I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years

A Story of Redemption and Healing After Abortion
By Tori Shaw

I Had A Secret For Seventeen Years: A Story of Redemption and Healing after Abortion by Tori Shaw is a poignant and heartrending memoir that chronicles the author's traumatic experiences and of facing her past courageously. Her story will touch everybody's hearts and help other...

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Cover My Dreams in Ink

A Son's Unbearable Solitude, A Mother's Unending Quest
By Jessie Dunleavy

America's drug crisis surfaces in the most traumatic way for mother and activist Jessie Dunleavy, who takes us into the harrowing world of addiction as she grapples with her son Paul's dependence in Cover My Dreams in Ink: A Son's Unbearable Solitude, a Mother's Unending...

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For Those Who Weep

By Richard Ames

For Those Who Weep by Rev. Richard Ames combines autobiography and theology. The early chapters outline the author’s background and path from abuse to Christianity. In later life, the author was faced with the challenge of illness. The only way he could resolve this was...

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Heartbreak and Rage

Ten Years Under Sun Myung Moon, A Cult Survivor's Memoir (Second Edition)
By K. Gordon Neufeld

Heartbreak and Rage by K. Gordon Neufeld is the non-fiction memoir of the author's journey into, through, and eventually out of the control of the infamous cult leader Sun Myung Moon and his Unification movement. The book starts with a little insight into Neufeld's life...

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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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From the Womb to the Tomb - The Tony Lester Story

A Culture of Death in an Arizona Prison
By Carl R. Toersbijns

From the Womb to the Tomb - The Tony Lester Story: A Culture of Death in an Arizona Prison by Carl R. Toersbijns is a bold examination of how incarcerated people with mental health issues are treated within the walls of Arizona prisons and exposes...

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Remembering Ravensbrück

Holocaust to Healing
By Natalie B Hess

Remembering Ravensbruck: Holocaust to Healing by Natalie B. Hess encapsulates a journey from childhood to adulthood. She speaks of her experiences as a Holocaust survivor where she gives glimpses of early childhood images related to the horror of the Holocaust, survival in the Jewish ghetto...

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Honest Endings

A Social Worker's Life in the World of Hospice
By Katherine Cullen

On the surface, Honest Endings: A Social Worker’s Life in the World of Hospice by Katherine Cullen is a book written by a social worker about her hospice work. In actual fact, the book is much deeper. It is written by a human being who...

Remembering Terri

A memoir of extraordinary love, unimaginable sadness, and remarkable courage
By Janice Cameron Steele

Remembering Terri by Janice Cameron Steele is the non-fiction memoir of a mother's journey raising her daughter, Terri Renee Ledbetter, who had been born with a non-syndromic intellectual disability after a traumatic premature birth. Terri's entrance into the world was in a haze of confusion...

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There's An Angel In Heaven That Calls Me Auntie

Finding Strength Through Loss, Living, & Legacy
By Sheniqua Johnson, Shaquasia Hodge

When registered nurse Sheniqua Johnson loses her beloved niece to a senseless crime, she refuses to cast blame but rejoices in the memories of being a favored auntie. Never giving up hope, Sheniqua remains by her niece’s bedside until Shaquasia Lekea Hodge draws her last...

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