Risking Is Better Than Regretting

Live Without Regrets
By Cornelia E. Davis

Risking Is Better Than Regretting is a motivational memoir by Cornelia E. Davis, MD. Davis relates her decades' long experiences as a doctor in multiple countries of Asia and Africa, working on the eradication of infectious diseases on behalf of WHO and other international foundations....

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Redefining Normal

How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love
By Alexis Black

Discover how to change your perceptions and break toxic patterns in your relationships in the empowering memoir, Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness, and Love by Alexis Black. Alexis and Justin both grew up in toxic situations. Determined...

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Running From Hippos

A Memoir of Trauma and Depression
By BD Timmins

Running From Hippos: A Memoir of Trauma and Depression by BD Timmins is a moving, powerful autobiography about surviving the darkness of trauma. Starting with the early days, the author takes you back to the beginning of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, onward through the...

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Run, Walk, Crawl

A Caregiver Caught Between Generations
By Sarahbeth Persiani

Run, Walk Crawl: A Caregiver Caught Between Generations is a memoir by Sarahbeth Persiani. In this book, she recounts the difficulties of being in the “sandwich generation,” in which a person juggles being a parent to young children while also becoming a caretaker for their...

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Rabbit in the Moon

A Memoir
By Heather Diamond

Rabbit in the Moon by Heather Diamond is a fascinating memoir centering around the marriage between a white American and her Chinese husband from Hong Kong. At forty-five years old and married, Heather is studying in China for the summer when she meets Fred, who...

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Rebel Mama

By Laura Rafferty

Rebel Mama is a work of non-fiction in the memoir genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by Laura Rafferty. The book follows the author’s first year of motherhood in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. Upon deciding to have...

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Raising Taylor, Finding Superwoman

The Difficult Choices Many Parents Find Hard to Make
By Sharon Taylor-Harris

Raising Taylor, Finding Superwoman: The Difficult Choices Many Parents Find Hard to Make is about a single mother raising her daughter in today’s competitive world. Author Sharon Taylor-Harris writes candidly about the time, effort, and sacrifices both she and her daughter put into Taylor’s schooling...

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Red Card: A Bet You Can Win!

By Tony Kelly

Red Card: A Bet You Can Win! documents the fascinating journey of a former professional football player, Tony Kelly, including his struggle with gambling and his experiences with racism. Kelly was born in 1966 and grew up in Coventry, UK. His family, especially his twin...

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Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad

By Eric Heard

Eric L. Heard in Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad recounts his early years (childhood to high school) in an effort to lay the groundwork for the life education of his grade school son. Mr. Heard writes that he may have overreacted to his...

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Reflections from Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling

Finding My True Self in Corporate America
By Stephanie Battaglino

Every so often someone asks “if you were to come back in another life, what would you like to be?” Answers range from being reborn as animals to plants to being the opposite sex. That last reply is what Stephanie Battaglino experienced when, after living...

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