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Book: INTO AFRICA - A Personal Journey by Yvonne Blackwood
A remarkable and intriguing story about a journey to West Africa, the land of Blackwood's ancestors. Into Africa, a Personal Journey begins in Nigeria with exposure to the tight control by the military that causes Blackwood to experience fear as never before. The journey takes her on an exploration of a new mysterious world where she experiences joy and wonderment as she shares in the lives of [...]
 
Book: This could be your story - Why no one talks about failure anymore by Andreea T Niculae
After Andreea found the love of her life everything changed, and she and Victor are a team now. Shortly after their wedding, they started to work hard to open their first small business: a salt (mine) cave in their neighborhood. Their dream became true, finally, they can bring a different type of business, one for adult relaxation and a playground for children in a healthy salty room. But the [...]
 
Book: Fullness - A Memoir by Azure Moyna
Having recently gotten married, landed her first corporate management job and purchased her first home, 28 year old Azure thought she had finally overcome her past. But nearly choking to death on her own vomit after yet another secretive binge forced her to seek professional help and confront the origins of her consuming and shame filled behavior of compulsive eating and extreme dieting. This [...]
 
Book: The Buddha and the Bee - Biking through America's Forgotten Roadways on a Journey of Discovery by Cory Mortensen
Cory Mortensen began his bike ride across the United States from Chaska, Minnesota, to Truckee, California, without a route, a timeline, or proper equipment. Along the way, he gained more than technical skills required for a ride that would test every fiber of his physical being and mental toughness. Ride along as he meets "unusual" characters, dangerous animals, and sweet little old ladies with [...]
 
Book: Down Below - Reminiscences of a World War II Engine Room Merchant Seaman by Edward Ted Jones Whitehead
World War II perils and adventure as never told before, from the eyes of a merchant navy engine room seaman. Ted takes the reader from his native Wales in the Rhondda Valley, to global journeys on numerous ships pursued by German U boats The narrative takes the reader to Canada, where his ship the S/S Lilliy was torpedoed on his first Trans Atlantic crossing. After to New York, The Caribbean [...]
 
Book: You Can't Buy Love Like That - Growing Up Gay in the Sixties by Carol E. Anderson
The underlying theme of my memoir is found in the question: How do you live an authentic life while keeping a secret? In my case, that secret was about growing up in a fundamentalist family and being gay a secret that governed every part of my life for the fifteen years I kept it from my family and friends. I believe that we are all wired to live in alignment with our values and to express the [...]
 
Book: The Long Way Home by Benjamin Smile
Benjamin survived a childhood that no child should ever have to face. As he grew, so did his need to be free from his traumatic past and his urge to escape. He found Gambling, Drugs, Drink, Women and Crime as a way to express his inner turmoil and with each vice came harsh consequences. Benjamin Smile's stunning life story is a rollercoaster and it was a miracle that he survived at all, yet [...]
 
Book: Anguished by Ronny Herman de Jong
This book is shedding a light on the abuse of vulnerable seniors in nursing homes, often by family members. Driven by financial problems, a grandson, entrusted to manage all assets of his grandmother, who resides in an Assisted Living Facility, depleted her bank account, put a lien against her house in an attempt to stop her daughter from inheriting her mother's assets. He falsified a letter to a [...]
 
Book: My Every Breath - A memoir of love, loss and hope by Anna Maynard
The compelling story of a woman's lifelong battle with Cystic Fibrosis and her astonishing resilience despite a double lung transplant and a senseless murder.Anna Maynard was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when she was six months old, at a time when average life expectancy for children afflicted with the genetic disorder was only fourteen years. Throughout her tumultuous childhood, Anna found for [...]
 
Book: Rising from the Shadow of the Sun by Ronny Herman de Jong
This second edition of Rising from the Shadow of the Sun, A Story of Love, Survival and Joy exemplifies the power of positive thinking, of hope, of perseverance even in the most perilous and life threatening situations and of a mother's love for her children, surpassing even the tragedy of death. Jeannette Herman-Louwerse, Netty, a young mother incarcerated by the Japanese on the island of Java [...]
 
Book: Not Afraid Secrets of Eminem - Birth to 2020 by Lisa Gardiner
Discover startling secrets about Eminem in a new book about his life like none other before. Includes a look at the following questions. What is Eminem's relationship with Trump? Why is he so angry at the president? What did Trump tweet about Eminem? What was Trump's relationship with Eminem before his presidency? Was Eminem's mother really diagnosed with Munchhausen's syndrome by proxy? (The [...]
 
Book: Barbershop Jargon - An inside view by Susie Fulbright
Barbershop Jaron is a journey from fifty plus years of running a barbershop. My husband is the co-owner and has worked in the barbershop since 1968. This book offers history, fun barbershop stories and topics, written in two years time. The title is based on the funny stories of which are true. I chose the cover as it is the front of the barbershop. The hardest part of writing this piece was [...]
 
