I'm Still Here

A Memoir
By Martina Reaves

I'm Still Here: A Memoir by Martina Reaves is an engrossing memoir with strong themes, well-written and inspiring. The memoir starts with Martina meeting her streetcar driver, an Episcopal priest, who eventually becomes a significant person in her life. But she comes out and meets...

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It is 7 am In the Cardiac Ward

By Kamal Malaker

We generally view doctors as pictures of health. Even though it is illogical, any sign of illness in a doctor takes us by surprise. Dr. Kamal Malaker’s book – It is 7 am In the Cardiac Ward - is a rare narrative of a doctor’s...

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In Its Shadow

A 9/11 Memoir
By Jodi Graber Pratt

In Its Shadow: A 9/11 Memoir is a work of non fiction which discusses the tragic events of international terrorism and its fallout thereafter, and was written by author Jodi Graber Pratt. As a businesswoman who was up close and directly present when the 2001...

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Illegitimately Yours, Michael and Me

A memoir of secrets, adoption and DNA
By Catherine Taylor

Illegitimately Yours: Michael and Me by Catherine Taylor is the author's story and her deeply personal account of the family history. Catherine Taylor's early years were filled with memories of playing with her brother Michael, the school holidays, summer nights, lazy days when even the...

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I Know Jesus Christ Is Real

King of kings and Lord of lords
By Melinda Deir-Boyette

I Know Jesus Christ is Real by Melinda Deir-Boyette is a very personal and raw autobiography of the author’s life and her walk with her God and her savior. Coming from an impoverished background in Jamaica, she knew from an early age that despite her...

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Inspired, Not Retired

Leadership Lessons from Father to Son
By Dr. Burl Randolph Jr

Our life teaches us so many lessons that we can't even count. If we were to grasp and learn from these lessons, we would be greater managers and leaders. And did you know that those lessons that we're learning are not necessarily only for us...

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Iron Annie and a Long Journey

By Lisa M. Hutchison

Iron Annie and a Long Journey by Lisa M. Hutchison is the story of a couple who fell in love and how the war had an impact on their lives and the lives of their children for years to come. Albert took his time to...

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Intoxicating Tango: My Years in Buenos Aires

A Memoir
By Cherie Magnus

Reading Intoxicating Tango by Cherie Magnus took me back to how my mother loved watching those old movies that were centered on beautiful women dancing the tango with handsome Latin men. The smoldering sensuality of the dance itself mesmerized her as Hollywood showed her a...

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I'm in Here Somewhere

Memoir of a Food Addict
By Celeste Prater

I'm In Here Somewhere: Memoir of a Food Addict by Celeste Prater is not only for those who are addicted to food but also for those who are addicted to bad habits and those who make excuses all the time. The book speaks about Chad...

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I Became An Elementary School Outlaw

A Memoir by Frank Nappi
By Frank Nappi

“You just continue to break the rules and make a mess of things.” Such are the memorable admonitions we receive in childhood. Young Frank Nappi heard this prophetic utterance from one teacher when, according to older Frank Nappi, I Became An Elementary School Outlaw. Possessing...

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