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  • Africa's Child (Book 1, Dancing Soul Trilogy)

    by Maria Nhambu
    Africa’s Child is told through the eyes of a bi-racial girl growing up in an orphanage in East Africa. When we meet her at age five, she has no idea of her identity or family of origin, much less her tribe. We watch her face challenges and grow as she makes her own way through her love of learning and dance. A powerful coming of age story dealing with issues of race, abuse, abandonment, love and loss.
  • A Pilgrim for Freedom

    by Michael Novakovic
    How did an eleven-year old boy from the ancient city of Split, on the Adriatic coast, who with his family left almost everything when Nazis and Fascists invaded their homeland at the beginning of World War II, grow up to be a United States soldier and a highly successful American businessman? The answer to that question is the story that Michael Novakovic tells in this poignant and charming memoir, A Pilgrim for Freedom. It is one part the account of a refugee family who barely survived explosio... more
  • Hollywood Insanity: Searching For Meaning Where None Exists

    by Roman Lillie
    For industry outsider Roman Lillie, starting in the mailroom and working for a television agent seems like the perfect route to success and a meaningful career in Hollywood. But with over-worked assistants sleeping in their cars and perverted studio executives trying to sleep with young girls, she soon learns surviving in Hollywood is no easy feat. In this candid memoir, Roman gives a behind-the-scenes look at what life is really like in Tinseltown, from cringe-worthy dates to lunatics for bosse... more
  • The Spy and His CIA Brat

    by Carol F. Cini
    “The Spy and His CIA Brat” is a tale of mystery, bonding, and survival in cataclysmic times. Reviewing historical notes, CIA documents, and letters from his parents, the author seeks to decode the secret life of his father, the mysterious Walter Cini. Walter Cini, a grocer’s son not interested in joining the family business opted instead for the arts and world travel. The turning point in Walter’s life was the attack on Pearl Harbor after which Cini, a man with a knack for languages and who pref... more
  • B00CSUJI3A

    by Catherine Townsend-Lyon
    How does a good girl go bad? Based on a true story, told in the author's own words, without polish or prose, this haunting tale of addiction, family secrets, abuse, sexual misconduct, destruction, crime and.... recovery! One day at a time, one page at a time. Learn her remarkable and brave woman's story.
  • Mister B: Living with a 98-Year-Old Rocket Scientist (Revised with New Material)

    by A. Lynn Byk
    In this 2016 Pinnacle Award Winner, Joseph Byk begins school in rope-tied-baggy-pants-poverty. He is every teachers’ dreaded student. Ending his senior year at Woonsocket High, however, he begs a high school counselor to help him make up deficiencies in his math education. Why? Because Joseph aspires to design vehicles that defy gravity. Mister B eventually helps design the space shuttle Gemini, the first moon landing gear.
  • With a Heart for Any Fate

    by Sharon S Atkins
    Woman’s Suffrage. Influenza epidemic. War. See how those three things impact an ordinary American girl as she comes of age during the early decades of the 20th Century. Follow her journey to independence in this historical memoir based upon diaries written by Hazel Hungerford Howland from 1908-1920. With A Heart for Any Fate reveals the story of Hazel’s determination and perseverance to achieve her dream—only to wrestle with a decision which could result in leaving the dream behind. Experien... more
  • Healing Wisdom for a Wounded World: My Life-Changing Journey Through a Shamanic School (Book 2)

    by Weam Namou
    In Book 2 of Healing Wisdom for a Wounded World, Weam Namou takes you through the second year of her apprenticeship in Lynn Andrews’ four-year shamanic school. Join her as she embarks on a deep transformation process. The school’s focus for this year is to understand how to bring form into the world; to experience holding energy and moving it out into the universe; to develop the ability to move energy into objects for healing and sacred work; to learn how to use sacred tools in a powerful way w... more
  • The Last Ten Pounds: One Woman's Journey to Love (by Shedding Fear, Anger, Hatred... and Everything In-Between)

    by Lina Sage

    Lina was six when her live-in uncle first sexually assaulted her, an event heralding years of abuse heaped atop the violence of her alcoholic father. At fifteen, she attempted suicide. By twenty-three, she was free but badly in debt and working for an escort service—until a rich client offered her a way out.

    The Last Ten Pounds is the inspiring, sometimes heartbreaking memoir of Lina Sage, whose Vietnamese parents came to Canada as refugees seeking a better life for their children... more

  • Washed Away

    by Nikki DuBose

    Nikki DuBose is a former model turned author, speaker, and mental health advocate. In her memoir, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light, Nikki recounts her experiences navigating the dark side of the modeling industry, while battling abuse, addiction, and various mental health issues (sexual victimization, eating disorders, alcoholism, drugs, depression, suicide attempts, body dysmorphic disorder, PTSD, psychosis).

    “By my early twenties, I was modeling professionally a... more

  • The Girl from Nip 'n' Tuck

    by Dianne H. Lundy
    Dianne Hollis graduated from college and embarked on a quest to find two things - an ideal job and the perfect man. Time proved that finding either one of them was no easy task. Struggling with difficult classes, unpredictable students, and unreliable men, she managed to keep her sanity by maintaining a sense of humor and putting her trust in God. Inheriting her father's stubborn streak and her mother's strong sense of Christian faith, she was determined to make it in her chosen profession, no m... more
  • The Sea Is Quiet Tonight: A Memoir

    by Michael H Ward
    In this insightful and inspirational memoir, Michael Ward returns to the early years of the AIDS epidemic, when so little was known and so few who were diagnosed survived. He chronicles in candid detail his partner Mark’s decline and eventual death. By looking back on these devastating events, the author not only honors a generation lost to the illness but also opens a vital window onto the past, before medication helped save lives and when HIV/AIDS was usually a death sentence.
  • Secrets of a Nun: My Own Story

    by Elizabeth Upton
    “Secrets of A Nun: My Own Story,” is a revelatory memoir detailing the true life experiences and struggles of Sister Roseann, Elizabeth Upton’s name while she was a nun. It’s a passionate account of faith, hope and service. After devoting years to religious life, Elizabeth’s longing for freedom and freshness drives her to strive for higher education. Just as she had the courage to enter her cloistered convent life, will she also find the courage to leave?
  • Snowballed

    by Kent Madsen
    In 2004, USA today reported on corruption in a small Midwest town, which led to uncovering one of the most diabolical cover-ups in the banking world. Snowballed is a personal narrative recounting this story of a Nebraska town and the corruption that lead to massive illegalities within the company Berkshire Hathaway, one local all-powerful family ruining the lives of farmers and small business owners and the evidence that leads back to men in high places and their deeply seated corruption. This c... more
  • A Return to Chelm

    by Arlene Blaier Burrows
    At the outbreak of World War II, almost half of Chelm's 36,000 residents were Jewish, but only a few hundred survived the war-virtually wiping out a community that had lived for 700 years in southeastern Poland. Eight of Arlene Blaier Burrows' relatives somehow survived. Seventy-two members of her family, however, were killed in the Holocaust. In A Return to Chelm, she goes on a deeply personal journey to learn more about her Blayer and Groman relatives who lived and died. In the process, ... more
  • My Corner of the Sky

    by Kerri Dyer-Keen
    She was going to go home with her husband driving the car, in order to get ready to perform a variety show at a leading club in Sydney Australia. Happy, everything seeming normal. Next thing you know - 4 and a half months later - total chaos reigns! 30 years on, Kerri is a singer that can no longer sing! (at the moment!) Follow her through her growing up years - ‘her time as a witch’! - ‘her time as a club and television entertainer’ - her ‘scary road trip to Darwin’ and ‘performing at the... more

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