Book: Into the Light; Phoenix Rising - Memoir of a Medium's Journey by Louise Emily Crandall
This is the story of a girl growing up in a time where it was believed children should be seen and not heard. Always raging against authority, she spent most of her life looking for love with a fairytale and somewhat skewed perception of what that should be, taking her on a roller-coaster ride through darkness, joy, grief and spirituality, only to find out that love is not found where she was [...]
 
Book: Broken But Blessed - Lessons to Cope with Life's Unexpected Changes by Susie Fulbright
Do you feel you can't go? That stresses and raw experiences of life have you blindsided? Well read on. Broken but Blessed written by Susie Fulbright, is a memoir depicting three times in her life she would have fallen on her face and given up had it not been for the mercy and grace of the Lord. It describes how she overcame these challenges in her life.
 
Book: When Angels Fly by S. Jackson
After surviving the cruel rage of tyranny from her mother and ex-husband, Sarah Jackson traveled a new path; a journey of loss, heartbreak, and ultimately strength. How do we survive the unthinkable, our child suffering from a terminal illness? They say there is no greater loss than that of a child; I say losing a child is the king of loss. Sometimes the thing that helps us survive it, is knowing [...]
 
Book: Get Great Trips for Free - Make Travel Writing Work for You by Linda Ballou
Renegade way to get the great trips you are dreaming about. Adventure travel writer, Linda Ballou, shows you how to go through the back door and streamline your efforts. She provides a roadmap that bypasses the gatekeepers. Simple, direct with wonderful insights and examples of what you need to do to get places you want to go. Linda tells it like it is and shows your short cuts to success. An [...]
 
Book: A Captain At War - Stories of an American Advisor In Fallujah, Iraq by Christopher Michael Westhoff
He is trained and ready for war. Instead of leading Marines into combat, a Marine Captain is given the mission of advising an Iraqi Army battalion in one of the most violent cities in Iraq. The collected stories span seven months of nearly constant combat in 2006 and 2007, at the height of the insurgency in Iraq. This book is the raw, visceral story of a combat adviser with a lot more combat than [...]
 
Book: Abo - A wee boy's progress by Allan Neil
This is the autobiographical life story of a boy born into a mining and mill background in a small Scottish town just prior to World War 2. It tells of his childhood with its wartime hardships, his life just after the war with a few years living on a farm. He is fortunate to receive a good education, which is cut short before his 15th birthday because of his family situation. He begins work in a [...]
 
Book: THE WOMAN FROM LYON - Have you really been in Love? (Marisol 1) by Lawrence Rose
Contemporary Racy Romance Novel! Memoir of a special love affair between a musician from San Francisco and an amazingly beautiful and accomplished woman from Lyon, France. True story? Liberally enhanced? You decide. Travels in Europe and the West Coast highlight this sexy, crazy, music and art-filled romance...Great Suspense as they work to expunge the Nazi history of her family. And his feelings [...]
 
Book: The Walk-In - A True Hollywood Story by Brian Hunter
The Walk-In is an epic true story of a young man's journey through a turbulent life full of tragedy, trauma, adventure, heartbreak, romance, and plenty of sexual exploits as he tries to survive the streets of Hollywood as a down-and-out actor/model.The story is of an innocent boy with humble beginnings who rises up to build an empire, only to have his life shaken by death, loss, and destruction. [...]
 
Book: Just Like Sunday on the Farm - Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam and After by William C. Crawford
Crawdaddy was a combat photojournalist in Vietnam. This volume overflows with his experiences from chilling combat to ribald battlefield humor. He offers up this account as his riveting personal echo from the Jungle War. He was mentored by some of the greatest war corespondents and combat photojournalists ever! Their tutelage changed his life forever! For over 45 years he only discussed the War [...]
 
Book: Riots Of Passage by Jason McGathey
"Whiskey, women, and duct tape - what else is there?" asks my latest handwritten message, tucked into the silverware roll. But this is only the latest outrage. "We've got a BOY playing with a table cloth!" the old man shouted earlier, before leaving. In this highly anticipated follow-up to his memoir "One Hundred Virgins," the author continues to document in riotous fashion life on a major [...]
 
Book: The Two Week Traveller by Matthew Lightfoot
Born with an insatiable wanderlust and inspired by an addiction to travel writing, but restricted by the demands of a full time job, Matthew Lightfoot set out to explore the world using his annual holiday allowance. The Two Week Traveller tells the tales of his adventures in almost 150 countries. Often described as 'one of those people that things just happen to', he lives up to his reputation [...]
 
Book: Not Our Brother's Keeper - The True Adventures of an Extraordinary Man by Melker Stec
From the day Melker Stec had his head smashed against his brother's by an abusive father, he suffered from visual and auditory hallucinations. But somehow, he managed to achieve a successful career as a Georgia state employee, including as a correctional counselor and governmental analyst. Along the way, he witnessed rampant corruption. In this memoir, Stec reveals how he overcame so many [...]
 
