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  • Any Excuse for a Party

    by Ange Hilstron
    This is a brief history of my life, woven around Christmas and our family’s love of partying, decking the halls, and feasting. Although in recent years the idea of Christmas has become associated with largess, I have always loved the lead-up to the event, the aromas, and the feeling of expectation that the Season brings. The fairy lights, music, and joy combine to make this season like no other. Any excuse for a party!
  • Thanks for the Great Flight

    by Captain James F. "Jim" Vaughan
    I never considered I would become an airline pilot. It was always " too expensive "or "took too much time", or I would not be hired "with-out a four college degree". Perhaps because " I wore eye-glasses..." I was content to offer Flight Instruction in my community, and did quite well teaching new low time private pilot students, and Advanced certificate pilots. I have been employed by six airlines, and the only reason I was hired at each one was because the airline needed pilots to operate the a... more
  • A Survivor Story

    by Ingrid Morgan
    It is about life obstacles and how to deal with them and still smile. My book will change your perspective on life and to no that I have survived and lived to tell my story it will inspire you to go out there and do wonderful things and enjoy being most important you.
  • Not Done, Not Done, Not Done BURNT

    by Gillian Clark
    Chef Gillian Clark is at the end of her rope. Her checkered career in food has come to a complete halt. Maybe that's not a bad thing. It seems like the business these past few years has been rubbing her the wrong way. She's lost her way and forgotten why she started cooking in the first place. She left marketing to get away from the work day that set her innards a blaze and had her reaching for antacid. Now the making and selling of food has her reaching for harder stuff-taxes are passed due, th... more
  • Finding Joe Adams: Overcoming Great Odds A Son Searches For His Father

    by Joe Field
    In 2017 I found a father I never knew & 7 new siblings, though never adopted. This meeting was featured on national television & over a million people saw it (Google "87 year old Air Force vet reunites with son"). Finding him unlocked a storehouse of emotions & I wrote my memoir in two months, though two years of edits & rewrites followed. The book speaks to how I found him, how they received me, and largely about my preceding rather adventurous, tough life without a dad (sprinkled with faith el... more
  • Out of the Pantry: A Disordered Eating Journey

    by Ronni Robinson
    Ronni Robinson is pushing 40, stuck at home raising two kids, and is inhaling everything and anything in her pantry. For thirty years, from the day her mom first hid the cookies, through tween years, adolescence, and an abusive first marriage, Ronni's been secretly bingeing while trying to appear normal. All she wants is to live a life free of her crippling obsession before she becomes a slave to food forever.
  • A River Runs Under It: 40 Years on a Houseboat in Oregon

    by Andrea Carlisle
    In A River Runs Under It: 40 Years on a Houseboat in Oregon, Andrea Carlisle looks back at how she came to find her place on a floating home outside of Portland. Although she originally thought her life on the river would be a few years at most, she found herself staying on despite hardships and inconveniences, including a family of beavers living in her basement. The book contains a glossary of houseboat terminology with funny and poignant anecdotes helping to define each term. Photos of houseb... more
  • From Truth With Truth

    by Lawrence Lindell
    From Truth With Truth is a graphic memoir from cartoonist Lawrence Lindell about identity, mental health and healing. In the book you will find definitions to mental health conditions, a look at what it’s like for a child going into adulthood dealing with the unstableness of having to constantly move, and navigate his mental health issues, identity and tragedy. The story journeys through Lindell’s life growing up in a Black baptist church, being a child of divorce, navigating life living w... more
  • 9781393331858

    by Elle Mott
    In this e-book, discover how, why, and where to volunteer. It is divided into easy-to-read chapters to explore a multitude of volunteering ideas, including a chapter on virtual volunteering and a chapter dedicated to teens. It concludes with a bibliography of more than 25 website links to further help make an informed decision with volunteering choices. Bonus chapters come from the author’s blog, in which she shares heartfelt dedication and momentum in our call to action. Together, we can make o... more
  • 978-1633372061

    by Elle Mott
    A harrowing true story of choices and consequences. As a teenager, Elle Mott descended into hopelessness. Her life as a criminal and a vagrant led her deeper into the darkness. Balancing multiple identities, the more secrets she kept, the more lies she needed. She sheds personas, rebelling against who she was and who she's becoming, but thousands of hitchhiked miles can't distance her from the crushing expectations of her great-grandmother's legacy. Until she surrenders to herself, she will ne... more
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  • Fastlane: My Japanese Roadster on the Information SuperHighway

    by James Chandler
    Fastlane takes you back to the beginnings of the Internet. Entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business managers, and investors -- no one knew where this would lead us. Yet we knew it was big. Instant millionaires were made overnight, elated yet uncertain that their paper fortunes from this dream world would be there at the morning’s opening bell. Chandler takes us first hand, first person into the excitement, chaos, and “irrational exhuberance” of that pivotal time. As the Director of Bu... more
  • Red, White, and the Blues: A Long and Hard Ride over Treacherous Terrain

    by John R. Hall
    “Keep the shiny side up.” Biker, street performer, cab driver, magician, IT/IS specialist, long-haul trucker, soldier, and oil field worker John Richard “Little Ricky” Hall has done damn near everything in this life—and taken more than his fair share of hard knocks in the process. Red, White, and the Blues is both a riveting account of a fateful cross-country motorcycle ride and a searing indictment of the American dream. In 2011, North Dakota’s Bakken oil boom was turning the earth (literal... more
  • Aiming High: How a Prominent Sports and Celebrity Agent Hit Bottom at the Top

    by Darren Prince
    Aiming High is the astonishing story of sports and celebrity agent Darren Prince, who battled addiction while representing some of the most iconic figures in the world. After a drug overdose, many demoralizing nights, and mornings where he couldn't get out of bed without a prescription in hand, Darren hit rock bottom at the top--and in the process discovered the true meaning of success.
  • OFF THE RECORD: Confessions of a Media Consultant

    by Jim Cameron
    You think witty soundbites come naturally to slick corporate executives appearing on TV? Jim Cameron's funny and insightful tales about his 40 years as a news reporter, media trainer and public relations consultant pulls back the curtain on public relations tricks and techniques. You'll get the inside scoop on how Jim Cameron prepares spokespersons to match wits with skeptical reporters on television, radio, newspapers and online. Readers in the business of influencing the news media will receiv... more
  • Fostering and Us

    by Marie Coady
    It covers their years of fostering, all the ups and downs, and how fostering affected their daily lives and the amount of enjoyment and happy memories they have. It is also written to acknowledge the amount of support they received from their family, friends, and neighbours.