A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

A Black Man's Journey Through Life and the CIA
By Darryl A. Lansey

A Thin Line Between Love and Hate: A Black Man's Journey Through Life and the CIA by Darryl A. Lansey is an unapologetic memoir that gives glimpses of the racism and inequality that played an important role in shaping the author's family's history, his worldview,...

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I'd Rather Kill Myself Than Be a Lawyer

How Anyone Can Find Happiness
By Robert Segall, JD

In I'd Rather Kill Myself Than Be A Lawyer, Robert Segall, JD talks about how, as a lawyer, he became miserable and attempted suicide. He talks about his twenty-plus year journey to happiness. He explores the events before and after his suicide attempt, making sense...

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So-Called Normal

A Memoir of Family, Depression and Resilience
By Mark Henick

So-Called Normal by Mark Henick is a memoir of the author's struggles as he is forced to endure mental health issues as part of his daily life. From childhood Henick is at odds with his family, first his philandering father and then his subsequent step-father,...

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Pacific on the Right

Two Pilots, One Airplane, A Lifetime of Memories
By Anne Pierce

Pacific on the Right: Two Pilots, One Airplane, A Lifetime of Memories by Anne Pierce is the story of the author’s son’s epic journey, by small plane, from Phoenix, Arizona, to Chile, towards the turn of last century, compiled principally from the son’s journal. Curt...

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I'll Have The Liver, Please!

A Love Story
By Bradley D. Ross

I’ll Have The Liver, Please! is a funny and adventurous story about Bradley Ross, who has an unending need to try every exotic and traditional dish found in various countries. The problem? His companion on these incredible travels, his plain chicken-breast loving wife, who is...

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The Chartreuse Garden

The Horrific Murders of Innocents that Compelled Me to Fight Social Injustice and Hate
By Jack Castiglione

In The Chartreuse Garden, Jack Castiglione recounts discovering his sexuality, meeting a family who suffered at the hands of a mentally ill father and husband, and campaigning against hate and social injustice in Long Beach, California. As Jack was bullied a lot as a kid,...

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Where is My Happy Ending?

A Journey of No Regrets
By Karen Harmon

Where Is My Happy Ending? A Journey of No Regrets by Karen Harmon is the poignant and heartbreaking story of living in a family plagued by mental illness and how she leaves home at the age of seventeen and goes to Vancouver to embrace a...

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Craft Star

Things I Learned In The Craft Business
By Marisha Manning

Craft Star by Marisha Manning is a unique memoir of one woman’s struggle to create a successful handicraft business. Compiled from a manuscript and mementos discovered by her daughter, Marisa’s story begins with memories of her father’s illness. This is followed by a touching tribute...

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Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, a memoir by Anna Casamento Arrigo, features memories and ruminations of her father who died when she was only twelve. But her recollections run deep and reveal not only her dad’s rugged Italian persona but those of close family members...

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Spirit Quest 1969

Tripping Through Lands Of Enchantment
By Ronald J Schulz

Spirit Quest 1969 by Ronald J Schulz begins with a minor brush with the law, as hitchhiking was illegal. Then two hippies give him drugs. Dropped off in Colorado Springs, Schulz seeks a park. In need of shelter, he boards a bus to Gallup, New...

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