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The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original
By Asa Dunnington

Emmett Long was born in 1904 in southern Oklahoma and, as he entered his teens, it soon became apparent that he was not going to be content to work for others. His father was a hard-working rancher and his family had helped to build many...

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Straining Forward

Minh Phuong Towner's Story
By Michelle Layer Rahal

Author Michelle Layer Rahal has brought us a stunningly honest and frank portrayal of the life of a Vietnamese boat person in the 1970’s. In Straining Forward we read the biography of Minh Phuong Towner, as she is caught up in the tumultuous events of...

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Stop Beating Yourself Up!

How To Play Your Best Golf Despite Years of Lessons (Just Hit The Damn Ball! Book 4)
By Dave Johnston

Dave Johnston opens his book on becoming more skillful, deepening confidence, and overcoming the mistakes that players make when it comes to excelling in golf by stating that: “Understanding your fundamental (often unconscious) beliefs about the game is the key to unlocking your natural ability.”...

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Secret Life Of A Juror: Voir Dire

The Domestic Violence Query
By Paul Sanders

Secret Life Of A Juror: Voir Dire, The Domestic Violence Query by Paul Sanders is a moving story that comes to life when the author is invited to become a juror in a murder trial. As such, he has to undergo a 'voir dire' which...

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Slave to the Dream

Forever in Pursuit
By Gaylan D Wright

Very few people are lucky enough to live a life that is free from struggle, a life that runs smoothly, where everything goes right and nothing can go wrong. Gaylan D Wright had no such luck in his life. He lived his life as he...

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Switzerland To Alaska: Just To Die

One man's journey of self-discovery in the Alaskan wilderness
By Kris Williams

Switzerland To Alaska: Just to Die by Kris Williams is an inspiring story about self-discovery; as the sub-title says, "One man's journey of self-discovery in the Alaskan wilderness." It is based on the true life events of artist and wanderer Ruedi Glauser, a natural born...

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Shackled

A Journey From Political Imprisonment To Freedom
By Adam Siddiq

Shackled: A Journey From Political Imprisonment to Freedom by Adam Siddiq is the true story of Khaled Siddiq, a heartbreaking story of injustice and betrayal and a sinister plan to eliminate an entire family. Khaled is just six when his entire family and extended family...

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Survival: Transforming Childhood Trauma

8 Steps to Reclaiming Your Life
By David Brady

Survival: Transforming Childhood Trauma: 8 Steps to Reclaiming Your Life is a nonfiction, motivational self-help book written by David Brady. Brady’s childhood was, to all intents and purposes, an idyllic one. The family lived in a lovely home in Timmins, Ontario, where evergreen trees scented...

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Simply Dickens

By Paul Schlicke

Simply Dickens by Paul Schlicke covers just about everything you want to know about the great writer Charles Dickens. As the book begins, the reader gets a glimpse of the childhood of Charles Dickens, including the struggles involved in his father’s debt and other family...

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Stand For Something or Stand For Nothing

By Ebony Jones-Kuye

Stand For Something or Stand For Nothing is a nonfiction autobiographical work written by Ebony Jones-Kuye. The author’s earliest memories of her family were of a cozy and connected threesome. There was her mother, a successful hairstylist with her own business, her half-brother, Chucky, and...

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