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Memoir

  • 978-1-942661-42-9

    by Cindy Rasmussen
    This is a story of a family journey growing up with an autistic family member, from the perspective of a Mom. It is also Steven's story from birth until the present as a man in his 40's. It is an honest portrayal of living with autism on a daily basis. There are no magic cures and no perfect solutions, but it is a story of hope and encouragement. Knowing Steven through this story helps readers to have a greater understanding and acceptance of others like him.
  • Watching Their Dance: Three Sisters, a Genetic Disease and Marrying Into a Family at Risk for Huntington's

    by Therese Crutcher-Marin
    Would you marry the man you adored if you knew he had a chance of inheriting one of the cruelest diseases on earth? Therese Crutcher is not a risk taker. Through meticulous planning, she eliminates as much uncertainty from her life as she can. Yet during her senior year of college, blithely planning to marry her beloved John Marin, she is suddenly thrown into turmoil when John’s sisters announce they finally know what killed their mother, institutionalized when her four children were all under ... more
  • Gubba - Confessions of an American Streamer

    by Gubba

    Gubba - Confessions of an American Streamer reveals the inner workings of a high-profile online Twitch TV stream and the meteoric rise to prominence of streamer “Gubba,” leader of the infamous Gubba Squad. This book is as much about the history of gaming in America as it is about the adventures of a young female streamer. Readers get a glimpse into the not-so-distant future, when videogames are like software apps that play in our minds rather than on our phones. Online streams&mda... more

  • Finding Paradise: Leilani Farm Sanctuary of Maui

    by Laurelee Blanchard
    Finding Paradise: Leilani Farm Sanctuary chronicles Laurelee Blanchard’s unique journey from corporate America to nonprofit animal rescue. Her story is inspiring, devastating, instructive, heroic, and unforgettable. The story—enhanced by stunning photographs—begins by taking readers on a tour of Laurelee’s life running a sanctuary for rescued farm animals such as goats, pigs, and chickens in Hawaii. It quickly rewinds the clock beginning with her harrowing childhood, a highly successful care... more
  • The Island

    by Pete Healey
    "The Island", Gives the reader a glimpse of 20th century ranching on Santa Rosa Island, Calif. At 53, 000 acres, Santa Rosa is the second largest of the eight Channel Islands and is 30 miles off the coast of Santa Barbara. This book tells some stories of four long-time Island residents, their humor and integrity that is only unique to a cattle operation in the ocean. These stories are fun and interesting and give a good historical account of Santa Rosa Island from 1843 to present time.
  • Where Is Home?: How a Childhood in East Germany During World War II Shaped My Adult Life

    by Anneros Valensi
    World War II interrupted Anneros Valensi's childhood. Born in East Germany in 1938, she was just six years old when the war and its fallout struck her and her family. In Where is Home? she shares the story of how she survived the miseries of war. In a narrative told from the perspective of a six-year-old child, this memoir shares the realities of what life was like during that time and what needed to be done to stay alive. Valensi tells the stories of war, beginning with the cruel Russian occupa... more
  • As My Mother Would Say: Como Decia Mi Mama

    by Judith V. Valles
    As My Mother Would Say . . . is about being raised in a conservative Mexican Family that valued the traditions and sayings of Mexico. The proverbs or "dichos" were a daily dose of teachings from my mother. We believed she made them up as situations arose and it was not until we began using the "dichos" as adults, that other people we met from Mexico could relate, laugh and say "my grandma used to say that" These "dichos are not so common anymore among young Mexican families and at the request of... more
  • Destination Dachshund: A Travel Memoir: Three Months, Three Generations & Sixty Dachshunds

    by Lisa Fleetwood
    Not just a book about pets. Not just a book about loss. And not just a book about travelling and broadening the mind. Destination Dachshund rolls them all into one and takes you on a journey much further than the European adventure depicted within its pages. It is a book about coming to terms with loss of family and of much-loved family pets. It is a book filled with fun and laughter, even amidst the pain and heartache of bereavement. And above all it is a book about the love of a family. ... more
  • Side-Yard Superhero: Life Lessons from an Unlikely Teacher

    by Rick D. Niece, Ph.D.
    Although life’s journey takes him far from his childhood home, Rick D. Niece, Ph.D., never forgets the people he meets and the lessons he learns as a young man growing up in picturesque DeGraff, Ohio, population 900. A small-town newspaper boy who becomes a lifelong educator himself, Dr. Niece is deeply touched by the endearing residents of DeGraff who shaped his youth—especially Bernie Jones. Confined to a wheelchair with severe cerebral palsy, Bernie becomes Rickie’s friend, inspiration and s... more
  • The Prodigal Daughter of a King

    by Demetria Mitchell
    Prodigal Daughter of a King is the story of a Christian woman that loss herself in a man. A man that took everything: family, friends, money, house; but most importantly her zeal for the Lover of her soul., Jesus Christ. The question ends with whether she will allow this one person to strip of her identity or does she give her life back to Christ and get back on track for not only her children; but for herself.
  • The Prodigal Daughter of a King

    by Demetria Mitchell
  • Lives of Thai Temple Boys: A Collection of Short Stories from Thailand

    by Maitree Limpichart

    Lives of Thai Temple Boys is a cross-cultural coming-of-age collection of stories based on the author's experiences in the late 1950s and early 1960s as an adolescent temple boy from the South of Thailand then living at a Buddhist temple and going to school in Bangkok.

    Although they very much embody aspects of the culture of Thailand, these stories are also universal and recognizable for the human emotions and relationships they portray. Maitree Limpichart ... more

  • Blades of Grass

    by Mark Aylwin Thomas

    George Aylwin Hogg was a man of remarkable dedication and honour. Though he died in 1945 at the age of thirty, Aylwin's name and legacy is remembered in China to this day, where as a wise and noble friend to the people of China, he immersed himself in the culture and life of the Chinese people whom he served in his mission. In Blades of Grass: The Story of George Aylwin Hogg, author and nephew of the late Mr Hogg, Mark Aylwin Thomas, explores his uncle's own letters and writings and s... more

  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: An Uncertain Journey on Turkey's Lycian Way

    by Michelle Sevigny
    After a turbulent year, Michelle Sevigny heard it as she ran seaside: do more of this. After researching long-distance coastal routes, she prepared to solo hike the 509-kilometre Lycian Way. The journey doesn’t take her where she planned, but as she camps in the wild, gets lost without water and confronts charging sheepdogs, it guides her to exactly where she needs to be. Breaking the Fourth Wall: An Uncertain Journey on Turkey’s Lycian Way is a story about learning to embrace uncertainty, o... more
  • Life After the Down Low

    by Ingrid M. Ellis
    “Life AFTER the Down Low” chronicles the post trauma of a wife deceived by her husband who lived a secret double life as a homosexual. Not only did the youth pastor breach the sanctity of their marriage with countless men but he was also accused of violating the lives of innocent boys he would steward. The grief stages were evident, stress and depression became visible and healing was hard fought. Through her faith in God and determination not to die, Ingrid survived. She uses her voice in “L... more
  • Poor No More: An American Dream

    by Steven Bentley

    Now retired, author Dr. Steven Bentley was a successful emergency physician. But his path in life wasn?t always an easy one. In Poor No More?An American Dream, he shares his story of how he survived a rare birth defect, abject poverty, an alcoholic mother, a KKK father, an abusive children?s home, and a cruel step-mother.

    This memoir tells how Bentley emerged from a difficult childhood and adolescence to practice ER medicine during a time of enormous change in the field and how he ... more

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