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  • I Can't Believe I Lived the Whole Thing

    by Howie Cohen
    His famous Alka Seltzer TV commercials had the whole world saying, “I can’t believe I ate the whole thing” and “Try it, you’ll like it.” In this fun, fast-paced, and often hilarious memoir, Howie Cohen gives us a front row seat to those amazing revolutionary times: how pot and the pill opened the doors (and everything else) to sexual and creative freedom; the creative takeover by mensch-y Jewish copywriters and macho Italian art directors; the disruption of ad campaigns like “the dumb shoe... more
  • Finding Mother After Five Decades: A Story of Hope

    by Grace LaJoy Henderson

    Grace LaJoy’s determination pays off when she finally finds her mother who abandoned her at age two. Discover the specific details about her intriguing journey in Finding Mother After Five Decades: A Story of Hope. Book 1 of 4 in the Finding Mother Series. Questions inspiring mental health discussion and Questions Teachers Can Ask are included in the back of the book.

  • Who Can I Turn To Now?

    by James Rhoads
    Who Can I Turn to Now, tells the story of my life. I was a troubled child. I was raised by loving alcoholic parents. I was sent to Sunday School where I learned the books of the Bible, but I still always got into trouble. I was sent to live with my grandparents on a farm where I finished High School on the Deans Honor Roll of Scholastic Students. I joined the air force and started drinking. I soon became an alcoholic like my parents. I got married and had two children an this marriage ended afte... more
  • Winter in the City of Light: A search for self in retirement

    by Sue Harper
    “A non-prescriptive walk-with-me guidebook to the often bumpy ride that is life’s much misunderstood third act.” Moira Dann Editor of bestselling Facts&Arguments: Selected Essays from the Globe and Mail (Penguin) What happens • when the sugar-rush of retirement crashes, when the “I can do anything” turns to “Oh, oh, what now?” • when the psychological challenges that come with retirement overwhelm? • when the courage to face the next act fails? Walk with Sue Harper through the streets... more
  • Push the Red Button: when travel is an adventure

    by Van Chesnutt
    Push the Red Button is travel from a quirky, not middle-of-the-road perspective. A humorous travel journal, its purpose is to bring a smile to your face and possibly a laugh or two. Whether it's hiking in Zion Canyon, learning about the peculiarities of Peter the Great or Richard the Lionheart, traveling by train in Italy or experiencing lemoncello for the first time, this book describes the little things that make traveling an adventure.
  • A Time to Remember

    by Terry Bass
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  • LOST LIFE RECOVERED: AN ODYSSEY

    by Dr. S.M. Ghazanfar
    This is the story of an individual, who overcomes almost insurmountable odds, recovers and succeeds. His father, having four daughters, won the demographic lottery: the son was born. When just under 4 years old, his father was murdered by a man who then becomes his step-father. That’s when the orphaned son’s survival struggles—his odyssey—begin. Traumatized and scared, he suffered regular abuse, as did the family. Abandoned at age 10, survival struggles intensify. Foster-homes enabled him to fi... more
  • A Unique Life at Sea

    by Captain Peter Skog
    It was a hot fine day in the middle of November 2003 in the very upper part of the mighty Amazon River in Iquitos Peru where I ended up living for 15 years, when I started to write on this autobiography, realizing that my life at sea had been extremely special in every aspect ever since I started at sea 1963 as a barely 16-year young teenager facing some weird events that would shape me for the rest of my future life at sea, and I was longing to see the real world before I die. Though I was not ... more
  • LEAVE THE LIGHTS ON WHEN YOU GO

    by Janis Ahlenberg
    This is a beautifully written and compelling autobiography, about the emotional complexities of individuals in families, how every child in a family has different parents. When Janis Ahlenberg is twelve, a turn of family events leads to Janis being prematurely pressed out into the world. Many years later—as a mature professional woman who is undergoing the painful dislocation of divorce after having been a wife for thirty years, and a mother—she returns to this family of origin to find that flor... more
  • The Bruises from My Mother's Love

    by Author Danette / Danette King
    This is a story about a little girl by the name of Lunye' Williams. Lunye' suffered physical, mental and sexual abuse by the hands of her own mother and other family members from the time she was a child until she became a teenager. Read how long you will survive the blistering whelps and the blood-filled bruises received from her mother at the age of five till 13 in her seven chapter book from her seven book series as it unfolds. Each book will allow her readers to chime in on how she endured a... more
  • My Beautiful Detour: An Unthinkable Journey from Gutless to Grateful

    by Amy Oestreicher
    What happens when an ordinary teenager has to turn into a warrior just to survive? And can the journey through Post Traumatic Stress Disorder really become an “adventure?” Amy had ambitious plans for college and a Broadway career, until her stomach exploded the week before her senior prom. Months later, she awoke from a coma to learn that she might never be able to eat or drink again. After 28 surgeries and seven years on IV nutrition, her digestive system was miraculously reconstructed and... more
  • Ramblings: of a Baby Boomer wannabe

    by Tom Golden
    There are 135 short stories of childhood mischief, history, adventure, hot rods, romance, heartbreak, suspense, parenting, business advice, the newspaper industry, a puppy and even slot machines. Some of the tales are happy and upbeat while others are quite sad. Your emotions will go up and down like a roller coaster - but all the while you will be thoroughly entertained. It's a crazy Baby Boomer thrill ride: You'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll fall in love with Ramblings of a Baby Boomer wan... more
  • How to Grow in the Realms of the Spirit: Divine Keys to Spiritual Growth

    by Duodu Henry Appiahkorang
    Christianity is a life of the Spirit because the Holy Spirit is the Leader. Every organization has rules and regulation they follow because it serves as a guide. The same principle applies to Christians. There are hidden keys in the Word we must search and apply in our Christian walk because ignorance of these keys allows the enemy to overtake us. The Holy Spirit gave me a revelation to write this book as I was meditating on this scripture. “1 Pet 2:2 As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk ... more
  • Chasing the Invisible: A Doctor's Quest to Abolish the Last Unseen Cancer Cell

    by Thomas Grogan
    Chasing the Invisible combines the suspense of a spy novel with the education and scientific insight of a medical mystery thriller, all wrapped in a dramatic business story. In addition to revealing the detective work of medicine and its impact on physicians and patients, Chasing the Invisible features a colorful cast of Wall Street investment bankers, venture capitalists and the titans of a giant multinational company out to acquire the missing puzzle piece necessary to ensure the next phase of... more
  • Real Life American: A view of the American life

    by Roland O'Brian
    A shocking story, full of hatred, violence, fear, and heartbreak. Never before has the American life been told in such a raw and honest story. This man’s story tells it all. Feel the heartbreak, experience the joys, come along for the journey, and feel the freedom. Real Life American tells the story of life in America for the common man. From trials and tribulations of a rural childhood spoiled by political influence, through the turbulent teenage years while trying to discover who he is, to a f... more
  • Gifting

    by danny philip

    Gift giving is something that should not be a chore. It must come from the heart. When you give gifts, you are giving something willingly without wanting something in return. Making someone feel special is more than enough reason to make you give more especially with the flowers by best florist in dubai. It tells the receiver that you were thinking about them.While it feels good to be on the receiving end, there’s a feeling of self-gratification when you are the one who ... more

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