A Rumor of Roses

Planting Seeds of God's Extravagant Love
By Sally Klein O'Connor

A Rumor of Roses: Planting Seeds of God's Extravagant Love by Sally Klein O'Connor is a Christian autobiography outlining the time she has spent in parts of the world that are well known as places associated with genocide and systemic mass murder. O'Connor, an evangelical...

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A Word from Brother Jeanne

By Jeanne Davis

A Word from Brother Jeanne is a work of non-fiction that focuses on the Christian faith and offers counsel and advice, penned by author Jeanne Davis. As the title suggests, the author delivers a collection of thoughts and ideas based on a series of autobiographical...

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Awakening My Spiritual Heart

By Mandi J Nelson

Awakening My Spiritual Heart by Mandi J. Nelson is an engaging collection that will take readers on her journey from darkness to light and will inspire them to open their hearts to their own spiritual awakening. She introduces readers to the concept of the Eight...

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Autobioscenes & Necrographies

Some Personal Experiences of Life and Death
By Norman Weeks

Autobioscenes & Necrographies: Some Personal Experiences of Life and Death is a work of non-fiction in the autobiographical and memoir writing sub-genres, and was penned by author Norman Weeks. As the title may suggest from the new word coinage by its author, we explore scenes...

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A BONZA Life

The Story of a Baby Boomer
By Brian Murphy

A Bonza Life is a work of non-fiction written in the format of an autobiography by author Brian Murphy. As the title suggests, there is a strong influence of Australian culture on the life of the author, but the book also seeks to define and...

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Acid Test

LSD vs. LDS
By Christopher Bigelow

Acid Test is a work of non-fiction written in the form of an autobiography by author Christopher Kimball Bigelow. Subtitled “LSD vs. LDS”, the story follows the real-life exploits of the author from a strict religious upbringing in the Mormon church out into the world,...

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A Rock and a Hard Place

An American Geologist's Adventures in Africa
By George Zelt, PhD

A Rock and a Hard Place is a memoir chronicling the experiences of author George Zelt as a geologist in mostly Southern Africa in the 1970s. The title plays on several different facets of its meaning. For academic purposes, he turns over a fair amount...

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A Good Life: The Perception of Perfection An Autobiogaphy

An Autobiography
By Karl Lorenz Willett

In Good Life to Perfection Perception by Karl Lorenz Willett, following on from his first book, The Memoir of a Schizophrenic, the author takes up his life from the age of 34 to the present day. In this second autobiography, we are invited into the...

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As Happy As I Can Stand

The Third Edition of Hatching Charlie
By Charles C McCormack

As Happy As I Can Stand: The Third Edition of Hatching Charlie by Charles C McCormack is a beautifully written book with strong psychological themes. In this autobiographical narrative, the author looks back at his life, at a family that suffered its own kind of...

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A Lion Where There Were Lambs

The Quest for Truth, Justice, and the Rule of Law in the Pacific Northwest
By Bill Erxleben

A Lion Where There Were Lambs is a work of autobiographical non-fiction, penned by author Bill Erxleben, and subtitled: ‘The Quest for Truth, Justice, and the Rule of Law in the Pacific Northwest’. Written for adults due to its complex themes and some explicit language...

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