Forty to Finish

By Larry Walsh

Forty to Finish is a work of non-fiction in the memoir and sports subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Larry Walsh as a follow-up to Suit to Saddle. After the layoff that inspired Walsh to begin his...

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Feathers at my Feet

A Memoir of Enduring Friendship
By Barbara Pearson

Some friendships last a lifetime, changing lives along the way. Feathers at My Feet: A Memoir of Enduring Friendship is the true story of a bond just like that. Art teacher and author Barbara Pearson knew about fellow artist and activist Phyllis Bosco long before...

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Fortitude

Preserving 400 Years of an American Family's Faith, Patriotism, Grit and Determination
By Dale R. Spaulding

Fortitude: Preserving 400 Years of an American Family's Faith, Patriotism, Grit and Determination by Dale R. Spaulding is a sprawling work that takes a deep dive into the history of the Spaulding family. Spaulding takes readers back to the ancient and medieval origins of the...

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Fragile Minds

An Advocate's Story
By Diane Lane Chambers

In her memoir, Diane Lane Chambers frankly converses with her readers about the many ways US law is unjust to people who struggle with a mental illness and also to their loved ones. In Diane's career as a professional sign language interpreter, she had the...

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Finding Us

A Mother’s Memoir of Braving Mental Illness with her Young Daughter
By Kristin Rohman Rehkamp

Living with mental illness is never easy. Nor is seeing a loved one suffering from it. All you can do is try to become stronger to stop the illness from dictating your life. This is the message that Kristin Rohman Rehkamp reiterates in her moving...

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Fostering

A Memoir of Courage and Hope
By Carmen Maria Navarro

The inside perspective of the foster care system is presented in depth, intensely intimate, and compellingly by Carmen Maria Navarro. It is an emotive tale about the decisions that actual foster parents must make and the effects those decisions may have on their families. Carmen...

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Family Matters

dreams I couldn't share/and how a dysfunctional family became America's darling The Addams Family
By Lance Lee

Lance Lee has penned a biography, Family Matters, that allows readers into the imperfect and often heartbreaking behind-closed-doors story of his youth. Lee's father is the television creator of The Addams Family, a famous show of the 1960s that retains a cult following today. Lee's...

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Fallen Star

A Return to Self through the Eight Limbs of Yoga
By Molly Chanson

Fallen Star: A Return to Self Through the Eight Limbs of Yoga by Molly Chanson shares the compelling story of how the practice of yoga ultimately helped to bring healing and contentment to Chanson’s life. The author seamlessly incorporates information about the eight limbs of...

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From Tibet to Egypt

Early Travels After a Late Start
By Jeremiah A. Gilbert

A desire to visit the seven continents seems to be the motivation behind From Tibet To Egypt. Jeremiah A. Gilbert details each of his unique trips starting from an enterprising trip to Tibet, visiting monasteries of note, and taking beautiful pictures along the way. Soon...

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From the Flood

A Memoir
By Suzanne Jones

Suzanne Jones was six years old when Tropical Storm Agnes swept up the east coast and morphed into an extratropical cyclone, dropping nineteen inches of rain on the Susquehanna River Valley in Northern Pennsylvania in less than a day. Rivers and streams overflowed their banks...

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