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Book: The Eleventh Hour by Margot Maurice
The Eleventh Hour... sequel to 'Six Months to Live,' my Cardiomyopathy Story of Mind over Medicine. This book explores my continuing story after its prequel and explains the trials and tribulations of some of the happenings when one decides to explore the uncharted waters of health and its research. Decisions have to be made and as a layman many of these decisions have to be made without [...]
 
Book: The Accident and the Artist by Hazel S. Muller
The Accident and the Artist is a book written out of a personal experience. It is true. I thought my life had come to an end, and indeed my life as I had known it did come to an end. I was no longer able to work so had to learn to do something else to occupy my time. But, before that could happen I went through a lot of pain and pain medication. Part of the book happens during the times my body [...]
 
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: DRIVEN - Notes of a Neurotic Entrepreneur by Max Barnet and Hugh Aaron (Editor)
A business novel with locomotive force, rare in its honest presentation of the drama of business. The author holds nothing back in this story about running a small manufacturing company. He writes of the double dealings, the betrayals and petty dishonestys, as well as the acts of generosity, trust and loyalty that occur in his relationships with his employees, his customers, the bank, his [...]
 
Book: D. H. Lawrence A Personal Record by E.T. Jessie Chambers and Marciano Guerrero
E. T. is the pseudonym that Jessie Chambers (1887 - 1944) used to publish her memoirs, with emphasis on her friendship with D. H. Lawrence. This little book is of great importance for readers to get to know more in depth the complex psychology of D. H. Lawrence both as a man and writer. The importance lies in the fact that Jessie's remembrances are a reliable depiction of Lawrence's boyhood and [...]
 
Book: Tears of Fire - A Woman's Account of a Journey Through the Underworld by Morgaine O'Kerry Hamouris, PhD
This is a love story, although not in the conventional sense of romantic love. This book explores the transformative power of suffering in a revealing narrative informed by spiritual practice. This book explores what it takes to keep your heart open in hell even if it is of your own making. The author relates her struggle in living life with a broken heart not as someone special, but rather as [...]
 
Book: Rat-Tail Curves by James Ostby
Throughout the rise of humankind we have always faced new horizons. The humanoids in the next forest or the the Neanderthals in the nearby cave, . . . . The land of other Homo sapiens across the river, or the mysterious country on the far side of the mountain range. What about the reports of even more far-away lands, and of terra firma beyond the oceans great? And what if, because of a vast [...]
 
Book: Secret Worlds - A True Story of Deception, Illusion and Intrigue by S. Green
True story by a woman with the spirit of a warrior. A Purple Heart Vietnam veteran, whose military path was carefully orchestrated by others without her knowledge. She found herself straddling a precarious and dangerous line separating two worlds, often falling between the cracks in the system where shadow forces operate. In that place she was free to move invisibly. No one in her split reality [...]
 
Book: The Weight Of Beauty by Neda Dropulić
"I was afraid I couldn't live up to the image of the woman I had to be. Being a woman means being pretty, well-groomed, smart, caring, kind, happy, a mother, a nurturer, a protector, a lover, a friend, support and a teacher. I couldn't be all of that! I couldn't do it all perfectly! I was falling apart, looking at my life and feeling scared, paralysed by the mess in my past. I didn't know where [...]
 
Book: Donkey Walloper - A Coppers Tale Part II by Stephen Place
Donkey Walloper ( A Coppers Tale part II) a rollercoaster ride through the streets of Bradford in the vice squad dealing with drug dealers, prostitutes and pimps. Onto the Mounted Branch riding police horses at football matches, riots, pop concerts and the streets of Yorkshire. Hilarious stories about changing the guard at Buckingham Palace and being presented to the Queen Mother. Very honest, [...]
 
Book: Dodge City - A Coppers Tale Part I by Stephen Place
A Hard hitting honest story of a young lad from Bradford who joins the Policeforce as a young cadet and goes onto become a police constable. Often very funny, tragic and very realistic. The life of a young policeman dealing with the day to day problems of policeing a multicultural large city centre known fondly as Dodge City.
 
Book: Travel To The G-Spot -- The Guide Book by Steve Cohen
It's hard being travel writer Danny Gladstone. There are all those first-class free trips, all over the world, staying in the best hotels, eating at the finest restaurants. Terribly stressful. There are women! There are drugs. Then there's the family back home. He tells himself he does it all for them, but... When Danny learns he's dying, it triggers a late wave of self-reflection. His story is a [...]
 
Book: Watching From Above - A Care Giver's Story by Eugene T. Bernascone
My wife and I have been in love with each other since 1961. I recall all the happy and wonderful times we've had. As we both got older, she developed Alzheimer's. Not too long after that, she suffered a stroke and was completely bedridden. I was her primary caregiver for over twelve years. I made sure she was as comfortable as possible until her passing three years ago. She taught me what true [...]
 
Book: Amen's Boy - A Fictionalized Autobiography by Jacob Campbell & William Maltese
Ripped from today's headlines, and based on the scandalously true story, Amen's Boy tells the tale of a young man who decides to become a Catholic priest. But before he can graduate from the seminary, he must preserve his youthful innocence from the physical, mental, and sexual abuse of...a sadistic father, a violent brother, a molesting classmate, and a secret cabal of priests hiding within the [...]
 
