Seeing Eye Girl

A Memoir of Madness, Resilience, and Hope
By Beverly J. Armento

In Seeing Eye Girl: A Memoir of Madness, Resilience, and Hope by Beverly J. Armento, the author remembers the time when she was the eyes and ears of her blind mother. Beverly’s Italian father abandoned her, her sister Sharon, and her mother. While her mother...

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Sawubona, I See You

Stories by a Former Peace Corps Volunteer in Africa
By Daniel Stantus

Sawubona, I See You is a memoir by Daniel Stantus narrating his experiences as a former Peace Corps Volunteer in the early 1970s in Swaziland, Africa. The book contains six short stories based on his own life experiences in the exotic, wild, and untamed locales...

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State of Revolution

My Seven-and-a-Half-Year Journey Through Revolutionary War New Jersey
By Al Frazza

This fascinating little book could be called The Site that Al Built. Instead, it is named State of Revolution: My Seven-and-a-Half Year Journey Through Revolutionary War New Jersey. This book is the history of Al Frazza’s travels and research to make his historical website concerning...

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Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy

A Tank Platoon Leader in Iraq
By Galen D. Peterson

Strike Hard and Expect No Mercy follows author and former Tank Platoon Leader Galen D. Peterson's experiences while serving on behalf of the US Army in Iraq. A West Pointer who suffered a brain injury during his stay in Iraq, Lieutenant Peterson unwittingly received the...

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Saudade Summer

By Donald D. Senese

Saudade Summer by Donald D. Senese is a memoir of the author’s life as he reminisces about his past and how it shaped his present. For some people, one event or incident is enough to change them forever. It is his coming-of-age story where Donny...

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Second Chance

A Kidney Between Us
By Tina Shyver-Plank

Second Chance: A Kidney Between Us by Tina Shyver-Plank is a searingly honest short memoir about a special bond between two first cousins ​​and how their lives changed due to a shared kidney. Tina Shyver-Plank was 35 years old when she donated a kidney to...

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Saved

By Sarah Joy

Sarah Joy is a born-again Christian who has an inspiring testimony. In her book Saved, Sarah tells her life story and how God used strange circumstances to bring her to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. Too many Christians I know feel guilt...

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Swipe Write

A sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad, always brutally honest account of 20 online dates with 20 different men
By Lindsay Taylor Dellinger

Swipe Write: A Sometimes Hilarious, Sometimes Sad, Always Brutally Honest Account of 20 Online Dates with 20 Different Men, by Lindsay Taylor Dellinger, is a brave, fresh take for fans of dating/relationship books. This enlightening, sometimes LOL-funny memoir lets you take a peek behind the...

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Straight Enough

A Memoir
By Lorinda Boyer

Married right after her high school graduation, Lorinda Boyer feels that her body doesn't belong to her. She tries very hard to follow the rules imposed by the Bible on Christian women, rules which seem to favor only men. Sadly, Lorinda is too frightened to...

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Standing at Water's Edge

A Cancer Nurse, Her Four-Year-Old Son and the Shifting Tides of Leukemia
By Janice Post-White

Standing at Water's Edge: A Cancer Nurse, Her Four-Year-Old Son and the Shifting Tides of Leukemia describes Brennan's journey with leukemia and how it impacted his mother, Janice Post-White, and the rest of her family. Diagnosed at four and a half, it details his...

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