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Book: How I Became A Phone Sex Operator - My True Story by Elaine Shuel
My real life story about how I went from being a very shy young girl to my current job as a phone sex operator. Many people have asked how it all came to be and if they read this ebook, they'll find out. From my first love, to a long period of self-imposed celibacy, discovering cyber sex and camming, the joys of sex toys, all culminating in my job as a PSO (phone sex operator). These are my [...]
 
Book: How to Publish Your Memoirs for Free by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is a special E-Guide for all who want to write and publish their memoirs on the Internet specifically designed for reading and use on mobile devices. Besides an account of the proper procedures to publish an E-Memoir on Kindle for free, this E-Guide discusses the various types of memoirs and requirements for each. It forces the writer to ask the questions of why and for what audience he is [...]
 
Book: Travel Memoirs with Pictures - Exploring the world by Brenda Mohammed
Looking for Travel Ideas? Travel Memoirs with Pictures: Exploring the World is a beautifully illustrated picture book filled with reflections of the author's travels around the world. In this pictorial travel book of the author's priceless memories, she describes places visited and the wonderful times she and her family had in their tourist trips. The book is great to read while on a vacation or [...]
 
Book: Look Mom - I Can Fly! Memoirs of a World War II P-38 Fighter Pilot by Robert Vrilakas
In the mid-1920s the sound of airplane motors would cause the entire inhabitants of author Robert "Smoky" Vrilakas' small Northern California village to dash outside to look up at the sky. Overhead would be a Ford Trimotor passenger plane droning off toward some unknown destination, a sight almost as awesome then as watching a manned satellite pass over in space today. The author, then a young [...]
 
Book: Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan - A Great Educator by Brenda Mohammed
Get a glimpse into life in the days of Indentureship in Trinidad and Tobago. Memoirs of Dr. Andrew Moonir Khan: Journey of an Educator, is an inspiring and motivational story. The book received four five-star reviews from Readers Favorite. The foreword was written by a former Chief Justice of Trinidad and Tobago, Sir Isaac Hyatali, Q.C.[now deceased] Do you know that at one time Education was not [...]
 
Book: RASPUTIN - The Memoirs of his Secretary by Aron Simanovitch and Delin Colon (Editor, Translator)
Available and annotated for the first time in English, Aron Simanovitch's memoirs offer an intimate view of Rasputin through the eyes of his dear friend and secretary. Simanovitch reveals Rasputin's progressive ideas for social and economic reform that outraged the nobility. In the process, he paints a Peyton Place image of early twentieth century Petersburg society, with its gossip, plots and [...]
 
Book: Infertility - Beating the odds and doctors - Infertility memoirs and the path to an Infertility cure by David Jeff Johnson
David Johnson and his wife Traci experienced the path a lot of couples walk: prevent pregnancy for several years, say yes to having a baby, wait and hope, wait and hope, go to doctors, take tests and more tests, produce humiliating samples until the dreaded verdict 'infertility' is pronounced in a doctor's office. Meanwhile, friends became pregnant with ease, relatives asked intrusive questions, [...]
 
Book: How to Publish Veteran Memoirs for Free by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is a brief E-Booklet which explains how anyone who wants to become a published author, can do so whenever he wants to do it, without waiting for literary agents or publishers, and at no cost at all. Above all the author stresses the need to read and follow all instructions provided by the digital publisher and software suppliers. These will ensure successful implementation of the publishing [...]
 
Book: My Journey Through War and Peace - Explorations of a Young Filmmaker, Feminist and Spiritual Seeker (Pathfinder Trilogy Book 1) by Melissa Burch
MEMOIR 2017 SILVER WINNER OF IBPA* BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AWARD 2016 SILVER Foreword INDIES AWARD WINNER Adventure For readers of Cheryl Strayed, Martha Beck, and Elizabeth Gilbert In this adventurous spiritual memoir, Melissa Burch discovers that by facing her near death, living outside her comfort zone and trusting her intuition, she could find herself and set a new course for her life. *Independent [...]
 
Book: A Life Not My Own by T. M. Brown
In A Life Not My Own, Tina shares her personal experiences of child abuse and neglect, her struggles as a teenager and in her young adult life. The book started as a journal and was her attempt to address many of the secrets she kept from her family, pushing it all to the back in her mind. As the memories continued to resurface, she was forced to address the issues that ultimately led to her [...]
 
Book: We'd Like to do a Number Now by Ted Tayler
These stories are from my time as a singer in groups in the 60s and early 70s. They cover early gigs close to home, plus many across the country supporting household names, past and present. Stories which give an insight into the pleasures and pitfalls of being in a group and characters we met along the way. Some will make you laugh, others will make you think. All of them are true.
 
