Non-Fiction - Memoir

Saving Bobby

Heroes and Heroin in One Small Community
By Renee Hodges

Saving Bobby: Heroes and Heroin in One Small Community by Renee Hodges is an insightful book for all readers who deal with people with addiction. Bobby’s story is heartrending and chronicles his journey from an addict having suicidal tendencies to getting himself back on track....

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Dreams Are Unfinished Thoughts

By Brian Paone

Dreams Are Unfinished Thoughts by Brian Paone is a memoir of the author’s life that depicts his journey and friendship with the lead singer of God Lives Underwater, David Reilly. Our story begins when Brian attends a God Lives Underwater concert and meets David by...

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Adversity Defeated

Turn Your Struggles Into Strengths
By Marc Hoberman

Adversity Defeated: Turn Your Struggles Into Strengths by Marc Hoberman is the author's memoir detailing the struggles of, well, life in general, but compounded by a battle with epilepsy. Following his mother's debilitating stroke, Hoberman is uprooted during a crucial period in life and is...

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Nothing Is Predictable

By Adalina Mae

Nothing Is Predictable by Adalina Mae is the story of a woman who fights her way out of her troubled past, but her past is always there to haunt her. Zara had just been a child when her father accidentally killed himself while he was...

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Best Friends

By Yvette Nachmias-Baeu

Best Friends is a nonfiction memoir written by Yvette Nachmias-Baeu. Beth had originally been Yvette’s sister’s friend, but somehow the two young women discovered that they were, indeed, kindred spirits. Each had an abiding interest in the arts and chose a creative life over a...

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Winds of Skilak

The Continuing Saga of one couple's adventures and survival in the Alaskan wilderness (Volume 2)
By Bonnie Rose Ward

Winds of Skilak Volume 2 is the continuation of the memoir of Bonnie Rose Ward and her husband Sam’s adventure on Caribou Island in the middle of Skilak Lake, deep in the wilds of Alaska. These two modern-day pioneers literally carved a living out of...

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I'm a Little Brain Dead

By Kimberly Davis Basso

When reading an author’s recollection of the sudden, awful realization she is having a stroke, and of the ensuing fear and uncertainty associated with how one’s life may forever change, roll-on-the-floor hilarity isn’t the first reaction that comes to mind. However, Kimberly Davis Basso manages...

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The Long Passages

Paths of Self-Discovery
By Paul Winder

The Long Passages: Paths of Self-Discovery by Paul Winder is a wonderful memoir, taken from a long life lived contentedly and freely. The Long Passages is really a collection of anecdotes, short sketches of memorable incidences, and Paul’s insights based on his life experiences. The...

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My Firefly

By Maggie Kirton

My Firefly by Maggie Kirton is a gritty narrative that explores one young woman’s journey through a series of abuse by her family, especially her father — physical, emotional, and sexual - told from the perspective of the house the protagonist lived in. The first...

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Pray the Gay Away

By Michael Zakar, Zach Zakar

Pray the Gay Away by Michael Zakar and Zach Zakar is a memoir, at times sensational and heartbreaking, of Iraqi twins in modern America, two brothers “cursed” to be gay — at least in the eyes of their own mother. How can they admit to...

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