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  • The Invisible Key: Unlocking the Mystery of My Chronic Pain

    by Maria Socolof
    An acute injury. Chronic pain. A shocking discovery. Maria Socolof, a former collegiate athlete, at age forty, ruptured a disc in her neck when she rolled over in bed. Time and conventional medicine failed to heal her. Years of debilitating pain followed. She sincerely questioned whether life in such pain was worth living. Then, through mindbody approaches and bewildering revelations, true healing finally began. Her raw chronicle attests to the impact emotional trauma can have on the body and ho... more
  • Lou Who?

    by Louise Johnson
    Lou Who? is the honest and raw journey of a young woman battling to rediscover and redefine herself in a world that often makes us feel as if life ought to be a certain way. For centuries, Western women have strived towards certain traditional milestones--like pursuing marriage instead of seeking themselves out with honesty and love, neglecting their opportunities for growth in turn. When Lou’s life in her native homeland of Scotland ends in divorce, her heart carries her across the Atlantic... more
  • Girl Intrepid: A New York Story of Privilege and Perseverance

    by Leslie Armstrong
    An engrossing memoir about a spirited and independent-minded young woman growing up on the pre-Sixties East Coast. The book is, in part, about how the particular time and place -- and family -- you are born into shapes you, whether you embrace those factors or rebel against them. Like her mother, who was a lawyer, she ultimately powered her way into a profession dominated by men and became a successful architect. As Gail Godwin notes, this is "a masterful work of anthropology, a compelling tale ... more
  • Sauce on Sunday: An Ancestral Journey to Find my Sicilian Roots

    by Janet Sierzant
    While sitting at a restaurant with two of my fellow authors, one asked me about my Sicilian background. I laughed and said, “All I know is, we always have sauce on Sunday.” My friends joined in the laughter, but I realized that I didn’t really know too much about the maternal part of my heritage. Something awoke inside of me and I had the desire to find out exactly from where I came. I began the quest for my roots by taking an ancestry DNA test. Within a few months, I had the surprise of my life... more
  • Gemini Joe

    by Janet Sierzant
    The The runt of the litter, Gemini Joe is no stranger to tears. His life is a story—following the Great Depression and his parents struggle to provide for his family. Survival in his powerful, sometimes cruel family was not easy. Although he remembers with affection and occasional humor the holidays, his childhood friends, his mother and grandmother, his tough, bullying brothers and indifferent sister, his family was too much for him. He found acceptance in a bottle of scotch. Health issues begi... more
  • Quote Of The Day

    by Mukesh Saini
    Whether you have money in your life or not but you must definitely have fun. Not all fun beings with money.
  • The Rope of Life: A Memoir

    by Mirinda Kossoff
    At the heart of this book is the mystery of Mirinda’s father, Hugo Kossoff, a New York Jew from an intellectual, cultured family who, after his service in WWII, settled in Danville VA, a town that proudly billed itself the “Last Capital of the Confederacy” and was a place as anti-Semitic as it was racist, though not overtly violent towards Jews. Hugo changed his name to Hugh, renounced his Judaism for Baptist fundamentalism, got a nose job and took on the trappings of a “good ol' boy,” affecting... more
  • A Young Person's Field Guide to Finding Lost Shipwrecks

    by Laurie Anne Zaleski
    A Young Person's Field Guide to Finding Lost Shipwrecks is an autobiographical account of a nautical archeological expedition. Written by the marine geologist in charge of the survey, it discusses and explains the science behind a multibeam sonar and other technology used for the expedition, as well as describing the day-to-day operations aboard a 37-meter research vessel. The story begins alongside a dock in Cadiz, Spain, where three archeologists, two college students on a summer internshi... more
  • 30-For-30: The Writings Behind the Wall

    by Darren Smith
    Well educated. Rewarding career. World traveller. An all-around well-rounded individual. These are a few of the notions that come to mind when friends, family, peers and acquaintances speak about Darren Smith. But, for a period in 2019, all the aforementioned was briefly, yet unexpectedly halted. On March 15th 2019, Darren Smith became inmate #1474625, as he was sentenced to 60 days in the Jennifer Road Detention Center in Annapolis, MD for a DUI conviction. Suddenly, Darren goes from living ... more
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  • Choosing Life

    by Leslie A. Sussan
    On the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing, these first-person accounts from an American soldier sent to make a color film record of the effects, and from the survivors whom he filmed, make clear what nuclear war means at the human level.
  • ImPerfukt...and Never Happier!

    by Heidi Patullo

    "ImPerfukt...and never happier!" is a gutsy and quirky memoir recounted through the lenses of humour and humility; brains and brawn; stupidity and sexuality; partnering and parenting. Gritty, off-beat, sexy, and cringe-worthy, her life mimics the reality of a true, roller-coaster life.


    ImPerfukt is a celebration memoir of author, Heidi Patullo’s first 50 years, beginning with a hilarious imagining of her ... more

  • Alex and the Dinosaur Prints

    by Alex Mika
    By examining dinosaurs and the asteroid that made an impact on their lives, this book explores the personal process of growing up, finding a voice and seeking a meaningful life. Alex and the Dinosaur Prints features facts (all dinosaurs laid eggs), speculations (is the T-Rex the dinosaur version of Rambo?), and a ruined pair of pants (pockets are not for storing tree sap). Oh, and the asteroid gets its own song.
  • Secure in God

    by Rita Malsch
    These are poem-like writings of my own journey and my faith and trust in the Lord. I look at these as a sharing with others who are seeking new meaning in their own lives. I added 20 pieces of my art to open up myself in a deeper way so my faith can be understood.
  • Boy: A Story Based On True Events

    by Nathan Zen-Sapien
    A man recounts the incredible events in his life with his autistic brother growing up in the slums of Chicago IL and Milwaukee WI