Book: Fallen Angels Cry Too by Tricia Wynter
My book 'Fallen Angels Cry Too' is an account of different situations that have taken place in my life. I have included a mixture of poetry to certain chapters in my book, where this allows me to express myself of that particular moment. My book is to show that although someone may have an unsettled start in life; it doesn't mean that we are damned. An angel may sometimes fall from grace...but [...]
 
Book: Retirement is fun - A new Chapter by Brenda Mohammed
Women and Men who have crossed fifty should not pass up this book. Retirement is when you stop working to live and start working at living. When one door closes, another opens. In her memoir Retirement is Fun - A New Chapter, which is a sequel to her first memoir My Life as a Banker - A Life WorthLiving, Brenda describes her many wonderful experiences at the end of her banking career. When Brenda [...]
 
Book: Surviving Strangers - Now Who's the Div? by Janet S. Rogers
Initially written for my children (only) I had considered writing 'my story' for several years but it wasn't until losing my father in Oct 2005 that the sense of urgency increased. I realised how little I had really known him and the sense of emptiness he left behind. I didn't want my children to experience that emotion when I shed my mortal coils. The writing starts in about 1961, I was about 4 [...]
 
Book: Into Africa - The Return by Yvonne Blackwood
Blackwood's remarkable story, articulated in Into Africa: a Personal Journey, told about her first journey to West Africa, land of her ancestors. She travelled alone and her exposure to Nigeria's tight military control caused her to experience fear as never before. In Ghana, destiny led her to meet Adamson, who became her guide, doctor and more .The story left you breathless, wanting more. Into [...]
 
Book: Through the Crimson Mirror - Book 1 by Daniel Alexander
Have you ever felt lost as a parent? Do you really know your children? As a child, have you ever felt alone? This is not your ordinary parenting book. The cover images depict something raw and naked. The topics dealt with are real and visceral. It is a story that we do not often tell: the story of parenting from a child's point of view. A roller coaster of emotions awaits readers as the author [...]
 
Book: Barney's Ballads & Blarney Volume I by Barney M
Barney is older than some of the rock formations in the Pyrenees. He has dedicated some of his twilight years in recording his experiences and opinions in illustrated rhyming verse. Often philosophical and humorous, he wastes no time in pointing the finger at those deserved of his satirical wit. Barney's Ballads & Blarney is a humorous road through what is right and what isn't, be it politics, [...]
 
Book: All the Way to Heaven and Back - Surviving the Loss of A Loved One by Kimberly Lollis Parrish
Part crime drama, part self-help, but totally captivating, author Kimberly Lollis Parrish shares her powerful story of love, brutal loss, and crushing grief. When her baby brother Griffen was born, he captured the hearts of everyone who met him, and Kimberly loved him as if he were her own. Growing up in small town South Carolina, he did his best to rise above the cruelty in life, but it slowly [...]
 
Book: Still Looking Up by Fred Gordon
Mr Fred Gordon, a man who was born into a two-parent family, decided early in life, that the streets accepted him more than his father. His father was a disciplinarian, very rough so to get away from that he found comfort in the streets. He began dating at an early age, selling drugs, and hanging out with many friends. He even spent time in jail. Fred honestly shares the intimate details of his [...]
 
Book: Memoirs from the Asylum by Kenneth Weene
What is it like to work inside a state hospital or to be a patient in such a hospital? What is it like to live inside the mind of such a patient? This tragi-comedic novel takes the reader inside the asylum, inside the worlds of three central characters: a narrator who has taken refuge from his fears of the world, a psychiatrist whose own life has been damaged by his father's depression, and a [...]
 
Book: A Life of Hope by Graham Peterson
A Life of Hope is a book written for people who have discovered that they have contracted the sexually transmitted disease Herpes. There are many books out there written by medical professionals who can tell you all the medical details with regards to this common STI. But none of those books, written by these doctors and other professionals, can tell you how you will feel, how it will affect you [...]
 
Book: Out of the Loop by Morgan McFinn
This book humorously chronicles the adventures and misadventures of a middle-aged guy from Chicago who cashes in his chips and moves to a so-called 'tropical island paradise'. There he holes up in a coconut wood, palm-thatched bungalow along the idyllic shores of an island in the Gulf of Siam. Please see web-site for synopsis, reviews and excerpts: morganmcfinn.com
 
Book: Scribbler Tales (Volume One) by Mary Ann Bernal
"Scribbler Tales is a unique mix of genres in one anthology rich with tension, humanity and genuine emotion. Unconventional settings and unexpected twists are bound to leave you pondering long after you close this book." In Desperate Measures, Audrey learns of Paul's duplicity when human cloning experiments go awry. Forbidden Lore beckons Arianna and Ethan into a haunted cemetery where they are [...]
 
