Dad Died, Then Mom

Siblings' Spiritual & Inspirational Memoir as Caregivers
By Malia Arries

The loss of a loved one is always a painful episode for anyone but the death of a parent is a completely different kind of feeling. Words cannot fully define the cascade of emotions the individual passes through. This was the case for Malia Arries...

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Drink Your Words

Discovering California's Other Wine Regions
By Carolyn Dismuke

Carolyn Dismuke grabs readers' attention with the title of her book Drink Your Words: Discovering California’s Other Wine Regions. This guidebook is a resource describing unique California spots specializing in wineries, on trips worth taking. Reflecting on her background of European travel smarts and vivid...

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Death and Forgiveness

My Capital Punishment Witness
By Alan W Johnson

In 44% of the world’s nations (including some states in the USA), the death penalty is the court's sanction for murder. Alan W. Johnson, however, disagrees that this punishment is the best. Alan uses his book, Death and Forgiveness, to argue against the death penalty....

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Dancing on the Wine-Dark Sea

Memoir of a trailblazing woman's travels, adventures, and romance
By Diane LeBow

Dancing on the Wine-Dark Sea: Memoir of a trailblazing woman's travels, adventures, and romance is a work of non-fiction in the autobiographical writing subgenre. The work is best suited to the mature adult reading audience and was penned by author Diane LeBow. In this heartfelt...

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Double Helix

A Memoir of Addiction, Recovery, and Jazz in Two Voices
By Ed and Diane Reed

What a life-changing and inspiring journey. When I finished Double Helix, this was the feeling that stuck with me the most. The co-memoir of Ed and Diane Reed spans 50 years of a volatile interracial love story tested by addiction, loss of trust, failure, eyes...

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Drunk as Fu*k

By Ryan Kanaley

I have to begin my review of Drunk as Fu*k by congratulating the author, Ryan Kanaley. This couldn’t have been an easy memoir to write, given the copious amount of personal detail about Kanaley’s teen years that even he states “will not paint me in...

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Drive All Day

Because I'm Too Old to Drive All Night
By Jamie Anderson

In Drive All Day, Jamie Anderson narrates several funny and adventurous stories about her experience as an active, outgoing musician. She takes us through her music tours, guitar lessons, how she built her YouTube channel, her discovery of Spotify's disappointing earning system, and her adventures...

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Dark Money and Private Spies

The Everett Stern Story
By Everett Stern

Dark Money and Private Spies is a memoir by Everett Stern. During his time at HSBC, Stern discovered that the bank deliberately failed to maintain anti-money laundering policies. Stern knew he could not stand by and therefore he alerted the U.S. authorities of his findings...

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Dear Stroke, You Suck

The Journey of A Fitness Trainer and Stroke Survivor
By Tracy L Markley

Dear Stroke, You Suck is an inspirational memoir recounting the story of a stroke survivor's journey back to recovery by Biomechanics Specialist Tracy L. Markley. Six months after suffering a stroke, Gary, the survivor, meets personal trainer Tracy at a gym in Florence, Oregon. Finding...

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Dancing with Unity

Transcending Racism Globally
By Jan Ford

Jan Ford grew up in New Jersey in a multinational, multiracial neighborhood. She has spent her life trying to share Unity Moments. If you are not familiar with Unity Moments, you need to read Dancing with Unity: Transcending Racism Globally by Jan Ford. She shares...

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