Non-Fiction - Grief/Hardship

Wholly Unmanageable

A tragicomic memoir of rehab, rebellion and raging thirst
By Angela Chase

Wholly Unmanageable is a heartfelt memoir by Angela Chase, self described as ‘A tragicomic memoir of rehab, rebellion and raging thirst’. Focusing on the extreme difficulties of living with alcohol addiction, this is the story of Angela’s visit to Paterson Place, an Ottawa rehab that...

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The Amazing Afterlife of Animals

Messages and Signs From Our Pets On The Other Side
By Karen A Anderson

In this age of heightened psychic understanding and awareness, animal communication and its practitioners have gained both increasing credibility and respect. Consequently, a genre previously devoted to the afterlife of humans has expanded to include the afterlife of animals, and in her book titled on...

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The Kokomo Railroad

By Susan Giffin and Charles Edward Lockert

The Kokomo Railroad by Susan Giffin and Charles Edward Lockert is not about building a railroad. It is one of the most penetrating stories of investigative journalism that I have ever read! It exposes the deep-rooted malaise of corruption, racism, bigotry and ‘sheer cussedness,’ as...

The Forest Tabernacle

Memoir of Catholicism, Jesus, and a Sexual Assault on a Bicycle Tour
By Dr. Patrick D Milroy

The Forest Tabernacle: Memoir of Catholicism, Jesus, and a Sexual Assault on a Bicycle Tour by Dr Patrick D. Milroy is the true story of the author's experiences during a solo bicycle tour. In 1986, at the age of 24, he takes time off from...

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Bound by My Choices

How a Death Nearly Broke Me But the Navy Saved Me
By Keshawn A. Spence

Bound by My Choices: How a Death Nearly Broke Me But the Navy Saved Me is a memoir written by Keshawn A. Spence. Born to a dysfunctional family, Keshawn is raised by his paternal grandmother, Evelyn, in Ironshire, a small backwoods on the eastern shore...

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The Business of American Injustice

By Sydney Williams

The Business of American Injustice by Sydney Williams is a poignant narrative, a memoir that deals with what the author calls “a story about our personal journey through civil litigation, bankruptcy, and the criminal justice system. As unbelievable as it seems, each event is a...

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A Heart of Kindness

By Wendy Comeau

A Heart of Kindness by Wendy Comeau is a memorable and remarkable story of survival in the face of tragedy. Wendy opens her heart and tells her story of facing life after the heartbreaking loss of her parents, brothers and then young son Christopher to...

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Down Came November

By Lisa V. Proulx

Down Came November by Lisa V. Proulx is the heartrending and melancholic story of Elizabeth Frost who felt alone for the first time after she lost everyone whom she loved. Her once beautiful soul became an empty shell after a succession of tragedies beginning with...

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Breath of Joy!

Ah, Autumn
By Kathy Joy

Breath of Joy! Ah, Autumn by Kathy Joy falls into the genre of children’s picture books. This book would appeal most to a mixed audience of children and parents who wish to embrace the season of autumn. This book utilizes images and words to bring...

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Don't Expect Me To Cry

Refusing to let Childhood Sexual Abuse Steal my Life
By Janet Bentley

Believing myself to be a reasonably healed survivor of childhood sexual abuse, I didn’t expect to find myself becoming teary-eyed as I read Don’t Expect Me to Cry by Janet Bentley. But her story moved me and touched me more deeply than the many other...

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