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Memoir

  • Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad

    by Eric Heard
    The purpose of this book is an awkward discussion of Eric Heard’s life to his son. He talks about his life in a candid way that tries to explain his anxiety as an African American dad. It is an open and honest account of his life through the life of a child that has been through a lot in his life. It is a reflection on his life that has been shaped by his childhood experiences.
  • Permanent Recruitment Agency Auckland

    by gerami george
    In the present day recruitment scenario, recruitment agencies have a very important role to play. Recruitment Agencies are those agencies that helps in employers to search employees . Recruitment agencies creates a link between employer and employees and creates a bond between them. Various organisation frequently outsources their employee recruitment to a particular recruitment agencies. Such recruitment agencies takes care of various jobs like interviewing , shortlisting and much more... more
  • BESA A True Story by Pertef Bylykbashi

    by Pertef Bylykbashi
    Besa recounts my life from a young boy of a happy three generation family living in southern Albania, but when Enver Hoxha and his Communist regime muscled their way into power, that idyllic life fell apart for the Bylykbashi family, our village, and our country. BESA spans from my childhood to present day, touching on various aspects of my life, both personal and business. It is a story of promises made to my mother the night before I escaped from the labor camp and gave my Besa that I would ... more
  • Ninety-Nine Fire Hoops

    by Allison Hong Merrill
    Allison Hong is not your typical fifteen-year-old Taiwanese girl. Unwilling to bend to the conditioning of her Chinese culture, which demands that women submit to men’s will, she disobeys her father’s demand to stay in their faith tradition, Buddhism, and instead joins the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Then, six years later, she drops out of college to serve a mission—a decision for which her father disowns her. After serving her mission in Taiwan, twenty-two-year-old Allison m... more
  • "Excuse Me; May I Say Something?"

    by Eric Jenard Rodwell
    Is this all there is to personhood? We are born, we live, and we die. What about the ultimate mysteries of life? The Existence of God: Fact or Fake News? Is there the slightest possibility of life beyond death and our accustomed realities? Should we be concerned about a “transcendence” surpassing the normality of our earthly presence? The Holy Bible upholds that conclusion in the affirmative. I assure you; this is far more important than any imagined “Zombie Apocalypse.” Just by chance, if th... more
  • Luxury Yacht Rental

    by lara sara

    Water tourism is one of the emerging mode of tourism all over the world. Many tourist from different part of the globe is showing interest in water tourism and related activities. Today  water tourism destination are available in all most all countries.  Water tourism included many activities like  yacht ride, fishing ,water sport activities and much more .   A  luxury yacht ride is one of the best tour experience you can have with your friends and relatives. A y... more

  • River Love - The True Story of a Wayward Sheltie, a Woman, and a Magical Place Called Rivershire

    by Tricia Frey
    Set on the banks of the Boardman River, just south of Traverse City, Michigan, River Love is a compelling memoir about a dog named Sheldon and his remarkable journey to his true home. Tricia Frey shares her deeply personal story, starting from the day she and her sister co-purchased the river property in 2005. The following spring, Tricia spotted the skittish, frightened little Sheltie she eventually named Sheldon. A shed was transformed into a house for Sheldon and a bond of love began. It took... more
  • Auto Bio Nobody

    by Rasheed Soofi
    Breaking the prototype of traditional autobiography writing, the author brilliantly blends daruma and comedy of his first three decades of his life into a delightful tale that resonates to millions of immigrants and others in the same situations across the planet, who either have thought of travelling outside of their homelands at some point, or have been forced to take a similar path as author did. The story appeals to all creeds and colors of immigrants, in every corner of the earth who lived ... more
  • auto bio nobody part I

    by Rasheed soofi
    Breaking the prototype of traditional autobiography writing, the author brilliantly blends daruma and comedy of his first three decades of his life into a delightful tale that resonates to millions of immigrants and others in the same situations across the planet, who either have thought of travelling outside of their homelands at some point, or have been forced to take a similar path as author did. The story appeals to all creeds and colors of immigrants, in every corner of the earth who lived... more
  • The Hippie Hitchhiker from Nebraska

    by Randy Rhody

    At seventeen Randy Rhody was a rebellious honor student who left home to live on his own in Lincoln, Nebraska. Even there in the heartland he met like-minded outliers, supporting his own ambitions to write. When Allen Ginsberg visited in 1966, a party for him was held at Rhody’s place. “You shake with a cloud,” Ginsberg said to him. “My hand does not exist.” His remark seemed like a guidepost to some arcane wisdom the youth was already seeking.

    Hoping to ev... more

  • Sail Above the Clouds

    by Carole D. Fontaine
    Fontaine shares stories and adventures from her 20-year journey on a sailboat, the joys of life surrounded by the ocean, the challenges she faced, her search to regain her health after a debilitating health crisis and learning to live in a meager 41-foot of living space, with her husband, and a dog. It's also an inspiring tool of self-discovery with each chapter sharing an adventure, a life lesson, a journaling question, and a transformational exercise for readers to discover their own path and... more
  • Lit Soul: My Journey Back to Faith

    by Jessi Hersey
    It's a collection of poetry from my childhood to adulthood in finding my faith again.
  • Surviving the Survivors: A Memoir

    by Ruth Klein
    Ruth Klein’s story is about merchants and landowners—aristocratic Polish Jews. It’s about their lives in refugee and concentration camps. About parents who survived the Holocaust but could not overcome the tragedy they had experienced, and about their children, who became indirect victims of the atrocities endured by Holocaust victims. After their liberation, Ruth’s parents were brought to the Displaced Person Camps in Germany, where they awaited departure to the United States. They we... more
  • The Girl from Cairo: A Memoir

    by Peggy Hinaekian

    "For many of us in the disconnected 21st century, it is time to speak about our heritage."

    This memoir creates a whole world bridging memory and narrative. It has a sense of longevity, no so much in the number of years, but with the depth and range of felt experiences.

    The writer is an artist who brings to the page an astute eye for the meaning of belonging and identity as she shifts between her many selves. There's a real sense of looking at people in the ... more

  • Quarantine Quickies Pandemic in Paradise

    by Alan E. (Al) Strunk
    A collection of Facebook Posts and Comments from March through June of 2020 chronicling the events and effects of the Coronavirus lock down on the seaside villages of Los Osos and Baywood and the environs of San Luis Obispo County on California's Central Coast.

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