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  • The Farang, the Gora, and the Gwai Lo

    by Tamir Kobrin
    In today’s world, where cultures and peoples get the opportunity to interact through the globalization of expatriate work, the author captures not only the unique senses and feeling of each destination that he has experienced, but also provides in-depth insight into the nuances that enable a foreigner to manage effectively in a foreign country. The unique element of the luxury hotel business adds a sense of drama and excitement to what it takes to be a successful hotel general manager. The autho... more
  • The Accidental Caregiver Part II: Saying Yes to a World Without Maria Altmann

    by Gregor Collins
    After publishing his memoir about caring for Holocaust survivor Maria Altmann during the last three years of her life, actor Gregor Collins thought that was the end of the story. Little did he know, losing Maria and sharing her with the world through his book was just the beginning. The Accidental Caregiver, Part 2 chronicles a new journey, one that Collins embarked on just as accidentally as he did the first. With his unplanned sequel, he shares with readers how his life was once again transfo... more
  • How to Become an Ambassador: An American Foreign Service Odyssey

    by Thomas Armbruster
    You know that student ready to take on the world but not sure how. This book is a roadmap for anyone interested in the U.S. Foreign Service. Ambassador Armbruster believes in long shots. That's his message to the next generation of diplomats. President Obama nominated him to be Ambassador to the Marshall Islands, a little country with big issues. Marine resources, climate change, the nuclear testing legacy... it was a great assignment. Ambassador Armbruster encourages young people, particularly ... more
  • Soaring Through Silent Skies

    by Brian Ehlers
    The author provides a firsthand insight into his life as a trailblazer who, despite being deaf, became a successful athlete, father, coach, and life mentor in a hearing world. Lost his hearing at the age of three\t\t Dreamt of being an airline pilot Came close to racing motorcycles Became a high school basketball star Was a multiple volleyball champion Represented USA Men’s Volleyball Now a well-known volleyball legend Helped others reach for their dreams Never learned or used sign language... more
  • Soaring Through Silent Skies

    by Brian Ehlers
    The author provides a firsthand insight into his life as a trailblazer who, despite being deaf, became a successful athlete, father, coach, and life mentor in a hearing world. Lost his hearing at the age of three\t\t Dreamt of being an airline pilot Came close to racing motorcycles Became a high school basketball star Was a multiple volleyball champion Represented USA Men’s Volleyball Now a well-known volleyball legend Helped others reach for their dreams Never learned or used sign language... more
  • A Bagful of Kittens Headed to the Lake

    by Cathy Carlton Hews
    A frantic Betty navigates her father's end of life. "The poignancy and charm of A BAGFUL OF KITTENS HEADED FOR THE LAKE comes from how author Cathy Carlton Hews breaks the common image of the endlessly patient caretaker who knows exactly what to say and what to do in the face of mortality." Yi Zou - Indie Reader IR APPROVED
  • Learning How to Fly: A Speed Reel Journey Toward Life's Purpose

    by BRITT LIND
    Learning How to Fly is the story of Britt Lind’s journey from her childhood in Norway to the rewarding and often heartbreaking world of Hollywood. It outlines the ups and downs of her acting career and takes the reader from Los Angeles, to Seattle, New York and back to Hollywood as the vicissitudes of life had her searching for meaning and fulfillment as an actress and, more important, as a person. The book is filled with humor and stories of her friendships with famous actors and the people who... more
  • The Epiphany of Grace: A Memoir by David Pierson

    by David Pierson

    "The Epiphany of Grace" is a true story of a single mother's struggle to raise four children in the segregated South of the 1960s.

    Deserted after thirteen years of marriage Grace leaves California to return to her home state of Louisiana and is immediately confronted with everything she had escaped, the racial prejudices of her family, the social morés of the time, discrimination of women, and poverty wages in the workplace.

    This story shifts from poignant sce... more

  • Uncommon Threads- a Story of Adoption and Acceptance

    by Randi Chervitz
    In 1968, the author was adopted by a loving family in Saint Louis, MO. Throughout her lifetime, she struggled with abandonment issues, ultimately using them to inspire her commitment to making art. Uncommon Threads, the name of her jewelry-design company, is also the story of how Chervitz came to embrace her artistic nature as a reflection of her truest self.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
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    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.

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