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  • Weirdo 2.0

    by Christopher Wheat
    Feeling bullied at work? Wondering if HR is talking behind your back? I’ve walked in your shoes! This volume as additional material about autism and other disorders. This story chronicles my experience with a harsh boss who wanted me out. If you are a worker, teacher, parent or disabled person, I’ll give you the best options for dealing with this problem. I’ll let you know what worked and what failed. I know how you feel! My situation was so bad I almost lost my house, all because my job wan... more
  • Ally

    by Madison Scott-Clary
    ally is an ergodic, arborescent, semiautobiographical work about identity, mental health, spirituality, and the mutability of the past. A lot of the information contained within is real, some of it isn’t. Each page is structured as a conversation between myself and my ally, a mirror reflection of myself. Based off the interactive project at, this book explores different facets of my life — some true, some embellished, some wholly fictitious — in a non-linear fashion, using color, page-la... more
  • My Assignment Help

    by John Brick
    I have been working as a full-time academic consultant for last seven years. I am dedicatedly working at MyAssignmentHelpAu to help students with their entire academic writing requirements. I offered writing help to the students who are struggling with their academic writing tasks. I possess good writing and researching skills and thus I am liable to provide the best My Assignment Help scholastic guidance to the students.
  • Charming Impossibles: How Ordinary Angels Help Free the Hopelessly Stuck

    by Susan E Foster
    How do you escape the abusers in your life? Why is leaving them behind while moving forward so difficult? "I call them 'CHARMING IMPOSSIBLES'––charm is their deceptive invisible mask and convincing lure. Impossible to satisfy is their secret weapon or intentional method of manipulation and control." ––Susan E Foster SUSAN E FOSTER DELIVERS HOPE, INSPIRATION AND ENLIGHTENMENT TO SOCIAL, COMMUNITY & CULTURAL ISSUES In this very revealing book, author Susan E Foster shares her personal... more
  • Nuyorican: Growing up in Brooklyn

    by Nilda I Cortes
    Nuyorican: Growing up in Brooklyn is a memoir that tells the intriguing story of Puerto Rican-American, Nilda I. Cortes and her experiences as a Spanish speaking student in the American public school system and the challenges of overcoming racism while growing up in Brooklyn. Nuyorican chronicles Nilda's chaotic love life, overcoming abuse, financial turmoil, and other devastating losses she experienced as a single parent. Nilda rises to a successful career through determination and wit, becomin... more
  • Wherever the Road Leads

    by Kathryn Lang-Slattery
    Wherever the Road Leads is a memoir of love, travel, and food spanning two years and four continents. A pair of newlyweds meet the rigors of travel and the ups and downs of married life in a Volkswagen microbus that continually needs repair.
  • Be More Dog: Learning to Live in the Now

    by Jim Nelson
    Many people dream of a magic reset button to change their circumstances and create a happier existence. What they don’t realize is that life provides many opportunities to change direction, but few heed signs showing the way. Jim Nelson and Rene Agredano’s sign came when their heart dog Jerry lost a leg to bone cancer. His time was running out, and they had to make the most of it. They sold nearly everything they owned, bought a RV and made Jerry a promise: “Stay with us long enough, and we’l... more
  • The World's Luckiest S#!* Magnet

    by Geoffrey Engels
    Al Capp was a cartoonist who drew a strip called “Lil Abner” One of the characters in the strip was Joe Btfsplk. Joe was well meaning, but was constantly followed around by a black cloud that brought misfortune and chaos everywhere he went. This is the story of a guy, who, like Joe, was followed by misadventure and misfortune, yet managed to not only survive, but end up very lucky. Actually, he was lucky to survive! Written with a sense of humor, you’ll find yourself chuckling on o... more
  • All of Me: a collection of oral biographies

    by James Porteous
    James Porteous has been collecting stories for as long as he can remember. Perhaps collecting is the wrong word. People have always loved sharing their stories and he has always enjoyed listening. And taking notes. So think of this collection as an anti-memoir memoir, a fictional version of Studs Terkel's Working. Some of the stories are his, some are culled from chats with people along the way and others are complete fiction. This might not be all of me, but it is pretty close.
  • Tripping 1975 - Falling in Love One Country at a Time

    by Marshall Hockett
    Retired Superior Court Judge Marshall Hockett with wife and traveling partner Debbie Hockett are thrilled to announce their upcoming book “Tripping 1975 – Falling in Love One Country at a Time” a love story amidst a year of adventures on their year-long European journey in a yellow Volkswagen van they named “The Banana”. The book will be launched on November 16th -Details soon! Please like our page for updates! Visit our website:
  • A Canyon Trilogy: Life Before, During and After the Cedar Fire

    by Chi Varnado
    The October 2003 Southern California wildfires destroyed nearly eight hundred thousand acres, 3,657 homes, and killed twenty-two people. In San Diego County, the Cedar Fire ravaged vast areas becoming the largest fire on the record in state history. Out of this federal disaster Chi Varnado and her family escaped with their lives from their canyon nestled in San Diego's back country. She worked as owner-builder on a log cabin and was among the minority who managed to rebuild in a little over a ye... more
  • Every Grain of Sand

    by David P Wichman
    Sexual healer and entrepreneur David P. Wichman has lived through it all: childhood abuse, foster care, homelessness, survival sex work, and the blackest pits of drug and alcohol addiction. Despite the darkness, he found a profound sense of purpose as a male escort, but not the type of provider often seen in the news. His approach to sex work transcended common shame-based belief systems as he brought compassionate intimacy to marginalized men, including the elderly, disabled, and traumatized, i... more
  • I couldn't make it up ... if I tried!

    by Cornelia J Glynn
    In this book I have chronicled twelve real life events that delight me even now. The memory of my first encounter with a strange looking fruit called a "banana" still makes me smile and I still chuckle at a school friend's unusual avice on how to cure a common cold and the consequences when I followed it. Thinking of "Truffles" an eccentruc neighbur's potbellied pet pig, makes me laugh out loud What about the time when a neighbiur asked me to keep an eye on her car while was away? I still fee... more
  • What Are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO

    by Mike Lindell

    Far more than a “business memoir,” What Are the Odds? is a raw, authentic account by a man many thought would never rise above his serial, addiction-fueled failures. Mike’s gripping narrative transports readers from his small-town tavern with its colorful cast of “Regulars” to Mexico and a drug deal gone awry. From Las Vegas casinos, where Mike won and lost fortunes as a professional gambler, to a jail-cell beatdown. From failed rehabs to his 2... more

  • Opiate Nation: A Memoir of Love, Loss & Acceptance

    by Jude DiMeglio Trang
    This is a heart-wrenching and honest account of a family’s effort to understand the journey of their son that led to his death from a heroin overdose, and how they dealt with their grief and sadness, their guilt and their anger at themselves, at others, and at God. More than a memoir, “Opiate Nation” is a crisis report. Jude and her husband John found themselves navigating the bewildering new era of bright young adults exposed to opiates before they have even reached the legal age to drink––or d... more