Eyeless Mind

A Memoir About Seeing and Being Seen
By Stephanie L. Duesing

Eyeless Mind: A Memoir about Seeing and Being Seen by Stephanie Duesing is a sensitive and heartbreaking memoir about her 15-year-old son, Sebastian, who was blind though he showed no signs of blindness and no one knew he was blind. Sebastian loved painting and he...

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Eris Rising

A Memoir of Finding the Warrior Within
By Courtney Ramm

Eris Rising: A Memoir of Finding the Warrior Within by Courtney Ramm is an unforgettable memoir about a woman who is abused by a relationship but comes back a winner. Being born from a genetic pool of genius doesn't make Courtney immune to the pitfalls...

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Everywhere But Home

Life Overseas as Told by a Travel Blogger
By Phil Rosen

Everywhere But Home: Life Overseas as Told by a Travel Blogger is a work of non-fiction in the travel, memoir, and slice of life sub-genres, and was penned by author Phil Rosen. After packing up and heading to Hong Kong straight after his graduation, Phil...

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Embodying Soul

A Return to Wholeness—A Memoir of New Beginnings
By Keri Mangis

Embodying Soul: A Return to Wholeness: A Memoir of New Beginnings by Keri Mangis is a fascinating memoir that speaks about the author's understanding of having a loving relationship with her emotions and herself, thereby creating a strong beginning for a return to wholeness. We...

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Enchanted, Book 2

Things We Lost in the Night (A Memoir of Love and Music in the 60s with Stark Naked and the Car Thieves Book 2)
By Larry J. Dunlap

Enchanted: Things We Lost in the Night (A Memoir of Love and Music in the 60s with Stark Naked and the Car Thieves) is the second book in a breathtaking memoir by Larry Dunlap, a veritable tour de force for readers who enjoy real-life adventures...

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East Africa, 1960's - By Camera and Diary

By Donald R Adams

East Africa, 1960's - By Camera and Diary by Donald R Adams is the memoir of a teacher who served as an education officer in Tanganyika in the early years of the country’s independence, a wonderful blend of historical non-fiction, travel, and adventure. Camping, hunting,...

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Echoes From Catawba Volume 1

Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia
By Ted Carroll

Echoes From Catawba, Volume 1: Growing Up In Catawba Valley, Appalachia is a nonfiction cultural/memoir written by Ted Carroll. Carroll’s grandparents had 17 children; his mother was the baby of a family who made such a tremendous impact on the small community of Catawba, Virginia....

Eboli to Brooklyn

One Way
By Francis J. and Denise T. Lodato

Eboli to Brooklyn: One Way by Francis J. Lodato and Denise T. Lodato is the authors' family memoir chronicling an immigration from Eboli, Italy to New York. The book begins with a little history and details of the planning and migration of the Lodatos as...

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Enigma

By George Mattheson

Enigma by George Mattheson is a novel about the psychology of a schizophrenic character who never liked to study as a child and who never read any books. He confesses that he has never been able to watch the television for more than two hours....

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Embracing The Abyss

By John Smith

As the subtitle suggests, Embracing the Abyss by John Smith is a true story of unknowingly becoming part of a fraud scandal, receiving a presidential pardon, and being surprised by a spiritual awakening. The memoir begins three days before the protagonist’s appearance in federal court...

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