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  • No More Dodging Bullets

    by Amy Herrig
    After overcoming a heroin addiction in her teenage years and striving to move forward, Amy Herrig faced an entirely different addiction twenty years later: money. She and her father, Jerry Shults, were thriving as the owners of the Gas Pipe stores in Dallas, Texas, as well as other successful businesses, when a government lawsuit threatened to take everything: their businesses, their money, and their freedom. Accused of crimes she hadn’t committed, Amy spent the next four years fighting to stay ... more
  • Behind The White Picket Fence

    by Danielle Dempsey
    Danielle Dempsey was bright, optimistic and brimming with potential, everything seemed perfect, but behind closed doors was a different story. A collection of memories, each told as a short story, dives into tales of sexual abuse, dark family secrets, divorce, depression, and more all while watching over her two younger brothers. Will Danielle be able to preserve her brothers' childhood from the shadows lurking in the dark or will she lose her own?
  • Love at the Border, An Adoption Memoir from Mexico

    by Anna Maria DiDio
    On Sunday, Priscilla was a seven-year-old orphan living in Mexico. On Monday, she found herself in suburban Philadelphia beginning a new life. Instead of a happy ending, Priscilla cried and pleaded in Spanish to return to the woman who raised her. Priscilla loses her language and ability to love and embarks on a journey to reclaim them both. This true story of love, loss, trust, and survival is a powerful testament to family and our need to belong.
  • HARLEY TRACKS: Across Vietnam to The Wall

    by Mike Rinowski
    Harley Tracks conveys an essence of American character; that of a free-spirited and patriotic nature. An obligation consumed my work, and then my life, with an epic ride; 41,000 miles alone across Vietnam on a Harley Davidson to honor fallen veterans. After four and a half years, the ride rolled full circle across America to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. Without serendipity it would not have been.
  • How He Robbed Me of My Three Baby Daughters

    by Maggie Colombe
    I wrote this book for my daughters as a record of the life that we all had before their father (now dead) took them away from me and our lives changed forever. Their dad was a college lecturer and he eloped with a young schoolgirl who he later married. My children were between one and five when this happened.. They were brought up in Copenhagen and it was seventeen years before we met again.
  • Preserving Memories

    by Joanne Fletcher Slaughter


    1 -part my favorite recipes 

    4 -parts recipes from family and friends

    5 -parts memories and background of recipes


    Food-related quotations


    1. Blend my recipes with those from family & friends.

    2. Add memory or background with each recipe.

    3. Divide recipes into categories: aperitifs, savories, breads,      soups, salads, sides, brunch, entrees, preserves, & sweets.

    4. Ad... more

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    by santosh kumar
    The manufactured from advanced publicizing tutoring in laxmi nagar places beforehand good enough learning and making geared up on the ones highlights on this manner that the hazard may be a ground-breaking automatic marketer. Digital Marketing makes use of digital gadgets to commercial center devices or companies, and it ought to be possible on the net or detached. Progressed displaying has not anything to do with the net or Google. Advanced Marketing is an umbrella time period for the large maj... more
  • Enchanted - Reflections from a Joyfully Green and Frugally Rich Life

    by Holly Jorgensen
    Holly Jorgensen lives simply and close to the earth, with passion, serenity, and mindfulness. In Enchanted, she shares her secrets—antidotes to that pressure to buy, buy, buy. Whether rescuing junk or discovering life lessons from a half-wild mustang, a totem pole, or legendary musicians, Holly pursues true value—grace and grit rather than status and glitz. Her stories speak of the circle of life, from using discarded objects to transform a neglected property into a beloved homestead to her frie... more
  • My Mosaic - Discovering Each Spiritual Piece One at a Time

    by Dr. William E. Ward
    See book trailer: My Mosaic - Dr. William E. Ward - You Tube Fact:: Thousands of people exist in a spiritual vacuum once they left formal religion. The above fact encouraged me to share my spiritual and psychological growth in a memoir. It is my belief, supported by numerous studies, that a vast number of people have drifted from a sense of spirituality due, in many cases, to their experience with formal religion. I want the reader to share in my growth from the rigidity of formal religion to... more
  • Blossom: The Wild Ambassador of Tewksbury

    by Anna Carner

    BLOSSOM~THE WILD AMBASSADOR OF TEWKSBURY By Anna Carner Imagine what life would be like to be loved by a not-so-typical wild deer. Think of the discoveries—full of fun, at times terrifying—as awareness blurs nature's wildlife boundaries and friendship grows. This riveting true story describes the astonishing bond created between a beautiful, wild creature and the woman who saved her.

  • Little Victories: A True Story of the Healing Power of Horses

    by Betty Weibel
    Little Victories: A True Story of the Healing Power of Horses is an inspirational story of a young Ohio woman who was paralyzed when a snow-covered roof collapsed on her 25 years ago. In sharing her tale, the book tells the story of how Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center evolved from a classroom idea to one of the nation’s top therapeutic riding centers. Readers, early teen through adult, will see how Debbie Gadus learned to live with disability, and they will get an inside view of the un... more
  • A Light in the Darkness: Transcending Chronic Illness through the Power of Art and Attitude

    by Lisa A. Sniderman
    Diagnosed with a rare, debilitating immune disorder (dermatomyositis (DM)), singer-songwriter Lisa Sniderman struggled to maintain a normal life with a body in revolt. An inspirational story of the healing power of creativity and finding your true purpose, and a light in the darkness to anyone struggling with chronic illness or life challenges.
  • Denied! Failing Cordelia…Book Three: Climbing the Broken Judicial Ladder

    by Tim Whittome
    In Climbing the Broken Judicial Ladder (the final volume in my Denied! Failing Cordelia trilogy, I look in considerable detail at what happened when I shoved the perspective and orders of the Los Angeles Juvenile Dependency Court into a large and prejudicially weighted backpack and attempted to climb the California judicial ladder. This climb would take me on a legal journey through the California Court of Appeal (Second Appellate District) to the rarefied atmosphere of the California Supreme Co... more
  • The Mountain Within

    by Frances Sinclair-Kaspick
    Canadian, Out of trauma, born physically disAbled, North American Indian. Born into poverty, raised in a large single parent home by my Grandmother. Growing up in an unsafe neighborhood, dodging preditors, addictions, my biggest fear, I'd either succumb to the lifestyle or never make it out of the jungle. My story talks of humble early beginnings and striving to become fiercely independent. Becoming self-sufficient as a young adult, was a great relief and feeling to know, "I'm going to make it... more
  • Hurricane Harvey Lowku

    by Elaine Parker Adams
    When Hurricane Harvey ravished Houston in 2017, Elaine Parker Adams was evacuated from her flooded home to a retirement community. The following months nearly overwhelmed her--rebuilding a home, recovering from cancer surgery and radiation therapy, and mourning the loss of a dear sister. Writing allowed her to cope. Her memoir actually is a collection of lowku poems with descriptive narratives. Lowku is a form of haiku that focuses on social issues rather than nature. The book has five sect... more