The Miracle Known as Ed Levine

Based on a True Story
By Ronarose Train

The Miracle Known as Ed Levine: Based on a True Story by Ronarose Train is a remarkable biography about how one man beat the odds against him and thrived even in difficult circumstances. Ed Levine was born in 1942, in the East End which was...

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Those Darn Stripes

By Tyrel Nelson

Those Darn Stripes is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by Tyrel Nelson. The book is a reflection on the author’s life during a period of intense turbulence and change, in which...

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Travels and Tribulations

By Tyrel Nelson

Travels and Tribulations is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by Tyrel Nelson. The book follows the author during the worst of the pandemic after losing both his mother and his career....

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The Other Side of Fear

A Backpacker's Memoir
By Jenni Reavis

A memoir that will stir up your empathy from start to finish, The Other Side of Fear: A Backpacker's Memoir by Jenni Reavis is a deep, personal account of the author’s traumatic past that involves kidnapping and sexual assault. At the same time, it is...

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This Flag Does Not Come Down

Freedom Under The Banner of The King
By Art Evans

This Flag Does Not Come Down is a motivational spiritual memoir written by Art Evans. Evans relates his life story since his adolescent years, providing a thorough breakdown of his struggles and how his faith in Jesus Christ helped him overcome some of the darkest...

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The Art of Reassembly

A Memoir of Early Mother Loss and Aftergrief
By Peg Conway

Peg Conway, the author of The Art of Reassembly: A Memoir of Early Mother Loss and Aftergrief, lost her mother at a very young age, and the impact of this loss continued to shape her life for many years. It meant shouldering adult responsibilities while...

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The Long Road Home

By Ella Anderson

The Long Road Home is a heartbreaking biographical account by Ella Anderson, whose brother lost his life under mysterious circumstances. Growing up in an unstable home with a drunk, PTSD-ridden father and a neglectful mother, Ella and her siblings had to learn to care for...

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The Home for Friendless Children

Finding hope, joy, and a place in the world
By C.L. Olsen

The Home for Friendless Children: Finding Hope, Joy, and a Place in the World by C.L. Olsen is a non-fiction memoir detailing a life of survival that transcends into one of true living. Olsen writes in the first person, but the narrative is actually that...

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Table for One

Reflections on Self-Esteem, Emotions, Making Friends, and Romantic Love for a Sensitive Single Person
By Larry Godwin

Table for One by Larry Godwin is a non-fiction book in which the author shares their experiences as a sensitive single person and offers those in similar situations, whether by choice, chance, or circumstance, a relatable collection of work in the spirit of camaraderie. The...

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The Gift of a Stolen Youth

The True Story of a Woman who Beat Cancer
By Tihana Babic

“I’ve found that being positive helps. It soothes the soul.” My mother always claimed that life was hard work. It’s certainly full of ups and downs and, to many different degrees depending on the person, lots of suffering. But there’s always joy somewhere, and that’s...

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