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Dear Cedric . . .Based on a true story of WWII by Patricia Mashiter Cooper
It is 1940, the Blitz is raging over London and other key cities in Britain and tens of thousands of children are being evacuated to safe havens, both within the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. Patricia is six-years-old when she is squirrelled away in an evacuation school located deep in the heart of Shropshire. She is left there with the promise from her parents that "the war will be over very soon and then you can come [...]
 
From Tajikistan To The Moon - A Story Of Tragedy, Survival And Triumph Of The Human Spirit by Robert Frimtzis
From Tajikistan to the Moon is an inspirational, true story of the spellbinding events of World War II, the author's escape from his war-torn country, his flight to freedom, and his ultimate success in America. Told from a unique Soviet perspective, Robert Frimtzis takes you from surviving bombs of the Nazi blitzkrieg, to imminent starvation and deprivation in a mud hut in Tajikistan, to contributing to America's lunar [...]
 
Miracle In My Living Room - The Story of a Little Mann by Evelyn Mann
In this inspirational story of hope, a first-time mom is faced with unthinkable circumstances. This was not the pregnancy any woman would have planned. This mom was forced to face the option of abortion while medical professionals said her son would never survive a day outside of the womb. There were many harsh words used to describe her precious unborn child, including the devastating declaration, "not compatible with life." [...]
 
Radical Survivor - One Woman's Path Through Life, Love, and Uncharted Tragedy by Nancy Saltzman
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The Heart Is Where The Angels Sing by Kenny Miller
This is a story family history from the 1960 period. America was getting turned upside down. Everly Brothers fans were being replaced by Beatles fanatics. Quiet American streets filled with rock throwing protestors. They protested race and war and environmenal policy. Kids strapped on the new Sony Walkman and the pleasant "hello" greeting was replaced with a blank stare. The dinner table became a thing of the past as the [...]
 
This could be your story - Why no one talks about failure anymore by Andreea T Niculae
After Andreea found the love of her life everything changed, and she and Victor are a team now. Shortly after their wedding, they started to work hard to open their first small business: a salt (mine) cave in their neighborhood. Their dream became true, finally, they can bring a different type of business, one for adult relaxation and a playground for children in a healthy salty room. But the true surprise is about to come, [...]
 
Whose Boy Are You? - A Memoir of a Young Boy by Charles Frankhauser
"Whose Boy Are You?" is a poignant memoir of a young boy whose family life is shattered by his parents' unexpected and sudden divorce. After being shuffled around and living with different relatives, he lands in the care of an elderly-childless couple that are distant relatives unknown to the boy. Their guidance helps him when he needs it most and proves to be life changing. The memoir is both revealing and moving, inviting [...]
 
The Divided Island (Healing Stories) by Patricia de Hemricourt
Johathan lives happily on his island when suddenly, an earthquake rocks his world! What happened to his safe island? How will he cope? Based on the concept that a family is a child's island, The Divided Island metaphorically conveys the message that even when the family unit is broken in two, the child's safety and well-being is guaranteed by the creation of two connected units instead of the single unit the child is [...]
 
LOST IN THE PARK - A Survival Story by Sabinah Oroge
Richard is a very brave nine-year old boy who loves the wilderness. He wishes to be like his hero Daniel Boone, the famous American explorer. During a camping trip with his whole family, Richard and his little brother Bernard have a much unexpected experience that was exciting and scary at the same time! Getting lost in the forest is thrilling, but frightening as well! Does Richard remember all the things he learned from the [...]
 
The Three Kitties That Saved My Life by Michael Thomas Meyer
"This is like drinking tea and honey on a cold day." When tragedy struck, I thought for sure that my own life was at an end. I was wrong. This is the true story of how two stray rescue cats and a woman named Kitty, whom I finally met after a wild ride of internet dating, brought love, romance, and laughter back into my life. Love was then. Love is now. Love is forever. WINNER of the 2018 Stephen Memorial Award FINALIST for [...]
 
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Better To Have Loved by Christy Nicholas
In 1967, Julie was searching for something. She wasn't certain what she would find, but her search took her to San Francisco, England, Spain, Scotland, Denmark, and eventually back home to Michigan. Along the way she discovers the psychedelic lifestyle of Haight-Ashbury, difficult friends and even more difficult lovers.
 
