From the Summer of Love to the Valley of the Moon

By Nancy J Martin

From the Summer of Love to the Valley of the Moon by Nancy J Martin is a non-fiction memoir that chronicles the life of Martin as she navigates through the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1960s and the transition to adulthood into the...

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Fighting For A Future

Trapped Behind The Border
By Shabnam Ighani

Fighting For a Future: Trapped Behind the Border by Shabnam Ighani is the courageous story of a woman as she works toward a better future for herself and her little sons. Shabnam was living a happy life in Iran when her world came crashing down....

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Frenchy's Whore

Hill 522 Vietnam War
By Vernon E Brewer

Frenchy's Whore: Hill 522 Vietnam War by Purple Heart recipient Vernon E Brewer is a compelling look inside the author's Vietnam-related experiences, before, during, and after. We who have never been to war can only learn so much from the media or history books. These...

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From Left to Right

Journeying from Identity Politics to Human Politics
By Jonathan J. Mize

From Left to Right: Journeying from Identity Politics to Human Politics by Jonathan J. Mize is one of the most honest books you'll read this year. This is a political memoir about a young man's odyssey from the "identity politics" of the left to the...

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Finding Joe Adams

Overcoming Great Odds A Son Searches For His Father
By Joe Field

Ask older attendees of a memoir writing workshop what the subject of their intended memoir will be, and 90% will reply that, encouraged by their families, their memoirs will be a recollection of the most memorable events, big or small, in their lives. Finding Joe...

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Farm Boy, City Girl

From Gene to Miss Gina
By John "Gene" E. Dawson

Farm Boy, City Girl: From Gene to Miss Gina is a work of non-fiction written in the form of a memoir by author John "Gene" E. Dawson. A memoir penned in three distinct stages of life, this is an incredible life story which will be...

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Feeling Good

Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life
By Cheryl Meyer

Feeling Good: Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life by Cheryl Meyer is a step-by-step, comprehensive guide on how to take control of your health and wellness, restore balance, and build your immune system once and for all. Chronic illness, inflammation, and autoimmune disease...

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Finding Free Energy

By L.R. Torres

Finding Free Energy by L.R. Torres is an interesting and informative book on fossil fuel, its usage and how man is manipulating free energy for his own gain. The author focuses on how governments are trying to take control of natural oil for their own...

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From Coffee to Champagne to Coconuts

By Brigitte Kassa

A gorgeous meld of romance and adventure, From Coffee to Champagne to Coconuts by Brigitte Kassa is an autobiography that follows the life of Brigitte Kruger Kassa, a woman born in 1939 in Germany when WWII was breaking out. Her family affected by the repercussions...

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From Green Hills to Blue Seas

Memoirs of Vice Admiral James A. Sagerholm, USN (Ret.)
By James A. Sagerholm

From Green Hills to Blue Seas: Memoirs of Vice Admiral James A. Sagerholm, USN (Ret) is the autobiography of a man who enlisted in the Navy in 1946 and retired thirty-nine years later as a vice admiral. Born in Pennsylvania in 1927, Vice Admiral Sagerholm...

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