Whisperings

By Shanil Samarakoon

Shanil Samarakoon's book Whisperings is a collection of poems recounting events in his life in Africa and Sri Lanka. The poems deal both with personal feelings and social justice issues. All proceeds from the book are being donated to Empower, Inc., an Australian-registered social justice...

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Who I Am Yesterday

A Path to Coping with a Loved One's Dementia
By Victoria Adams

Who I Am Yesterday by Victoria Adams is a plan to help others cope with a loved one’s dementia. This book will appeal to those with ageing parents and caregivers of loved ones who are showing signs of forgetfulness or disorientation. This book was one...

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What Did You Say? An Unexpected Journey Into the World of Hearing Loss

By Monique E. Hammond

In "What Did You Say?" author Monique Hammond describes the frightening and debilitating experience of the onset of an inner ear disorder. While teaching a pharmacology class, she suddenly lost the hearing in her left ear. Later that evening, she had a vicious attack of...

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Where the Water Kept Rising

A college athletic director's fight to save a New Orleans sports institution
By James W. Miller

James Miller was an executive with the National Football League when he was offered and accepted the position of director of intercollegiate athletics at the University of New Orleans hoping for a quieter life. During his six years at the institute he faced many obstacles...

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Wishbones and Miracles

By Bobbee Cera

"Wishbones and Miracles" is a book by Bobbee Cere about her life as a professional piano player in many different restaurants. She writes with a funny sense of humor about all the things that can and do go wrong and how she has become attached...

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When Can I Go Home?

By Joseph Sivak

Joseph J. Sivak offers readers a glimpse into the life of a caretaker and a doctor. He was only seventeen when he became his mother's caretaker. She was in her early sixties when she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He and his siblings noticed a...

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When Brooklyn Was Heaven

A Memoir From Brooklyn to LA and Places In Between
By Stan Levenson

Stan Levenson writes about his Brooklyn childhood, his family, and his friends with humor and realism that the reader will enjoy. His widowed mother does a more than admirable job in raising Stan and his older two sisters, and he writes about their family trips...

While I Was Learning to Become God

By Roxana Jones

While I Was Learning To Become God is based on the life of Sybil Vaughn. Roxana Jones sat at Sybil's bedside and listened intently as Sybil told her story which included "guardian angels." Guardian angels have been watching out for Sybil her entire life. Sybil...

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Web of Lies

My Life with a Narcissist
By Sarah Tate

My Life With A Narcissist is the true story of Sarah Tate, a young intelligent woman visiting Switzerland. She met Bill, an older more experienced man who romanced her, lavished her with expensive gifts and dinners to exclusive spas, and swept her off her feet....

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Why Me, Oh Lord, Why Me?

By Jane with Rebecca

Why Me, Oh Lord, Why Me? is the story of Jane, told in her own words. After Jane’s death her sister Rebecca published this account as Jane had requested. Jane was a born again Christian. She was also a schizophrenic. Like most people when I...