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Book: Suicide Survivors Tell You The Truth About Suicide - Near-Death Experiences of Suicide Survivors by John J. Graden
Suicide Survivors Share the Stories of their Near-death Experiences Learn First-Hand What Happens When Someone Makes The Ultimate Decision Most people who have a near-death experience because of illness or an accident report a loving, peaceful, and heaven-like experience. But, what about people who kill themselves? In this remarkable book, you will find out if suicide leads to heaven or hell. [...]
 
Book: Calling the Dead (Tempe Crabtree Mystery) by Marilyn Meredith
Tempe Crabtree is the resident deputy of Bear Creek, a small mountain community in the southern Sierra. Her continuing interest in the spiritual side of her heritage often causes unrest in her marriage to her minister husband. In Calling the Dead, Deputy Tempe Crabtree investigates a murder that looks like death from natural causes, and a suicide that looks like murder. Putting her job on the [...]
 
Book: Soldier, Please Don't Die by Renee Lewiston
A true story and must read for the soldier considering suicide. This book provides real-world reasons why suicide is never the right choice, including the devastating effects on those you leave behind. Its goal is to give hope and pull someone back from the brink - to live until another day when things will look better.
 
Book: Grieving to Believing - Discovering the Afterlife by Deb Sheppard
What is normal in the array of emotions and reactions when death occurs? After a significant loss of any kind, many things change in the dynamics of relationships. Some that were close and solid may become frail. And some that were already fragile or estranged can become more so or strengthened. Deb Sheppard's family experienced suicide twice within a four-year period. Something she never [...]
 
Book: HELP ME! by Donna M. Zadunajsky
A novella about a boy named Mick, and his struggles with life. His parent's divorce and a friend's suicide, make his world unbearable. Each "cut" has a deeper meaning. A cry for help. "I spin my dad's Ruger SP101 revolver on the wood floor of my bedroom. Sometimes, just to see what it feels like, I place the tip of the gun against my temple, but I never once pull the trigger. NO!" "I'm more into [...]
 
Book: I was 9 when I committed suicide - the way I grew up! by Claude Cognard
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ONLY Difficult childhood. A man talks about his difficult relationship with his parents and in particular with his mother, who was used to beating him, vilifying him, humiliating him. With no obvious motivation, he will jump from the top of a balcony and will remain three days in a coma. When what is supposed to be an accident occured, the Nine years old boy's mother will not [...]
 
eBook: The Horror Suicide Show by L. Vera
Seven delicious short stories by the author who brought you "Diary of a Madman". "Silver Bullets": A vengeful tale of love and immortality. "The Online Devil": Sit down and chat with the Grim Reaper. "The Children That Watch Us": A child's grandfather finally grows crazy enough to fire his shotgun at his own family. After he's put away, during the following Halloween the rest of the family learn [...]
 
Book: It's Not Your Journey - Second Edition by Rebecca Ann Lombardo
Follow Rebecca Lombardo as she details two years of her twenty-five year battle with mental illness and what brought her to attempt to take her life in 2013. As she recovered from that attempt, she continued to write in the hopes that she would help purge some of the pain in her life. What she never expected was that she could help others as well. This book quite simply began as a blog and became [...]
 
Book: Kimono Suicide (June Kato Intrigue) by Kay Hadashi
She is silent. She is beautiful. And she is dead. Prominent LA neurosurgeon Dr. June Kato finds a dead body in her traditional Japanese garden, a bloody dagger deep in the beautiful woman's belly. But was the young woman murdered or did she commit ritual seppuku? While June believes the young stranger has killed herself in an old-fashioned way, the police have other ideas. In no time at all, her [...]
 
Book: Falling Into The Abyss by Jesse MacGregor-Jones
A tale of child abuse, suicide and survival. An account of surviving the worst things life can throw at you and coming out on the side, changed for the better and able to look at life with new eyes and a new perspective. This is my story. I'll take you from the the time I've shared my life and my journey with thousands of fans through my blog at butchramblings.com and now I tell the whole story, [...]
 
Book: The Ultimate Survivalist's Guide to Suicide by Ryan Bohl
Sardonic, witty, and absurd, The Ultimate Survivalist's Guide to Suicide is about making peace with the bad places within all of us. A narrator kills himself and is faced with cosmic irony: he must now spend eternity stopping suicides. But saving a suicide bomber, a would-be school shooter, a high school drama queen, and many other down-on-their-luck folks is no easy task; good thing he's got a [...]
 
