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Book: Ghetto Bastard 2 (The Ghetto Bastard Series) by Russell Vann
AMAZON #1 BESTSELLER! The saga continues ... The words, "I love you" are echoed a million times a minute around the world, but what is love? Is it about a spiritual connection? Is love a form of infatuation? Are the words "I love you" a source of manipulation? In Ghetto Bastard: Book 2, twenty-six-year-old Malik Russell continues to discover the negative impact of love as he knows it. Society [...]
 
Book: Oakland's Daughter and Her Struggles to Overcome by Maria Harper Davis
Maria wrote the book title Oakland's Daughter and Her Struggles to Overcome. A true story of survival from the hood. Now a married young lady, who was born in Oakland, California, who survived almost every adversity one could imagine. Maria was affect by gun violence before the age of two. Her father died as a result gun violence in Southern California. Maria experienced a lot of trials and [...]
 
Book: Ghetto Bastard - A Memoir (The Ghetto Bastard Series) by Russell Vann
AMAZON #1 BESTSELLER! Society has labelled babies born between 1961 and 1982 Generation X. But in 1968, in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx, which was one of the most dope-infested areas of the world, they donned another moniker. Right across the bridge from Harlem, in the glory days of notorious drug kingpins such as Nicky Barns and Frank Lucas, children born in this section were known as [...]
 
Book: Love Knows No Boundaries by Joseph C. Walls
This is a poetry book based on love poetry. My ex wife inspired me to write this poetry book. The primary readers for my book is for all who likes good love poetry. It took me 6 months to write this book. I came up with the title because I feel that love has no boundaries at all. This cover was chosen because it is of a man and woman and their in love. The cover is very romantic. The hardest part [...]
 
Book: Looking For Love by Katie Haynes
This book is about a woman finding her way back to her love. Only to find he hasn't been entirely honest, and has left more than one scorned woman in his past. A web of lies and deceit follows them because of his online dating adventures. A twist in the book of what a crazy world of online dating has become. This book was easy to write and to find the title. Being divorced and then dating online [...]
 
Book: How To Be A Smart SOB Like Me by Larry Landgraf
Work, money, food, relationships, life in general these are the everyday struggles for billions crowded into our challenging world. Larry Landgraf tells us his story and the many lessons he's learned for finding extraordinary happiness. How to Be a Smart SOB Like Me is a stark but heartfelt examination of a life well-lived. You might like him, and you might not, but you can't help but learn ways [...]
 
Book: We Hope You Like This Song - An Overly Honest Story about Friendship, Death, and Mix Tapes by Bree Housley
From fourth grade onward, shy, nervous Bree Housley and fearless, outgoing Shelly were an inseparable, albeit unlikely, pair. Their friendship survived everything from the awkward years of junior high to the transformative upheavals of early adulthood until, at the young age of 25, Shelly lost her life to complications caused by Preeclampsia. We Hope You Like This Song is a tribute to the [...]
 
Book: Unshaken Wonder - Becoming Playful Elders Together by Lori Kane
I feared that I'd never get there. To Unapologetic Playfulness Land. Lori's own Promised Land. Maya Angelou got there. Gandhi got there. The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and even writer Anne Lamott got there. My friends Bernie DeKoven, Bayo Akomolafe, and Natalie Kinsey the tree-haired wonder got there. Even Mom got there, thanks in large part to her Alzheimer's disease. But could I get there? Could [...]
 
Book: The high road has less traffic - honest advice on the path through love and divorce by Monique A. Honaman
The must read roadmap for anyone who is confronting infidelity, divorce, separation, family breakups or communciation breakdowns. Within weeks of being told, "I don't love you and I want a divorce," Monique A. Honaman promised herself, "I won't go through this agonizing event without turning it around and helping others to learn from it." In The High Road Has Less Traffic, Monique shares her [...]
 
Book: Honest And For True (The Adventures Of Lee And Bucky Book 1) by Jane Lebak
29-year-old Lee has a Park Slope apartment with easy access to Manhattan, loves her job as an auto mechanic, and can see her guardian angel (a wisecracker with a fascination for the Rumours album.) That's kind of a full life for a kid in the world's biggest playground. Despite what everyone thinks, she doesn't need, or want, a romantic relationship. Far more comfortable in blue jeans and flannel [...]
 
Book: Saving Eden - An International Ecology romance by S C Hamill
SAVING EDEN featuring WARD THOMAS. An Ecology Romance. New Edition. The Small Town American Girl. The Englishman, and the Frog! Amazon review 5 stars; To generate that level of emotion in a reader in respect of a fictional character is a brilliant achievement on the part of the author Amazon review 5 stars; An entertaining read which I highly recommend if you want a charming romance that is a [...]
 
Book: Captain Delightable's Magical Tales (Time Travel Historical Romance) by Val Edward Simone
In the genre of Dan Millman's "The Way of the Peaceful Warrior", join Captain Delightable on a gentle journey - a story that traverses Space-Time and tells of a love that grows through the ages - to discover what is real while searching for the answer to one amazing question: What is possible if one truly believes? Former Ship's Captain, Cornelius Alexander Delightable, claims he is a [...]
 
Book: BREAKUP - Enduring divorce by Leo Averbach
Breakup is a brutally honest and unusual divorce memoir, written as a journal in real time. Averbach's narrative interweaves his ordeal with his psychotherapy in a deeply- reflective, intimate manner. His concomitant process of transformation gives Breakup a far-reaching significance that is quite compelling.
 
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: Horses - A Religion by Stephen Place
From the Gypsies at the famous Appleby Horse Fair to International 3 day eventing. This is the story of a lifetime spent with horses. A truthful, at times brutally honest account of dealing horses, competing them and trying to make a living from them. Funny, sad and at times hard to comprehend in its observation of the human aspect when involved in this enchanting, all encompassing lifestyle.
 
