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Book: Surviving Riyadh by Alma B. Apostol
My book describes the persistence of an employer to hire me, meeting him in person in Anaheim, California during a scientific convention at his request. I turned down his job offer three times, and finally he decided to negotiate the conditions where I was willing to accept his job offer. It took over a year to finally arrive in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The difficulties I encountered deciding [...]
 
Book: The Stolen Princess by Ellie Crowe
This book is based on a fascinating true story. Kelea, Princess of Maui, was famed as the most beautiful and daring surfrider in the ancient kingdom of Hawaii. She was called Kelea-who-bears-a-fin and Kelea-swimming-like-a-fish. It is not always safe to be very beautiful. Or very daring. This book is based on the true story of a beautiful, young princess who went surfing and was stolen by enemy [...]
 
Book: The Sundial Salesman by Chassis Albuquerque
A hilarious web of mistaken identity, adultery and blackmail that slowly unravels with disastrous consequences, The Sundial Salesman is the gritty, autobiographical account of morally vague Ealing Broadway. 42 and bankrupt, the consequence of highly dysfunctional parents who insist he's adopted, Broadway attempts extorting his depraved, womanising boss, Mason Shimansky, CEO of one of the most [...]
 
Book: Burning Small Corner - The Biography of a Torontonian
Brenda Phillips is a Baby Boomer born in Toronto in 1954 when cars had wings and milk was delivered to your door in glass bottles. She lived a somewhat sheltered life in Swansea Village until her peer group changed on entering High School. At a time when America was sending young men to Viet Nam to fight a war they would ultimately lose, protesters were being shot on their own university campuses [...]
 
Book: Sacred Light Spirit Eagle - My Visionary Life and Near Death Experience by Cristael Ann Bengtson
'Sacred Light Spirit Eagle' is a memoir that will change your life and your views about death and dying - Over 5000 Readers Have Already Downloaded This NDE Memoir - Cristael's temperature soared and pain ripped through her body. Spasms clenched her muscles, and convulsions arched her back. Only her head, her shoulders, and her heels touched the bedsheets,while every nerve in her body screamed in [...]
 
Book: From Home to Homeless to Success by Dr. Carlton Young
This is the true story of a father and son surviving the odds of sudden homelessness and hardship. However, it is not only about overcoming homelessness, but it also outlines the secret of how to make changes in all areas of your life and make those changes count. Using words of empowerment and inspiration to help those who are looking to improve their quality of life, the book helps you discover [...]
 
Book: (Peace) Words by Roy Anthony Shabla
Newly expanded edition. This is the most autobiographical book I have written thus far. It is a "portrait of the artist as a young vandal" complete with confessions of illegal international activities. Updated with important, early blog entries on poets and poetry. It is also a moving story of finding one's artistic self in the world despite current trends and styles. The backdrop of the [...]
 
Book: Wrong Place Wrong Time by David P Perlmutter
A London estate agent found himself on the wrong side of the law one night, leading to the loss of his driving licence, his job, his home and sending him spiraling into depression. He decided to visit Spain for a change of scenery and lifestyle but got way more than he bargained for when before long, misfortune, circumstance and a degree of stupidity landed him in more trouble than that from [...]
 
Book: Against All Odds by R. A. Lang
Against All Odds takes you on a worldwide adventure filled with unexpected events, impossible and sometimes life-threatening situations including romance, tragedy, being shot at, ambushed, voodoo, cholera, Venezuelan riots, oil site evacuations, attempted murder escape from a crazed Kazakh psychopath, the KGB and more!
 
Book: Old Gent by Marie J. S. Phillips
Sprouting in an old abandoned field around 1895, Old Gent, a Norway Spruce, grew into a majestic towering specimen of his species, protective of the old home he saw built on his lands as a stout sapling. Human activity amused, startled, frightened and sometimes hurt him, thus he never found trust in the beaverlike species, until the fifth owner in nine decades moved into the old house he [...]
 
Book: Ernest and Mildred by Daniel DuBour
Ernest and Mildred is a true and factual story of my father and mother who raised fifteen children. Complete with pictures and dates when each child was born, a synopsis of their lives; married, jobs, and children, etc. All born one at a time in Springfield, Massachusetts. First Born, Shirley when she was born, who she married and the names of her children. Second Born, Raymond, the date he was [...]
 
Book: Life's Attractions by Daniel DuBour
Some people come into your life for a reason, some people come into your life for a season, and some people come into your life for a lifetime. This is a biography of a gay man who encounters many types of people in his life, both straight and gay. A person filled with love for particular people he meets as he experiences his Life's Attractions.
 
