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  • Patchwork

    by Carol Wilson-Mack
    “Patchwork” represents the stories and lives of women living in rural Bamberg, South Carolina during a time period of approximately 1939-1959. These God-centered women created an atmosphere that allowed the participants to help their families. Quilting was their point of focus; however this activity provided an opportunity to share their challenging stories. Patchwork encourages us to find a way to bridge the gap between generations by sharing helpful information through conversation. Both gro... more
  • Put Me in the River

    by Sevda Khatamian
    Put Me in the River is a selective series of events and thoughts narrated by a traveler wandering from point one to the rest. The bags are moving along, keeping good company. The gray backpack, the tall blue one, the small brown suitcase, with the funky red. And the Tanzender rucksack which is never left behind.
  • Accounts Receivable Software - Apxium

    by Apxium

    Want to buy accounts receivable software? Then come to Apxium as we are helping those business owners and people who wish to buy software for their businesses. We have a team of professional and experienced software experts who know and help you to ensure you for choosing the right platform for your needs. We have knowledge and skills with which you can sel... more

  • Wisdom From a Father ...One dad's thoughts on life Vol. 2

    by Joe Siccardi
    Wisdom From a Father, a memoir, and Vol. 2 by Joe Siccardi is a new collection of short stories and reflections on everyday life. "I'm just that ordinary Joe walking on the path of life ... and sharing more of it with you. There are joys. There are tribulations. There are reflections. There is everyday life"... In each short essay, I try to convey a recognition of a 'Greater Power' who colors my perspective. My comments are always filtered through the lens of my Judeo-Christian values and la... more
  • Wisdom From A Father: One dad's thoughts on life

    by Joe Siccardi
    I'm just an ordinary Joe walking on the path of life ... and sharing it with you. There are joys. There are tribulations. There are reflections. There is everyday life. In each essay, I try to convey a recognition of a Greater Power who colors my perspective. My comments are always filtered through the lens of my Judeo-Christian values and largely based on 40 years of marriage raising five children.
  • The Glass Summit: One Woman's Epic Journey Breaking Through

    by Jan Reynolds
    World record setting climber and skier Jan Reynolds makes it to the top and does it in clear feminine style on expeditions with all men... but the book is really about the difference in the way men and women think, speak, and behave.
  • This Sweet Life: How We Lived After Kirby Died

    by Jean Brown
    Kirby Brown was a seeker who lived a life of passion and adventure. When she and two others died in a sweat lodge at a self-help retreat on October 8, 2009, it shattered her family and friends. Kirby’s mother and sister detail how they learned about Kirby’s ugly death, struggled through their grief, and kept moving forward through the trial of the criminally negligent guru in charge, James Arthur Ray–international best-selling motivational speaker who had been featured in “The Secret” and on Opr... more
  • The Saints of Zara: An Intimate Memoir

    by Isabel Kulski

    Nishan was nineteen years old when Turkey saw an upheaval in the Ottoman government. Violence and lawlessness ravaged the whole country. When the Mormon missionaries arrived, it seemed logical to seek a new opportunity in the United States. Nishan and a small group of Armenian converts left their violence-torn home in Zara, Turkey, in September of 1902.

    In The Saints of Zara, author Isabel-Rose Kulski shares her family's story, focusing on her father Nishan, a man who saw too l... more

  • The Wanderess and her Suitcase

    by Meara O'Hara
    Meara O'Hara grew up under the constant glare of a violent and charismatic cult leader in Germany. Years later while travelling in the US, she recalls her early life and the struggles she faced as a child.
  • The Kingdom Has Arrived Volume 1: Foundations: Snippets from a Wild Ride - A Prayer, A Poem, A Prophecy

    by Amy Jean

    The Kingdom Has Arrived Volume 1: Foundations is Jean's debut memoir. A compilation of poetry and prose quaintly detail the groundwork laid during her childhood and early years, leading to a miraculous faith journey and supernatural encounters. Jean takes the reader along on her pilgrimage - one driven by a passion that has not galvanized humanity for thousands of years, a journey that leads to self-discovery and a deeper understanding of the universe and the presence of ... more

  • MAVEN REACHES MARS: Home Poems and Space Probes in Four Fascicles

    by Jane McPhetres Johnson
    I’ve called my collection Maven Reaches Mars: Home Poems and Space Probes in Four Fascicles. The title is a headline taken directly from The New York Times. The subtitle describes my sources and stages of this rocket ship, beginning in 1943 as a war baby, growing up in nifty-fifties Boulder, adding my own family satellites, and landing in an unrecognizable world––the Martian landscape of today. There are other space probes, both interior and extraterrestrial, facing mortality on both personal an... more
  • Mom...It's Cancer

    by Debbie Legault

    Dear concerned reader...this story has a happy ending. Mom...It's Cancer is the tale of a mother's sixteen-month journey supporting her 27-year-old daughter through breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. It is a raw, real and sometimes funny account of how the two women experienced and managed their day-to-day existence as they navigated the unknown. There are many little truths you don't hear about that reflect challenges faced by young women that are very different from older wo... more

  • And Other Essays

    by Michael Cohen
  • And Other Essays

    by Michael Cohen
    Essays on encountering illegal border-crossers in south Texas, searching for the perfect, the Platonic nature handbook, the joys of flying small planes and the effect of the Grand Canyon airliner collision on a young would-be flyer, learning ancient Greek at the Downtown Y and gym-watching in general, taking a mind's-eye tour of Paris's terrace cafes and their literary associations after the 2015 terrorist attack there, and a dozen other topics.
  • Letters From A Korean Foxhole-Remembered Words of a Forgotten War

    by elizabeth venturini
    “I’m okay Ma. Don’t worry about me. By the way–– thanks for the salami.” For many young men serving in the Korean War, their happiest thoughts were the hope that a salami would arrive from home. These thoughts of a simple soldier, and many more, are described in Elizabeth Venturini’s book Letters from a Korean Foxhole: Remembered Words of a Forgotten War. The words both–– simple and raw––were written by Elizabeth’s father as a 20-year-old soldier fighting in Korea. A trove of letters sent hom... more
  • Sherlock Bones: Memoirs of America's Pet Detective

    by John Keane
    America's Greatest Pet Detective Is Here. Join John Keane aka Sherlock Bones on His Incredible Adventures. What would you do if you had amazing deduction skills? You'd become a detective. However Sherlock Bones is not an ordinary detective. He combined his incredible deduction skills and love for animals and became America's greatest pet detective. This book is a collection of some of John's most famous and difficult cases. It includes more than a dozen compelling stories, each with a unique tw... more