Book: Alien in the Delta by Thankful Strother
Grandfather shot the man as he opened the gate to the front yard. The man died on the spot. After killing the man, my grandfather went into hiding for seven years. This event was the legacy left to my father by his father. Would what happened thirty years before my birth have an impact on my life? Alien in the Delta's author Thankful Strother takes you on a journey that highlights the life [...]
 
Book: INNOCENCE LOST - A Memoir of Surviving the Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo by Daisy Darlene Combs
The odds of a woman surviving the attack of a serial rapist and murderer are slim. The odds of two women surviving the same serial killer are much less. The odds of those two women knowing each other as best friends are next to none. Yet, in this memoir, Innocence Lost, you'll read about Daisy and Lisa - best friends who were raped by the same California serial killer, Joe DeAngelo. Amazingly, [...]
 
Book: The Flip - The True Life Story of How a Successful New Tract Home Investor Went from Zero to Hero, Back to Zero by D. Sidney Potter
During the first six years of this decade, the promise of quick profits coupled with risky decision-making led people from all walks of life to risk everything in the real estate investment market. Houses were flipped from investor to investor; it was a billion-dollar game of musical chairs. D. Sidney Potter ate, slept, and breathed real estate flipping from 2002-2007. Based in Pasadena, [...]
 
Book: Our Symphony with Animals - On Health, Empathy, and Our Shared Destinies by Aysha Akhtar
A leader in the fields of animal ethics and neurology, Dr. Aysha Akhtar examines the rich human-animal connection and how interspecies empathy enriches our well-being. Deftly combining medicine, social history and personal experience, Our Symphony with Animals is the first book by a physician to show how deeply the well-being of humans and animals are entwined. Interwoven throughout is Dr. [...]
 
Book: Adventures in Backpacking Box Set - Down and Out in Kathmandu, Holiday Gone Wrong, Notes of a Naive Traveler by Jennifer S. Alderson
Get your passport ready! These exciting tales will transport you to exotic locations in Nepal, Thailand, Costa Rica and Panama for three trips of a lifetime. Join amateur sleuth Zelda Richardson in two thrilling crime fiction adventures guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping - Down and Out in Kathmandu and Holiday Gone Wrong. Then immerse yourself in the fascinating traditions and glorious [...]
 
Book: I Found My Tomorrow in Paris - One Woman's Journey to a New Life by Marilyn Giorgetti
Her life in chaos after the termination of a 30 year marriage, this adventurous woman chucks it all and escapes to France to find some meaning to the second half of her life. Not knowing a soul or the language, and step by divinely-led (sometimes comical, but always-challenging) step, she re-shapes her life's course despite a letter from home which threatens to disrupt her journey. Not wanting a [...]
 
Book: The Solo Female Travel Book - Tips and Inspiration for Women Who Want to See the World on Their Own Terms by Jen Ruiz
Traveling alone doesn't have to be scary! With the proper tools, community and precautions, anyone can expertly navigate the globe on their own. Jen Ruiz is a lawyer turned travel blogger and bestselling author who has traveled the world extensively by herself. "The Solo Female Travel Book" is the latest installment in her how-to travel series and includes funny stories, tips and inspiration to [...]
 
Book: Whose Boy Are You? - A Memoir of a Young Boy by Charles Frankhauser
"Whose Boy Are You?" is a poignant memoir of a young boy whose family life is shattered by his parents' unexpected and sudden divorce. After being shuffled around and living with different relatives, he lands in the care of an elderly-childless couple that are distant relatives unknown to the boy. Their guidance helps him when he needs it most and proves to be life changing. The memoir is both [...]
 
Book: Have You Seen a Dark-Haired Man with Burning Eyes? - An Odyssey of Faith and Love by Henya Shanun Klein
You are about to experience the heart-warming and gut-wrenching, true story of Adel and Itchale. A story of love and loss of newlyweds who fled Poland after the Nazi invasion. This rigorously documented story is about a young woman's search that initially seems hopeless and impossible, yet soon turns into a journey of adventure and survival against all odds. Adel's journey not only spans two [...]
 
Book: Trailer Trash - an '80s Memoir by Angie Cavallari
Trailer-park owners never use the word "trailer" and certainly not the term "trailer park." At some point in time, even the Mobile Home Park Owners Association (MHPOA for short) realized that the word "trailer" had a negative connotation. When was the last time you saw a "trailer park community" advertised on TV? "Trailer park" has come to represent, in the minds of most Americans, men in stained [...]
 
Book: Don't Resign - A Woman's Right In A Man's World by Natresha Dawson
In an era where women are being maliciously smeared "troublemakers, elevator screamers, and falsely accused for falsely accusing men of sexual harassment", compelling preponderance of evidence proves this is a witty, true story. More than just a memoir, but a real-life tell-all expose' about what really takes place behind the closed doors of the Federal Government for some women, regardless race [...]
 
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