Enough Really is Enough

By Vivien Heim

Lucie is almost 67 years old. But age is just a number, as Lucie lives life to the fullest. She lives in legendary Stratford-upon-Avon and is, of course, an avid theater lover. Lucie is good at cooking and loves to share delicious food with those...

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Escapegoat Daughter

A memoir of one woman's decision to go no contact with her family
By Misty Compton

A platitude that I often hear is that you should always be forgiving and loving toward your parents because ‘you’ve only got one family.’ This saying ignores the enormous damage that family members can do to us during our lives and assumes we have a...

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Everything has Meaning

What the Tree Stand Murders Taught me About Life, Death, and Destiny
By Scott Roux

Everything Has Meaning: What the Tree Stand Murders Taught me About Life, Death, and Destiny is the memoir of Scott Roux. He was raised as a Catholic but also inherited his Ojibwe roots from his mother. He started exploring his Native American heritage and discovered...

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Emails From India

Women Write Home
By Janis Harper

Emails From India: Women Write Home is comprised of thirty-seven glimpses into India written by women travelers from North America and the UK. The editor, Janis Harper, is a self-proclaimed Indophile whose special relationship began as a teen when she became interested in eastern religion....

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Enough

A Memoir of Mistakes, Mania, and Motherhood
By Amelia Zachry

Enough: A Memoir of Mistakes, Mania, and Motherhood by Amelia Zachary is a deeply personal, profoundly moving, and ultimately joyful journey through one woman’s battle with mental illness and life in general. Amelia was an overachieving, young Muslim girl, growing up in Kuala Lumpur and...

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Embrace Grace

New Medicine for a Wounded World
By Arlene Santos McCain, MD

Some experiences are worth retelling, especially if they are significant and profound, like those that Arlene Santos McCain MD recounts in her book Embrace Grace: New Medicine for a Wounded World. In this book, the author narrates her life story, the founding and development of...

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Emergence of Me

Discovering My Identity and the Courage Within
By Denise C Harvey

Emergence of Me: Discovering My Identity and the Courage Within by Denise C. Herndon Harvey takes us on a journey of self-discovery. This is the story of a confused and bewildered little girl wanting to know God, to really know Him, but failing to find...

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Echoes from Wuhan

By Gretchen Dykstra

Echoes from Wuhan depicts the immersive story of a young American woman who traveled to Wuhan for a teaching job. At the time she left for China, Gretchen Dykstra was one of the 100 Americans the Chinese hired to teach English in colleges around the...

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Elmer & Virginia

A World War II Romance in Letters
By John M. Odell

Elmer and Virginia: A World War II Romance in Letters is a touching collection of the correspondence of John Odell’s parents. They wrote the letters between 1939 and 1944, during which time they were separated by education and then the war. Elmer and Virginia’s letters...

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Encoded

By R.W. Gates

The murder of a young girl is the start of a series of circumstances leading to the solution of three perplexing crimes from the twentieth century in the thrilling non-fiction true crime story, Encoded: Based On True Events by R.W. Gates. Growing up near the...

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