Gringo

My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive
By Dan "Tito" Davis

Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive by Dan "Tito" Davis is a gripping memoir that focuses primarily on Dan’s years as an international fugitive and a “wanted man” from America on the run internationally. After a brief background and introduction, the...

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113 Days

By Bradley Good

Bradley Good's 113 Days is the memoir of a successful businessman who got broken, losing everything and finding himself in tight places in Beijing as he becomes bipolar. Follow his story as he hits a devastating moment in his life, getting jailed for 113 days...

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Believe It and Behave It

How to Restart, Reset, and Reframe Your Life
By Kate Harvie

Believe It and Behave It: How to Restart, Reset, and Reframe Your Life by Kate Harvie is an inspiring memoir that speaks about the author’s recovery from traumatic brain injury and how she rebuilt her life powered by happiness, clarity, and truth. The title of...

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Thin, and I

A Memoir
By Andrijka O. Keller

Thin, and I: A Memoir is written by Andrijka O. Keller. Keller was fifteen years old when her parents and the school nurse decided that she should go into a rehabilitation program. Her grades were above normal, and her attitudes about school were just fine....

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A Life Worth Living

The Journey of an Authentic Soul
By Carla Feagan

A Life Worth Living: The Journey of an Authentic Soul by Carla Feagan is the autobiography of Carla’s life journey. Being born on a British air force base in Singapore, Carla holds two citizenship of two countries. In A Life Worth Living, Carla Feagan takes...

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My Stars Are Still Shining

By Amina Warsuma

My Stars Are Still Shining by Amina Warsuma is a moving memoir with powerful lessons on what it takes to succeed, a story of grit, focus, and determination. Follow Amina’s journey from humble origins into the spotlight and learn how she got to interview celebrities...

Never Too Late

From Wannabe to Wife at 62
By B. Lynn Goodwin

Never Too Late: From Wannabe to Wife at 62 by B. Lynn Goodwin is a memoir of Lynn’s journey in her sixties as a single woman to getting married for the first time. Never Too Late starts with Lynn talking about her life and how...

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Triumph Over Tears

By Nava Chernoff

Triumph Over Tears by Nava Chernoff is a moving autobiography that takes the reader through the many emotional twists and turns of her life. Some ups and downs will keep the reader turning the pages to find out how that particular situation will turn out....

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The Outback Musician's Survival Guide

One Guy's Story of Surviving as an Independent Musician
By Phil Circle

The Outback Musician's Survival Guide is a non-fiction autobiographical account by author Phil Circle, described as ‘One Guy's Story of Surviving as an Independent Musician’. The book is compiled as a series of stories, some in a storyteller, fictionalized style whilst others are more anecdotal...

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From Green Hills to Blue Seas

Memoirs of Vice Admiral James A. Sagerholm, USN (Ret.)
By James A. Sagerholm

From Green Hills to Blue Seas: Memoirs of Vice Admiral James A. Sagerholm, USN (Ret) is the autobiography of a man who enlisted in the Navy in 1946 and retired thirty-nine years later as a vice admiral. Born in Pennsylvania in 1927, Vice Admiral Sagerholm...

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