Small Talk with Myself

Reflections on Pandemic Single Life
By L.B. Lewis

Small Talk with Myself by L.B. Lewis is a short non-fiction memoir that brings us into the world of one woman living on her own in isolation during the pandemic. Lewis transports the reader into the San Francisco Bay area, showing us the corner of...

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Speedy

Hurled Through Havoc
By Dave Letterfly Knoderer

Speedy Hurled Through Havoc by Dave Letterfly Knoderer is a poignant, slice-of-life memoir that will entertain and inspire you. Set against the backdrop of circus life and love for the road, the author tells a collection of stories: his father Billy's and his own. Readers...

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Suit to Saddle

Cycling to Self-Discovery on the Southern Tier
By Larry Walsh

Suit to Saddle: Cycling to Self-Discovery on the Southern Tier by Larry Walsh is the story of riding a bicycle across the southern half of the United States, from California to Florida. The ride took place at a rough time in Walsh’s life when he’d...

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Service to Civilian

A Journey Through PTSD
By Nathan Gould

What is it like to see active service in the army? What is it like to see duty in Iraq? What is it like to return home without a plan for the future? How do you feel when you consider suicide? What is it like...

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Secret Warriors, Psychic Spies

Redux
By Roger Mannon

Secret Warriors, Psychic Spies: Redux by Roger Mannon is a compelling memoir that opens the door to what happened in the CIA's Stargate Project, a government-backed program on psychic phenomena. Though the author has previously written a fictionalized version of the events as he experienced...

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Stuccoville

Life Without a Net
By Charles Lewis Radke

Stuccoville: Life Without a Net by Charles Lewis Radke is a poignant memoir about a mother/son relationship. Radke tells of his impoverished childhood, having little to eat besides tomato sandwiches, caring for his mother, who was ill with lupus, and dealing with the void left...

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See Me Grieve

A Widow's Journey
By E. A. Tobolski

Poignantly rendered and profoundly moving, See Me Grieve: A Widow's Journey by E. A. Tobolski tells the author’s story after the sudden death of her husband and the pain into which it plunged her, but it is also a story of triumph over grief, and...

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Sandwiched

A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go
By Laurie James

Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go by Laurie James is an inspiring, moving memoir that will give you hope and light. This book is aptly titled Sandwiched because the author felt sandwiched between various obligations: her parents, teenage daughters, and her rocky...

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Sapphire Promise

Based on a true story of loyalty, trust, and unfailing love
By Sally Brandle

Prisoners of war stories evoke tremendous interest and empathy with their tragedies and triumphant survival. Sally Brandle has written a fictionalized account in Sapphire Promise of Annike’s survival in the Dutch East Indies, now Indonesia. Japan overran Indonesia in 1942, interning and then imprisoning Annike...

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Surviving Chaos

How I Found Peace at A Beach Bar
By Harold Phifer

Raised by a schizophrenic mother and a manipulating aunt in Mississippi, Harold’s childhood is fraught with consistent abuse and violence. He soon learns the art of becoming invisible and complacent to avoid the daily ritual of physical and emotional attacks, not only from those who...

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