Native Places

Drawing as a Way to See
By Frank Harmon

Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See by Frank Harmon is a fascinating book that will give a new perspective on the places we come from and the lives we lead. The author helps us realize that home is just not the place we...

Never Sold Out

By Douglas Frank Marsh

Never Sold Out by Doug Marsh with Carlo Brigola begins with a typical story of a young man in a band in the eighties and a spare ticket to a Van Halen concert. Fast forward to the nineties and Carlo, the owner of a CD...

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Never A $7 Wh*re

A Bootstrap Success Story About Determination in the Face of Overwhelming Odds (The $7 Series Book 1)
By Toni Crowe

Never A $7 Wh*re: My Journey from a Lady of The Night to the Lady of the Boardroom is a nonfiction memoir written by Toni Crowe. When she was eighteen years old, Toni left her home and family in Chicago to move to Cleveland with...

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Nothing But Blue

A Memoir
By Diane Lowman

Nothing But Blue: A Summer At Sea by Diane Meyer Lowman is an adventurous and fascinating memoir that takes readers on a trip along with the author when she travels on a German container ship on a working stint abroad. As a nineteen-year-old Middlebury College...

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New York City Bum

By David Boglioli

New York City Bum by David Boglioli is a memoir in which David talks about his life living on the streets of New York as a so-called homeless person. In the book, David talks briefly at the beginning about his pre-homeless life where he worked...

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Nobody Told Me

Love in the Time of Dementia
By S.R. Karfelt

Nobody Told Me: Love in the Time of Dementia: A Memoir by S.R. Karfelt revolves around the topic of dementia and is a good read for all those who are dealing with dementia patients at home and in the workplace. The book tackles the author’s...

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Never A Dull Moment

A Teacher's Memoir of Her Very Special Students
By Teresa Ann Holmgren

Never a Dull Moment: A Teacher's Memoir of Her Very Special Students by Teresa Ann Holmgren was an educational experience. In the book, Holmgren shares some stories of the students that have made a lasting impression on her. Some stories are cute and some are...

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No Place Like Hope

A Journey Through Poverty
By Stanley Leone Jr

No Place Like Hope by Stanley Leone Jr is an intense and gripping memoir. But it’s also reflective, introspective, inspirational and a must-read for all who believe that they cannot rise above the lot life has given them, because, well, “apples don’t fall far from...

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Never Too Late

From Wannabe to Wife at 62
By B. Lynn Goodwin

Never Too Late: From Wannabe to Wife at 62 by B. Lynn Goodwin is a memoir of Lynn’s journey in her sixties as a single woman to getting married for the first time. Never Too Late starts with Lynn talking about her life and how...

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Never Say I Can't

(...After Stroke)
By Philip Catshill

Humorous, poignant, and downright hilarious, this memoir begins with the most intriguing question: “When these people turn up at the police stations, hospitals or even at the local library complaining ‘I’ve lost my memory,’ why doesn’t someone ask, ‘How do you know?’” Former British police...

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