Jocie

Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist
By Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg

Jocie: Southern Jewish American Princess, Civil Rights Activist by Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg is a non-fiction memoir about Jocie’s life experiences, both in her personal and her civil and work life. After a brief introduction, the book is divided into sections revolving around specific areas of...

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Joy Ride

My One-Legged Journey to Self-Acceptance
By Karen Witt Daly

Joy Ride: My One-Legged Journey to Self-Acceptance by Karen Witt Daly is an autobiography written by Karen in her own words. Joy Ride is a story of hope and healing. In the book, Karen describes her childhood, which was a typical one in the mid-twentieth...

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Journey to Mystic Island

By Susan Smith Davis

Journey to Mystic Island is a nonfiction spiritual/supernatural memoir written by Susan Smith Davis. Davis and her husband have been sharing their home on Mystic Island with an entity for some years now. They’ve not been able to pinpoint exactly who he was or why...

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Jumping Over Shadows

A Memoir
By Annette Gendler

Jumping Over Shadows is a nonfiction historical memoir written by Annette Gendler. Annette hadn’t really wanted to go to her friend Michael’s birthday party; her father had died unexpectedly just three weeks before that. Michael was insistent, however, and he promised that being among some...

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Just Another Girl's Story

A Memoir On Finding Redemption
By Laura Eckert

Just Another Girl's Story: A Memoir On Finding Redemption by Laura Eckert is a heartbreaking, revealing memoir that explores one woman’s inner wounds and her struggle against depression, taking the reader along on a difficult journey to inner freedom and redemption. Laura Eckert was a...

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Journey On

Finding You, Seeing You, Loving You
By Debbie R. Smith

Journey On: Finding You, Seeing You, Loving You is a nonfiction autobiographical self-help book written by Debbie R. Smith. Smith is a young adult, new adult and women’s mentor and coach, as well as a parent, and she shares the benefits of her life experiences...

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Just Like That!

Insignificant Tales & Love Stories
By Curtis Shalo

Just Like That! Insignificant Tales & Love Stories by Curtis Shalo is filled with hilarious stories about his experiences in life. The stories are short and are about all different things. From elevators to poop, all the stories will leave a lasting impression on you!...

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Jamarr's Promise

A True Story of Corruption, Courage, and Child Welfare
By Kristin I Morris, Ph. D, Joseph J Zielinski

Jamarr’s Promise is a heart-wrenching true story. It is more than just a memoir; it is a story of death, sorrow, and government conspiracy. Kristin I. Morris and Dr. Joseph J. Zielinski share the tragic story of Jamarr Cruz. Jamarr was a bright young boy...

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Journey into Finance

Lessons Learned from the Rich and not so Famous
By E.N. Towner

Journey into Finance by E.N. Towner is a testimony of one woman’s experience with eliminating debt and restoring credit after bankruptcy. The book deals with all aspects of monetary responsibilities that many people take for granted. These responsibilities include: balancing a checkbook, understanding the value...

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Jew in Jail

By Gary Goldstein

Author Gary Goldstein was 37 years old, college educated and a former employee of New York City broadcasting, when he was arrested for armed robbery of three Chinese dry-cleaning stores in 1998 while he was high on valium and Tylenol with codeine, which he washed...

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