Wurruwarrin

Where the Wind Blows
By Sandy Ross

While wishing to delve deep into the reasons for her great-grandad's pain and passive aggression, Sandy Ross inadvertently came across the sociological issues that stem from the Two-Way culture that many aboriginal natives of Australia have inherited down the generations. Through Wurruwarrin, author Sandy Ross...

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San Francisco Pilgrimage

Memoir of a Lifelong Love Affair with My City
By Tania Romanov

San Francisco Pilgrimage: Memoir of a Lifelong Love Affair with My City by Tania Romanov is a moving tale of one woman’s search to rediscover her identity and purpose during the enforced isolation of Covid-19. The author, a well-known travel writer, was stopped in her...

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History As I See It and Others

By Hafiz Sheriff

In his historical study, History As I See It and Others, Hafiz Sheriff examines various major historical events and shares his perspective on them. He also includes his viewpoints on political, family, and religious matters. The work covers Jewish history before and after the...

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On Becoming Me

Memoir of an 80's Teenager
By Kirsten Hegberg Pursell

As the title suggests, On Becoming Me: Memoir of an 80's Teenager by Kirsten Hegberg Pursell is a memoir of a Gen Ex teenager. It is a diary-style memoir that chronicles her life from 1977 to 1986. As the story unravels, we get to know...

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Samah, Unveiled

The Wind Beneath the Veil
By Samah Jebbari

Samah, Unveiled: The Wind Beneath the Veil by Samah Jebbari is a compelling memoir that unravels dramatically inside a northbound car on Autoroute 13 in Montreal, Canada. Inside the vehicle are Samah and her three children. Forty-two years ago, Samah was born in Kasserine, Tunisia....

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Parisian Life

Adventures in The City of Light
By Edith Szmuklerz

Life-long Parisian and licensed tour guide Edith de Belleville recounts her past experiences living in the City of Love with her captivating memoir, Parisian Life. In this book, de Belleville tells some memorable stories from her life interacting with people from various countries and fellow...

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From Tibet to Egypt

Early Travels After a Late Start
By Jeremiah A. Gilbert

A desire to visit the seven continents seems to be the motivation behind From Tibet To Egypt. Jeremiah A. Gilbert details each of his unique trips starting from an enterprising trip to Tibet, visiting monasteries of note, and taking beautiful pictures along the way. Soon...

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Undeterred

How One Determined Vietnamese Orphan Carved Out a Place for Himself in America
By Bruce Carlin

Undeterred: How One Determined Vietnamese Orphan Carved Out a Place for Himself in America by Bruce Carlin is a biographical survival story of a boy who runs away from a precarious situation to survive and thrive. Long is stuck in Vietnam during the worst of...

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Kissing Frogs and Other Short Stories

By Theodosia Greene

Theodosia Greene kissed a “frawg” in the Caribbean. The author of Kissing Frogs and Other Short Stories drew inspiration for her book from this memory and other international experiences. Her collection of memories from England, France, Fiji, and other countries is interspersed with highly original...

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Mornings are Magenta

By Murray Pura

Mornings are Magenta by Murray Pura is a collection of poems that vividly expresses the experiences and emotions of the people of Ukraine amidst the Russian invasion of the country. The poems detail the brutality, devastation, and trauma of those who survive the war, where...

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