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  • Slaves to the Rhythm

    by Terry Connell
    A recollection of growing up gay in the Philadelphia suburbs and a love story set amid the HIV/AIDS crisis of the early 1990s. An engrossing and unsparing look at a grueling journey of commitment and acceptance.
  • Waxing Pathetic

    by Merry Clark
    Reviewers have called this work a humorous feminist memoir so I guess that’s what it is. But it’s really just the story of what it’s like to be a female in America and go through various pathetic phases of life. Yes so I guess that would be a humorous feminist memoir. Of course there is a section addressing politics and economics—not at all dry, but rather sort of like a hurricane of words describing the end of civilization as we knew it.
  • Education

    by The MD House India
  • BLIND PONY As True A Story As I Can Tell

    by Samantha Hart

    When your mother names you after your father's mistress, you might wish you were living someone else's life. For Samantha Hart, growing up on a farm in rural Pennsylvania had been no childhood idyll but rather a violent, surreal nightmare. A twisted vision of pastoral life part Faulkner part Dante. At fourteen years old, she ran away in search of her father, a character she only knew as Wild Bill. Discovering he wasn't the hero she dreamt he'd be, Sam was on her own. Arri... more

  • American Runaway: Black and Free in Paris in the Trump Years

    by Audrey Edwards
    An African-American journalist of a certain age and experience swore she would leave the country if Donald Trump was elected President. He was. And she did. Bolting for Paris, the city-love of her life. In this engaging memoir, a sharpshooting cultural critic takes aim at America in its twilight—the Trump Years—from a city that has historically allowed Black Americans the freedom to just BE!
  • Happy Father's Day

    by Virginia Madison
    Happy Father's Day, by first-time author Virginia Madison, is available for Father's Day 2020. An easy read, this book will touch anyone who has experienced a close bond with a loved one. The descriptive writing transports the reader into each scene and you feel that you are there experiencing the events and emotions in person.
  • East Of The Hudson A Guide To New England

    by Michael Boyajian
    A travel guide to the historic and literary sites of New England
  • The People We Wanted to Forget

    by Michael G. Harpold
  • Border and Soul: Journey Along the Pyrenees

    by Garry McDougall
    Travel the French-Spanish border from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic. Meet its towns, landscape and peoples. The author of Damn! now traverses the Pyrenees using only public transport. Is he mad? It’s travel on the edge, with intelligence, perplexity and humour. And it all started so well…
  • Damn!

    by Garry McDougall
    The Creative Journey Across Spain. In a comic remake of Homer's Odyssey, the author’s three-hundred kilometre pilgrimage walk from Leon to Santiago de Compostela is packed with personal foibles, sharp observations and tales of his numerous journeys through France, Spain and Portugal. Lurching from grand Spanish town to village ruins, the poet’s creative Gods compete with the inner Mr Grumpy, Optimiste and B. Reasonable. It is vigorous writing by a sharp and fearless mind. I dare you to read i... more
  • Strange Cases and Wild Tales

    by Lewis M. Ress
    Strange Cases and Wild Tales presents real case histories and true stories related to the law practice and experiences of a creative Florida attorney reaching out over sixty years. There's more than meets the eye.
  • Tibetan Rescue: The Extraordinary Quest to Save the Sacred Art Treasures of Tibet

    by Pamela Logan
    The cultures and artifacts of Tibet, like those of other remote indigenous societies, are under siege by the relentless modern world. The fate of monasteries in Tibet has been a subject of concern to many in the West; but until Tibetan Rescue little specific information had been published. As president of an NGO that brings foreign aid into Tibet, Pamela Logan brings a first-hand account of her journey through Tibet, as she evolved from solo traveler to expedition leader. Her mission: to save th... more
  • Among Warriors: A Woman Martial Artist in Tibet

    by Pamela Logan
    The province of Kham is one of the remotest regions in all of Tibet, and its people, the fierce horsemen who for twenty-five years wages a relentless guerrilla war against the Chinese occupation, the most elusive. In Among Warriors, Pamela Logan, a recognized expert in the martial arts, gives a breathtaking account of her journey across the windswept plateaus and icy mountain passes of eastern Tibet to find them.
  • Casino Chronicle: How I Recovered from Injurious Employment Practices-So Can You!

    by Pascale Batieufaye

    Casino Chronicle is the story of how one man contributed a number of visionary ideas that the casino he worked for used to grow its business and add comforts to its customers. This should be a story about great success for the writer and his employer, but unfortunately it is not. This memoir is also the chronicle of how the author’s ideas were stolen, under the guise of an “employee suggestion program,” then he was marginalized, his sanity questioned, and then ultimately pus... more

  • FUNDING PROJECTS IN THE THIRD WORLD - Hidden secrets revealed

    by Karamba Bayo
    This comprehensive book with no doubt the first of its kind is daring to offer itself as a practical kind of handout for whoever is planning sooner or later to initiate or fund any type of socio-development project in the third world and particularly in Africa.
  • The Carver's Daughter: A Memoir

    by Kari Jo Spear
    Growing up as the only child of a woodcarver with a passion for birds was strange enough. But when I acquired a sibling, life got weird—considering that sibling was a museum. The milestones of my childhood involved hiking through bogs, snipping foliage out of aluminum pie pans, driving an opinionated tractor, and handing out pamphlets as a child activist. Through it all was my father, Bob Spear, a force of nature disguised as a quiet man. He created the Birds of Vermont Museum through vision ... more