Book: On the Other Hand by June McCullough
Nina Andrews is a woman who loves her life and considers it close to perfect. After twenty-eight years of marriage, she is still in love with her husband, Mike. Now that they are empty-nesters, they are looking forward to retirement and a life of leisure. Their financial planner, Pat McDermott, is successful professionally, but her personal life has been a disappointment. She has always admired [...]
 
Book: The Vane-Martin Conundrum by Phillip Strang
DCI Isaac Cook, now a Senior Member of London's Counter Terrorism Command at Scotland Yard, faces his Greatest Challenge. The Islamic State is waging war in England, and they are winning. Not only does Isaac Cook have to contend with finding the perpetrators, but he is being forced to commit to actions contrary to his mandate as a police officer. And then, there is Anne Argento, the Prime [...]
 
Book: The 11th Step by Tami Shaikh
Noor is a young man living in Pakistan who longs to do something meaningful with his life. Yielding to strict family expectations for his future, he puts his dreams of an education on hold as he marries and welcomes a child into his life. But when tragedy strikes, turning his entire world upside down, Noor is forced to reevaluate what he thinks he knows about himself as well as what he believes [...]
 
Book: Descent by Melanie S. Pronia
Grand Prize Winner of the 2018 Top Female Authors Contest! The Woman - Dana married mother of two has a family she loves! She loves them so much that she has to leave them so they won't contract her disease, which is common but deadly. Embarrassed and ashamed, Dana acknowledges that she has gone insane. The Worm - The pains started in her stomach. They then moved up to her brain where the worm [...]
 
Book: We are only human by michael blaney
This is Part one of a two part autobiography by Michael Blaney a screenwriter, author, singer, songwriter whose life has been plagued with painful events one after another. The riveting autobiography shows how forgiveness is important as you watch this young man grapple with some of lives most horrible obstacles. The original book IM ONLY HUMAN was released last year. In this version, the writer [...]
 
Book: To The Survivors by Philip G Henley
An apocalypse threatens human kind. A highly infectious, lethal, genetic, virus is detected that attacks mankind and mammals. The Government must act, and whilst the authorities struggle to find a cure, they have to plan for the worst. As the disease spreads it is not clear how many will, or will not, survive, nor what the survivors will have to do to live. They will have to cope with their grief [...]
 
Book: Just Toss the Ashes by Marta Merajver-Kurlat
Sylvia Meyer, a successful lawyer, has committed suicide. This drives her son Lucas to trace back the paths that may provide him with clues to find answers beyond her factual decision to die. He suddenly realizes that he did not actually know neither who his mother was or how she had lived. A counterpoint of past and present voices whispering into his ears outline a tormented image in which the [...]
 
Book: Tears Of July by Curtis Maynard
Short Story based on the upcoming movie Tears Of July which has won an Independent Film Festival for best trailer. Robert has lost the love of his life, and is struggling with his grief. Sherry was his soulmate, his everything, the glue that held him together, but now he's fallen into a cycle of depression and alcoholism, unable, perhaps even unwilling to break free. Can one man, who has [...]
 
Book: 2-2-3 by Killarney Sheffield
"Have you ever felt dead even though you're very much alive? Sometimes I wonder if the apocalypse really happened, or if the world has always been as it is. Maybe my memories are just dreams and not reality... not this reality anyway." Ocean Delany wants the world to change, she's tired of the same old grey concrete existence, but on her eighteenth birthday a change happens she will regret [...]
 
Book: My Hero is My Monster by June E Spears
Ava is only four when her life is destroyed by a "Hero" who turned into the monster in her bed every night." Each night she cries to her mother, pleading for her to stay, only for her mother to turn a blind eye. "Ten years of abuse culminate in Ava's attempted suicide as her father is lead away in handcuffs."
 
Book: From Time to Time by Susan Thornton
Amanda Winfield, the owner of a thriving headhunting firm, is a callous woman who covets her successful career and ordered life. But Amanda's seamless world crumbles when she picks up antiques that transport her to the past, revealing the heartbreaking stories of their origins. Her obsession with the phenomenon pulls her into a downward spiral of addiction that entwines both ruin and redemption.
 
Book: Choose To Live! by Carol Anne Walczak
Choose to Live! is a book about reclaiming your life, finding out who you really are, and knowing that it is ok to be yourself. It is also about experiencing joy. I wrote this book after my son Daniel took his life. In fact, this book was written together with him, as he connected strongly and urgently with me, and dictated the contents. As I wrote, I was filled with joy because I imagined [...]
 
