This Is How We Leave

By Joanne Nelson

There’s something special about decorating a Christmas tree that ignites memories of treasured moments in the past, memories before everyone grew up and started to leave. But, for Joanne Nelson, much of the leaving in her growing up years was tragic: family members leaving to...

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Healing from Incest

Intimate Conversations with My Therapist
By Geri Henderson, Seanne Emerton

Healing from Incest: Intimate Conversations with my Therapist by Geri Henderson and Seanne Emerton is the non-fiction memoir of Henderson's life and a string of abuses, and Emerton's insight as one of the therapists who helped her come to terms with incidents that no person...

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So Long Bob

A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War
By Brian Berkey

The title So Long Bob: A Pennsylvania Farm Boy's Letters Home from the War perfectly describes what this book is about. Shortly before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Bob Berkey, who lived in a small town in Pennsylvania, was drafted and served his country. This...

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Unglued

A Bipolar Love Story
By Jeffrey Zuckerman

In Unglued: A Bipolar Love Story by Jeffrey Zuckerman, Jeffrey and Leah had enjoyed thirty years of marriage until 2015 when their relationship descended into a vortex of chaos. Leah's behavior started to become uncharacteristically erratic leaving Jeffrey confused and concerned. Although Jeffrey tried to...

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Leah's Gift

A Story About Reframing Loss
By Destanne Norris

Leah's Gift: A Story About Reframing Loss by Destanne Norris is a poignant and beautiful story of the author's personal journey of grief and the loss of a loved one. She speaks about how grief can access the essence of life and its meaning and...

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Gilligan's Dreams

The Other Side of the Island (Second Edition)
By Dreama Denver

Depending on your age, you probably will remember Bob Denver as either Maynard G. Krebs—from The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis—or Gilligan from Gilligan’s Island. If you think you know Bob Denver, think again. Bob’s wife of over 25 years (Dreama Denver) has scored a...

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The Girl from Cairo

A Memoir
By Peggy Hinaekian

The Girl from Cairo: A Memoir by Peggy Hinaekian is the autobiography of an Armenian girl who grew up in exile in a suburb of Cairo known as Heliopolis. Peggy’s family were considered well off by Egyptian standards but her mother was required to jump...

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So Much Older Then

Coming of Age When the World Is Coming Apart
By Paul Kuehnert

So Much Older Then: Coming of Age When the World is Coming Apart is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Paul Kuehnert. The book tells the story of the author’s...

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Scars

By Nadia Bruce-Rawlings

Scars by Nadia Bruce-Rawlings is a biographical anthology of the author’s early life of abuse and addiction. It consists of 11 stories/vignettes, and two poems, all of it dominated by her early molestation by her father that took her from what should have been an...

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Blood Money

One Man's Bare-Knuckle Fight to Protect Taxpayers from Medical Fraud
By Chris Riedel

The subtitle to Chris Riedel’s book Blood Money is ‘One Man’s Bare-Knuckle Fight to Protect Tax Payers from Medical Fraud,’ which is a very accurate description of the contents. He opens the door to give us a peep into the deep level of corruption, illegal...

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