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by J. PetersIt's the year 2003. Teenagers are messaging each other online, listening to punk music on MP3 players, and writing blogs on LiveJournal to fit in. One such teen is walking the halls of Wales High School with bright shirts, leather jackets, and blue hair: Jacques Peters. He's determined to become best friends with one of the coolest guys in school, Davis Mavis. But he soon discovers that smoking, skipping class, and putting up a front aren't as cool as they seem, particularly when mental health i... more
by Chinamelum MenakayaGrowing up Nigerian American in America was tough by itself, but what people didn’t know was that 13yr old Chinaemelum endured physical and emotional abuse by her father. At a young age she took on protecting her mother from her fathers fist, nothing she ever did was good enough, though she tried so hard to seek approval from her father, she always fails. As Chinameleum became a preteen, her father begins to calls her a prostitute, to the point 13yr old chinamelum begins to believe her father... more
by T. R. RobinsonThe terror of an abusive spouse and The innocence of a young child.
by Sherry ChapmanHow Much Big Is the Sky is a mother's searingly melodic and eloquent love song to her teenage son, Ryan, following his sudden death resulting from a car crash. Sherry Chapman captures the intimacy and immediacy of her experience with a rare combination of profound tenderness, literary skill, and raw candor. This stunning account of love and loss is structured in five parts resembling the various stages of grief. From the sudden blow of an early morning phone call to a mother's frantic advocacy t... more
by LARRY FOWLERWhen Larry Fowler became a Navy SEAL BUD/S trainee, he could barely swim. Nevertheless, he somehow survived “Hell Week” and graduated Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL training Class 89. Larry says it takes the same grit, courage, and tough-as-nails perseverance as a Navy SEAL in training to live the life of a true Christian. If he can survive Hell Week, you can survive and thrive where you’re at right now. In his inspirational book, Dare to Live Greatly, he reveals how faith is continuous, ac... more
by BohunkA riveting life and death novel, directly from the mind of a famous author and physician writing under the alias Bohunk. The novel uniquely follows the steps of Bohunk’s life through both a humorous yet straightforward lens; from his childhood origins stoking the potential for future addictions, to his succumbing to addictive substances, to the tempest of addictions as his life descended into chaos, to pulling himself out of the darkness and shaking off the shadows of his past. Along his way, Bo... more
by Sylvia FowlerAt a school on the Pacific Ocean, a California girl named Sylvia meets and falls hopelessly in love with a devastating young Saudi man. He marries her and takes her to Jeddah, a five thousand-year-old city on the Red Sea. There, the unseen world of jinn and angels is as palpable as the sand of the desert. Bats swoop in and out of palm trees, camels graze by the water, talismans are used to ward off the evil eye, but as in all communities, love proves the one true binding force. Sylvia merges int... more
by Bethany A. Beeler
"In 2018, I didn’t merely come out MtF transgender, I discovered I was trans in the first place—as much news to me as it became to the world. On December 31, 2017, to quote the movie, Hot Fuzz, I had 'a great big bushy beard.' A year later, I was growing breasts! Yes, real breasts, as I hit my true puberty."
What's it like to be a trans woman? Even crazier, what's it like to NOT KNOW you're trans for your first 50+ years?
It's a roller... more
by Jon McVeyWhat happens when you are diagnosed with an incurable muscle wasting condition, called Inclusion Body Myositis, and told that you will lose your mobility? Simple tasks such as picking things up, opening things, getting up from a chair, walking, climbing steps and driving become enveloped in new complexities, assisted by curious equipment. Familiar places become inaccessible, blocked by steps and often unnecessary barriers. Add to that the injuries from falling… ...Oh! and many unexpectedly funny... more
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by DARLENE DEACONIsolated from the outside world, Darlene had no idea how brutally abusive her life was. She just thought it was normal. Her mother, Jean, beat her from infancy, mentally abused her, and later sold her to men to use as they pleased. All the while, Darlene suffered sexual abuse at the hands of her father since a toddler as Jean looked the other way. Leaving home as a young teen, Darlene ended up in a twisted relationship of bondage and slavery. Still, it was better than going back home. Before and... more
by Brendon LukeWhile this is a biography based on true stories, no man is an island (unless he is a fabulous gay man and the island in question is Barbados in the 70's or Ibiza in the 90's). So, the stories I am going to tell are probably less about me, than the people I have been lucky enough and at times unlucky enough to meet. They are not famous (and if they are, they have been anonymised because I’m aiming for serious but relatable author situation, not gossip rag ‘journalist’) but the lessons I have lear... more
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by Jody A. ForresterIt is 1969 and Jody A. Forrester is in her late teens, transitioning from sixties love child to pacifist anti-Vietnam War activist to an ardent revolutionary. Guns Under the Bed: Memories of a Young Revolutionary, revolves around her three years in the Revolutionary Union, a Communist organization advocating armed overthrow of the ruling class. In readiness for the uprising, she sleeps with two rifles underneath her bed. One of millions protesting the war, what sets Jody apart her from her pe... more
by Karen Draper
The Place of Us is centered around the pivotal moments in the lives of parents, Karen and Sam, whose son had cerebral palsy and died unexpectedly at the age of twenty-three. Not a book on how to raise a child with a disability, but a personal story of parenthood and the messiness and beauty that goes with it all when life surprises you. From the daily grind of caring for a special needs son and a healthy daughter to mystical, angelic appearances, Karen learns about life, d... more
by Julianne Haycox"Stay with it. The wound is the place where the Light enters you." - Rumi The more we strip ourselves down, the more potent life becomes. Having the courage to unearth our individual truths leads us to the sacred space of an open, peaceful and loving heart, even in the midst of controversy and challenge. While navigating through unforeseen death, the loss of her baby boy, cancer, and a miraculous birth through surrogacy, Julianne Haycox found herself nudged closer and closer towards a spir... more