Non-Fiction - Grief/Hardship

The Compassion Code

How to Say the Right Thing When the Wrong Thing Happens
By Laura Jack

The feeling of compassion sounds obvious to many, but what most people do not realize is that it is one of the most delicate aspects of being human, that not only needs balancing and courage but also mastery while still maintaining authenticity. The Compassion Code...

Her Story II

By Stacy Bryant

Google Stacy Bryant or Coach Stacy, author of Her Story 11, and you won’t find a personal website for her. But you will find her beautiful, strong face in photos and videos on her two Facebook pages, “Coach Stacy” and “Stiletto Bosses.” You can also...

Nowhere Else I Want to Be

A Memoir
By Carol D Marsh

Nowhere Else I Want to Be: A Memoir by Carol D Marsh is an inspiring memoir that redefines the sense of humanity in a world where human values are quickly replaced by an egoistic culture. In this spellbinding memoir, the founder of Miriam’s House —...

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The Reluctant Caregiver

Missives from the Caregiving Minefields
By Joy K Johnston

Many elderly people suffer from illnesses, but when the debilitating disease of Alzheimer's or dementia kicks in, the conversation changes. In The Reluctant Caregiver: Missives from the Caregiving Minefields by Joy K Johnston, you will read the raw and gritty account of the author's journey...

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The Monster That Ate My Mommy

By Jessica Aiken-Hall

When it comes to memoirs, there’s one thing writers need to remember: people love happy endings, especially when the writer’s life has been filled with struggle and heartache, as was Jessica Aiken-Hall’s life in The Monster That Ate My Mommy. That monster nearly finished off...

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Waking Mathilda

A Memoir of Childhood Narcolepsy
By Claire Crisp

Waking Mathilda by Claire Crisp recounts the chain of events from 2009 when she took their youngest two-year-old daughter to the National Health Service in England to be innoculated against swine flu. It was not long after that Mathilda’s whole persona changed from a lively...

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Small Stones from the River

Meditations and Micropoems
By Kat Lehmann

When thoughts are expressed either orally or in written form, they convey a variety of messages to the reader. If you are seeking simple yet powerful words of comfort, peace, inspiration and mindfulness, then Small Stones from the River: Meditations and Micropoems by Kat Lehmann...

Nine Lives ~ Transition

In The Beginning . . . (Volume 1)
By Lucille Richins Flint

Nine Lives: Transition (Volume 1) ~ In The Beginning by Lucille Richins Flint is an autobiography about the life and pre-mortal existence of Lucille Richins Flint. Lucille was born to Leah Naegle and George Arthur Richins in New Mexico during the Great Depression. As a...

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I Know It in My Heart

Walking Through Grief with a Child
By Mary E. Plouffe Ph.D.

I Know It in My Heart: Walking Through Grief with a Child by Mary E. Plouffe Ph.D. is a powerful, heart wrenching memoir that takes a visceral, somewhat clinical look at loss, grief, and healing, the journey of a woman and a child through devastating...

The Gifted Storyteller

The Power is in the Story You Tell
By Gregg Korrol

The Gifted Storyteller: The Power is in the Story You Tell by Gregg Korrol is an inspirational story. Michael did everything he thought he should do for a successful life. He had a good job, he had money in the bank, friends and a few...

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