Tasting Home

Coming of Age in the Kitchen
By Judith Newton

"Tasting Home: Coming of Age in the Kitchen" was written by author, Judith Newton. I absolutely love this book. Each chapter of this delightful book combines a story from the author's life with a corresponding recipe. This book is divided into five sections, each representing...

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The Burly Man

By Zachary E. Lewis

Zachary E. Lewis shares his struggle and journey with readers in his "The Burly Man: Adapt Change Assimilate Transcend" in the hope that it may benefit at least one person searching for an answer to an Auto Immune Disease. Zachary E. Lewis was a burly...

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Tell Me a Story

Stories from a Childhood in Old New York
By Bea Gold

Have you ever thought about telling parts of your life’s story in, maybe short stories? Well, this is just what author Bea Gold does in her book “Tell Me A Story.” Bea’s vision was to create a beautiful coffee table book with her stories. And...

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The Reprobate

My two-part memoir
By George Warholak

The Reprobate by George Warholak is the story of his life, a story that shows how God can take a messed up life and turn it around for His good. In Part One the author relates back to his growing up years, telling all about...

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The Most Revolutionary Act

Memoir of an American Refugee
By Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall

From the time she graduated, Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall knew she would migrate to Canada, Australia, UK or New Zealand. Bramahall is a nonviolent leftist. She migrated to England for a while in 1973 but found she could not handle the 36 hour shifts. She...

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Tracks and Horizons

26 Countries on a Motorcycle
By Carlos A. Caggiani & Ed Caggiani

Carlos and his friend Manuel visited a Wilson, a fortune teller in Brazil. Wilson warned the two men “be prepared to endure many hardships, including intensely hot and cold temperatures, hunger, heavy rains, snow storms, and other inclement weather. He also added that we’d be...

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The Gift of Schizophrenia

A Testimony
By D J Cushing

This tale begins with D J Cushing waking up in a psychiatric ward after voluntarily admitting himself the day before. He was not suicidal; he just wanted God to take him out. He felt alone, despondent and depressed. He had been ill for many years,...

The Light Within Our Shadowed Minds

By Bear

Poetry affects each reader differently; I think it depends on where you are in your life as to how you will react to a particular poem. The Light Within Our Shadowed Minds is a brilliant work of art. The author describes the circle of life:...

The Ashes of Innocence

A Memoir
By Alexandra Tesluk

This is an emotionally-charged book. Alexandra Tesluk’s childhood was one of abuse; it almost broke her spirit, but not quite. People with less resilience would have shattered under the cruelty she lived with daily. The story begins by describing life with a cold and distant...

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Trespassers Will Be Baptized

The Unordained Memoir of a Preacher's Daughter
By Elizabeth Emerson Hancock

Elizabeth Emerson Hancock captures the essence of growing up in Eastern Kentucky. As you move west along the Ohio River, there are subtle cultural changes but some things stay the same. Rarely is there a Kentuckian that does not bleed blue, Wildcat blue, except those...