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Memoir

  • Unravelings

    by Sarah Cheshire

    In her short debut memoir "Unravelings," Sarah Cheshire use s fragmentation, lyrical verse, flashback, and scavenged primary source documents to recreate a Title IX procedure she was involved in in college after becoming intimately involved with a trusted creative writing professor and mentor. By reentering the complex psychological landscape of this  intimate yet taboo relationship, Cheshire attempts to raise questions about external powers' need for clarity in narrative, ... more

  • Wrestling the Dragon: How I Fought Diabetes and Won

    by AJ Cunder

    A diabetes diagnosis will be life-altering. 

    But it doesn't have to be life-shattering. 

    This is my story. The story of how I learned to conquer the beast that lives inside of me despite the struggles and obstacles, the needles and finger-sticks, the desperation and disappointment. A story of how I (and my parents) managed my type I diabetes since I was diagnosed at the age of seventeen months; how my father and mother first encountered the dragon--how it nearly... more

  • The Monster That Ate My Mommy

    by Jessica Aiken-Hall
    Mothers are supposed to love their children unconditionally, but what if they can’t? “Your own mother doesn’t love you—what makes you think anyone else will?” These words haunted the author and affected every decision she made. If she wasn’t good enough for her mother’s love, what was she worthy of? In The Monster That Ate My Mommy, Jessica Aiken-Hall takes the reader on her quest to find love and uncover the root of her suffering. In this courageous memoir, we learn the importance of l... more
  • Fire Bone! A Maverick Guide to a Life in Journalism

    by Robert W. Bone
    Life story of a journalist who traveled the world in the practice of his craft.
  • God's Patient Pursuit of My Soul

    by Chris Manion
    Her soul’s longing for God hungered for more than an hour at church each Sunday. Chris Manion found herself climbing the heights of worldly success while God pulled her deeper into Himself. How could she balance the two extremes? One day, on a bench deep in the woods, everything changed. This cutting-edge memoir from a surprisingly down-to-earth, humble business leader points directly to Christ for the gifts and grace that helped her rise as a leader and wise mentor to her $20 million business ... more
  • God's Patient Pursuit of My Soul ISBN 978-1-68314-066-5

    by Chris Manion
    What makes this memoir cutting edge is the surprising down-to-earth, humble nature of this business leader who points directly to Christ for the gifts and grace that helped her act as a spiritual guide and wise mentor to her $20 million business team. This deeply personal story will change readers’ lives as they discover how to awaken to God's voice deep within them.
  • Tears To Laughter Embracing the Future Without Forgetting the Past

    by Debra Davis Hinkle
    Through short stories, poetry, journal entries and reflective narrative, Debra Davis Hinkle and Jim Leonard have created a rich and unique expression of the range of emotions, spiritual questions and insights, which accompany grief. Whether it is the death of a loved one, beloved pet or pre-death losses like Alzheimer's. Their writings show the capacity of the human spirit to resolve and evolve. They also illustrate how writing can be a source of comfort and inspiration. The authors movingly gui... more
  • Marshall's Gully

    by Paul Counelis
    'Marshall spoke like a teenage hustler, fast and loose and with a knowing gleam in his eyes. The first words he said when he came into the house pretty much set the tone for my friendship with him: “So…what do you guys do for fun?”' MARSHALL'S GULLY is the touching and haunting true story of some strange nights in a big grey house, a little hill hiding the secrets of the gully, a group of teenagers left to navigate it all on their own...and a series of friendships forged in the freedom of you... more
  • The Colors of Dawn: Secrets Within

    by Dawn Bowe
    A true story about a young girl who grew up on a beautiful tropical island, but other than the scenery, nothing else was tropical about it. She had to endure child abuse, abandonment, low-self esteem, and bullying; all while trying to find hope in the tormented world she lived in.
  • Adderall Blues

    by Brian J. Robinson
    Adderall Blues is a catalyst for change in the educational system. This first person account of ADHD is among the only books to offer a non-clinical perspective of ADHD where we can all understand on a deeper level the blessing and the curse that is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Seen through the eyes of one of literatures' most outlandish characters, a greater connection with those afflicted with the pathologically wondering mind society loves to label is felt and processed from an a... more
  • 978-1-52196-914-4

    by Toni McCloe
    Dear Elvis is a story about a woman who, after learning about the death of a beloved friend, turns to her childhood idol for guidance. In a series of letters to Elvis, she describes her overwhelming sense of loss and disbelief. Along the way she meets a complete stranger, a priest named Father Chris, who encourages to continue to search for answers and sends her on an unforgettable journey to Graceland.
  • 978-1-52196-914-4

    by Toni McCloe
    Dear Elvis is a story about a woman who, after learning about the death of a beloved friend, turns to her childhood idol for guidance. In a series of letters to Elvis, she describes her overwhelming sense of loss and disbelief. Along the way she meets a complete stranger, a priest named Father Chris, who encourages to continue to search for answers and sends her on an unforgettable journey to Graceland.
  • InDia

    by Olga Dia

    I searched for God and found only myself.
    I searched for myself and found only God.

    - Rumi

    Regardless of the colour of our skin, our religion or what sort of plate we eat our evening meal from, we all ask ourselves the same questions: what is the meaning of life? Why has this or that happened? Does God exist? But we don't usually think is actually possible to find an answer to these questions. Yet answers there are. I wrote this book with one single goal in mind:... more

  • Sojourn: Volume Eight (The Journals of Meghan McDonnell Book 8)

    by Meghan McDonnell
    In volume eight of this existential and addictive series, McDonnell travels Western Europe for two months, loses a close family friend, and grapples with the meaning of creativity and life purpose. This is a deep dive in to the nature of existence, physicality, addiction, and redemption.
  • Vespers: Volume Six (The Journals of Meghan McDonnell Book 6)

    by Meghan McDonnell
    In volume six in this addictive and vicarious series, McDonnell contends with a boyfriend in spiritual crisis, college, working in a bar, a trip to New York, and reflections on relationships with family and friends.
  • Limbo: Volume Three (The Journals of Meghan McDonnell Book 3)

    by Meghan McDonnell
    Volume three of this addictive and vicarious series spans her search for identity, grappling with life choices and heart ache, and plans for travel to Europe.

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