Remembering Shanghai

A Memoir of Scholars, Socialites and Scoundrels
By Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao

Remembering Shanghai: A Memoir of Scholars, Socialites and Scoundrels by Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao traces the story of the once wealthy Sun family from the founding patriarch, a bright and hard-working peasant youth who rises to high honor in the Imperial court, to...

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Rainbows of Joy

From a Diary of Despair
By Lynn M

Rainbows of Joy: From a Diary of Despair by Lynn M is a memoir that follows the author's healing journey, someone who suffered from depression, alcohol addiction, and wallowed in despair after a broken marriage. In this book, the author shares the journey towards healing...

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Reflections In the Key of Life

By Tad Sisler and Steve Madaio

Reflections In the Key of Life is an autobiographical work focused on and penned by trumpeter Steve Madaio, along with the assistance of Tad Sisler. Recording his life as a musician through the turbulent social changes of the 1960s, through pivotal events such as Woodstock...

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Resurrection Lily

The BRCA Gene, Hereditary Cancer & Lifesaving Whispers from the Grandmother I Never Knew
By Amy Byer Shainman

Because of her family history, a woman begins to realize she has a very high chance of developing breast and ovarian cancer. Being the competitive yet sympathetic person she is, she takes steps to take control of the situation and to create a record for...

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Regression

By Twilah Hiari

Regression is a non-fiction memoir written in the first person voice by Twilah Hiari on her struggles with mental illnesses and trauma. Regression starts off fairly chronologically and initially begins with childhood reminiscences, early childhood experiences, how she felt growing up, her relationship with her...

Risk A Verse

A Year in Daily Sonnets
By Libby Weber

Risk A Verse: A Year in Daily Sonnets is a poetic work of memoir written by poet and author Libby Weber. This publication comes as a result of the San Diego-based writer and musician putting a challenge to herself to compose a sonnet which encompasses...

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Red Dot Shot

Phantom of the Wilderness
By Kramer Elkman

Red Dot Shot: Phantom of the Wilderness by Kramer Elkman is a revealing memoir about a difficult father and son relationship. Six-year-old Kramer's earliest memory is that of a little boy seemingly unable to do anything that pleases his father. One of his earliest memories...

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Redlined

A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago
By Linda Gartz

Redlined: A Memoir of Race, Change, and Fractured Community in 1960s Chicago by Linda Gartz was inspired by the true events of Chicago around the time of the Civil Rights Movement and by family memorabilia she stumbled upon after the deaths of her parents. Redlined...

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Remember Me

How my soul connection with animals helped me recover from a severe brain injury
By Linda Nija Nations

Nothing is as riveting, nor compelling, nor enlightening to a heightened understanding of our own existence as listening to a survivor tell about their restoration from major brain damage. Linda Nija Nations, in her highly personal and touching memoir, Remember Me, adds to the automatic...

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Rock Candy Mountain

A Memoir: A young boy's adventure in the rough and tumble times of Eastern Kentucky in the early 1900's
By Earl Davis

Rock Candy Mountain by Earl Davis is quite a different type of memoir in that it focuses on just a short period of the author’s life, up until the age of fourteen, with most of the story revolving around a two-year period from the age...