Dog-Ma - the Zen of Slobber by Barbara Boswell Brunner
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The Dream Lived - A Memoir by Susie Sanchez
As children, we are taught to dream big. We're encouraged to shoot for the moon and to reach for the stars. Anything is possible. So, why should adulthood be any different? In her memoir, The Dream Lived, Susie Sanchez captures the essence of life through the pursuit of a dream. Defying all odds, Sanchez, a lifelong dancer, perseveres through the trials and tribulations of balancing family life with dance life as she dreams [...]
 
Every Five Minutes by Bronwyn Elsmore
A woman, a man, a white dog. The woman calls herself Gina, but it may not be her real name. The woman calls the man Mr Chipzenburger - definitely not his name. The dog is less complicated and is happy to answer to Electra. Their story will make you laugh and cry. A B.R.A.G. Medallion book. Reviewers say - "I adored this book" "I hated the story to end. Read it and you'll see. It's a lovely, lovely book." "A [...]
 
The Meaning of Children - Stories by Beverly Akerman
Organized into three sections--titled "Beginning," "Middle," and "End"--the 14 stories in this collection approach the complexities of being human during those three distinct but interdependent stages of life. The author combines emotional depth and literary appeal to view the world through the eyes of children, the sorrow and satisfactions of the child-bearing years, and the culmination of life in old age. Skillfully woven [...]
 
No Commitments - A Novel by Val Sharp
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I Have Mine...Show Me Yours - A Memoir by Grant M. Handgis
This satirical memoir is based upon real life experiences as they occurred, with all the attendant embarrassments connected therein. Although the story may be real, not all of the characters may be so.. I have taken the liberty of embellishing upon the theme at certain times to accommodate the story, for satirical reasons, yet sadly enough much of the story is all too real. The characters in this memoir are mostly real, [...]
 
Small Town Ho - The Hilarious Story of Moving from the Big City to North Idaho by Duke Diercks
Have You Ever Wanted OFF the Treadmill ?? New author Duke Diercks bursts onto the scene with the hilarious memoir of one family's move from the big city to the panhandle of North Idaho. No Jobs. No friends. Just buckets of our own ignorance. Follow along in horror and hilarity as the family acclimates to the new small town way of life and the author bounces from jobs working in a school cafeteria to selling women's clothing [...]
 
Barely Above Water by Gail Pallotta
An illness comes out of nowhere and strikes Suzie Morris. Her boyfriend dumps her. She has no living family, and her physician can't diagnose the malady. Suzie relies on her Christian faith as she faces the uncertainty of the disease, and turns to a renowned alternative doctor in Destin, Florida. She takes a job coaching a county-sponsored summer swim team. She's determined to turn the fun, sometimes comical, rag-tag bunch [...]
 
Aussie Larrikins by Jack Coull
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A Strange Mother by M. L. Reid
Set partly in England and partly in Jamaica, this is a wonderfully evocative and dramatic real-life tale of a British girl who was kidnapped from her father by her mother after she lost custody of her child. In revenge the young child is taken away to Jamaica and lives there with her mother. For fifteen years or more she lives in severe hardship and is subjected to mental, psychological and physical abuse at the hands of her [...]
 
The Sins of Soldiers by S. J. Hardman Lea
Silver Medal winner in the 19th Annual Foreword Indies Book of the Year Award 2016 An emotional thriller of a historical novel set in France at the height of the First World War. But who will survive to tell the tale? It is 1916 and the war in France is hot and about to get hotter. Embedded undercover in a British infantry regiment on the Western Front, Anson Scott, an American newspaperman, watches, waits and writes his [...]
 
Wrong Place Wrong Time by David P Perlmutter
A London estate agent found himself on the wrong side of the law one night, leading to the loss of his driving licence, his job, his home and sending him spiraling into depression. He decided to visit Spain for a change of scenery and lifestyle but got way more than he bargained for when before long, misfortune, circumstance and a degree of stupidity landed him in more trouble than that from which he had fled back home. One [...]
 
Echoes of Clara Avenue by Edward Farber
Take a stroll along an old, decaying, city neighborhood with its now-empty, silent hulks and imagine the people who lived there through the years. That is precisely what author Edward Farber does in his new collection of short stories, Echoes of Clara Avenue. In the collection are stories that appeared previously in literary magazines, an indication that these are not stories by a novice but by a practiced storyteller with a [...]
 

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