Book: Brown Scarf Blues by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." Reeling from the deaths of two loved ones, an Israeli writer travels to Spain--his ancestors' homeland--for a conference of Sephardic Jews. In Seville, he finds a scarf that comforts him for thirteen days. Then, just as suddenly, it vanishes in Madrid. For the writer, the scarf becomes a symbol of loss: of goodbyes to things and people. [...]
 
Book: Inner Journeys - Explorations of the Soul by Dr. G. Michael Vasey
Inner Journeys: Explorations of the Soul is an autobiographical account of studying with a western mystery school. It explains; How to meditate, visualize, and explore inner worlds, What occult schools actually offer their students, Why the occult and magic have more in common with self improvement and psychoanalysis techniques than with the idea of wand waving, broom riding magicians
 
Book: Victim of Circumstance by Douglas Rappaport
A collection of autobiographical vignettes, Victim of Circumstance is a meditation on love and loss, examining our perceptions of ourselves and how they shape the most important decisions of our lives. With humor and heart, Rappaport bounds across years and continents, searching for sense in life's heartbreaks, philosophical quandaries, chance encounters, and the occasional life-or-death [...]
 
Book: Hooked - Based on the story of Jim Baugh Outdoors
A young boy raised on the docks of the Chesapeake Bay escapes his mother severe mental illness. Adulthood brings family, over a 25 year television career, and the perilous insane comedic journey of online computer dating. A hilarious secular southern Gothic autobiographical story about one mans faith that started under the bloom of a Magnolia Tree.
 
Book: Never to be Seen Again by R. Shangit
'Never To Be Seen Again' is my first autobiographical book, documenting my career as an electrician and later an employee within the education system. Often humorous, it describes my journey through the Heath and Thatcher years, the ensuing power cuts and industrial unrest. Whilst my incarceration within the education system has been enlightening, it has left a definite impact upon me which I [...]
 
Book: A Vagabond in Mexico by S. Guzmán-C.
A Vagabond in Mexico, by S. Guzman-C., is an autobiographical novel concerning a man's travels to Mexico in search of a new life. As his search progresses he becomes more a participant than a spectator through his interactions in the Mexican culture. With his finances dwindling, he is drawn deeper into the oppressed world of the underpaid worker finally taking his place. Oppressed by poverty he [...]
 
Book: Embodiment Of Hope - Life Story Based On Luo Culture And Customs by Edward Orony Omolo
EMBODIMENT OF HOPE is a family's footprints on the sands of time. The author has used his own family as an example in writing is own tale of undying hope, courage and determination and the style is autobiographical and ethnographic, which makes his writing rare piece of literature. The testament ends with the story of the grandsons, and other members of this great family, who have turned into a [...]
 
Book: Chocolate Soldier - An Equestrian Rifleman's Story by Murray Hickling
Chocolate Soldier - An Equestrian Rifleman's Story is the true story of a young man's coming of age in South Africa's turbulent Apartheid years. It is an autobiographical account of Murray Hickling's experience in the SADF, serving in a Mounted Infantry Unit. Set against the backdrop of Namibia's hearbreakingly beautiful landscape, this is a gritty story of the gruelling and hilarious experiences [...]
 
Book: My Hilarious Sex Life by Andrew Tibor Halmay
This is a collection of autobiographical articles which frequently focus on comical aspects of the author's sex life over the past 75 years - in three countries on two continents. Sometimes a romantic, often a moralist, always a compulsive entertainer, the author takes pride in having once made a bed-mate laugh so hard she fell out of bed. Kirkus Reviews have written the following: "A mildly [...]
 
Book: kNewspapers - A Novel About Love and Citizen Journalism by K. Paul Mallasch
Sex, Drugs and Journalism Studies Paul Malinski transforms into kpaul as he journeys through the wilderness and the universe when banished from corporate media. Along the way, he learns a lot about journalism, greed, love, black holes, Occupy Wall Street, robots and automation, poetry, selflessness, mental illness and much more. Perhaps most important, he learns about himself and that one person [...]
 
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: Forsythia - A Memoir of Lost Generations by Peter Longley
Encased within the drama of John Galsworthy's 'The Forsyte Saga ,' Peter Hovenden Longley weaves an autobiographical reminiscence of his own English family from the 1880s to the 1960s. Brought up in the last days of 'Forsythia', a world of the 3 percent born in privilege to serve the British Empire, Longley celebrates his family's lost generations. Nothing--neither the abdication of the king and [...]
 
Book: Goodbye Brooklyn by Annette Fabian Winter
What should a white bride do when her adversary, a therapist who utilizes a mysterious lead-lined box to cure his patients, secures a carpentry job for her black hubby with a loin-clothed, foul-mouthed ex-patient of his on a remote Caribbean island? An island where Voodoo is still practiced. And what if the bride, unsafely housed in a mid-forest hovel, discovers that this employer appears to have [...]
 
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 Stealer of Memories by Mois Benarroch
It has happened to all of us, we're talking with our brother of a childhood memory and suddenly he says, but you didn't do that, I did. And that seems normal. But, what do we remember when we remember? Scientific studies show that in less than twenty-four hours we have already changed the memory of what has happened to us. Perhaps our memories are not always completely ours, only partially ours, [...]
 
Book: Home by Uvi Poznansky
Home. A simple word; a loaded one. You can say it in a whisper; you can say it in a cry. Expressed in the voices of father and daughter, you can hear a visceral longing, in poems and prose, for an ideal place. A place never to be found again. Imagine the shock, imagine the sadness when a daughter discovers her father's work, the poetry he had never shared with anyone during the last two decades [...]
 


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