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  • Lost Dreams

    by T. R. Robinson
    After years of abuse, endless struggles and, through no fault of her own, many failures, this gentle woman decides a change of lifestyle may be for the best. Several relocations, both within her adopted England and back to her homeland, eventually follow. Nevertheless, many ‘challenges’ continue to trouble her and yet again, her historic naivety and innocence are taken advantage of. She faces the potential of being shot, knifed and cut into pieces and has encounters with her homeland’s native wi... more
  • Negative Beauty

    by T. R. Robinson
    Having gained her freedom from an abusive situation this naïve woman looked forward to a peaceful and contend life with her young son. But life, lust and fate had other ideas. Besides the hardships of single parenthood when it was socially unacceptable she had to also endure continuing unwanted attention from both men and women. Lesbian violence, pimp intimidation, rampant jealousy, gunman, love, lust, homelessness, financial difficulties and a host of other situations led to several serious sui... more
  • Tears of Innocence

    by T. R. Robinson
    At the age of five this young girl suffered a loss which was to have a massive impact upon the rest of her life. Her innocence, loving nature and incredible naivety combined with her natural beauty where taken advantage of by family and strangers. After escaping from attempted sexual abuse she falls into the hands of an occupying force who torture and violate her and leave her for dead. Rescued by a local family she is ultimately, after many hardships, restored to her relatives through whom she ... more
  • SAINT UNSHAMED: A GAY MORMON'S LIFE--Healing From the Shame of Religion, Rape, Conversion Therapy & Cancer To Find My True Self

    by Kerry Ashton
    The first paragraph of Kerry Ashton's new memoir explains a lot: “I told this story once as fiction in the 1980s, but this time I tell the truth. I even tell the truth, in #MeToo fashion, about being violently raped by another man when I was 18, with a knife held to my throat—a secret I kept from everyone, including myself, for over 40 years. The rape, like other experiences I endured while a student at Brigham Young University, where I came out in the early 1970s, had a profound impact ... more
  • My Pashtun Rabbi: A Jew's Search for Truth, Meaning, and Hope in the Muslim World

    by David Eden
    Sometimes a chance encounter can change your life forever. Rarely is it with someone so different and from such a dissimilar world. Even scarcer still is when it touches your heart and soul, and becomes weaved into your life's fabric. But that's what happened when an expat Pashtun taxi driver from North Waziristan picked up an expat American Jewish journalist the evening before his first class. Could it be insha'Allah, "God's will," that brought these two disparate souls together? Or was it bes... more
  • Alzheimer's with My Mother, Eilleen

    by Jim Dicke II
    This book is a candid look at what the Alzheimer's sufferer's family can expect. No two stories are precisely the same, but this is a story about the course of symptoms and the disease more than it is a story of Eilleen's life. When she posed in 1994 for the portrait by Nelson Shanks shown on the cover of this book, family could already see in her expression the early signs of her confusion years before the formal diagnosis was made defining her final years. Alzheimer's is a terrible illness.... more
  • Dust Bunnies: A Memoir

    by tommy womack
    Part memoir, part journey through the center of Tommy Womack’s brilliant and battle-scarred mind, dust bunnies is rollicking, hair-raising, tear-jerking, gasp-inducing, charming, disturbing, blush-worthy, and damned funny. A long-awaited but well-worth-the-wait read, dust bunnies is uninhibited, unvarnished, unapologetic, and un-put-downable. Zipping back in forth in time—from childhood to waking up in jail, from memories of dad and high school to trying to find the gig in Boston, from a cupca... more
  • Walk-On Warrior: Drive, Discipline, and the Will to Win

    by John Willkom
    A season at Marquette. A summer with Rick Majerus. An inspiring quest to stay connected to the game. Small town. Undersized. Not enough talent. John Willkom heard it all as a young basketball player growing up in rural Wisconsin. Despite the odds, John dedicated his life to the game, an arduous journey that challenged the very core of even the most disciplined. As John's hard work lands him amongst basketball's elite, it is the workouts, the people, and the behind-the-scenes interactions t... more
  • Out of the Lion's Den

    by Susan Mattern

    The mountain lion came out of nowhere, grabbed a little girl by the head, and they were gone. Out of the Lion's Den is the true story of five-year-old Laura Small's attack in Orange County, California park. But it is not only the story of Laura's long recovery from brain injuries. Her parents soon realized that the attack wasn't just the result of the lone mountain lion. Early morning anonymous phone calls, erasures on police reports, and a California moratorium on ki... more

  • Surviving the Firehouse

    by Mauro Porcelli
    Surviving the Firehouse is a work of non-fiction and an educational work by author Mauro Porcelli, who gives his real life experiences over in the self-described ‘A Rookie's Guide to Surviving the Firehouse and Fire Department Life. After twenty-five years of experience in this field, Porcelli appreciates the severe impact that the initial demands of firefighting work have on the young and the new to the profession, often ending their careers before they have really begun. In this collection of ... more
  • Searching for My Heart: Essays about Love

    by Dawn Downey

         You’re not alone. Hollow words, if you’re smiling through the day, but feeling left out. Dawn Downey explores the loneliness that lies beneath the surface of her relationships. Yoga class, church pew, or nature trail—she navigates isolation and inclusion to gain the self-awareness that leads to love. A book for anyone who longs for connection.


  • Shamaron: Dog Devoted

    by Tammie Rogers
    Echoing the ambiance of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small, Shamaron – Dog Devoted is an amazing story. From her third-floor apartment in Chicago’s concrete jungle, Rogers begins her partnership with Shamaron, a Border Collie she never knew she wanted. After a single herding lesson and all the mud, criticism and sheep dung it involved a desire was sown to train her new dog for herding trials. A decade later and numerous triumphs and disappointing set-backs, she realizes that t... more
  • Life After: My Year From Starvation to Salvation: A True Story

    by Ariana Aboulafia
    When Ariana Aboulafia was twenty-two years old, she was told that she had six weeks left to live. This terrifying moment, however, did not come from thin air - rather, it was the result of months and months of misdiagnoses and ignorance from several physicians, who turned away her pleas for help until it was nearly too late. LIFE AFTER is the story of Aboulafia's quest for a diagnosis, her harrowing recollection of the frantic and excellent work done by the physicians who saved her life and, mos... more
  • Kids, Camels & Cairo

    by Jill Dobbe
    At sunrise each morning, I peeled my eyes open the second I heard the call to prayer resound through the air. At 7:00 A.M., I walked out to a rare quiet Cairo street and waited for the van to pick me up. Climbing onto the van, I found a seat alongside other Muslim and foreign teachers, where I was one of only a few not wearing hijab. It was Sunday morning and another Islamic week of disciplining rich, apathetic students, was about to begin. Traveling across the globe to work in an internation... more
  • Only in India: Adventures of an International Educator

    by Jill Dobbe
    Travel along with two international educators who take the leap and move to Gurgaon, India, to become principals at an Indian/International school. Excited by the opulent marble hallways and the grandness of the school, they quickly learn it lacks even the most basic supplies, like chalkboard erasers. The couple, however, make a go of it and ultimately adjust to the dizzying day-to-day life of Indian society where sacred cows stop for red lights, women wear glittery saris while planting rice, an... more