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  • Hearth

    by Carter Cronk

    Similiar to the ancient phenomena of "Earth and Sky" or "Earth" and "Fire," Platos Republic Book VI divides the world in twho unequal parts in a constant ratio. As a division of material and energy, this places upon space, both energy and reason.Similiar to the ancient phenomena of "Earth and Sk... more

  • Florence My Love

    by Graceann K Deters
    In the earlier part of the twentieth century, women were relegated to scrubbing pots, churning wet clothes into wringer washers, and birthing babies. Not so Miss Florence Poling. Florence left her family's austere 375-acre homestead and did something astonishing for an Iowa farm girl: she traveled the world and took it by storm.
  • A fragile hold

    by Ruth Cotton
    A fragile hold is a memoir from Ruth Cotton who tells how an incurable disease and progressive disability led her to a more mindful way of living. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1997, it wasn’t until her retirement that the disease exacted its greatest toll – slowly taking her balance and mobility. In 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic confined Ruth indoors, news came that her husband’s cancer – melanoma, diagnosed years before – was accelerating. Overwhelmed by a sense of life’s fragility, Ru... more
  • Limp Forward

    by Libo Meyers
    From being a little girl with polio in rural China to a tech executive at Apple, Libo Cao Meyers (曹力波) has had quite a journey in life—a journey steeped in a rich family legacy and powered by determination, growth, and love. Over the years and the miles, she has allowed no one—including herself—to set limitations on what she’s able to accomplish. Along the way, Libo has overcome challenges as a person with a disability, a first-generation immigrant in a new country, a female executive in the ... more
  • Reclaiming Wonder Woman

    by Windy Bond
    Reclaiming Wonder Woman is a memoir about the impact childhood sexual abuse (from 3 to 16) and the death of her younger brother (at age 8) had on her and her family. It follows the hero's journey from the depths of dispair, along the journey to recover, liberation and ultimately bringing the lessons learned back into the community. Her story parallels her father's throughout the book, demonstrating important forks in their paths that led to very different outcomes, her with peace and fulfillme... more
  • Out of Place

    by WJ Lacey
    The stories in this book are about the paranormal, supernatural, and things that can’t be immediately explained. They’re things that happened to me throughout my life. I started thinking about why these events occurred at an early age and wondered if they could be related. But it wasn’t until much later that I began to grasp a more meaningful story unfolding before me. This realization came after the number of unexplainable events increased, and I started to learn methods to gain a deeper unders... more
  • A Little Dog's Adventures in a Big Dog's World

    by Suzanne Catalano
    A Little Dog's Adventures in a Big Dog's World is the author's story of the bond with her Pug-beagle mix, Winnie, as they trained to become a detection team in the sport of Nose Work. This book not only shares the joys and challenges of this hobby, but also delves into the unique bond between dog and handler, offering insights and understanding into the world of dogs.
  • Letters to My Son in Prison

    by Ken Guidroz
    My son, high on heroin, killed a man with his car. In prison we had to find a way to rebuild what opioids had stolen. Letters proved to be the way. In this book I tell of how we got so bad off and how we recovered.

    by Michelle Renee
    NINE DAYS: Living with My Soul Wide Open after Violent Trauma (June 2023) is a memoir by Michelle Renee, whose first book, Held Hostage, was made into a Lifetime movie. Nine Days picks up where Held Hostage left off and chronicles a single mother's 4,200-mile solo road trip up the coast of California and into the rugged terrain of the Alaskan wilderness. Surviving on little money or food, Michelle braves the elements and confronts her turbulent past on her way to return to her daughter and p... more
  • Across the Divide

    by Elizabeth Bernays
    Nothing prepared Liz, the academic scientist (with a background in Australia and UK) for Linda, the quick-witted eighth-grade dropout from Texas excelling in malapropisms and outlandish jokes. Linda was still married and Liz a grieving widow. How could they sustain a relationship when they had such different personalities, backgrounds, and interests? But despite obvious incompatibilities, their chemistry was undeniable, and the extraordinary contrast was exciting for both of them. Over time, ... more
  • Roses

    by Natalie Nascenzi
    Roses is a debut novel by New York City poet Natalie Nascenzi featuring cover art by Nicolle DiIorio. The author invites readers on her exciting and serendipitous adventure around Manhattan (and eventually, the world). Roses is a story of hope, persistence, and choosing to honor what you believe. It welcomes us all to realize the importance of every one we meet along the way and discover what it means to make the most of life as a grand adventure.
  • Am I So Different

    by Robert Sedillo
    In Am I So Different, Robert Sedillo writes of a child living with cancer. The cancer treatments have caused her to look different. He chronicles what she felt when friends and classmates made snide remarks and teased her because they don’t understand what living with cancer is like.
  • Buried Secrets

    by Anne Hanson
    Ida Hanson hated when her sons left her sight. It was almost as if this fiercely protective mother, who sacrificed everything to nurture her four young boys during the economic ruin of the 1930s Great Depression, feared she might never see them again. What happened in her earlier life to make this devoted mom, my grandmother, so afraid of losing her boys? My new book, Buried Secrets: Looking for Frank and Ida, is a true-life mystery about my quest to discover the hidden past that my grand... more
  • The Buddha in Our Bellies

    by Keith Robinson
    The Buddha in Our Bellies spans continents and centuries in stories of identity and belonging — where do we fit? A mysterious ailment rips through young Keith’s guts, while his relations with family and the world are fraying. His childhood descends from undiagnosed illness to invisible identity to denied self. The only hope for healing lies in the least expected, most vulnerable place. Yoshiko grows up determined to work for peace beyond her remote mountainside village and move past her family t... more
  • Violet Underground

    by Emma White
    VIOLET UNDERGROUND is a sentimental snapshot of a 15-year-old’s journey to find independence and adventure. She faces the inescapable trials of self-confidence and sexuality as she fumbles through the beginning stages of her first relationship. Set in New London, Wisconsin in 2010 Based entirely on real events
  • Jigsaw Puzzle in a Vortex: A Collection of Memoirs

    by Aurora M. Lewis
    Here are my stories of family, friends, sexual harassment, rape, and racism, including the state of my physical and mental health. These pieces were written over a period from 2008 to 2022. Telling my truth may help others regardless of race or gender, but particularly Black women, know you are not alone.