Spirits of the Wilderness

By Keith M. Sheehan

Spirits of the Wilderness is a nonfiction autobiography written by Keith M. Sheehan. Sheehan’s dad was a Nassau County Police Captain who taught firearms safety to the new recruits in the Police Academy. He also instilled in both of his sons an interest in, and...

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Staying Sane

A Struggle of Survival
By Emma Volesky

Staying Sane: A Struggle of Survival is a nonfiction coming of age memoir written by Emma Volesky. Emma first experienced hallucinations when she was eight years old. She watched, horrified, as sticks danced around her bed at night, and formless white shapes crawled up the...

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Stumbling into Happiness

A Catholic Priest finds true love in wild places
By Michael Schoenhofer

Stumbling into Happiness: A Catholic Priest finds true love in wild places is a short and delightful memoir by author Michael Schoenhofer, which focuses on the unusual but ultimately right path that God has for His followers. The story follows our author as a young...

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Stars in the Sky

Stories of the First African American Flight Attendants
By Casey Grant

Stars in the Sky: Stories of the First African American Flight Attendants is an autobiography by Casey Grant who, in 1971, was one of a handful of young black women hired by Delta Air Lines as flight attendants, when the career field was predominately white....

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Shaped Notes

How Ordinary People with Extraordinary Gifts Influenced My Life and Career
By Larnelle Harris

Shaped Notes: How Ordinary People with Extraordinary Gifts Influenced My Life and Career is a nonfiction inspirational memoir written by Larnelle Harris with Christine Schaub. Harris has won five Grammy Awards, eleven Dove Awards and a Stellar Award during a singing career that has...

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Searching for the Shire

By Florence St. John

Searching for the Shire, an autobiography by Florence St. John, tells the story of the author’s many years in dysfunctional and codependent relationships. Florence’s father was an alcoholic and, like many children of alcoholics, she learned at an early age to subjugate her own needs...

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Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury

How an Afghanistan veteran breaks the silence on mental illness
By Erik Krikke

Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury is a nonfiction memoir written by Erik Krikke. Krikke had reluctantly come to terms with the likelihood that he would be deployed as part of NATO’s Multinational Medical Unit, Role 3. Those at the hospital where he was currently assigned,...

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Somewhere the Sun is Shining

Look for the Silver Lining
By Alexis R. Strong

A beautiful title for a gritty memoir, Somewhere the Sun is Shining: Look for the Silver Lining by Alexis R. Strong is a spellbinding memoir that succinctly captures the events that took place during the Second World War, with most of its setting in the...

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Summon the Tiger

By Wendy Sura Thomson

Summon the Tiger by Wendy Sura Thomson is a memoir that shows just how brave one person can be. Wendy Sura Thomson was born in the year of the tiger and the events that have taken place during the course of her life perfectly embody...

Survivor

The Benny Turner Story
By Benny Turner with Bill Dahl

Survivor: The Benny Turner Story by Benny Turner (with Bill Dahl) is the autobiography of blues musician Benny Turner, the younger half-brother to blues legend Freddie King. Benny’s journey begins in Texas in the sunset of 1939 with an overview of his family history, delving...

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