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  • Reflections on Contemporary Life: An Outsider's Perspective

    by Reza Noubary
    It all started around sixty years ago when a young boy witnessed an earthquake that caused detrimental harm to an innocent community. The unfortunate event left a deep impression on him. He couldn't forget that when he would ask about it, he would only be told that they must have done something bad to anger the god. Even though he was still young, he did not find the answer convincing. He then devoted almost all his waking moments to thinking about and making sense of what happened that day. He ... more
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    by Babita Roy
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  • My Pineapples Went to Houston--Second Edition

    by Lee Gaitan
    The author chronicles a full decade of "shock and awfulness," triggered by family deaths, a series of health crises, and her husband secretly losing all their money and running off with a stripper. And then it was downhill all the way. Armed with little more than her sense of humor, she struggles to navigate the unfolding chaos of life and survives with humor intact and many new life lessons under her belt.
  • Under the Viaduct

    by Debra Kaplan Low
    Chicago’s South Side was a far different place in the 1950s and 1960s. First-time author Debra Kaplan Low provides a compelling first-person account of what it was like navigating childhood in one of these South Side neighborhoods alongside a colorful cast of characters. In her upcoming book, Under the Viaduct: Memories of Life in the Manor and Beyond (Book Street Press), Low details the environmental and social challenges she and others who grew up in the Manor faced, as well as chilling stor... more
  • 979-8-59790-049-0

    by Greg Stidham
    An introspective look at how the experiences of a pediatric ICU physician, his encounters with critically ill children and their families, moments of "sudden intimacy" and ultimately "blessings." Intertwined with these poignant stories are stories of his life as a father and grandfather, many of which contain humor which balances the more somber ones. In the end, the book is an uplifting testament to goodness in life and reason for optimism.
  • 18, an unschooling experience

    by marta obiols llistar
    When early childhood and elementary teacher Marta Obiols Llistar became disappointed with her local school system, she took action. Disillusioned with the so-called normal life, she embarked on a journey into a new life of unknowns. In her memoir, Obiols tells of her endeavor to unschooling her three children until the eldest turned 18.
  • Letters to Men of Letters

    by Noah Charney
    Have you ever wanted to write a letter to an author who was important to you? In her Letters to Men of Letters, Diane Joy Charney writes to the authors she admires, both living and dead, who continue to keep her company. Among these are Leonard Cohen, Franz Kafka, Marcel Proust, Vladimir Nabokov, Albert Camus, Gustave Flaubert, Balzac, Christo, the author’s father, and André Aciman. This book features letters both real and imaginary that Charney has written to literary figures with whom sh... more
  • LOVE : The Importance

    by Vaidehi Maniyar
    Here, In this book the story depicts about the impartial and immortal feeling, which is Love. As this feeling is way much stronger, although it entirely have a responsibility of understanding and giving sacrifices. But as the saying goes karma will always be back. Will this sacrifice give them back their well wishes? Will the Karma be back for their deeds?
  • Let Me be Your Voice

    by Shano Seamand
    Shano Seamand is a young female living with a rare genetic disease called Friedreichs Ataxia (FA). She was a healthy able-bodied child until the age of 13 when the diagnosis was made. Having struggled to find a public voice for the disease, Shano hopes to become that voice of hope and inspiration to those also suffering from FA and other degenerative diseases. After struggling for years to find the right support, Shano is unwavering in her journey to get better and prove others wrong. Through ha... more
  • Perfect Love: One Woman's Journey from Flesh to Faith: A Musical Memoir

    by Shari Hall
    God? I can’t feel him, touch him, see him, or hear him, so how can he be, and what could he ever want with me?” Illegitimate, poor, bi-racial in 1960s America – searching for an identity and unconditional love. As she recalls a childhood trauma and hair straightening “torture” sessions, we feel her heartache, pain, and sense of not being good enough. A critical choice leads her down a path of self-destruction as she denies her authentic self in search of wealth and worthiness. Fleeing to Austral... more
  • The Eaglestar Prophecy

    by John Milor
    The end of the age is upon us. Soon the heavens will be shaken, and the battlefield of an ancient war will make its way to the earth. The fabric of time and space trembles full of fractures under the strain of warring battalions, yet we of earth sit in stillness, in a quiet sector of our universe, primarily unaware of the forces about to embark upon us.. Through the thinning veil, both the darkness, and the light are penetrating. And while the world becomes subtly entrenched in clouds of dark... more
  • Darkness In The Light Of Day/A True Survivor Story

    by Robert Ray
    This heartfelt memoir immerses the reader in the world of the Tug Eagle and its crew, and takes you moment by moment through the ordeal that Ray survived due to incredibly quick thinking and the heroic efforts of the U.S. Coast Guard. Compelling, heartbreaking, and deeply honest, this story of endurance and courage in unthinkable circumstances will stay with you long after you turn the final page.
  • MIDNIGHT FLIGHT TO NUREMBERG. CAPTURE OF THE NAZI WHO PUT ADOLPH HITLER INTO POWER.

    by Marcus A. Nannini
    MIDNIGHT FLIGHT TO NUREMBERG. CAPTURE OF THE NAZI WHO PUT ADOLPH HITLER INTO POWER. Midnight Flight to Nuremberg details the WWII Experiences of C-47 Pilot/Instructor First Lieutenant Harry E. Watson, Jr., a veteran of 27 Combat Missions, three Air Medals recipients, and seven Battle Stars. 10-year-old Harry Watson was stuck, head-first, at the top of an abandoned coal mine. Fighting a blinding snowstorm, his mom struggled to the top of the rock pile, pushed Harry through the narrow openin... more
  • Mother Knows Best: A Memoir

    by Pamula Floyd
    Mother Knows Best is a remarkable memoir of resilience, perseverance, and miracles. In 1994, The Wall Street Journal published an article called “Dying for Milk: Some Mother’s Trying in Vain to Breast-Feed, Starve Their Infants.” Chaz Floyd was one of those infants. He may not have died from insufficient milk syndrome, but it did take his life. His mother spent a lot of time arguing with and praying to God. What happened to Chaz was purely preventable, if only doctors and nurses had listened whe... more
  • Learning to Dance in the Rain II

    by Shelby Wagner
    Everyone wants to love and be loved. But what happens when the one you love dies? Or you discover he/she is only after your money? When we are in love, life is fun and exciting. But when that love is lost, it is devastatingly painful. Author and educator, Shelby Wagner, has experienced both situations, and in her book, "Learning to Dance in the Rain II, " she offers insights and strategies which will be beneficial to all mature singles who desire a change. Those who buy and read her book, are ... more
  • Memoirs of a Bible Smuggler

    by Jeana Sue Kendrick
    Memoirs of a Bible Smuggler is a true story set during the Cold War, an era when Christians who resisted the Communists’ godless decrees faced prison or death. A naïve housewife in the Texas piney woods, Kendrick dreamed of being a Bible smuggler. She and her husband began praying an extra hour in the evenings. They were soon overseas, smuggling Bibles to Christians hungry for God’s Word. Through Door of Hope International, the Kendricks developed a network of trained couriers to deliver Bibles.... more

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