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  • Rebel in High Heels

    by Charlotte Laws
    Rebel in High Heels is a memoir about Dr. Charlotte Laws—“the Erin Brockovich of revenge porn”—who was voted one of the “30 fiercest women in the world.” She fought a dangerous war against “the most hated man on the Internet” to protect her daughter and other victims. She was bombarded with death threats and computer viruses and targeted by a stalker who appeared at her home. But who is this woman that MSNBC calls a hero? In addition to detailing her gripping revenge porn fight, this book chro... more
  • Undercover Debutante: The Search for My Birth Parents and a Bald Husband

    by Charlotte Laws

    Dr. Charlotte Laws—“the most well-known unknown”—is a TV star, best-selling author, and world-renowned advocate for women, animals, and the LGBTQ community. NBC News calls her a “crusader.” BuzzFeed voted her one of the 30 fiercest women in the world, and MSNBC labels her a “hero.” But who is this former Atlanta debutante who gave up riches for hardship, who gave up security to become a penniless single mom with an assault rifle pointed at her b... more

  • True Tales of a Traveller: The Long Way Home

    by Alix Lee
    True Tales of a Traveller is a series of stories consisting of several dozen traveller’s tales covering over three decades. Although presented in a short story format for reading convenience, these stories are not fiction. Apart from some of the characters’ names which have been changed to protect their identities, everything in these stories is true.
  • Riding on Hope and Strength

    by Tiffany Gross
    Riding on Hope and Strength takes you on a harrowing journey as Tiffany recounts the events that happened as a result of a devastating and tragic car accident. As she was led down a tumultous road involving her struggle to unravel the mystery behind traumatic brain injury, Tiffany brings to life Marvin's recovery in a very personal and candid way. Her personal account demonstrates her unending love and dedication, her loyalty to him never wavering, as she stayed by his side every step of the way... more
  • 'til Health Do Us Part: One Woman's Extraordinary Story of Healing

    by Julie Rooney

    Julie Rooney was forty-eight years old in the summer of 2010, and to anyone looking in from the outside, she appeared to be living the dream. She and her husband owned houses in Silicon Valley and Hawaii, flew first class and stayed in five-star hotels. Their four children were all in college.

    But Julie was on her last legs. She suffered from Addison’s disease, Crohn’s colitis, diabetes and hypothyroidism, and after years of synthetic steroids she weighed almost 200 pounds. ... more

  • Lately Lesbian

    by J. D. Simmons
    Good Southern girls follow the rules and walk down predictable paths. Jenna predictably married Paul and believed in happily ever after. Although Jenna played by all the rules, she had no idea the tragic turns that her life would take. She needed the support of her husband, his shoulder to cry on, and strong arms to hold her, but he cast an absentee ballot most of the time. Then out of the blue, Jenna crossed paths with a young woman and her life changed in ways that she never could have imagine... more
  • No Wonder Land

    by Amy Sommer Anderson
    No Wonder Land is a memoir about the power of love as a weapon and how sexual abuse is something we all have in common as opposed to a hashtag that sets its victims apart.
  • Nothing Special - Just A Life: A 60-something year old looks back on life

    by John E Budzinski
    What is the headline of your obituary. What is the lead? What epitaph gets chiseled on your grave stone? What are your stories? They may be just stories, but good stories are good stories - especially when they help you remember yours.. Nothing Special - Just A Life -- or was there more to the story ...
  • Gabriel, or The Long Love Affair of the Virgin Mary

    by Micheline Laguilhomie
    Gabriel, or The Long Love Affair of the Virgin Mary, is a tale of alchemy. It covers the period of the rise of fascism and World War II in France, and much later, in the U.S. and in France, the period of the '60s with student protests, the battle for civil rights of African Americans and the phenomenon of hippyism. M. Laguilhomie's story is deeply influenced by the psychology of C.G. Jung and his method of analysis of dreams which transformed her life from her 30s on, led her to a new professio... more
  • The Cellars and Ceilings of Summer — The Autobiography of Trance Medium Summer Bacon

    by Summer Bacon
    Summer was twenty-two months old when she had her first awareness of herself as a spiritual being and consciously decided, "I'm going to find out what this truth thing is about once and for all." Her breathless journey to the heart is filled with incredible, and sometimes terrifying, paranormal experiences (astral travel, alien encounters, ghost-busting, the channeling of hundreds of spirits—including a band of frisky pirates) plus the challenges of rape, spousal abuse and near poverty. An encou... more
  • Lost and Found In Spain: Tales of An Ambassador's Wife

    by Susan Solomont
    When her husband was appointed by President Barack Obama to be U.S. Ambassador to Spain and Andorra, Susan Solomont uprooted herself. She left her career, her friends and family, and a life she loved to join her husband for a three-and-a-half-year tour overseas. Part memoir and part travelogue, Solomont learns the rules of a diplomatic household; goes on a culinary adventure with some of Spain’s greatest chefs; finds her place in the Madrid Jewish community; and discovers her own voice to create... more
  • Paperboys

    by Antonio Commisso
    It's Sunday morning and Tony sits on his outside patio sipping coffee and looking forward to an uneventful day. His wife joins him carrying the morning mail. She flips through and hands him a letter from his sister in Albany, New York. He opens it and finds and obituary along with a short note from his sister. It is an obituary of one of his childhood friends. As he stares at the picture his mind reflects back to 1962 when he Jimmy and Paul were Paperboys and an event that... more
  • Iran from Crown to Turbans

    by Gail RoseThompson
    Iran from Crown to Turbans depicts how life in Iran today, under the Islamic Repoublic, differs from life during the reign of Shah Mohamad Reza Pahlaiv. It paints a beautiful picture where Iranians live a life as modern and tech oriented as we do in the West. By its conclusion the book iradicates uninformed noise about Iran, its revolution, its system of government and its people.
  • We Fly Away

    by J. V. Whittenburg
    They were seven brothers and two sisters, raised in sharecropper poverty. They escaped crop-destroying sandstorms - taking different paths and carving out separate niches as their family saga unfolded. It is a remarkable story of the legacy of a man who was poorly equipped to be a father, a beautiful, proud, undaunted mother, her seven “suns” and two daughters and their uniquely individual responses to the life and circumstances into which they were born. Theirs is a story of heart-rending trag... more