Non-Fiction - Memoir

Crocodiles and Kaleko

Dangers and Designer Clothes in the Solomon Islands
By Paula Henriksen

Crocodiles and Kaleko: Dangers and Designer Clothes in the Solomon Islands is an entertaining and informative memoir. Paula Henriksen arrived in the Solomon Islands in 2010 to manage a multi-million-dollar health program for the Australian Agency for International Development as part of a multi-national peacekeeping...

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Daddy's Curse 3

The Birth of A Monster (True stories of child slavery survivors)
By Luke. G. Dahl

If you’ve read the first two books in this series by Luke. G. Dahl, you will remember the pedophile Bat Erdene, a wealthy child and drug trafficker whom you met, and most likely loathed in Daddy’s Curse 2. Well, now, in the final book of...

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Regression

By Twilah Hiari

Regression is a non-fiction memoir written in the first person voice by Twilah Hiari on her struggles with mental illnesses and trauma. Regression starts off fairly chronologically and initially begins with childhood reminiscences, early childhood experiences, how she felt growing up, her relationship with her...

Risk A Verse

A Year in Daily Sonnets
By Libby Weber

Risk A Verse: A Year in Daily Sonnets is a poetic work of memoir written by poet and author Libby Weber. This publication comes as a result of the San Diego-based writer and musician putting a challenge to herself to compose a sonnet which encompasses...

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Once the Storm is Over

From Grieving to Healing After the Suicide of My Daughter
By Nina Bingham

With the alarming rise in suicides, especially sadly amongst teens, Nina Bingham’s memoir about losing her beloved daughter to suicide is timely, but no doubt writing it was one of the hardest things Bingham has ever done. What courage it takes to bare a heartache...

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God, Brian Jones & Me

The Sixties & the Rolling Stones Murder
By Gloria Shepherd

God, Brian Jones & Me: The Sixties & Rolling Stones Murder by Gloria Shepherd is a no-holds-barred autobiography of an amazing woman that relived countless horrors of neglect, and physical and emotional abuse while growing up in a dysfunctional Sicilian family. Growing up in New...

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Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War

By Patrick Hogan

For the rest of the world, the Vietnam War is over. For the soldiers who fought in it, no matter what their role, it will never be over. Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is described by author and Vietnam veteran Patrick Hogan...

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Helene

True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II
By Helga Long, Helene Witzmann

Helene: True Story of a German Girl's Resilience Growing Up During World War II by Helga Long and Helene Witzmann is a non-fiction memoir detailing the life of a young girl in Germany during the early decades of the twentieth century through World War II....

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Autobiography of An American Teacher

By D.J. Wright

Autobiography of An American Teacher by D.J. Wright is a book that asks a hard question about American education, a powerful reflection from an education expert: What is it that makes American education ineffective? The author of this book doesn’t waste time in answering the...

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Steering Through It

Navigating Life-Threatening Illness Acceptance, Survival and Healing
By Lynn McLaughlin

Steering Through It: Navigating Life-Threatening Illness, Acceptance, Survival and Healing is a powerful book by Lynn McLaughlin with beautiful illustrations by Sari Richter. It is a book on dealing with life-threatening illnesses. The news wasn't anything the author had expected and it was shocking...

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