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Book: We Were Still Kids by Nataisha Hill
A Troubled Past Can Lead to a Nostalgic Present Charlie constantly finds herself reminiscing about the good times at grandma's house. She recalled her brother and sister playing outside while she helped Grandma Rose pick greens from the garden. The delicious soul food, the gospel teachings, and getting eggs from the chicken coop were only a few of the fond memories that entertained Charlie. [...]
 
Book: Conflicting Hearts by J. D. Burrows
Rachel Hayward hoped to have a quiet thirtieth birthday alone. Instead, fate had different plans. Late for work, she takes her eyes off the road and rear-ends the car in front of her. The brief colliding encounter begins a relationship between two strangers who are struggling to overcome their past. As the romance deepens and intimacy results, their desires conflict. Ian is tenderhearted and [...]
 
Book: The Sounds That Resonate by Christie Amory
Life is rarely what you expect it to be... Audrey Laverty always knew she was a good person. She also knew she could make her life the way she wanted it to be. She had everything she wanted until one thing changed it all and her world turned into something she didn't recognize. Surrounded by other people's problems, she describes how she makes her way through the following two years, three months [...]
 
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: Scarves of White - Replacing our Issues with the Covering of Christ by Jennifer Waddle
I'm tired, aren't you? Tired of the issues that weigh me down. We all have them you know. Things like anger, insecurity, discontentment and even oppression, are like colorful scarves we choose to wear each day. We open our drawers and decide that a little anger won't hurt, a little pride, a little discontentment...and soon we find ourselves covering up our true identity. You see, Our issues were [...]
 
Book: My Father's Prostitute - Story of a Stolen Childhood by Steven Whitacre
An honest, and sometimes brutal, true story of one man's struggle growing up in the shadow of childhood sexual abuse. From his difficulties growing up, to his drug addiction, failed relationships, and struggles with parenthood, the author takes us through the ups and downs of a life spent in the shadows, trying to make sense of the events that formed the basis of his being. Sometimes tragic, [...]
 
Book: Childhood's Day by John B. Rosenman
This story stems from a specific memory. I was walking down the street on the way to a doctor's appointment when I noticed a store specializing in reprographs. Reprography is the reproduction of graphics through various means such as photography. For example, the reproduction of an old photograph into a new one. Just like that, an idea for a story leaped into my head. Suppose you could reproduce [...]
 
Book: Circumstances of Childhood by John W. Howell
When a former pro football star and broadcaster, now a Wall Street maven is accused of insider trading, will he be able to prove his innocence and expose those who are guilty? Greg and his boyhood pal dreamed of big success in professional football and then later in business. Greg was the only one to live the dream. Now the founder of an investment fund Greg is faced with a routine audit finding [...]
 
Book: Life Over A Cup Of Tea by Ray Stone
A collection of humorous, sad, thoughtful and thought provoking poetry, lyrics and anecdotes. This collection is a look at life through the eyes - and warped mind - of an englishman living in the USA. This is a must that can bring light releif to that time of day when one sips the elixir of life - a cup of tea.
 
Book: Pinky Swear - A YA Short Story by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
The teen daughter of a Puerto Rican enlisted man faces prejudice and finds love at Ft. Knox in the fall of 1964. "Although this short story is categorized for young adults, I am certain it will appeal to many baby boomers like me. From the moment I downloaded it to my Kindle Fire, I couldn't stop reading." -- Kathleen M. Rodgers, author of the novel THE FINAL SALUTE A prequel to the 2008 Amazon [...]
 
Book: Vagabond Boy - Memoir of a Youth's Journey Through a Heartland of Chaos by Joel Everett Harding
This true adventure story concerns a boy who navigates through an unusual childhood while traveling throughout 1950s America with his restless parents, bumping into reality at every turn. The author's encounters with strange landscapes, curious people, and dubious caretakers dangle confusing lessons he must choose to accept or discard at his peril. The book abounds in humor and boyhood adventure, [...]
 
