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  • TRUDGE A Midlife Crisis on the John Muir Trail

    by Loari Oliver-Tierney
    Lori Oliver-Tierney is every woman with a dream. She is fifty, asthmatic, overweight, with arthritic knees. And like many woman with children she's lost herself. When she decides to hike the John Muir Trail, considered by many to be the most c challenging part of the 2,650 mile Pacific Coast rail, she hopes it will help her reconnect with the adventurous girl inside her. Things don't go as planned and she gets lost on the trail, deals with monstrous bleeding blisters, constipation, and a hiking ... more
  • Soaring Above the Ashes: Thriving Beyond Childhood Sexual Abuse

    by Emily Samuelson, PhD
    It is possible to thrive after sexual abuse, not merely survive. In “Soaring Above the Ashes” men and women from around the country tell their stories of healing from sexual abuse. They are free of shame. They have transformed their suffering into strength, wisdom and compassion. Their photos show proud and determined faces from diverse ethnicities and races. Dr. Samuelson knows the terrain as a survivor and a guide. She is a psychologist who has specialized in treating trauma for over 35 y... more
  • Movie booking

    by reema joy

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  • A Dream for Peace

    by Dr. Ghoulem Berrah
    The French readers have already embraced Un Rêve Pour La Paix published by les Editions de l’Archipel, 2018 in Paris, France. A Dream for Peace, is the English version of this very rich and captivating life story paved with many bumps, twists and turns, multiples lives in one life. Freedom fighter for the Independence of Algeria, American man of Science, lecturer at the Yale School of Medicine, Ambassador, Emissary of President Houphouët-Boigny of Côte d’Ivoire. His Excellency Dr. Ghoulem B... more
  • My Nana's Voice: An Irish Girls' Journey from Maiden to Mother to Crone

    by Alicia McMahon
    On the cover of my book sits a spiraling Celtic symbol, “The Triskle.” This Symbol evokes the Druidic Threefold Mother Goddess, it represents the stages in a woman’s life, which all derive from one center: It is known as The Maiden, The Mother and The Crone. My Crone voice has miraculously guided me throughout my life’s journey. On that journey, over two continents, I have found myself in scary and life-wrenching situations over which I have had no control. And in turn, having had to m... more
  • Sad Girl, Bad Girl, and I

    by Barbara Carter
    The contents of this book consist of poetry that I wrote while in my teen years and current pencil drawings combined with those poems. At the age of fifteen, I started writing poems as a release from my inner pain. Having no one in my life with whom I could share my deepest feelings, it was only through putting words on paper that I could find a sense of comfort and release. Much of what I’ve written has been lost over the years, but I managed to hold on to some of what I considered my “better... more
  • Loose Gravel: memoir running from grief (Barbara by the Bay) (Volume 3)

    by Barbara Carter
    This book is not just about… A girl breaking the law, losing her virginity, and leaving home. It’s really about… a girl trying to outrun grief. In 1975, sixteen-year-old Barbara Langille faces a long, sad, lonely summer without her boyfriend, Will. She waits for a letter from him, some word that shows he still cares. On antidepressants, and hoping the pills will prevent another breakdown, she believes she’s on solid ground, but will soon find that she’s really on LOOSE GRAVEL. He... more
  • Balancing Act: Memoir of a teenage breakdown (Barbara by the Bay)

    by Barbara Carter
    In the 1970s, outside the town of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada, Barbara Ann is thirteen, going into grade seven and starting a new school. She wants what most other teenage girls want: the right hair, the right clothes, the right friends, the right boyfriend, and everything else that leads to love and happiness. Innocence allows Barbara Ann to believe that it’s all easily within her grasp. The only obstacle standing in her way is her over-controlling mother. She must fight and push aga... more
  • Floating in Saltwater: Memoir: A Young Girl's Search for Answers

    by Barbara Carter
    A young girl in a house filled with so many feels lost and alone. By observing those around her she fears for her future and what her mother wants her to become. She must sort out what to believe in, whom to trust and how to find love and happiness. Hope is offered by meeting people in a nearby rental property, people unlike others in her neighbourhood: hippies, artists, girls from the city, a black man, and a rock-and-roll band.
  • Being Here: Reflections on Life, Love, Faith, and Turning Thirty

    by Lindsey Brunette
    What if you lived your entire life by the plan you'd laid out when you were thirteen years old? Being Here: Reflections on Life, Love, Faith, and Turning Thirty tells one woman's journey from living the life she had planned to learning to live each day to the fullest. A no-holds-barred look at author, Lindsey Brunette's, story of recovery from her own demons, it asks the question, "Who am I if I am not..." This compelling memoir looks deeply at faith, divorce, self-identity, and the idea that we... more
  • Ocean Metaphor: Unexpected Life Lessons from the Sea

    by Cathryn Castle Garcia
    Ocean Metaphor:Unexpected Life Lessons from the Sea s a collection of stunning underwater imagery, interesting marine life facts and insightful life lessons aimed at helping us all relate to the underwater world in a meaningful way.
  • Walking The Fences

    by Pete Critelli
    A portal into how family, dogs, ranching, and the people of south central Montana work hard, and enjoy family, written in a descriptive short-story narrative that seats the reader right at that table with the extra place setting.
  • To Kiss the Blarney Stone

    by Kate Curry
    Autism-it's a spectrum, this story is not of recovery but of hard work and instilling that abiltiy to advocate into the child you are helping. It is a survival guide for those that are lost in the maze of the process. This is my son's journey as I remembered it, but he also shares his thoughts throughout the book. My child who never uttered sounds for so long, graduated college. I made mistakes along the way, but never lost hope. In the entaglement of your life, you have to hold on for one more ... more
  • Snake in the Grass

    by T. R. Robinson
    Earlier doubts are slowly subjugated by apparent sympathetic consideration. But, had it all been a deception? Can we truly trust? Can we really believe? Can we? A cautionary tale based upon true events.
  • Mixed Blessings (a brief family memoir)

    by Karen Minard
    The L.A. Times ran a front page story on Brian Minard after his ex-wife removed their children from him back in the late 1970s. But it was only told from his perspective. This memoir tells what happened after that event and from the mom's point-of-view. Nowadays mixed-race couples are almost the norm, but back then such was not the case, especially when the mom is a black woman from Detroit and the dad is a white lad from Liverpool, England.
  • Unwitting Mystic

    by Mary Reed
    This story is a rare journey from Washington, DC to India and into otherworldly realms in the company of God, Jesus, Buddha and a woman with no previous interest in, or understanding of, spiritual teachings. This transcendent story goes beyond the conflict-driven borders of human experience to offer hope in the promise that the ever-increasing willingness to resurrect one’s own divinity is resurrecting a new love-driven consciousness throughout the world.