The Rough and Tumbles of Early Life

The Wonderfully Whacky World of Terry Tumbler (Volume 1)
By Terry Tumbler

The Rough and Tumbles of Early Life: The Wonderfully Whacky World of Terry Tumbler (Volume 1) by Terry Tumbler is an autobiographical account of Terry’s life written in a lighter vein. The Rough and Tumbles of Early Life starts off with a short introduction explaining...

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An Appalachian Boy's Life

A Walk In Three Centuries
By Flem R. Messer

In a memoir as important to human history and understanding as it is to the specific locale’s true representation of human spirit, Flem R. Messer’s plain-spoken but deeply meaningful book, An Appalachian Boy’s Life, relates the tale of a time and place when self-sustainability was...

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Towards the Light

By Christine O'Toole

Towards the Light is an autobiography by Christine O'Toole in which she shares her mental health struggles and recovery. Born in 1957, O’Toole experienced personal and family stress as a child due to the physical illness of a sister, and a mother struggling with mental...

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It Was What It Was

My Memoir
By Diane Haley Toney

It Was What It Was: My Memoir by Diane Haley Toney is a memoir of growing up in the idyllic post-war era of the American South during the 1950s. It Was What It Was begins without much of a preamble and jumps into the beginning...

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Who Could Forget?

Adventures With a Phenomenal Memory
By Frank Healy

Who Could Forget? Adventures With a Phenomenal Memory by Frank Healy is the extraordinary true story of a young boy's ability to remember every day of his life from the age of six. He can recount not just the major events, but personal ones too;...

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How an Engineering Professor Becomes a Spiritual Philosopher

Diary of a 21st Century Human Soul
By Dr. Tommy S. W. Wong

How an Engineering Professor Becomes a Spiritual Philosopher: Diary of a 21st Century Human Soul is an autobiography by Dr. Tommy S.W. Wong. In it, he looks back on his life up to this point, including his education, professional employment, family, marriage, and his transition...

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Our Bold Path to Prosperity

By Joyce DiLorenzo

Our Bold Path to Prosperity by Joyce DiLorenzo is a moving autobiography that explores the life of an immigrant and what it means to survive and succeed in foreign lands. The protagonist shares a story that allows readers deep insights into the culture and history...

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Papa and Mama Said

Full of Dare County Folklore
By Lucinda Gallop Baum

Papa and Mama Said: Full of Dare County Folklore by Lucinda Gallop Baum is a non-fiction memoir or autobiography about the life and experiences of Lucinda growing up in the '30s and '40s of rural America. Papa and Mama Said is written in a...

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Apocalypse Child

A Life in End Times
By Flor Edwards

Apocalypse Child: A Life in End Times is written by Flor Edwards. Now this is a riveting read…if you’re at all curious about what it’s like to be raised in a cult when you don’t even know you’re a member of one! Flor Edwards is...

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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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