Family Legends

From a Lawrence County, Indiana Family
By Sophia Frazier

Family Legends: From a Lawrence County, Indiana Family by Sophia Frazier is a very inspiring book about passing on the family details, history, and moments shared to the next generation of family members, friends, and all those who are associated with that particular family. Many...

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Pioneers, Patriots, and Planters

By Elizabeth Carrow Woolfolk

When Elizabeth Carrow Woolfolk overheard her husband say that he was a descendant of THE George Washington, she was inspired to research his family. What started as a simple quest soon became almost an obsession. While the focus of this book is the Woolfolk...

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Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More

Explorations of Henry Rogers' 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City
By Tracy Lawson

Fips, Bots, Doggeries, and More: Explorations of Henry Rogers’ 1838 Journal of Travel from Southwestern Ohio to New York City is a non-fiction account shared by Tracy Lawson, Henry’s great-great-great-granddaughter. The book is filled with pictures and observations from a journey that was made years...

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It's NOT ALL in the genes...A story about LOVE

By Ricardo Covarrubias

"It's Not All in the Genes…A story about LOVE" was written by Ricardo Covarrubias and Liz Jasso. The book was created as a love story, but not the love story that initially comes to mind. This book was uniquely written with a love story involving...

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Four Score and More

My Memoir, History and a Family Legacy
By LaVera Edick

“Fourscore and More: a Memoir, History and a Family Legacy” offers an all-in-one fascinating glimpse into a bygone era. LaVera Edick has penned an interesting history of her family that makes for interesting reading, even if you are not related to her. The story begins...

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Banished

Surviving My Years in the Westboro Baptist Church
By Lauren Drain and Lisa Pulitzer

I first heard of the Westboro Baptist Church when they picketed Matthew Shepard’s funeral in Laramie, Wyoming. Mr. Shepard was beaten to death by two men because of his homosexuality. As I listened to “Banished: Surviving My Years in the Westboro Baptist Church” by Lauren...

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Standup Guys

A Generation of Laughs
By John DeBellis

Ever heard a joke that you enjoyed so much that you had to share it? Then, when you tried to emulate the way it was told to your listeners, family, friends or co-workers they looked at you blankly or shook their heads - you BOMBED!...

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Parent-Child Memories

Love Revealed
By Dena Clayton, editor

Edited by Dena Clayton, the “Love Revealed” stories are collections of essays with a common theme. This particular volume features parent-child memories. A previous volume featured mother-daughter memories. Perhaps by design, perhaps by serendipity, all the stories in this collection also happen to be written...

The Progression Tree

Codependency: A Family Disease
By Wanda McGuire

Having been born to parents with a history of dysfunctional behaviors and addictions, Wanda McGuire was no stranger to this lifestyle herself. Being brought up in this type of situation, Wanda carried these behaviors into her own marriage with a husband with a serious addiction...

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Sidonia's Thread

The Secrets of a Mother and Daughter Sewing a New Life in America
By Hanna Perlstein Marcus

Unmarried Holocaust survivor Sidonia Perlstein immigrated with her toddler daughter, Hanna, to the United States in those years right after the World War. Sidonia settled in Springfield, Massachusetts, in a neighborhood of Jews, many coming as survivors from the Nazi concentration camps. Stoic Sidonia is...

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