setters, which includes continuous conditioning. A Lifetime of Grouse and Woodcock Hunting celebrates the great joy of spending time in the outdoors and hunting wildlife, especially with English setters.
  • Hands Within the Battle

    by Minnie P. Stewart
    After experiencing and observing many years of visible and invisible racism, Minnie P. Stewart knew she needed to speak the truth. She and her family, like so many others, had been privately holding onto their family history. This memoir is telling and reflecting on her family as they faced racism and oppression; and the help they gave and received from others as they themselves strived to serve others. Stewart wrote Hands within the Battle to preserve her family history. It will draw readers ... more
  • Fear Less: An Agoraphobic's Journey Out of Mental Purgatory

    by Shawna Baca
    Fear Less: An Agoraphobic’s Journey Out of Mental Purgatory intimately chronicles her downward spiral into debilitating panic attacks and agoraphobia that began on Shawna's twenty-first birthday; a mental illness that sequestered her inside of her home for over a year. When Western medicine failed, her Apache/Yaqui mother took her to the Pala Indian reservation to see a Medicine Man, who cured her that night in a sweatlodge ceremony, which was nothing short of a modern day exorcism. That was the... more
  • The Stewardess Chronicle, Volume 1: A Cautionary Tale

    by Romonia Jean
    From the occasional hookup sessions with professional athletes to placing black coffee on the tray tables of Hollywood's most controversial stars while living life in her twenties--Romonia doesn't hold back in her juicy tell-all book. The memoir of an airline stewardess who is spilling all the tea! Romonia shares her inflight experiences at 38,000 feet. When hit with a tragedy that causes a financial setback, this airline stewardess works hard for the money by securing side jobs as a nightclub s... more
  • The Stewardess Chronicle

    by Romonia Jean
    Greetings, This book chronicles the spiritual journey of a young, single airline stewardess whose life is filled with lots of emotionally unavailable professional athletes, family drama, celebrity work flights, and the reality of society’s social status. From the occasional hookup sessions with professional athletes to placing black coffee on the tray tables of Hollywood's most controversial stars while living life in her twenties--Romonia doesn't hold back in her juicy t... more
  • Norfolk Chronicles - A Treasury of Tales, Sightings and Vignettes

    by Phil Brown

    Childhood adventures in the countryside are the foundation for an uncommon rural perspective on what's yet to come. The fact of growing up can sober us up if we aren't careful. Norfolk Chronicles provides a feast of stories from the woods, the fields, and the back alleys of small town living, mixed together with the discoveries and conclusions made as adults in urban life. The situations we find ourselves in are comical; our actions and reactions revealing. Norfolk Chronicles has the ... more

  • J. Blanton Belk

    by J. Blanton Belk
    Encouraged by his grandchildren and others to document his story, Belk embarks on this recounting of his many adventures with his Southern childhood, his influential grandfather and father. There were a few pranks along the way. Belk recounts his military days, how he met and married his soul mate, Betty Wilkes, and the striking list of world leaders who influenced him (and in turn were influenced themselves). As a young man, he befriended Black leaders Charles Preston Howard, Dr. Martin Luther ... more
  • To Mom and Dad with love

    by HARRY KUPERBERG
    The adventures of my Mother and Father during the Holocaust.
  • Surrender

    by Marylee MacDonald
    Her young life changed in an instant. Now she shares her story with the child she gave away. Adopted at birth, Marylee’s parents told her she was a “chosen child.” She tried her hardest to make them proud. But her grandmother’s death and parents’ ugly divorce sent her into the comforting arms of a handsome Catholic boy. Although theirs was the love story of all time, she feared for her soul. Unfortunately, it was 1971. Pregnant girls were sent away and their babies surrendered for adoption... more
  • Life is a Series of Unexpected Interruptions: The Untold Real-Life Story of How One Bad Decision Destroyed a Multimillionaire's

    by Clark East
    Read Clark East’s journey, the untold real-life story of how one bad decision destroyed his multimillionaire lifestyle. This is his story of the road back to god, faith, and love. His poor choices ultimately guided him to discover what is truly important in life. Our mistakes do not define us. Learning from them and changing our decisions and actions are what define us. Choices in his past were all based on fear. Fear led Clark to the emotional and irrational decisions he made every time he ... more
  • Soaring to New Heights

    by Warren Rice
    Soaring to New Height is a testimonial about a man and his faith in God. From his birth to College, Warren M Rice tells of his years of trusting God when things seem impossible, but become possible by faith in God. Brain damage from birth rejected in school as a child and told. "He will never make anything of his life" he overcame.
  • Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters

    by Kara Goldin
    Don’t let anyone crush your dreams! Whatever you want to achieve, no matter how hard it might seem, you owe it to yourself to read this book. Undaunted will inspire you to move past your fears and defy the doubters. It doesn’t matter whether you feel confident; it matters what you actually do. Author Kara Goldin turned her unsweetened flavored water into one of the most successful beverage businesses of our time and has been named one of InStyle’s Badass 50, Fast Company’s Most Creative People... more
  • HELP! I Married a Comedian

    by Carolyn V. Hamilton
    There's a fine line between comedy and cruelty, and this intimate and quirky memoir invites readers into Carolyn V. Hamilton's tumultuous world of marriage to stand-up comedian, Cork Proctor, a Las Vegas comedy legend.Every relationship contains a his version and her version of events, and Carolyn is clear that this is her version of her life and marriage. In this powerful memoir, she chronicles her experiences of love and world travel with her husband, balancing her career as a graphic designer... more

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