How to Become an Ambassador

An American Foreign Service Odyssey
By Thomas Armbruster

How to Become an Ambassador: An American Foreign Service Odyssey is a work of non-fiction written in the true-life story and inspirational sub-genres, and was penned by author Thomas Hart Armbruster. This fascinating account offers advice for those who may be intrigued about working in...

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Hilltop Doc

A Marine Corpsman Fighting Through the Mud and Blood of the Korean War
By Leonard Adreon

“We owned the hill. We paid too much.” With starkly compelling photographs to emphasize his equally starkly compelling words, Leonard Adreon tells a story about his wartime service in Korea as a Hilltop Doc. Corpsman. This was not a job with which he was initially...

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How to Remodel a Life

A Guide to Living Well with Alcoholism and Bipolar Disorder
By Hope Andersen

There is nothing like a personal crisis to put your life into perspective and make you look at your life, behaviors, and actions with a fresh outlook. Hope Anderson has faced many challenges in her life; bipolar and a lack of self-worth resulted in years...

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Help! I Married A Comedian

A memoir of life in the circus lane of marriage to a stand-up comedian
By Carolyn V. Hamilton

Carolyn Hamilton first saw Cork Proctor in 1980, at a comedy roast for a local Las Vegas notable. After the show, he invited her to his show the following evening at the Royal Inn. She was intrigued by this charming comedian. When she arrived, there...

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How Much Big Is the Sky

A Memoir of a Mother's Love and Unfathomable Loss
By Sherry Chapman

How Much Big Is The Sky: A Memoir of a Mother’s Love and Unfathomable Loss is a work of non-fiction telling the true-life tale of a mother’s grief at losing her son, and was penned by author Sherry Chapman. Unmasking the raw emotional experience of...

How the WILD EFFECT Turned Me into a Hiker at 69

An Appalachian Trail Adventure
By Jane Congdon

Jane Congdon's How the WILD EFFECT Turned Me into a Hiker at 69: An Appalachian Trail Adventure is Congdon's memoir of her Appalachian Trail hikes, particularly in 2015. She was inspired by Cheryl Strayed's memoir "Wild," an account of Strayed's 1995 hike on the Pacific...

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How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories

By Rebecca G. Morris

How the Camp Fire Girls Won World War II . . . and Other Memories is a mostly time-linear series of short stories spanning the author's life. Rebecca G. Morris intentionally obscures which stories are fiction and which are not, but the feel is that...

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How He Robbed Me of My Three Baby Daughters

By Maggie Colombe

How He Robbed Me of My Three Baby Daughters by Maggie Colombe is a poignantly related memoir that explores the author's story of loss and the pain of living for seventeen years away from her children. Her three daughters were very young when her husband...

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Hindsight

Coming of Age on the Streets of Hollywood
By Sheryl Recinos

Hindsight: Coming of Age on the Streets of Hollywood is a non-fiction memoir penned by author Sheryl Recinos, who made the journey from being a homeless teenager to becoming an MD. Beginning with her life in a dysfunctional family unit, we go with Sheryl through...

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Hills of Home

By Debbie Richard

Hills of Home by Debbie Richard takes readers on an interesting journey along with the author, beginning in the 1950s in West Virginia in Wirt County. She speaks about how times were simpler during her childhood and how they learned lessons not only from books...

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