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  • Rounding Home

    by Sarah Swindell
    In 1991, 21-year-old, Sarah, the recently divorced mother to 2-year-old Hayley, moved from the dusty small town of Farmington, New Mexico to the bustling city of Houston, Texas with dreams of a better life. A year later, she was swept off her feet by Greg Swindell, an established Major League Baseball player who had just signed a lucrative contract with the Houston Astros and was quickly becoming the talk of the city. Six weeks after their first date, Greg asked Sarah to quit her job as a hair... more
  • Me and Mario: Love, Power & Writing with Mario Puzo, Author of the Godfather

    by Carol Gino
    After THE GODFATHER…The Last Great War, according to Mario Puzo, would be the war between men and women. His books sold more than 20 million copies. But few souls knew the man behind The Godfather as she did. With humor and poignancy, bestselling author Carol Gino gives readers a rare glimpse inside the life of one of the world’s most beloved storytellers and their unlikely but enduring love. In a world that often lacks many “Happily Ever After’s,” Gino’s twenty-year relationship with The Godfat... more
  • Irreversible

    by Taylor Mason
    Taylor Mason?s Irreversible traces the life of a ventriloquist from the moment he discovered that a talking sock on his hand made someone laugh to winning television variety show competitions to performing on the biggest stages with some of today?s biggest stars. It?s a story of perseverance, hard work, and the sheer joy of doing what one loves.
  • The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways

    by Richard Little
    The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways is a story about the Little family and how the world events effected their lives. The story begins in a quiet little village in Europe, but do to very profound events they has to leave there home and come to the United States. Things were not easy going in the United States either. The events that caused them to leave Europe caught up with them and they had to move. This humble family had to undergo many difficulties, but there Faith, drive, and determination al... more
  • The Making of a Mom - My Unexpected Journey through Birth & Adoption

    by Kimberly Severn
    Kimberly Severn felt a strong instinct to be a mother. Even amidst the wonder of her first pregnancy, she struggled with intimidating complications that took a toll on her body. When Kimberly and her husband decided to adopt their second child, they navigated the adoption process, willing themselves to maintain hope and enthusiasm through a whirlwind of disappointments and surprises. Kimberly tried tirelessly to balance empathy and compassion for their daughter’s forceful birth parents with the ... more
  • Nobody Gets Out Of Catering Alive

    by Joe Montaperto
    1990. It wasn’t too long ago that 30 year old Joe Montaperto was a rising young comic on the New York City circuit - performing with the likes of John Stewart and John Leguizamo. Now, he sits in his childhood bedroom of his parent’s New Jersey home, babbling endlessly to his ever-present Napoleon statue at three in the morning. The only time he laughs these days is watching reruns of the old 60s TV series - Lost In Space. And he’s afraid of napkins. Desperate to find meaning in his life, h... more
  • The Best That Can Happen: The Grand Trek ebook

    by Kathleen Schmitt

    During her senior year of high school, Kathleen worked at Horst and Harriet Haenert’s Pine Grove Farms just outside Scales Mound, Illinois (population under 400, not on every map) and a far cry in every way from her urban upbringing. One morning after Kathleen's high school graduation, Harriet speculated that the next winter could be especially hard on him. As a joke, Kathleen suggested riding him to her sister’s farm in Arizona. Harriet went to get an atlas. The idea of The G... more

  • The Best That Can Happen: The Grand Trek

    by Kathleen Schmitt

    During her senior year of high school, Kathleen worked at Horst and Harriet Haenert’s Pine Grove Farms just outside Scales Mound, Illinois (population under 400, not on every map) and a far cry in every way from her urban upbringing. One morning after Kathleen's high school graduation, Harriet speculated that the next winter could be especially hard on him. As a joke, Kathleen suggested riding him to her sister’s farm in Arizona. Harriet went to get an atlas. The idea of The G... more

  • Choose a reality....any reality

    by Emmanouil Morfompos
    In this book, you are given the opportunity to discover how your consciousness forms your world and your reality. It is time to accept that you are the reason, for all circumstances that transpire in your life. You are the actual force, which creates the motion within the universe. You are the one who directs all universal forces and develops the desires of your imagination. In this “presentation”, you are offered the opportunity to reflect on yourself, as a form of wholeness, because you do,... more
  • Oddball: A Memoir on Resilience

    by Diana Navarro, M.S.
    In this memoir she is not assuming you have a physical house, a car (or that you drive), a specific level of education, are married, have children, are able-bodied and have full use of all your senses, are female, male, of a certain age group, or religious. I am sharing with the universal you that breathes, needs to eat and sleep, requires shelter, feels and has the ability to think. As someone who rarely sees herself in popular non-fiction, self-help, inspirational, or motivational books, she w... more
  • Even So, Joy: Our Journey Through Heartbreak, Hope, and Triumph

    by Lesa Brackbill
    In life's toughest moments joy and heartache fight for our undivided attention. You determine which one prevails. Stories are supposed to go a certain way, or so we're told. You're supposed to grow up, get an education, find your dream job, meet the love of your life, get married and start a family, and then live happily ever after. So when Brennan and Lesa Brackbill had their first child, they never imagined that they would soon lose her. In Even So, Joy, author Lesa Brackbill shares the... more
  • Barrington

    by Margaret Seven Wellman
    Author Margaret Seven Wellman, daughter of legendary Hollywood director William A. Wellman, tells the story of her childhood as it was lived room-by-room, inside and out, at her home on Barrington Avenue. Poetic glimpses of family life appear to the reader like scenes from a movie, in a memoir that is honest and specific, yet beguilingly dreamlike.
  • Memoirs of a Future Ghost

    by Heather Scarbro Dobson
    Heather Scarbro Dobson probes her fears while seeking out the paranormal, sharing the true, often freaky and/or funny, sometimes sad tales of over a decade investigating ghosts and the people haunted by them. Through extraordinary occurrences in the everyday, she weaves a logical tale that death is nothing to be feared, that an afterlife exists, and though just like in life there’s a bad egg that gets all the press, most ghosts just miss their homes, their people, and their lives, and want to st... more
  • Pimpology: The Macking Game

    by DeVan Brittenum

    WATCH YOUR DAUGHERS! The Pimps are on the prowl. In 2016, statistics revealed that 5,551 young ladies were victimized by the commercial sex industry. Pimpology: The Macking Game exposes the reality of the Sex-Trafficking Game.  Sex-Trafficking traps young ladies into a life of prostitution. As we all know, the art and profession of controlling a group of adorable females is called the game. Hence, the Macks themselves are known as players. Learn the pimps' strategies. In Pimpology: T... more

  • Naked (in Italy)

    by M.E. Evans
    At twenty-seven years old, M. E. Evans had just graduated from college, twice, and still had no idea what to do with her life besides frequent strip clubs and fantasize about being a woman known for a sort of vague, unnamed success. But when her plans to become a better version of herself are derailed by the devastating loss of her brother, she moves to Italy no longer for personal growth but for self-preservation. Unfortunately, life in Italy isn’t for everyone. In the irreverent and hilar... more

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