Lifelines

The Bowen Love Letters
By Susan Lee Ward

Lifelines: The Bowen Love Letters is a compilation of correspondence from Catherine “Katie” Bowen, Second Lieutenant Isaac Bowen, and a few others between themselves and their family members, chronicling a remarkably well detailed 19th-century life. The handwritten letters have been transcribed to text and arranged...

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The Long Road Home

By Ella Anderson

The Long Road Home is a heartbreaking biographical account by Ella Anderson, whose brother lost his life under mysterious circumstances. Growing up in an unstable home with a drunk, PTSD-ridden father and a neglectful mother, Ella and her siblings had to learn to care for...

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A Season of Disruption

By Jacqueline P. Walker

Life is full of obstacles, unexpected and often unwanted twists and turns of fate. When Murna Moreland’s husband dies suddenly and tragically, Murna is left with five children to raise on her own. She makes a difficult decision that no mother should ever have to...

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Darkness Settles

This Is My Rebirth
By Gail Marie

Gail Marie delights us with her life’s story through heart-wrenching poems that not only make you re-evaluate your life but also be appreciative of the one you already have. These poems are filled with love, sorrow, hate, traumas, childhood, diseases, and their endless ramifications in...

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Speedy

Hurled Through Havoc
By Dave Letterfly Knoderer

Speedy Hurled Through Havoc by Dave Letterfly Knoderer is a poignant, slice-of-life memoir that will entertain and inspire you. Set against the backdrop of circus life and love for the road, the author tells a collection of stories: his father Billy's and his own. Readers...

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Selectively Lawless

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

In the early twentieth century, a man uses ingenuity and his ability to skirt the law to forge the life he desires in the historical novel Selectively Lawless: The True Story of Emmett Long, An American Original by Asa Dunnington. Growing up in Texas and...

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Hope Disappearing

A Population Left Behind
By Sherman Haggerty

Hope Disappearing: A Population Left Behind is a blueprint for helping to solve the problem of homelessness in the U.S. Author Sherman Haggerty has years of experience working with the homeless. Mostly the book focuses on an organization called the Mather Community Campus in Northern...

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The Best New True Crime Stories

Crimes of Passion, Obsession & Revenge
By Mitzi Szereto

The Best New True Crime Stories: Crimes of Passion, Obsession & Revenge is the third book I've read in Mitzi Szereto's The Best New True Crime Stories series, following Well-Mannered Crooks, Rogues & Criminals, and Small Towns, and I was not disappointed. Well researched and...

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Stuccoville

Life Without a Net
By Charles Lewis Radke

Stuccoville: Life Without a Net by Charles Lewis Radke is a poignant memoir about a mother/son relationship. Radke tells of his impoverished childhood, having little to eat besides tomato sandwiches, caring for his mother, who was ill with lupus, and dealing with the void left...

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Moving Parts

A Memoir
By Jason Hill

Moving Parts: A Memoir is a nonfiction work in the autobiographical, motivational, and memoir subgenres. Written by author Jason Hill, the work conveys the author’s life as he authentically speaks on the black male experience in today’s world. From his shy beginnings in Chicago, we...

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