Book: Backyards & Belly Laughs by Nancy J. Tobin
A charming, rare collection of photographic memories from the turn-of-the-century depicting children playing games and having fun. Each historic image is accompanied by a delightful poem written in the cadence of children's games of the era. A book for children and adults alike, these images portray life in the backyard, captured in the split-second of a camera flash one-hundred years ago. Peek [...]
 
Book: A Tree Called TENALPA by Tim I. Gurung
Bert Yellow was running a noodle shop with his wife and son in a foreign soil. Life was simple and happy until the people from the foods and hygiene department paid a surprise visit at his noodle shop. Bolak Brown had a grocery store and was living happily with his family in a foreign land until the police raided his shop and found a package of drug. Lander Gray was working in a big corporation [...]
 
Book: The Way Barred (Not Quite Eden Book 4) by Dominique Kyle
Eve is making great strides in her Formula Two Stocks driving career, and is predicted by the pundits to be the girl most likely to smash through the glass ceiling of the sport. Unfortunately she is struggling to get over her broken relationship and everyone is nagging her to cheer up and put it behind her. So to fill the empty space in her life, she launches her own business with her Stocks [...]
 
Book: Ghostly Justice by Bev Irwin
Fifteen-year-old Daria Brennan doesn't want to hear people's - thoughts. She doesn't want to see ghosts or talk to dead - people. And she definitely doesn't want to help solve a fortyyear - old murder. But Amanda wants revenge, and Daria is the first human - contact she's had since the day she died. Now the killer is after - Daria and her friends. Can they solve Amanda's murder before - becoming [...]
 
Book: Christians with Pervasive Issues by Annie Brown
What Issues Stand Between - You and God? Even as a faithful Christian, there may be times when you feel that there is no hope of escaping issues and themes in your life that ensnare and trip you up time and time again. When a certain pattern of behavior or type of suffering has been following you all your life, it's hard to believe that you can ever escape from it. Christians with Pervasive [...]
 
Book: Five Steps by Tim I. Gurung
After losing his family in a freak accident, John had no desire of living and withdrew from the public by locking himself inside the house for a month. When he revisited the accident scene again, he found a memory stick that had five mysterious telephone numbers and decided to investigate them. It took him to Okinawa/Japan and introduced to Hirokaju-San, to Lhasa/Tibet and met Norbu, to [...]
 
Book: A Trail of Honesty by JA Angelo
Summertime is vacation time for the Angelino family, and the two Angelino boys are excited about their upcoming camping trip. They're going to the local state park, where they can swim, go fishing, and look for wildlife! Being on vacation doesn't mean the boys have to be careful. An encounter with a sneezing deer provides their father with an opportunity to teach the boys about respecting [...]
 
Book: It's My Turn to Be the Hero - The Escapades of Three Tropical Baby-Boomers by BA, LMSW, Mr. Etienne A. Gibbs
Sitting here in my home on the island of St. Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands with plenty of retirement time on my hands, my mind keeps wandering back to my early teaching days at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School here on St. Thomas. But, I especially can't help thinking about Tom, Dick, and Larry, those rambunctious three musketeers-students of my third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade [...]
 
Book: Stop and Think About Guns in Your Life-Childhood by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
This is a unique form of memoir which focuses exclusively on specific events during a lifetime that exposed the writer to various types of firearms and weapons in a whole gamut of situations that took place in many different parts of the world. The author, draws almost exclusively on his own experiences. He is neither a gun collector nor gun enthusiast, and has never served in any military or [...]
 
Book: Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art by Kyra Belan
Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art is a contemporary art history book that documents Kyra Belan's art. She is a post modern artist who is interested in equal rights for women, ecological issues, and animal rights. For over three decades Belan has been creating her social issues artworks. She proposes that women's mythologies, history, and philosophical values must assume a mainstream position [...]
 
Book: Light in the Closet - Torah, Homosexuality, and the Power to Change by Arthur Goldberg
This book uniquely integrates what the truth of science with the Trust of the Ages concerning unwanted homosexuality and how modern psychology supports the principles set forth in our religious texts. It also explains the influence of the politically correct culture and how it has influenced the secular and religious debate on sexuality subjects. It explores many contemporary issues such as [...]
 
