the Gaze, by David Meade Betts. A true story of
transformation: intriguing, humorous and irreverent! An entertaining
real life adventure which takes place in the US during the tumultuous
On Santa Claus Lane, by Darrell Bain. If you can
get through this book without laughing until your
ribs are sore, you are a rare exception and haven't got a funny bone in
Confessions of a Disbarred Lawyer, by Anonymous, Esq.
A memoir of recklessness and deceit. The true story of one lawyer's
disgraceful decline into incompetence and his ultimate disbarment.
of the Prodigal Daughter, by Lucy Boutaleb.
A story of a teenage runaway called Lucy who went through hell and
triumphed in the face of adversity, narrowly missing death and survived
to tell a true "stranger than fiction" story. 20% of the book's sale
proceeds will be donated to reputable charity organisations helping
directly Missing and Exploited Children worldwide.
|Rising From The Ashes, by Michael
LaRocca. [search by author] How
Mom raised 2 sons alone. She overcame rape, abuse, abuse,
alcoholism, and the death of the man she loved. I'm the one
everyone thought would be dysfunctional. My brother's the one who
|Growth Rings, by Craig Maciolek.
"There is more to evolution than can be measured in a fossil." -- Growth
Rings. I was logging in Colorado. A life that was perfect
for me. One day I decided to leave, and I had to make some sense of
|I Love You Forever - Love,
Sweetheart, by Fred Haley. Losing a loved one is
never easy. Find out how one man dealt with the loss of his wife by
writing her love letters, all signed with her favorite name for him -
|Eat First – You Don’t Know What They’ll Give You:
The Adventures of an Immigrant Family and Their Feminist Daughter, by Sonia Pressman Fuentes. The poignant, often hilarious, and always
fascinating story of Sonia Pressman Fuentes, one of the founders of the
Second Wave of the women's movement, and her family.
of Satisfaction, by Andy Bigg. The author,
born in the United Kingdom in 1915, has endured two
world wars, a major depression and great success as a newspaperman for
one of the UK's greatest publishing organizations. Emigrating to Canada
in the 1940's would bring years of hardship....
Bondage or All the Girls I Should Have Kissed, by Kent D.
Boklan. These are not
memoirs of an extraordinary life. They are the texture of a fabric
woven of playfulness and of lingering regret. Ultimately, these memoirs
are part of a quest for sensual redemption.
Spirit: In Search Of Love, Adventure & Riches, by
Boris and Shirley King. [click on
nonfiction page 1] The authors bought a ship and sailed off
to the South Pacific eager to discover new adventures. Does it pay to
live your dreams?
by Samuel Moss Loveridge. [click on
nonfiction page 1] An account of Loveridge's life and work
in Panama during the period 1900 - 1919. The book covers his challenges
as a missionary, an unofficial social worker, a medic and a prison
|A Fascination for Fish:
Adventures of an Underwater Pioneer, by David C. Powell.
A wonderful tale of Powell’s adventures (and misadventures) as he
worked to capture the essence of the ocean and bring it to public
Diary, by Lauren Slater. The author describes
in this provocative and funny memoir the ups and downs of living on
Prozac for ten years, and the strange adjustments she had to make to
living a "normal life."
For All Seasons: A Story about a Mother, Her Son, and His Suicide,
by Patricia Spork. Discover how one mother overcame
despair and suicide ideation, and learn the details leading up to and
after her 19-year-old son's self-inflicted death.
The Early Years, by Ryan Kelly. Ryan Kelly's memoir
is a true account of a young boy's life set in the time frame of 1943
to 1960. Ryan shares a unique view of a boy dealing with a
dysfunctional family and his sexual identity.
Mostly Normal in the Middle of Nowhere: a Memoir, by John
With the depth of a memoir and the flow of a novel, Sheirer chronicles
how his simple youth of farm, sports, school, nature, and family led
him to an unlikely adulthood as an author and college professor.
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