Stories for My Sons

By Marko Vukosavovic

Marko Vukosavovic’s memoir, Stories for My Sons, documents the Vukosavovic family’s history from 1479 to current times. It includes his personal experiences growing up in the former Yugoslavia, his departure from his home country following Yugoslavia’s breakup, and bits of his life in America. The...

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Starvin' Artist

Hunger for Success
By Anthony Waldren

On its surface Starvin' Artist: Hunger for Success is an inspirational memoir by graphic artist and businessman Anthony Waldren. On a deeper level, it’s a thoughtful, insightful, and reflective work of philosophy about life based on the lessons Waldren has learned. As a memoir, it’s...

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Saigon

By Ralph Pezzullo

Inspired by his own experiences of living in Vietnam as a kid from 1963-65, author Ralph Pezzullo's Saigon tells the story of Michael Sforza, the thirteen-year-old son of a US diplomat, trying to navigate life in the embassy during one of the most tumultuous times...

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Snow Blind

Recovering After the Random Shooting
By William M Johnson

Snow Blind: Recovering After the Random Shooting by William M Johnson begins in July 1991 when, at the age of 41, Bill Johnson was shot in the left temple. The bullet passed behind the orbits of his eyes and exited at the right temple. Accepting...

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Surviving The Divine

A Memoir Of Rude Awakening
By Raphael Cushnir

Surviving the Divine by Raphael Cushnir is Raphael’s account of his life before and after meeting his wife Hannah, an acupuncturist with her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, and an actress. Raphael’s abusive upbringing during the 60s was devoid of love and nurturing. In 1991 at...

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Sand and Steel

A Memoir of Longing and Finding Home
By Dorit Sasson

Sand and Steel: A Memoir of Longing and Finding Home by Dorit Sasson provides a window into the mind of a migrant that straddles two homes, mindsets, and cultures. “In Israel, one needs to adjust one’s expectations constantly and adapt to new situations. You have...

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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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