The Year of the Frog

A Tattletale Fairytale
By Juls Amor

The Year of the Frog by Juls Amor is a true story of one woman’s life that is moving and inspirational at the same time as we follow Juls on her journey towards peace and happiness. Juls Amor is a woman is her forties who...

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The Pilgrim

By Dennis Bieker

The Pilgrim is a coming of age memoir written by Dennis Bieker. Dennis was 17 in 1968, a time of turmoil and change. He was within that youthful age group that witnessed the political assassinations that destroyed a generation’s hopes and dreams, and he was...

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The Peas Were Cold

The Columns of Barry Damsky
By Barry Damsky

Barry Damsky's collection of previously published columns, The Peas Were Cold: The Columns of Barry Damsky, strikes upon a variety of subjects ranging from his youth in upstate New York to his days working in a talent agency in California to dogs and cats he...

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The Shining Within Me

Communications from the Afterlife
By Freddie Rivera

The Shining Within Me: Communications from the Afterlife is a spiritualist memoir written by Freddie Rivera. Rivera grew up sensing, hearing and even seeing presences as a young child. At first, he thought that this was something everyone experienced, but later he came to see...

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The Common Man

God - Home - Country
By Melvin Valkner

Melvin Valkner shares his life with readers in his book The Common Man: God – Home – Country. Melvin grew up in the 1950s on a farm in Doster, Michigan. His parents owned a shoe repair shop where he helped out on the weekends. He...

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The Madison Picker

The Picker Series
By Mark Clay Grove

The Madison Picker is a biographical novel written by Mark Clay Grove. A picker has exhaustive knowledge of antiques and collectibles. Charles and his wife, Emma, are pickers who are setting off in a new direction. They're selling the buildings housing the stores they own;...

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The Shift

How I Finally Lost Weight and Discovered a Happier Life
By Tory Johnson

Tory Johnson, a Good Morning America contributor, can now add bestselling author to her list of accomplishments. Her book The Shift: How I Finally Lost Weight and Discovered a Happier Life is not a diet plan or book. The Shift is a change in attitude...

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The Duck Commander Family

How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty
By Willie Robertson,Korie Robertson

The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family and Ducks Built A Dynasty is a very colorful, entertaining and rewarding book. Authors Willie and Korie Robertson, along with Mark Schlabach, allow the reader to see within the lives of the Robertson family, revealing both the good...

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The Motor City and Me: Our Story

By Mary Anne McMahon

The Motor City and Me: Our Story by Mary Anne McMahon recounts the story of a migrant family settled in Detroit. Through the book the author describes, rather flamboyantly, the magnificence of Detroit as one of the foremost industrial cities and hub of cultural and...

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The Constant Outsider

Memoirs of a South Boston Mechanic
By Thomas M. Cirignano

Author Thomas M. Cirignano grew up in the area around Dorchester and South Boston in the '50s. In his book, The Constant Outsider: Memoirs of a South Boston Mechanic, he describes living in the urban area. The author shares his life experiences, making this reviewer...