More Than I Could Ever Know

How I Survived Caregiving
By Ms Dale L. Baker

In More Than I Could Ever Know: How I Survived Caregiving, Dale L. Baker shares her journey of walking with her husband and his terminal struggle with cancer the last five years of his life. Written for caregivers in similar situations, Baker gives tips on...

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Mongolia Monologues

One woman's quest to experience, learn and grow...
By Joanne Nussbaum

You’re never too old to change or to learn. Joanne Nussbaum’s Mongolia Monologues is a perfect illustration of this truth. Joining the Peace Corps at the age of 53 presented some challenges to Joanne that might not befall someone much younger, but the lessons learned...

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Mysterious Ways

A Story of God's Grace in Life and Death
By Melissa Levi Clark

Mysterious Ways: A Story of God's Grace in Life and Death by Melissa Levi Clark is a vivid imagery and story of real life on Earth through the hands of time. With a simple, gifted and honest language, far from the realm of fiction, the...

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Madness, Miracles, Millions

By Joseph Semprevivo and Larry Semprevivo

Madness, Miracles, Millions is a memoir written by Joseph Semprevivo and his father, Larry Semprevivo. The story begins before Joseph was even born. Larry had been a pressman in a printing plant for over twenty years when the unthinkable occurred. Through another employee’s mistake, his...

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Mollie's War

The Letters of a World War II WAC in Europe
By Cyndee Schaffer and Mollie Weinstein Schaffer

Readers often only read about the men who served in World War II. What about the women? There were 150,000 women who served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. Come learn of one such brave woman as she served in England, France,...

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Mother and the Tiger

A Memoir of the Killing Fields
By Dana Hui Lim

Dana Hui Lim’s Mother and the Tiger: A Memoir of the Killing Fields is the autobiography of a life lived during one of the most painful times in human history. Hui is the sixth child born to Lim Cher Hoi and Tom Tai Keng in...

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Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF

A Metamorphosis
By Amanda Grieme

Motherhood Made ME Get Over MYSELF: A Metamorphosis is truly that. It's the story of one woman and the changes that she makes in her own mind, perception, and body as she progresses through life. Made all the more meaningful for being a true and...

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My Husband Looks Better in Lingerie Than I Do ... Damn It

By Bobbie Thompson

My Husband Looks Better in Lingerie Than I Do....Damn It is the insightful and real-life story of Bobbie, who fell in love with a transgender person named Alan (male counterpart) and Alana (female counterpart). Bobbie grew up obese and had very low self-esteem. This story...

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My Father's Prostitute

Story of a Stolen Childhood
By Steven Whitacre

My Father’s Prostitute: Story of a Stolen Childhood is a memoir written by Steven Whitacre. Whitacre was subjected to continued and frequent sexual abuse by his beloved father beginning at the age of 5 years and lasting until his later teens. His father was the...

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Maximum Insecurity

A Doctor in the Supermax
By William Wright, M.D.

Walking into a facility where the doors are outside of your control, where you’re locked in small hallways with no way out, where your every move is viewed and recorded can be a terrifying experience. It’s all in a day’s work when you’re in a...

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