Book: A Little Lift - Writing to Live by Jennifer Ellen Parker
Write everyday was the message I received from my father for more than five years. Joe would deliver the words and I refused to listen. My father committed suicide years earlier and in the aftermath left a trail of guilt, depression, emptiness, and the inability to live my own life. Another failed marriage, a bankrupt business and I suddenly heard my father's plea and began the journey of not [...]
 
Book: Dear Kane; What I wish we would have said by Sharon K. Angelici
Are the words that we say in front of our children something that builds them up or tears them down? This short story explores the consequences of hatred and bigotry when it applies, unknowingly, to someone that you love. There is a time in every relationship when a parent must let go of the dreams they have for their child, so the child can chase after what they dream to become.
 
Book: Tears of Destiny (The InSpectre Series 2) by J&C Wordsmiths
Six months have passed since advertising artist Wayne Martin unexpectedly died. In a bizarre turn of events, he was brought back to life only to find himself caught between two worlds. Given the designation as an InSpectre in a heavenly corporation, his job is to restore the souls of those who died before their time. Wayne is also challenged by an enigmatic being within his human body called The [...]
 
Book: Life in the Hollywood Lane by Ann Crawford
Quirky, heart-opening, funny, poignant, up, down, and everywhere in between that's life and that's Life in the Hollywood Lane. Trish, an LA actor, is bereft with guilt after her best friend commits suicide. Glamorous yet tough-as-nails Hollywood is Trish's backdrop and a reflection of her life as she stumbles on through an actor's life of casting calls and premieres, rejection and acceptance. [...]
 
Book: The coming of dark by Gary M. Martin
Troy Dance, a police detective, receives notice from his informant that the location of a big drug transaction has been suddenly changed. It is now supposed to take place in an old, abandoned cotton mill. Troy does not have time to set up equipment beforehand and has to rely on a camcorder he had at his house. In the midst of his filming he witnesses a murder and captures it on film. It is [...]
 
Book: The Reverent Surrender - A Memoir by James Finster
The Reverent Surrender is an insightful memoir that tells the story of a father's dynamic and beautiful relationship with his son cut short when he took his own life. How does one retain the life lessons past on without becoming resentful of their father's decision? As an only son, James Finster, retells the memories of the life and times he experienced with his father and looks for the messages [...]
 
Book: Dead Man's Journey by Phillip Cook
An invisible realm. A lethal invention. One man must solve an incredible mystery before the death toll rises... Aaron Fitzpatrick wasn't sure what to think when his father's body was found far away from his jogging route. The Australian soldier can't help but suspect foul play when he learns his dad's death wasn't the only local oddity. Dozens of Brisbane's homeless seemed to vanish from the [...]
 
Book: In His Blood by Lee Williams
Scott Garity followed in his father's footsteps fighting the good fight. It was in In His Blood. Eighteen years after his father, a decorated Chicago policeman, was killed in the line of duty Scott is told that his father was corrupt, an adulterer, and committed suicide. But the worst is yet to come. Scott deals with these issues and more as he is thrown into the investigation of a ghetto street [...]
 
Book: There's Jews in Texas? by Debra L. Winegarten
Winner of the 2011 Poetica Magazine national contest. "Debra L. Winegarten writes frank, funny, poignant, punchy poems. This collection shines with radiant spirit." Naomi Shihab Nye, Guggenheim Fellow. "Debra Winegarten's poems are sharp, sometimes funny, always on the mark when it comes to our difficult understanding of difference. Her poems move through those childhood lessons of identity and [...]
 
Book: Hire Me or Fire Me (Trilogy of Truth Book 1) by Alexander McDonald
"Hire Me or Fire Me," is the first of a "Trilogy of Truth," of Non-Fiction Books by Scottish Indie Author Alexander McDonald. It is a coming of age, heart thrilling book, about the incredible journey of a young Scottish boy's reluctant move to Canada, from the southwestern coast of beautiful Scotland. The roller coaster of events that happen to him will leave you laughing, shocked, and with soul [...]
 
Book: The Kiverson Case (Heartfelt Cases Book 2) by Julie C. Gilbert
One man's vendetta could cost them everything ... When a routine arrest turns deadly, FBI agents Ann and Patrick are drawn into a dangerous game with Kevin Kiverson, a man with little to lose and much to avenge. Ann's prepared to risk her life but will her resolve hold when the threat turns to her baby boy?
 
Book: Dream Journal by Nichole Haines
I wanted to shout out but no sound would emerge, I couldn't move, speak and worse I couldn't scream. I couldn't release the huge energy build up of terror from my body, I was sure I was going to explode. I was suspended in in-animation between sleep and wakefulness, hanging in neither world and aware of both, silent, trapped and tormented. The light from the icosahedron hanging just above my head [...]
 
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