Book: My Soul to Keep - Volume I by Ashleigh Grant
It has been called many things. It used to be called multiple personality, but the name itself was shrouded by layers of misconceptions. Now it has a more clinical-sounding name, one that I feel is even more woefully inaccurate. I still refer to it as a separated personality. This book became an integral part of my own healing process. It began it as a personal journal more than twenty years ago [...]
 
Book: Tractors, Diggers & Dozers - A Childhood Education Science Picture Book About Tractors, Diggers & Bulldozers by Lilley Light
Written by Lilly Light, 'Tractors, Diggers and Dozers - A Childhood Education Science Picture Book About Tractors, Diggers & Bulldozers' is a non-fiction introduction to the wonderful world of heavy equipment. The book is filled with colorful photographs that look amazingly good on all devices and are sure to please younger children and kids ages 6-8 and also boys and men. Lilley presents the [...]
 
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: Hymie and the Angel by Norman Beim
"Hymie and the Angel" is both a memoir and a fantasy, a visit with relatives long since gone. I selected a picture of my father for the cover. I've set the Greek legend of Alcestis in Newark, New Jersey in the 1930s. This book features both suspense and love. The book is also a picture of an immigrant family, a group of people from an old country struggling and adapting to a new life, clinging to [...]
 
Book: The Man Behind the Shadow by Rony Lamur
Touching, honest, interesting and elegantly styled, The Man Behind The Shadow is a self-help, motivational, and inspirational novel. Many people, while going through hard times, tend to believe that it is impossible to improve their situations. Others believe that nature and society are all against them, thus the chance of succeeding is almost non-existent. Many young men and women tend to [...]
 
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: We're Not Like the Others by Leonard Stegmann
In this collection of his popular humor essays, Leonard Stegmann confronts his fear as he comes face-to-face with a hideous Louisiana night creature, explains why as a child he felt the need to shoot a bottle rocket out of his bedroom window, how he came to the conclusion that he much prefers going to funerals than weddings, and why, even though he would have preferred his house to be cleaned by [...]
 
Book: The man-eating tiger of Yeleswaram - and other tales from my Indian childhood by Rajesh Valluri
Also from the Author Akhi's Bytes and NASA's Flights: Off to Mars - Now on sale on Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6R6CB7/ When a man-eating tiger was on the prowl terrorising villagers in the area, the local landlord, or Zamindar as they are called in India, took it upon himself to get rid of the menace. Being an avid hunter with years of experience behind him, he was angry and [...]
 
Book: Land Of Mountains by Jinx Schwartz
A ten-year-old's new home on an exotic Caribbean island proves so fascinating she quickly forgets she didn't want to leave Texas. After all, where better than a jungle world teeming with voodoo, mystery, and a really pesky zombie, to indulge her favorite pastime: snooping. In this humorous mystery, award-winning author Jinx Schwartz transports the reader to another time and place where rivers, [...]
 
Book: People and Things That Went Before by Leonard Stegmann
We are told we shouldn't live in the past, but surely there's no harm in the occasional visit? In this nostalgic collection, Leonard Stegmann remembers those delicious school lunches, his first cuss word, what he should have told those nuns and his grandma's incomprehensible inability to see the nearly-unlimited humor potential in a slice of rubber cheese. A warm, funny and sometimes sad look [...]
 
Book: Zoren - Child of God by Sarah Duffy
Zoren's destiny and purpose in Christ is prophesied about to his mother's family. A spiritual war erupts around him crumbling his peaceful life and leading him to search out his true identity as a chosen child of God. Zoren must arise in bravery and take up his fiery sword of the spirit. All seems lost when he is captured by the evil King of Ragost, but with his mysterious companion he will [...]
 
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 [...]
 
Book: Letters to My Children by Russell Bittner
What follows (part dialogue, part monologue, mostly rumination) is a series of letters I wrote to my two children, Chris(topher) Russell and Alex(andra) Sophia, over the course of 21 years. The first letter is one I wrote to my son on his day of birth: November 25, 1991; the last is one I wrote to my daughter leading up to her eighteenth birthday on June 8, 2012. Some letters are missing from [...]
 


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