Once There Was a Child

By Darlene Pscheidell Kwarta

Once There Was a Child by Darlene Pscheidell Kwarta is a heartbreaking yet inspiring account of Ms. Kwarta’s experience as a teacher of severely handicapped and abused children. She was motivated to enter this challenging profession, she says, by such works as The Miracle Worker,...

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Asphalt Eden

By Sausha Douglas Lovell, D.E. Siems

Everyone deserves a second chance at redemption. Asphalt Eden by Sausha Douglas Lovell and D.E. Siems is the true story of Sausha Douglas Lovell, who found himself mired in a life of crime and drugs ever since he left home at the tender age of...

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Mysterious Ways

Discovering the Miracles of Life as I Fight for My Own
By Jay Gittleson

Mysterious Ways: Discovering the Miracles of Life as I Fight for My Own is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and inspirational subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Jay Gittleson about his own incredible life experiences...

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My Race for Life

Finding New Strength after Tragedy
By Alison J. Delgado, MD

My Race for Life: Finding New Strength After Tragedy is an incredibly inspiring true story written by Alison J. Delgado, MD. Alison starts with a harrowing prologue, throwing us deep into the traumatic accident that started her tragedy. With that in mind, she goes through...

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Lost in Beirut

A True Story of Love, Loss and War
By Ashe Stevens, Magdalena Stevens

Lost In Beirut: A True Story of Love, Loss and War is a work of non-fiction in the memoir subgenre. It is aimed at mature readers and was penned by author team Ashe Stevens and Magdalena Stevens. The book follows Ashe Stevens, an actor on...

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American Airman

A Memoir of a Wounded Veteran
By Jonathon Benjamin

American Airman: A Memoir of a Wounded Veteran by Jonathon Benjamin is a powerful testament to that rarely addressed issue of American soldiers having a difficult time transitioning from military to civilian life. The prelude to this memoir reveals the author’s beginnings, describing his unsettling...

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A Gate Called Beautiful

Beauty for Ashes
By Brandon Sutton

A Gate Called Beautiful: Beauty for Ashes by Brandon Sutton is a self-help book that talks about accepting grief and moving forward in life. Brandon Sutton shares his loss and how the loss pushed him to look for joy in the loss. The author faced...

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A Journey of Hope

My Path from Pain to Purpose
By Frank Leonardis

Most parents desire to love and care for their children in a secure environment. On the other hand, stress, exhaustion, a lack of parenting skills, or family support can overwhelm the pressures of caring for a child and lead to abuse. But why is it...

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Not A Real Enemy

The True Story of a Hungarian Jewish Man's Fight for Freedom (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII)
By Robert Wolf, Janice Harper

Not a Real Enemy by Robert Wolf and Janice Harper is a spellbinding memoir that follows the true story of a Hungarian Jewish man and his quest for freedom. Fans of Holocaust survival literature will devour this memoir that reads like well-crafted fiction. In 1944,...

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Yelling at God

By Colleen Cody

Yelling at God: A Memoir of Surviving Trauma by Colleen Cody is a moving memoir that details how the author dealt with her husband’s near-fatal accident. After spending the weekend with friends in their Jersey Shore Condo, Tom drove to their Pennsylvania home to pick...

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