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: My Butterfly Cancer by Markie Madden
Cancer. It's one of the things we most dread to hear about ourselves or a family member. Many people will think it's the end of the line for them. Markie tells the brutally-harsh and honest story of her battle with leukemia (AML specifically), and the struggles that she and her family experienced during this tragic time. Find out how the butterfly effect and her battle with cancer led her to [...]
 
Book: Pink Tootsie by T.M. Raskin
Not everyone is ready for what I divulge. Some may think I go too far. People have asked me what the catalyst of my drug addiction was. I look inside myself and try to answer honestly. But there is no "one" thing. I believe it was a combination of many things starting with my lineage. Most have heard of Yin and Yang, Nature vs Nurture and Karma but these are only theories. In an attempt to answer [...]
 
Book: Table Talk - Memoirs of a Bikini Waxer by Caren A. Stein
Brutally Honest & Ridiculously Funny...Table Talk: Memoirs of a Bikini Waxer is a hilarious collection of stories, opinions, rantings and ravings that will leave you laughing your hairless ass OFF! Each chapter represents a different hat worn by Caren on any given day as a hair removal specialist. The Bikini Waxer -- The Love Doctor -- The Bearded Lady -- The Belle of the Balls- no subject is off [...]
 
Book: Two dogs and a suitcase - Clueless in Charente by Sarah Jane Butfield
"Take two dogs, an expat family and eventually some other animals, facing all that France can throw at them, and you have another brutally honest episode in Sarah Jane's travel stories!" This travel memoir, the sequel to Glass Half Full: Our Australian Adventure, follows our French exploits as we endeavour to rebuild our lives in another new country, after spending four and half years in [...]
 
Book: The Book of Noah - 3 - 21 by G. Eric Francis
"What an inspirational story of a family with so many strikes against them." "This book made me laugh through their crazy life issues and cry through their serious life struggles." "(This was) was a difficult read at times. When you become emotionally invested in people and their struggles their pain can feel like your pain and their triumphs can feel like your triumphs. The author of this book [...]
 
Book: Delsey Prodigal by Sue Lloyd
Do you like compelling accounts of life with realistic characters? Do you seek out characters who will draw you in and take you on their journey while challenging you along the way? Read Sue Lloyd's debut novel Delsey Prodigal; a poignant story which has been awarded a very worthy 5-star review by Readers' Favourite. Be transported into Tom Bardsley's world and share his highs, lows, laughter and [...]
 
Book: A Day in the Life of a Nursing Student by Sandra Carlson
In 1993 I graduated nursing school and obtained a Vocational Nurse license. I have now had that license for 19 years. And even though I haven't had the opportunity to progress that license, I have done many things to advance my knowledge and skill base. When I was in school, even though it was stressful at times, it was one of the best things I ever did. I originally finished the book in 1996, [...]
 
Book: Who Says? by Rachel Kidd
No doubt, like most people, at sometime or another YOU will have daydreamt about how you would handle things were you to strike it rich. However, it is highly doubtful you will have ever given a single moments thought to how you would handle things if your life to suddenly become a living hell. Who ever does? Certainly not Rachel Kidd, but in the space of only a few seconds that is exactly what [...]
 
Book: Lust, Lessons, Love and Life by Angela Marshall
LUST...The things I sometimes succumb to mentally and physically. Is it fantasy or the freedom from commitment I truly seek. LESSONS...Class is always in session. The student never becomes the teacher. LOVE...Kissing honest but sometimes lying lips. Feeling pleasure and pain. It's better to have loved and not lost. LIFE...Live it or it is lived for you. Either way you are a participant.
 
Book: The True Diary of Baby's First Year - a mothering companion by Charlie Plunkett
In Charlie's Diary she recounts those magical first days when she finally gains access to the best club in the world 'Parenthood'... Her diary is a humorous and honest account of her attempts to be that ever elusive 'Yummy Mummy' she keeps reading about. But with boobs that are so sore getting fully dressed isn't really an option and no free time to visit a hairdressers she finds that 'Scummy [...]
 
Book: Witness in the Park (A Sea Oak Mystery - Book One) by Adele M Cooper
Who would want to kill an honest man.... In the town of Sea Oak, Jerry Barton was a nice average guy who never hurt anyone. He was intelligent, but a true introvert which made him socially awkward. A financial setback meant he had to work two or three jobs to pay off his debts. But then, why was he targeted and murdered? Investigative reporter, April Longmont, was a classmate of Barton's and is [...]
 
Book: The Final Mile by Cal Smyth
A man who has lost everything. Push him a little further. And he's going to fight back... Ryan Morgan is a good guy, a family man who runs his own business and lives by the rules. But when his business is liquidated, his house repossessed and his wife leaves him, Ryan starts to question the system. For years, the rich have ripped us off. It's time someone made them pay. Seeking payback, Ryan [...]
 
Book: Heirs of Glory by Tim Doutreval
London, 1888. When Calvin Sheridan finds Marie, a childhood friend, brutally murdered in London, he goes on a quest to solve her murder and discover himself. Along the way, he enlists the help of French fencing-master Etienne Lefevre. Together, they explore secret societies, hidden codes, duels, and radicals. Will the lessons from the fencing-room help him to put together the puzzle of Marie's [...]
 
Book: Deals Diabolical by Erin Thorne
A father loses his beloved child to her own impulsive nature, and desperately wishes for her safe return to the family home. An up-and-coming disc jockey working the late shift is brutally attacked, and desires nothing more than vigilante justice. The wife of a successful businessman suffers the first blows of domestic violence, and vows that her daughter will never see her father become a [...]
 


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