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  • Suffering and Sentiments

    by Jeffrey Robb
    Suffering and Sentiments is a collection of poems and illustrations about mental illness, pain, life, love, and imagination.
  • Introspections From a Clouded Mind

    by Jeffrey Robb
    A collection of poetry that brings to light the innermost feelings of someone suffering from mental illness.
  • Loved Just As I Am

    by Melissa McDaniel
  • I Am a Survivor

    by Janice E Holliman
    A survivor is having the heart of a fighter and learning who you are no matter what illnesses of trials you face. Like Reba McEntire says "Who I Am is Who I Want To Be: I am a Survivor." This book is about the life of the author. It focuses on her faith, her hope, and her endurance during the years of her illness. In this true story, you will learn the how and why about the effects that changed her family's life-the author's Crohn's disease, the fourteen blood clots, toxic gut syndrome, c... more
  • My Name Was Mushroom: My Life as a Teenage Runaway in the Source Family Commune

    by Wendy Baker
    At age 14, Wendy Gossard was drawn by the tranquil blue eyes and personal magnetism of a man known as Yahowah, leader of a spiritual group called the Source Family. Fleeing her own family and becoming a fugitive from justice in the state of California, Wendy followed the 1970s cult group across settlements in California and Hawaii on a quest for spiritual direction, communal harmony, and basic survival. Growing up, the teenager, called Mushroom by Yahowah, had questions about her pregnancy, rela... more
  • Karl's Diary: It's a Dog's Life

    by Sharon Winters
    In December 2014, chocolate-colored dogs with golden eyes is found wandering in Arizona‘s Yuma Desert. A kind hearted man brings the lost dog to a rescue facility. Sadly, no one chooses to adopt the stray, who’s desperate wish is for a family to love and cherish him. Soon however, while he is at a second animal rescue, his picture is published in a local newspaper paper and a compassionate couple adopt him, name him Karl, and bring him to his forever home, one filled with unconditional love. Pa... more
  • Lost Roots

    by Karl von Loewe
    How a single family was affected by rampant ethnic nationalism of the twentieth century - how each used it and was used by it - and how the secrets were kept. A soldier goes missing two days before the Armistice ending World War I. A decorated pilot conceals a diamond deal gone bad. A trained pastry chef, prisoner of two wars and national policeman, is executed on Stalin’s order. An industrialist loses everything he has built, first in part to the Nazis, then totally to the Communists. A shop... more
  • Moon and Sunn

    by Shane Sunn
    Shane Sunn grew up in Ackerman, MS, in the shadow of Moon--his legendary, often absent, and always fishing father. With literary acuity that sometimes reads more like a novel than a memoir, the author recounts exhilarating stories of fishing beside Moon in snake-infested Mississippi backwaters along with painful accounts of what endured and internalized when Moon left home yet again in pursuit of the world record Alaskan king salmon. Retracing his life, the author leads us on a voyage of self-... more

    Libro de estilo arte urbano,ilustraciones, chicanotattoo flash, graffiti,pintura urban,muralismo....con poco texto,o algo de poemas urbanos.....
  • Running Through Fields of Grass Our Journey on the Dharma Path

    by Michael Boyajian
    Join the author and his late wife Jeri as they journey on the Tibetan Buddhism Dharma Path grappling with scripture that frowns on attachments and impermanence and any negative impact they will have on Mike and Jeri’s love for each other spanning almost 40 years and how through meditation, contemplation and study they work through these issues and their love reigns supreme.
  • Defiance-Fighting Elitism and Racism at LSU in the 70's

    by Theodor Schirmer
    After retirement from the Los Angeles Public Defenders Office, I decided to write my life story for my children and grandchild. When I began writing about my years at LSU, I discovered through research that events during my time as Student Government Association president were being swept under the rug. I could locate nothing in the administrative files or oral histories open to the public that covered what happened at LSU Homecoming in 1976. In the '70s, twenty years after Brown v. Board of ... more
  • My Vision

    by Leonel Diogo Francisco António
    This book was write down bases on the experience of the author and the way that he perceive the world problems. The all book make you re-think in a few daily problems that many people face it and it dives deeper on the subject of human interaction and our further impact among the stars. I hope you enjoy the reading
  • Acting Up

    by Janice Bryant Howroyd
    Growing up in the segregated South in a family of eleven children and nurtured by a loving mother and father, Janice Bryant Howroyd faced racism and sexism in addition to the challenges faced by every new business owner. None of that stopped her from becoming the first black woman to own a billion-dollar business
  • Myrtlewood Memoirs

    by Terry J. Woodall
    The story of Oregon myrtlewood, its history, natural history, and an artist's life-long career utilizing this resources. Myrtle is the only member of the laurel family native to North America, produces one of the worlds most beautiful woods, and is proclaimed a national treasure by the author.
  • Venture into the Everglades

    by Niurka Castaneda & Masha Andreoni, LCSW
    Joe, her kids, Lulu, Masha, Captain and me, went fishing to the Everglades. Masha had suggested it based in her strong belief in the therapeutic value of combining recreational therapy with traditional therapy for veterans as away to heal. She organized the trip with the help of her friend Captain Neal, the founder of Fishing with America's Finest (FWAF). This is a charitable nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing therapeutic piscatorial (fishing) outings to Veterans and their fam... more
  • Forty to Finish

    by Larry Walsh

    Embark on a cross-country cycling adventure in this exciting sequel that finds author Larry Walsh on yet another solo trek across America. Here, Walsh brings readers along for the ride of a lifetime: 4,200 miles, cutting across ten states, from Oregon to Virginia. The Trans Am Bike Race is so grueling that less than 300 solo riders in the last decade have crossed the finish line. But Walsh did just that. Reaching the Yorktown Victory Monument, however, is just a small part of this tale.

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