The Birds Sang Eulogies

A Memoir
By Mirla Geclewicz Raz

The Birds Sang Eulogies: A Memoir by Mirla Geclewicz Raz is a moving memoir that gives readers glimpses of what it meant to be a child of the Holocaust and how they had to deal with the trauma of their parents in their own way....

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Trials

Two Cousins, Cancer, and the Doctors Who Fought to Save Their Lives
By Larry Bradley

In 1976 Keith, a Vietnam veteran, and his wife Judy, a celebrated runner, were given the devastating news that their two-year-old son Aaron had leukemia. They both refused to give up on Aaron or believe the horrifying prognosis that his little body would eventually succumb...

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The Unconscious Community

By Patrice Griffin

The Unconscious Community is the real-life story of author Patrice Griffin's childhood, filled with psychological and physical abuse, and her eventual return to society, overcoming overwhelming odds to lead a healthy and fulfilling life. Patrice grows up in a healthy family with a loving grandmother,...

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The Hollow

By Bettie MacIntyre

There is something very special about the bond between a grandmother and her granddaughter. Irene spent her early years living with her grandparents, developing a loving relationship with her grandmother, or Gram. Born in a small town in the foothills of Vermont, at the beginning...

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The Dean's Underwear

Living My American Dream
By Don Gnecco

The Dean’s Underwear: Living My American Dream by Don Gnecco encapsulates the author’s journey from that of living in poor conditions to that of an educator and songwriter. The author was born in the autumn of 1948 at the Keesler Air Force Base to chainsmoking parents. The...

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The Water Has Come

By Keldra S Pinder

The Water Has Come by Keldra S Pinder is a non-fiction memoir that follows the devastating path of Hurricane Dorian with a first-hand account of its destruction. Situated on Grand Bahama Island in a zone without a mandatory evacuation, Pinder, her aunt and cousin, and...

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The Little Breadwinner

War and Survival in the Salvadoran Heartland
By Lucia Mann

The Little Breadwinner by Lucia Mann is, as the subtitle suggests, a tale of war and survival in El Salvador, a story that captures the devastating experience of the Civil War from 1980 to 1992. It is often said that when elephants fight, the grass...

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The Scar of a Miracle

By Monica Gonzalez

The Scar of a Miracle by Monica Gonzalez is the heartbreaking story of a young pilot, Martin, who survived a plane crash after suffering multiple burns that saw him undergo a physical transformation and later on led him to a positive transformation; physically, mentally, emotionally,...

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The Prison Within

A Memoir of Breaking Free
By Don Cummins

The Prison Within: A Memoir of Breaking Free by Don Cummins is a brilliantly written, inspirational memoir about one man’s journey towards personal transformation and inner freedom. Don narrates his story from being homeless, addicted to drugs, and a bank robber, through prison experience to...

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They Call the Wind Maria

True stories from the old woman and the sea
By Aleta Dodge

They Call the Wind Maria is a historical collection of memoirs written by Allie Dodge. It was 2017, and the crew of the Espiritu Libre II had already weathered the ravages of Hurricane Irma less than a week prior. Allie and her husband, Chris, were...

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