Book: Myself, Me And I by Jo Allott
Hi, I'm Jo. The sole purpose of this book is to share with you a journey; this journey is the story of three people, Myself, Me, and I. You're probably thinking what? Isn't that just one person? I guess technically it is, however the journey I have been on to become the person I am today has been a far from easy one! Throughout the pages I will refer to Myself, Me and I often, so I guess I best [...]
 
Book: Time Never Heals by Gene Ligotti
Time Never Heals is the story of Dr. Frank Lunati, the first battalion TIME NEVER HEALS is the story of Dr. Frank Lunati, the first battalion surgeon for the 2/5th First Cavalry Division in Vietnam. This is his story of his tour of duty, the battles, the casualties and deaths, along with all his thoughts and feelings. He relives in vivid detail the Search and Destroy missions, the battles of [...]
 
Book: Finding the Rainbow by Rachel McGrath
Finding the Rainbow is a fascinating and honest insight into a world that most would find difficult to understand, and many would be quietly thankful not to need to. McGrath tells the story of her battle to conceive and carry a baby, with unrestricted honesty, leaving the reader in no doubt as to her thoughts and feelings, and the courageousness with which she deals with a very difficult period [...]
 
Book: A Principality of Bullets by Timothy Alexander Mason
The story is about a fictional mysterious historian known as Ravengaddafi. After hearing about the infamous gunrunner Choppa, Ravengaddafi travels to the African Sahara to meet with this gun king, and chronicle the truth of his story in his own words. My sisters inspired me to write this book. The style I used was not your standard manuscript format but a book within a book, in the sense I write [...]
 
Book: We All Have a Voice - My Mother's Story by Maha Al Fahim
Amina's 14-year-old daughter, Maha Al Fahim, skillfully brings her mother's story to life in these pages, creating an inspiring testament to the power of speaking the truth, of bringing meaning to suffering, and of discovering what truly matters in this life. Amina grew up in a Middle Eastern home where, from the time she was seven, she was responsible for the housework and for the care of her [...]
 
Book: Walking In Her Shoes by Marylou Depeiza
Leola Williams was a strong-willed, independent woman who only wanted to provide for her children. Growing up in Boston with her parents and eight siblings, she had a good life and never wanted for anything. At least that's what she told her six children. But Leola kept a secret; and a code of silence that reigned supreme throughout the family held that secret close. Following Leola's death, her [...]
 
Book: Candlelight by Ravi S. Kahn
'Candlelight' is a lovely collection of "snapshot memories" of an old man (the author's) and a creative fantasy for an emerging generation who may deliver hopes for the future generations to come. It is a Fictional Memoir. It is written in clear and honest prose, varied themes and emotions are delivered well. The stories shed lights of a life with many struggles and accomplishments, love and [...]
 
Book: The Fall and Rise of Lukiya's Lover by James E. Mutumba
Aflame with affection, and his dogging nervousness notwithstanding, John Fisher looks Lukiya up in her hall of residence at their university and makes a tricky attempt to start a relationship. Happily, a love affair develops and flourishes without bounds until the two courtship lovers finish university and face the senior world. Sadly, John Fisher fails the test of time. Despite Lukiya's five- [...]
 
Book: Buccaneer by Jack Carlton Reed and MayCay Beeler
Book Award WINNER 2016 Hollywood Book Festival Wild Card category; RUNNER-UP 2017 San Francisco Book Festival Awards Wild Card category; National SILVER MEDALIST for True Crime in the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards; Honorable Mention award-winner Non-Fiction Drama 2016 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards; Finalist in Biography: Non-Fiction category of the 2015 Readers' Favorite [...]
 
Book: Rupee Millionaires by Frank Kusy
Want to be a millionaire? Be careful ... Born into poverty from immigrant parents, Frank Kusy learns to live on his wits--first as an unwitting money collector for Ronnie Kray, later as a Buddhist trader in London's St Martin's-in-the-Fields market. Then he meets up with thuggish 'Spud' who is so good at scaring people, notably the Petrovs, two encroaching Russian gangsters, that he hires him on [...]
 
Book: I've Said It All Before by Mario Colao
This book, might be about me. But at the end, it's really about you. It's about all the lies, and excuses, and nonsense we all tell ourselves to keep things from being too scary, even when we're totally unhappy. This isn't just about self-help or motivation (even though it's those things too.) Nope, it's about something more. It's me getting as personal as I possibly can in order to show you that [...]
 
