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Memoir

  • After the Affair, Re-Membering

    by Emmanuella Raphaelle
    Part memoir, part prose poem, and part inspirational journal, this story is a well crafted redemptive saga of a young mother's fall from grace. The reader experiences the heartbreak of her marriage to an emotionally absent spouse, and her consequent search for comfort in the arms of a lover. We experience her downward spiral of pain as her marriage breaks up, her self esteem shatters, and then slowly she finds her way out of the emotional morass of her life. It is a heartbreaking every woman sto... more
  • My Impossible Life

    by Liza Cheuk May Chan

    A no-holds-barred memoir of a Chinese woman born in Hong Kong under British colonial rule, nurtured and groomed in the 1950's and 1960's in that unique, bi-cultural society, came of age as a lesbian-feminist in New York City while an undergraduate at Barnard College in the 1970's, and proceeded to attain graduate and professional degrees as a “foreign student” in America.  While practicing as a young attorney in Michigan in the early 1980’s, she gain... more

  • Miss Fortune

    by Albina Hume
    Memoir Miss Fortune is a rollicking account of a woman coming of age in modern Ukraine. A story that may inspire others to live their dreams, not their fears.
  • G.R.I.T.T.Y

    by Nakesha Ross
  • An Illusion of Normal

    by Linda Schoonover
    An illusion of Normal is the Best selling memoir of the life of a child whose mother suffers from paranoid schizophrenia. At times shocking and heartbreaking, her story exposes the darkness in a home tormented by a parent's mental illness and the light that shows the way out. An inspirational story for anyone overcoming difficult circumstances.
  • The Portrait Maker

    by Bryan T. Blunt
    THE PORTRAIT MAKER: GOD?S FAITHFUL HAND IN MARRIAGE, CANCER AND CAREGIVING reviews the unlikely intersection at which the lives of two families converged?an intersection at which the life of a child was saved by the man who would later become that child?s father-in-law. The book moves through two youngsters? ill-equipped marriage?recounting the time at which they were called to be Christ?s disciples and the life they then forged for themselves and their children. But much more than that, THE POR... more
  • Footsteps in the Sand

    by William Knippschild
    My book deals with my life from birth until the present time. It is about our family and our problems, our joys and our trials, and tribulations. I try to portray my schooling, my work, and my accomplishments. I did a lot of traveling for my work. I designed and installed SVCs in fourteen different states, fourteen foreign countries, and five Canadian provinces.
  • I Was a Child but Not

    by Deanna Jones
    What if every weekend with my parents was always a time to dread? When you are a child, you naturally expect to feel safe, but that was not my experience. What if your mom was an accessory to the crimes your dad permitted? What if you carry anguish, pain, and devastation of your childhood into your marriage? What if, instead of your dad being a protector, he is instead the one who brings terror into your life?
  • High Water

    by Richard Spitz
    Richard and his two best friends?Ed and Bob?had it all figured out when they left their homes in Kennebunkport, Maine, for the warmer climes of Daytona Beach, Florida. The high schoolers had realized that their parents knew nothing. They could surely make their own decisions. In High Water, Spitz recalls that fateful trip in the 1950s, when gasoline was seventeen cents a gallon, good hamburgers were a quarter, and segregation was commonplace. While he enjoyed many adventures, the boys eventually... more
  • Amazon Wisdom Keeper: A Psychologist's Memoir of Spiritual Awakening

    by Loraine Van Tuyl
    With captivating lyricism, Amazon Wisdom Keeper transports us into the multicultural upbringing and transformation of Loraine Van Tuyl, a clinical psychology graduate student and budding shamanic healer who’s blindsided by startling visions, elusive drumming, and her inseverable mystical ties to the Amazon rainforest of her native Suriname. ​ Is she in the wrong field, or did her childhood dreams, spirit guides, and premonitions somehow prepare her for these challenges? Did Suriname’s militar... more
  • The Client Decides, ISBN 978006928158-7-8

    by Martin London
    Life of litigator who was chairman of major NYC law firm, head of Litigation Department, representing major national figures such as Jackie Onassis, Vice Presidents Spiro Agnew and Humbert Humphrey, and physicians threatened by extremists who championed the murder of gynecologists who provided reproduction health services to women, including legal abortion for those who needed or chose that procedure. Book also details the successful opposition to Donald Trump, Roy Cohn, Laurance Rockefeller, an... more
  • My Pineapples Went to Houston

    by Lee Gaitan
    Heartbreak, Humor and, ultimately, Hope That’s the message that comes through loud and clear in My Pineapples Went to Houston, Lee Gaitan’s personal and powerful tale of surviving a decade of relentless chaos and loss. The “shock and awfulness” began in 2002 when her father died, her mother teetered on the brink of a coma and her husband of 22 years secretly lost all their money and ran off with a stripper. And it was all downhill from there! Then one day in the midst of all the chaos—somewh... more
  • Learning to Play the Game: My Journey Through Silence

    by Jonathan Kohlmeier
    Everyone has fears. A fear of the dark, a fear of heights, or even a fear of the unknown can make leading an otherwise normal life difficult. But what if you were afraid not of the dark or of heights-but of other people? What if you were overcome with paralyzing terror and even pushed to the brink of sickness each time you talked with another person-even though you wanted more than anything to be with and enjoy the company of that person? In Learning to Play the Game: My Journey through Silence,... more
  • The Red Book or Operation Iraqi Freedom is My Fault

    by Brandon Davis Jennings

    Here, we fail to repress the memory of what Brandon Davis Jennings experienced on the night the invincible Iron Mike Tyson was defeated by Buster Douglas. Here together, we are Brandon Davis Jennings. Here, we remember. Here, it follows us. Here, we try to understand pain and memory as it tracks us through our lives, unknowingly shaping and motivating every step forward. Here, we join the Air Force, we travel to the desert, to tech rooms, to Africa, to the sea, to Vegas, to Jap... more

  • Walking With the Enemy

    by C. Read

    Walking With the Enemy: A Testimony is a provocative and highly controversial exposé revealing Read’s struggles and triumphs while “Walking With the Enemy.”

    This true story is about the author’s involvement with a Bible study group that turned out to be a cult remarkably similar to the Branch Davidians of Waco, Texas, led by David Koresh.

    As of 28 February 1993, Read had been with them for some three years, and had grown to love and trust the leaders completely; but after she foun... more

  • Hamza Abdullah: Come Follow Me: A Memoir. the NFL. a Transition. a Challenge. a Change.

    by Hamza Abdullah
    A retired NFL player goes on a journey to find out why NFL players go broke, get divorced and/or commit suicide. What began as misplaced anger transformed into an expedition to accurately assess the perils football players experience when they leave the field of play. In this memoir, Hamza discusses concussions, CTE, PTSD and suicide.

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