Lancaster Bakery

Thank You, Come Back to See Us
By Anita Hinson Cauthen

Lancaster Bakery: Thank You, Come Back to See Us is a work of memoir non-fiction by author Anita Hinson Cauthen. Ernest Nebraska Courtney, Lancaster Bakery’s founder, repeated on his deathbed what he always called out to customers as they left the bakery with their current...

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Losing the Atmosphere

A Baffling Disorder, A Search for Help, and the Therapist Who Understood
By Vivian Conan

Losing the Atmosphere: A Baffling Disorder, A Search for Help, and the Therapist Who Understood by Vivian Conan documents the author's experience with mental illness and her journey to wholeness with forensic detail. In this gripping memoir, Conan shares her journey as she struggled with...

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Listen Mama

By M.S.P. Williams

M.S.P. Williams writes about his life growing up in Listen Mama. Manny writes letters in his journal that are directed at his mother. At 6 months of age, Manny was burned by a medical error that caused him to be disfigured. His mother settled the...

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Lucia's Story

My Imperfect Beauty
By Bella Lucia

Lucia's Story: My Imperfect Beauty by Bella Lucia is an inspiring memoir about the experiences of a woman with a facial difference. It documents her journey of self-discovery and how she was able to release shame and fear and become a fulfilled and vibrant person....

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Leah's Gift

A Story About Reframing Loss
By Destanne Norris

Leah's Gift: A Story About Reframing Loss by Destanne Norris is a poignant and beautiful story of the author's personal journey of grief and the loss of a loved one. She speaks about how grief can access the essence of life and its meaning and...

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Life Revived

The Business of Living Life
By Shelley Essery

“Don't quit today! Quit tomorrow!” Life Revived is significantly more than a business or self-help book. Shelley Essery shares many lessons from her heart, some painfully learned, as she reflects on 25 years of marriage, corporate career, and business life. With her frank and unpretentious...

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Leading At the Edge

True Tales from Canadian Police in Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping Missions Around the World
By Ben Maure

Leading At the Edge: True Tales from Canadian Police in Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping Missions Around the World by Ben J.S. Maure M.S.C. is an uplifting book that will take readers across a number of post-conflict zones to scenes of devastating natural disasters. The book also...

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Leza's Memoirs

Beating the Odds
By Richard L. Leza Sr.

Leza's Memoirs: Beating the Odds is a work of non-fiction which is written in the memoir and autobiographical style by author Richard L. Leza Sr. Best described as a memoir with a message, the author recounts some of the most pivotal experiences of his life...

Life's Curves

When the Present Triggers the Past
By Celia A. Milano

Life's Curves: When the Present Triggers the Past by Celia A. Milano is a non-fiction memoir that chronicles the multi-faceted life of Francesca “Fran” Brizzi from her youth through to today. The return of Fran's childhood friend in late 2019 from a photoshoot in Italy...

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Looking for the Lioness

A Safari to Myself
By Mary Morrison

After years of a self-focused, living-to-work lifestyle that was further worsened by divorce and losing her job, Mary decided to take a new route by traveling to Africa to impact lives as a teacher and conquer herself and her fears. At almost sixty, Mary yearned...

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