Book: A Life Worth Living by Shannon Stephens
This book is based on my life story. I grew up in Foster care and have gone through many trials in my life. At the age of 23 with 2 daughters and newly engaged, I suffered a massive debilitating stroke that killed 45% of my front right lobe of my brain. I was not saved or living as Christ wanted, and He used this as a wake up call for me. I was told I would never be out of a hospital bed or walk [...]
 
Book: Great Legacies, Refreshing Springs by Mercy Offor
ABOUT THE BOOK - This fascinating memoir/biography is a memoir of royalty, epic rule, war, survival and triumphs. The story follows the author from her vibrant childhood in Africa growing up as the daughter of an educator and a granddaughter to the royal family. The story brought to light the little known traditions and culture of this part of Africa and follows the author through her academic [...]
 
Book: Living with Abetalipoproteinemia by Lori Fizzard
My book was written so I can help educate and bring awareness for those who suffer from this rare disorder called Abetalipoproteinemia with roughly 100 people in the world who are affected by it. Through life's most difficulties I stayed strong without substance abuse. I want to be an inspiration to everyone who purchases my book and read it. My story is all true in my own words with a great [...]
 
Book: Ordinary Wisdom by K. Blue
This collection of short family stories is heartwarming and genuine. Each story is a lesson learned by experiencing everyday life. From childhood to adulthood there are lessons in all that we do and experience. The trick to growing as a person is to recognize their significance and continue to learn.You may find that you identify with the experiences of this wonderful family. You may even be [...]
 
Book: Confidante - The Brothel by Lilliana Anderson
This is the full book version, no more teasers - this is it! Ok, I'll admit it - My mother in law used to be a sex worker. She worked in a brothel, as an escort and, as a madame in and around Sydney Australia in the late '80s. It's something that she has confided in few people outside her immediate family until me. We are polar opposites in many ways but we get each other - as a result I have [...]
 
Book: I love you my child, I am abandoning you by Ariela Palacz
I Love You My Child, I'm Abandoning You is an exciting, human documentary taking place in France during the Holocaust. Ariela's story plucks at existential strings and focuses a spotlight on our strong needs and basic rights to belong to a family, to a tradition, and to the nation. Ariela Palacz (as Paulette Szenker) shares her life story with the reader, weaving the past and the present together [...]
 
Book: Life Would Suck Without You - A Girlfriend Memoir by Jennifer Preuss
When life makes no sense, and the world is going straight to hell, a girl knows she can count on her best friends There are all types of friends. Rich friends. Poor friends. Fair weather friends and then there are Best Friends your BFF's. Meet Jennifer, a wannabe soap opera star, new to LA and waiting tables in Century City. She makes three new friends, and they turn out to be inseparable. [...]
 
Book: 1000 Miles from Nowhere by Glenn Spillman
If life seems to have taken you over, and you think that there is no where to turn, and that you are a thousand miles from nowhere, this book is going to take you through a vast aray of reality checks and hope. It may seem like there is no hope for you, or a loved one, but the fight isnt over, and it never is until our last breath of life. This book will help you realize that there is hope, and [...]
 
Book: The Accidental Anarchist - From the Diaries of Jacob Marateck by Bryna Kranzler
The Accidental Anarchist is the true story of Jacob Marateck, an Orthodox Jew who was sentenced to death three times in the early 1900s in Russia -- and lived to tell about it. He also happens to have been the author's grandfather. The book is based on the diaries that Marateck began keeping in 1905. That was when he decided to overthrow the Czar . . . The story is told in Marateck's voice, and [...]
 
Book: Island of Dreams - Memoirs of My Life by Heidy Ramos
Island of Dreams is my story, I've never known my father and my mother left us when I was only 4 years old. We were under our grandparents care and I have an uncle that is alcoholic and abusive. My life growing up was never a positive one, but I had learned to break the chain of abuse and fulfill my dreams. I was a very different mother due to my hard experiences-I never wanted any of that for my [...]
 
Book: Little Girl Lost by Shayla D. Rice
I felt as though my life was over and that no one could really help me at this point. I began to smoke and drink even more, thinking my problems would go away and that everything would get better. But things got worse. I felt more stressed out and often felt worthless. I did not want to live anymore. I asked God why I had been born and why he was allowing me to go through so much heartache and [...]
 
Book: A Life That Counts by Jeremy Rolleston
Many books tell you what success is but don't reveal how to make it happen. In this book, two-time Olympian Jeremy Rolleston, reveals the step-by-step processes, strategies and techniques used by Olympic and World champions. Find out how you can use these in your own life to help you successfully follow your dreams, no matter how you define success and whatever your dreams may be. This is your [...]
 
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