The Falcon Diaries

An American in Jordan
By Emily Lodge

The Falcon Diaries: An American in Jordan by Emily Lodge is a non-fiction memoir and travel narrative. In this book, Emily starts off with a general introduction of herself and the subject. As an American and the wife of a contractor working in the Middle...

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The Same Moon

By Sarah Coomber

The Same Moon by Sarah Coomber is a powerful memoir exploring a broken heart and the journey of one woman towards rebuilding her life after a painful divorce. Twenty-four-year-old Sarah’s marriage ended quickly and badly. All she wants is to be away from home where...

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America's Daughter

By Maria Nhambu

America's Daughter by Maria Nhambu is a gripping memoir, the second entry in a series that chronicles the life, difficulties, and challenges of an immigrant in the United States. It is timely and very relevant, with themes and a message that addresses the conundrum of...

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The Reclusive Writer & Reader of Bandra

Essays
By Fiza Pathan

With its cartoon-like illustrated cover, essay titles that do away with capitalization, and a style of word repetition for emphasis, The Reclusive Writer & Reader of Bandra is a charming and thought-provoking anthology of essays by Indian-born writer Fiza Pathan. Underneath the simplicity of her...

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Queer Sense

A Guide to Understanding and Accepting LGBTQ+ People
By B. Bentley Summers

Queer Sense: A Guide to Understanding and Accepting LGBTQ+ People by B. Bentley Summers is a book dedicated to all the queer people across the United States. These people continue to struggle as they try to push forward queer rights. The LGBTQ youth suicide is...

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Workaholics Adrift

Transformation in the Pacific Islands
By Judy Martin McCandless

Workaholics Adrift: Transformation in the Pacific Islands by Judy Martin McCandless is a non-fiction book describing the ambitious sailing trips undertaken by Judy and her husband during their forties. Their yacht, aptly named Renaissance, captures the essence of the radical lifestyle change from their busy...

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Finding Myself in Borneo

Sojourns in Sabah
By Neill McKee

Finding Myself in Borneo: Sojourns in Sabah by Neill McKee is a travel memoir that informs and entertains readers and brings them into contact with exciting places, characters, and communities in Asia. The last day of work at his father's factory was on July 4,...

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How to Kill Your Batman

A Guide for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Using Batman to Heal Hypervigilance
By Kenneth Rogers, Jr

I couldn’t imagine why anyone would want to kill their Batman, so I was anxious to find out. How to Kill Your Batman, by Kenneth Rogers, is the author’s third book on the subject of male survivors of child sexual abuse. He is also black,...

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Connections

By Jennifer Dixon

With its unfathomable power, music can bring back powerful memories, help to find solace, and allow us to feel the presence of dear people who are no longer with us. Jennifer Dixon explores the power of music in her book Connections. This delicate memoir traces...

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Tales of the Philippines

In the Early 1900's
By Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr.

Tales of the Philippines: In the Early 1900's is a nonfiction memoir written by Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr. with a preface by his son, William C. Buckner. The memoir consists of over 80 short accounts of Buckner’s experiences as a West Point graduate who was...

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