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Memoir

  • Been There, Done WHAT!

    by John Cameron Smith
    Australian born John Smith never accepted the status quo. Left home at 21 with £65 ($200) and a ticket to Hong Kong with no job prospects. From there worked his way around the world, primarily in advertising, achieving award winning financial success in the USA, sharing his life with beautiful women and stray dogs. Returned home at 36 to become a papaya farmer, dabbled in real estate and retired at 50 to live in Noosa, Queensland. In 2009, at 69, he pursues an internet romance with a doctor i... more
  • I'm Always Going Somewhere: Mapping in Latin America for the Inter American Geodetic Survey

    by Paul Hauser
    This book is a contribution to the history of mapping and intelligence gathering in Latin America.
  • Sing Every Morning

    by Gwyneth Moss Bragdon
    Although Gwyneth's writings about her cancer journey are sometimes brought into sharp focus by the urgency of living with debilitating illness, there were aspects of that journey that were not unlike what we each encounter, must grapple with, or give praise to throughout our lives: her search for spiritual balance and wholesomeness, her love for the people in her life, and an abiding hope for what the future might bring. In this context, Gwyneth's explorations in words become transcendent as she... more
  • The Naive Woman and Mother

    by Tricia Rintoul
    Her story would empower any woman who has had complexities living with a man obsessed with finances and control leading to abuse and lack of self esteem. She realized the importance of dedicated friendships sticking to her principles to woman and their absolute need of education, a solid career and connected to a partner that includes issues, finances as a duo responsibility.
  • Boomer Tales: Hula Hoops Hippies Hemp and Hijinks

    by LaRue Agresti
    In this engaging memoir, LaRue takes you inside the life of a girl growing up in an eccentric Italian family in 1950's and 60's Chicago, the hippie haven of the Florida Keys, overcoming life's obstacles with a mentally ill mother, being a single mother and caring for aging parents. With her winning writing style, LaRue offers vivid pictures of the unique characters and events that shaped her life, ultimately capturing a scintillating snapshot of the entire baby boomer generation. It is a wild r... more
  • Between Two Harbors: Reflections of a Catalina Island Harbormaster

    by doug oudin
    Doug Oudin served as harbormaster on Catalina Island for thirty-two years. In his memoir, he chronicles his involvement in the death of actress Natalie Wood, his often harrowing and challenging ocean rescues, storm responses, and numerous encounters in the wilds of Catalina Island; both at sea and on land. His story vividly details some rather incredible adventures at sea, as well what it is actually like to live on an offshore island, raise two sons in a unique environment, and interact with ... more
  • 15 Years of War

    by Kristine Schellhaas
    Less than 1% of our nation will ever serve in our armed forces, leaving many to wonder what life is really like for military families. He answers the call of duty in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Pacific; she keeps the home fires burning. Worlds apart, and in the face of indescribable grief, their relationship is pushed to the limits. 15 Years of War: How the Longest War in U.S. History Affected a Military Family in Love, Loss, and the Cost Of Service provides a unique he said/she said perspectiv... more
  • The Toaster Oven Mocks Me

    by Steve Margolis

    Does your toaster oven make you feel shamefully inadequate with his lofty ideals and Jeffersonian views of the world? Is the letter Q the wrong shade of yellow? Are you frequently bothered by abstract images and geometric shapes falling from the sky?

    This humorous memoir chronicles Steve’s discovery, concealment, and eventual acceptance of synesthesia; a peculiar condition where one sense is stimulated, but two senses respond.

  • (Audio) Ginny and Me: Reflections of What God Can Do

    by Christine Walters

    Abuse is damaging. It comes from cycles of abusive behaviors learned and repeated through generations. Because of shame and embarrassment, many people do not speak about the cruelty they endured. In my case, most of the abuse I suffered resulted from my mother's mental illness. For my entire life, people told me to excuse my mom's abuse because she was mentally ill. However, mental illness does not give anyone the right to abuse you (in particular, your child). 

    Ginny had c... more

  • (2nd Edition) Ginny and Me: Reflections of What God Can Do - Inspirational Memoir

    by Christine Walters
    Abuse is damaging. It comes from cycles of abusive behaviors learned and repeated through generations. Because of shame and embarrassment, many people do not speak about the cruelty they endured. In my case, most of the abuse I suffered resulted from my mother’s mental illness. For my entire life, people told me to excuse my mom’s abuse because she was mentally ill. However, mental illness does not give anyone the right to abuse you (in particular, your child). Ginny had childhood paranoid sch... more
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    by Karen Lynn Suffern
  • Leukaemia Unveiled

    by Chanel Wewege
    Description of Book: Seventeen years old and faced with the most difficult situation of my young life. The only problem was that I had no idea what was actually wrong with me. Leukaemia? What is that? It’s cancer. ‘Am I going to die?’, she asked. The immediate response to being diagnosed with such a horrifying disease is ‘Fear!’ So much anxiety kicks in and even my parents could not provide definite answers. Suddenly I was shown a whole new world. My bedroom became a hospital isolation roo... more
  • "START"

    by BARRY FINNERTY

    An existential, comic, unapologetic and madcap escapade of an anti-hero (noted jazz guitarist Barry Finnerty) who journeys into the seamy downside of New York in 1994. "I took all the craziest stuff I could remember that happened during my 25 years living, playing, struggling, and partying there,” says Finnerty, “and condensed it all into a few months. Most of it is fictionalized, but certain parts - such as the experiences with Miles Davis, the Crusaders, the Brecker Br... more

  • Holes in my Shoes

    by Alice Breon
    Journey back eighty years to a time of drugstore soda fountains, penny candy, homemade root beer, and ten-cent movies. Visit an era when people enjoyed such simple pleasures as sitting on the front porch, visiting with neighbors in the evening while the children played “kick the can” in a street devoid of traffic. What was life like in a world that had no television, cell phones, answering machines, computers, DVDs, electronic games, microwaves? Were those people happy? Yes, in spite of the Grea... more
  • The Confessions of a Failed Rock Star: (A Drop of Sherry)

    by Maximilian Kidd
    My name is Maximilian Kidd, and I have been called an alcoholic womanizer more times than I can remember. And that was by the people who liked me. I may well have been both those things, worse and more, but what I really wanted to be was a Rock Star. Join me at the bottom end of rock n roll. A story of drunken debauchery outlining what and who influenced me in my songwriting. But also a tale of five misfit losers, the lifelong friendships that were formed, and how we went from rehearsing in m... more
  • Little Cabin on the Trail

    by Denise Voccola
    Little Cabin on the Trail inspires folks to assign great value to their seemingly insignificant memories and encourages them to use those memories to become their family storytellers. It will certainly entertain readers with its view into one very ordinary family’s life; but more importantly, it will help them realize that they, too, have stories begging to be told—better stories . . . because they are theirs.

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