Restless Days, Sleepless Nights

By Ranjana Bharij

Restless Days, Sleepless Nights by Ranjana Bharij is an autobiography revolving around Ranjana’s experiences working in the male-dominated banking sector in India in the '70s. Restless Days, Sleepless Nights is a collection of recollections spanning Ranjana’s career of 35+ years, right from Ranjana as a...

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Ruth Finnegan Anthropologist

The Short Account of Her Life and Works
By Ruth Finnegan

Ruth Finnegan gives us an “intellectual account” of her stunningly varied and impressive career in her publication Ruth Finnegan Anthropologist. The reader is immediately taken aback by the sheer depth and breadth of her published works, ranging from academic discourses on oral literature in Africa...

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Ridiculosity

A Deployment to Afghanistan
By Todd Campau

Ridiculosity: A Deployment to Afghanistan by Todd Campau is an irreverent look at an overseas deployment to Afghanistan written by a U.S. soldier. Ridiculosity is not a typical military or deployment memoir, in the sense that it is less about the technicality of war zone...

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Rise

The Abused Child of the Phoenix: A True Story
By Livia York

Livia York’s Rise: The Abused Child of the Phoenix is a compelling memoir that centers on a family’s history. In a poignant and jovial tone, the author tells her family story, with the joys, the heartbreaks, and the secrets they have kept over the years....

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Retirement is Fun

When one door closes another opens
By Brenda Mohammed

Retirement is Fun: A New Chapter by Brenda Mohammed is an interesting memoir where the author shares with readers her moments after retirement and how it is a time when everyone should sit back and enjoy life. After reading this book, no one will dread...

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Relapse

By Jake Anderson

Relapse by Jake Anderson begins with an admission that, like a good fisherman, he would have become a proud alcoholic. But before he could become addicted to alcohol, skate boarding became his close companion and his “first addiction.” A horrible accident separates him from skateboarding...

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Retail Stole My Life

The Bitter Rants Of A Supermarket Worker
By Rob Gonzo

Retail Stole My Life: The Bitter Rants Of A Supermarket Worker is author Rob Gonzo’s humorous account of his experience working in the retail industry. At seventeen years old, he is presented by his stepfather with the application form for a job in the local...

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Robbed of a Childhood, Raped by the System

By Sunny Love

Robbed of a Childhood, Raped by the System is the autobiography of Sunny Love, an adult survivor of child abuse. Sunny was six years old when her stepbrother raped her. For the next five years, her stepfather and stepbrothers continued their reign of sexual abuse....

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Real Advice For The Unemployed

Voices of the American Jobless
By Samuel Murphy

Real Advice For The Unemployed by Samuel Murphy is a look at unemployment in America through the eyes of an unemployed American. As a woman currently in the job market, I chose to review this book expecting to garner a few pieces of advice. I...

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Running From Cancer

A Tilted Memoir
By DebiLyn Smith

In the preface of her book, Running From Cancer, DebiLyn Smith confides that you can perhaps run away, but you can’t hide from this disease. She then goes on to relate her battle with cancer. Needless to say, this is the hardest struggle in her...

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