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  • Rescue the Teacher, Save the Child!

    by Paula Baack

    The teacher disparity in pay teeters on the tip of the iceberg. How American culture treats teachers, through entitled parents, social media and lack of support from administrators, is the deplorable underbelly of this glacial mass. 

    Navigating the waters of an adolescent accidentally lighting her hair on fire during my class and having a parent threaten my life, I awoke one spring day, the victim of forced retirement. 

     My memoir comes laced with narratives of success, failure, p... more

  • Beating Depression and Bipolar Disorder Without Drugs: A Memoir of Survival in a Male-Dominated World

    by Julia A. Sherman, PhD
    Sherman, a nationally recognized psychologist, shares experiences that women have been keeping secret: sexual assault, #MeToo, depression, sexual pleasure. At last someone who not only writes frankly, but brings science to the personal. Driven from her profession for testifying against a psychiatrist who had sexually abused a patient, she survived, conquering her depression and bipolar disorder. Medicated to near oblivion, she was sustained by her determination to uncover the origin of bipolar d... more
  • Trendsetter: 7 Steps To Radically Standout To Be The Best You

    As an migrant from West Africa, Aisha began being bullied in elementary school and it followed her into high school. As she attempted to fit in she started to follow the bad crowd and found herself failing out of high school in her freshman year. Soon after she was suspended and then expelled because she could not stay out of trouble. In reality she was screaming for attention as she fought through social pressures and low self esteem. This book and workbook combined provides you with the con... more
  • From Wolfenbüttel to Curry’s Rest: A Personal and Professional Memoir

    by John M. Carson
    This compelling and remarkable life story of family, love, and courage takes the reader from an idyllic childhood to a courageous escape from Nazi Germany to a professional career in economics and urban planning that spanned continents, cultures, and history.
  • Treasure Hidden: A Journey of Faith in Christ

    by Pedrameh Manoochehri
    This is the story of my acceptance and commitment to Jesus eight years ago and my faith walk since then.
  • Shedding the Wife: a spiritual journey through divorce

    by madison meadows
    shedding the wife is about a spiritual journey through divorce with inner landscapes of floods and fires the storm becomes a catalyst to self-discovery this book is for all women healing from the wounds of betrayal, neglect, and/or abuse and by doing the inner work empowers us to let go of the past and move forward as a warrior

  • No Ordinary Life: Awakenings in the Final Days of Apartheid

    by Mary Ann Byron
    When Mary, who dreams of travel and adventure, meets Patrick, who has dedicated his life to Foreign Service, the two are a perfect match. The couple marry and set off for his assignment to South Africa. The year is 1992. Nelson Mandela is free, his course set to end apartheid. Patrick's post at the U.S. Embassy in Cape Town is to keep the American diplomatic community safe during what will be two years of political turmoil. Instead of her dream of adventure, Mary struggles with the restricti... more
  • 58 Days: A Wilderness Story

    by Marissa Gould

    Experienced child actress Marissa Gould is looking forward to spending the summer before her senior year of high school at UCLA’s musical theater program in hopes of entering the drama school there as a college freshman. Instead, she is jolted awake one morning by strangers who drag her off to a wilderness character development camp for troubled teens. Until now, Marissa thought she shared an open relationship with her parents. At the wilderness camp, Marissa endures exhausting hikes through ... more

  • Tales of Bus and Subway Riders

    by Peter J Miller
    Pay your fare or purchase a ticket, and then get onboard to take a ride with author Peter J Miller, on the numerous public transit venues across the United States. Become astonishingly aware of the odd, bizarre, and humor-filled circumstances that occur regularly while commuting on any kind of bus, subway, or train. Make the sign of the cross, hoping that you will survive to return from the sublime infinity of public transit.
  • The Reluctant Security Guard

    by Peter J Miller
    Discover the strange and dysfunctional world of the Special Police and Security Guards. Their primary responsibility is to enforce specific rules and protect property in selective areas. Be amused and shocked at the antics and mindset of individuals who must mentally function in this occupation which deals with the most bizarre situations encountered anywhere. You surely will very much enjoy this non-fiction work involving actual experiences of the author, Peter J Miller. Photos are included as ... more
  • DELILAH and Others Like Her

    by Trish Titus
    For all animal lovers and especially pet owners. DELILAH and Others Like Her are memoirs from pet owners whose animals have passed away. They share what it was like adapting to having a pet join their family. When tragedy strikes a pet down, the pain is unbearable. And if a trip to the vet is necessary and the outcome is not what was expected, the denial and grieving process has started. Heartbreaking decisions are made. The nineteen stories shared here hopefully will bring some comfort to yo... more
  • The Nightmare of the Mekong

    by Terry M. Sater

    "The Nightmare of the Mekong" is a gritty account of the Vietnam War, from a sailor who manned automatic weapons in intense combat, on the rivers, streams and canals of the Mekong Delta. It is profoundly personal, with diary entries, and letters to and from home. It includes summaries of official "Operations Reports" and military historical records. The interwoven references to music and news of the day provides a vivid picture of the culture and politics ... more

  • The Girl Who Said Goodbye: A Memoir of a Khmer Rouge Survivor

    by Heather Allen

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia 1975

    The Girl Who Said Goodbye is the story of a young Cambodian girl who has just completed her first year of University when there is a sudden take-over of the violent and ruthless Khmer Rouge Army. Her country is turned upside-down, and the young girl is forced to survive in a world that changes overnight. She bravely faces starvation, labor camps, disease and absurd new rules all while being separated from her mother. Memories of her childh... more

  • 978-1733970600

    by Kevin Rose
    After the horrific events of September 11, 2001, Kevin Rose knew that warfare was inevitable, and he needed to develop a way to help those who served when they returned home. He witnessed how the devastating attacks affected the country’s collective psyche and felt the resulting meteoric rise in his manual therapy clients’ stress levels. Kevin knew if he could build a program to help combat veterans counterbalance stress, people from all walks of life could benefit as well. Calling on a lifet... more
  • A Curious Life: From Rebel Orphan to Innovative Scientist

    by Thomas Haines
    A Curious Life chronicles the remarkable life of preeminent biochemist Thomas Haines. Born in 1933, Haines was barely four when he was sent by court order to The Graham School, an orphanage in Hastings-on-Hudson NY founded in 1806 by Isabella Graham and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton. His trajectory is a series of radical reversals: from penniless orphan to innovative scientist and educator; from right-wing McCarthyite to left-wing activist; founder of the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Educat... more