Blood Money

One Man's Bare-Knuckle Fight to Protect Taxpayers from Medical Fraud
By Chris Riedel

The subtitle to Chris Riedel’s book Blood Money is ‘One Man’s Bare-Knuckle Fight to Protect Tax Payers from Medical Fraud,’ which is a very accurate description of the contents. He opens the door to give us a peep into the deep level of corruption, illegal...

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Baby Got Back In Her Pants

A Simple Plan to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet
By Christin Bummer

Baby Got Back In Her Pants: A Simple Plan to Thrive on a Plant-Based Diet by Christin Bummer is much more than just a health and fitness book, it is actually a combination of various books. Indeed, it is first and foremost a guide, which...

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Blogging the Plague

Camus, Covid-19, and the Current Chaos
By Peter Vernezze

Blogging the Plague: Camus, Covid-19, and the Current Chaos by Peter Vernezze examines current-day COVID-19 dynamics through the lens of Albert Camus' 1947 classic novel, The Plague, about a small town in Algeria that is devastated by a plague transmitted from animals to humans. During...

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Beyond Color

Will This Day Be My Last?
By DJ Jordan

Beyond Color: Will This Day Be My Last? is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and biographical sub-genres, and was penned by author DJ Jordan. In this harrowing and heartfelt real-life story, we learn about the incredible and heart-breaking experiences of the life of...

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Bound

A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story
By Elizabeth Anne Wood

Bound: A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story by Elizabeth Anne Wood is an honest memoir that takes readers on an emotional ride through the last eight months of her mother’s life. The author is a sociology professor who is startled when she discovers...

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Better Off Bald

A Life in 147 Days
By Andrea Wilson Woods

Better Off Bald: A Life in 147 Days by Andrea Wilson Woods is the story of a courageous girl as she faced death and lived her life in the best way possible. Adrienne Wilson hated her life, she was depressed and there was nothing that...

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Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness

Surrendering to Life
By Cheryl Wilfong

Breast Cancer Meets Mindfulness: Surrendering to Life by Cheryl Wilfong demonstrates the author's approach when being diagnosed with breast cancer in her mid-sixties, showing how she applied her Buddhist studies and Buddhist meditation practice to get through that difficult phase of her life with calmness....

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Born for Life: Midwife in Africa

By Julie Watson

Born for Life: Midwife in Africa is a work of non fiction written as a memoir by author and midwife Julie Watson. Following her original collection, Born for Life: A Midwife’s Story, this new selection of memories tells the tale of Julie’s experiences as a...

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Broken, Tales of a Titanium Cowgirl

By Michelle R Scully

Broken, Tales of a Titanium Cowgirl by Michelle R. Scully is an inspirational story of a woman who rose up from the ashes of her dreams to finally conquer them. I found Michelle’s story emotional yet very motivational. While what happened to Michelle was tragic,...

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Becoming a Nurse

In Mid-twentieth Century America
By Nancy Greenleaf

Becoming a Nurse: In Mid-twentieth Century America is a nonfiction memoir written by Nancy Greenleaf. Greenleaf wasn’t really quite sure how her decision to go into nursing actually came to be. It was 1955, and she had been blindsided by her boyfriend’s confession that he...

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