Book: THE MATRIARCH - A story about my grandmother by Eileen McNeal
The Matriarch is a story about my grandmother from her early life in Charlottesville Virginia until her death in 1958 in Easton Pennsylvania The title comes from a poem my sister Marjorie discovered in a 1941 McCall s magazine written by Grace Maddock Miller She was indeed a Matriarch the leader of our family a guiding light the most caring person I have ever known and in all the years we lived [...]
 
Book: I Was Just a Radioman by Pamela Ackerson
The day that will live in infamy was just the beginning... The mysterious, illusive, and deadly Black Cats - "I Was Just a Radioman" In 1940, still in high school, Henry P. Lawrence joined the Navy Reserves. Little did he know that a year later, in May of 1941, he'd be called to service and deployed to Hawaii. No one believed the Japanese would be aggressive enough to attack a U.S. territory.The [...]
 
Book: Little Memories - Missives From the Great War by Nancy Cole Silverman
The 72nd Seaforth Highlanders were a group of Scots-Canadians, often referred to as the Ladies from Hell," known for their Mackenzie tartan kilts, their bayonets, their bagpipes and the action they saw while stationed in France where most of the Great War was fought. But in the stories Childs has chosen to share in Little Memories, are not those of brutal destruction and bloody battle scenes, but [...]
 
Book: Layers of Velvet - This Is My Life by Ursula Dianna
The life and troubled memoirs of a former exotic dancer, named Velvet. A candid, explicit look into the mind of one woman's ordeal from childhood through adulthood, riveted with torment and anguish. Velvet exposes battles, with her demons and the many obstacles throughout her life, leading up to her stand and the role she played, in the conviction of the police officer that raped her.
 
Book: Handcuffed by Charles Carpenter
A compelling true story about a young man who ventured on the wrong path despite a mother's best efforts to keep him on the straight-and-narrow path. This honest collection of memoirs written by Charles Carpenter while in the confines of California's notoriously violent state prison (New Folsom) depicts Mr. Carpenter's early years and details what led to his membership with the faction of Crips [...]
 
Book: Journeys of the Heart by Kelly Vial
Journeys of the Heart is a memoir of short stories that I have been working on over the past several years. I never thought it would come to fruition and based on the memories in this new, upcoming book, you will have a closer peek into my life as I remember it. You will see through these stories how I came to this point in my life and how I have overcome the many different obstacles that life [...]
 
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: A Friend of the Family by Beverly Olevin
A father's act of kindness invites an unexpected and possibly dangerous visitor into the tranquil small-town life of a family in Elgin, Illinois in the late 1950's. Seen through the eyes of the youngest daughter, this is a story of mystery, intrigue and tenderness. Told with warmth, humor and suspense, this is a touching true story of loyalties put to the test, and a portrait of a family facing [...]
 
Book: Psychotic Memoirs - Coming out the journey within by David Forest
It was to be an adventure - breaking with the old and finding out who I - David - really was. What begins as an optimistic coming of age story with promises of new friendships and romance, gradually evolves into the principle character and author (David) loosing touch with the outside world. This is initially through perceived stigma and paranoia surrounding sexuality and culminates in alienation [...]
 
Book: The Chakra Diaries by Becca Chopra
FREE BONUS: Downloadable audio Chakra Meditations at TheChakras.org Balance your own chakras as you learn how these "energy centers" affect love and loss, health and happiness, life and death for the participants in a chakra workshop. You'll laugh, cry and and maybe even jump for joy as you experience their transformation with them! Whether you're an avid yogi or yogini or have never heard of [...]
 
Book: My Life as a Banker - A Life worth Living by Brenda Mohammed
Want to learn what banking is all about? You will learn much more. 'Find the courage to go on, never giving up, even when the road of life curves.' Set in the lovely Caribbean island of Trinidad the author's life as a banker is much more than just a fascinating memoir. My Life as a Banker: A Life Worth Living by Brenda Mohammed was the winner of Best Bio/Memoir 2nd place in Metamorph Publishing [...]
 
Book: Lucy Green Eyes - Not Everything Green is Gold by Paulette Benjamin
"Oh, how I wished I could've told her what had happened. How I wished I could've let go and allowed the tears to spill. But I knew that if I had cried, Mama would've asked me what the matter was. And if I had told her the truth, she would've said that I was lying. And if she thought that I was lying . . . well, you know the rest. Still, I wonder . . . did she know? Did anyone know? Didn't [...]
 
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