No Rules

A Memoir
By Sharon Dukett

The year is 1971 and sixteen-year-old Sharon is sick and tired of the life she is living. With parents that control her every move in life and deny her the choice to attend college because she’s a female, she decides to run away with her...

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Celibate: A Memoir

By Maria Giura

Love never came easy for author Maria Giura. With each failed connection she felt more at a loss. On the other hand, her sisters were either married or having babies or getting engaged. While she was happy for them, she could not ignore a pang...

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Stay, Daughter

A Memoir of Muslim Girlhood
By Yasmin Azad

It is not often that we experience a memoir that is both profound and articulate in narrating episodes in the author’s life. Yasmin Azad’s Stay, Daughter: A Memoir of Muslim Girlhood is a striking account of a Muslim girl’s struggles in her coming of age...

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The Horse That Wouldn't Trot

A Life with Tennessee Walking Horses; Lessons Learned and Memories Shared
By Rose Miller

Rose Miller, the author of The Horse That Wouldn't Trot, has loved horses from an early age and finally gets the opportunity to own a horse farm, with the encouragement of her family. When backache threatens to put an end to her riding, she discovers...

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Stitching a Life

An Immigration Story
By Mary Helen Fein

Many parts of Europe in the early 1900s were strongly anti-Semitic. Lithuania, in particular, was brutal towards its Jewish population. Helen (Hinde while she was living in Lithuania) was the oldest girl of a large Jewish family. To escape persecution, the family decided to immigrate...

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The News from Arkansas

Sense of Humor Required
By Valerie Katz

The News from Arkansas: Sense of Humor Required is a work of non-fiction written in the style of a memoir by author Valerie Katz. Based on a collection of emails and news bulletins to recount her adventures to her family, this heartfelt work by Valerie...

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Weeds Beneath The Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows by Anna Casamento Arrigo is the story of a girl forced to leave everything she ever knew behind and start her life anew. Anna was a 7-year-old girl when her parents moved to the USA and changed her life forever....

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A Rock and a Hard Place

An American Geologist's Adventures in Africa
By George Zelt, PhD

A Rock and a Hard Place is a memoir chronicling the experiences of author George Zelt as a geologist in mostly Southern Africa in the 1970s. The title plays on several different facets of its meaning. For academic purposes, he turns over a fair amount...

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Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos)

A Memoir (Act III * Hodgepodge)
By Jeff Pearson

Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos): Hodgepodge is a work of non-fiction written in a comedic memoir style by author Jeff Pearson. Hodgepodge forms the third book of stories in this highly entertaining series, which chronicles the life of the author through many bizarre...

Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos)

A Memoir (Act II * Yukon)
By Jeff Pearson

Miss Nude Canada's Shoes (And Other Fiascos): Yukon is a work of non-fiction written in a playful memoir-style by author Jeff Pearson. Yukon is the second act in the series of humorous and anecdotal stories from the author, which look at some of his more...