Nine Lives and Counting

A Memoir of Adventure, Self-Discovery and Bouncing Back
By John P. Culnane

Born in the middle of World War II in the UK, John P. Culnane realized the harsh reality of the outside world from a young age. He was sent to a brutal boarding school where physical punishment, hunger, and cruelty were a daily occurrence followed...

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Nancer the Dancer

Myositis and Me
By Judith Adrian

Nancer the Dancer: Myositis and Me is a work of non-fiction in the health and medical experience and personal memoir sub-genres, and was penned by author Judith Gwinn Adrian. As the title suggests, the work focuses on the condition of a person called Nancy, whose...

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Never Turn Your Back on the Tide

(Or, How I Married a Lying, Psychopathic Wannabe-Murderer and Kinda Lived to Tell)
By Kergan Edwards-Stout

French author Guy Blaise states that: “The most tolerant people that I know, both in America and in France, are gay...people in same-sex relationships care more for each other at a level that would embarrass heterosexuals.” No books I’ve read give more credibility to those...

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No One Knew

My Emotional Journey of Being Married to a Sociopath and How I Learned to Heal
By Renee Olivier

In No One Knew by Renee Olivier, when a divorced mother of two, Renee, met Joe online, little did she know she was inviting a manipulating sociopath into her life. At first, their relationship was a fairytale. Joe seemed the charismatic, charming, and devoted man...

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No Thanks

Black, Female, And Living in the Martyr-Free Zone
By Keturah Kendrick

No Thanks: Black, Female, and Living in the Martyr-Free Zone by Keturah Kendrick is a collection of essays that show the author’s journey to freedom in a world bound by expectations and pressures to conform as an educated black woman. The author explains and rationalizes...

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Nina's Memento Mori

By Mathias Freese

Nina's Memento Mori by Mathias Freese is a memoir about the author’s wife as he knew her in life. Loving someone in life is beautiful, but loving them in death is very difficult. The author shares the life of his wife and who she was...

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Nobody Gets Out Of Catering Alive...

By Joe Montaperto

Nobody Gets Out of Catering Alive is a humorous memoir written by Joe Montaperto. Joe always knew he had the gift to be a top comic but what happened? The other comics he had started out with were now-famous names -- and him? He was...

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No Rules

A Memoir
By Sharon Dukett

The year is 1971 and sixteen-year-old Sharon is sick and tired of the life she is living. With parents that control her every move in life and deny her the choice to attend college because she’s a female, she decides to run away with her...

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New Yorkers

A Feisty People Who Will Unsettle, Madden, Amuse and Astonish You
By Clifford Browder

New Yorkers: A Feisty People Who Will Unsettle, Madden, Amuse and Astonish You is a work of non-fiction written in the style of a memoir, and was penned by author Clifford Browder. Part travel guidebook and part nostalgic memoir, this excellent read is for anyone...

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Never a Stranger

From her past in Croatia and Russia, to finding a son in Bhutan, to befriending women in Africa, one woman's stories of travel, connection, and self-discovery.
By Tania Romanov

Every now and then I come across a book that I wish everyone would read. Never a Stranger: From her past in Croatia and Russia, to finding a son in Bhutan, to befriending women in Africa, one woman’s stories of travel, connection, and self-discovery by...

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