If Animals Could Speak

Book Two
By Chris Gray

In Book Two of If Animals Could Speak, we learn about the dogs, cats, horses and even a donkey named “Long Ears” that Chris Gray and her mate Keith took into their Australian homes between September 1983 and April 1990. A continuation of Book...

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Is That The Shirt You're Wearing?

By Kristen Brakeman

Is That the Shirt You’re Wearing? by Kristen Brakeman is a collection of short essays, most of them previously published in various magazines and periodicals. They chart the progress of the long summer holidays when all three of her children are home, two teenagers and...

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Incest, Murder and a Miracle

The True Story Behind the Cheryl Pierson Murder-For-Hire Headlines
By Cheryl Cuccio, Robert Cuccio, Morgan St. James

It’s rare for me to review a book subjectively, but in the case of Incest, Murder and a Miracle by Cheryl Cuccio, Robert Cuccio, and Morgan St. James, I felt I had no choice. For starters, details, many of which were inaccurate, about the young...

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Interrupted Journeys

A Memoir of an Army Brat
By Barbara Fifield

Interrupted Journeys by Barbara Fifield tells the story of her life, but concentrates mostly on her childhood and then the later years. As the daughter of a Major in the American army, they relocated several times, including stays in Japan, Germany, and several army bases...

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I Am Cancer Free

Cancer does not have to be a death sentence
By Mrs. Brenda C Mohammed

I Am Cancer Free by Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed is the poignant memoir of the author’s personal battle with cancer. Her faith in God and proving that ovarian cancer need not be a death sentence are what make this memoir a heartrending read. The author’s...

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If I'd a Knowed

A Gay Writer Writes About Writing and Other Stuff
By Tom Beattie

If I'd a Knowed: A Gay Writer Writes About Writing and Other Stuff is a non-fiction collection of memoirs and essays written by Tom Beattie. Beattie always knew he was destined to be a writer and have his works published, but he wasn't quite prepared...

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Inflection Point

War and Sacrifice in Corporate America
By Traci Medford-Rosow

A true story that reads like a suspense thriller, Inflection Point by Traci Medford-Rosow provides not only an insider’s look into the massive pharmaceutical industry, but an emotionally charged story of personal conflicts, defeats and victories. Medford-Rosow spent ten years of her life in an...

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Inside

One Woman's Journey Through the Inside Passage
By Susan Marie Conrad

Inside: One Woman's Journey Through the Inside Passage is a non-fiction adventure memoir written by Susan Marie Conrad. Conrad grew up loving the water despite her parents' fear of it, and, when she moved to Montana, she experienced being in a kayak for the first...

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I'm Glad I Didn't Kill Myself

Cat's Journals
By Catina Noble

Being in and out of love, peer pressure, independence, hating your life, and self-esteem seem to be some of the challenges that teenagers face while growing up. In I’m Glad I Didn't Kill Myself: Cat’s Journals by Catina Noble, you get an in-depth account of...

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I'll Give You Something to Cry About

A memoir of a daughter's struggle to survive a mother with paranoia, schizophrenia, and manic depression
By Elizabeth Acker

I'll Give You Something to Cry About by Elizabeth Acker is an autobiographical account written in the first person about growing up living with and being raised by an emotionally abusive mother suffering from mental illness and disorders. Elizabeth and her sister live with their...

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