Tales of the Philippines

In the Early 1900's
By Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr.

Tales of the Philippines: In the Early 1900's is a nonfiction memoir written by Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr. with a preface by his son, William C. Buckner. The memoir consists of over 80 short accounts of Buckner’s experiences as a West Point graduate who was...

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The Greater Weight of Glory

A Memoir
By Robin Farnsworth

The Greater Weight of Glory is a powerful memoir penned by author Robin Farnsworth. Depicting the heart-wrenching story of how the author herself came to God, and her relationship with her son Spencer before and after his untimely death, this harrowing yet inspiring tale takes...

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Toward Happier Choices

A Coffee Conspiracy
By Michael Oborn

Toward Happier Choices: A Coffee Conspiracy by Michael Oborn is a collection of thoughts or a recollection of a man’s journey as he moved towards believing in himself, understanding his worth and finding out that what he had in himself was always enough. The chapters...

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The Bipolar Addict

Drinks, Drugs, Delirium & Why Sober Is the New Cool
By Conor Bezane

In Conor Bezane’s The Bipolar Addict, we get a first-hand account and experience of someone suffering from an oftentimes misunderstood mental illness. We follow Conor through the '90s and 2000s as his manic depression, along with a pairing drug and alcohol addiction, began to slowly...

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Tightwads on the Loose

A Seven Year Pacific Odyssey
By Wendy Hinman

Tightwads on the Loose: A Seven Year Pacific Odyssey by Wendy Hinman is a memoir of the adventure of a lifetime. When Wendy met Garth in Washington D.C., she was fascinated to learn that he had sailed around the world with his family and...

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Trespassing

When Nature Speaks Do We Listen?
By J.T. Blossom

Trespassing: When Nature Speaks Do We Listen? by J.T. Blossom is a collection of dramatic stories which throws light on the author's privileged American lifestyle and how it influenced his actions towards others and nature. It reveals his reverence for nature and speaks about the...

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The Titanic Effect

Successfully Navigating the Uncertainties that Sink Most Startups
By Todd Saxton, M. Kim Saxton, Michael Cloran

The Titanic Effect by Todd Saxton, M. Kim Saxton, and Michael Cloran is a non-fiction business book meant for entrepreneurs. In this book, Todd, Kim, and Michael have compared the sinking of the famous ship, the Titanic, after its collision with an iceberg to running...

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Texas City Tales

My Youthful Adventures in the 40's and 50's in Texas City, Texas
By William L. Slager

Texas City Tales: My Youthful Adventures in the 40's and 50's in Texas City, Texas by William L. Slager is the memoir of a boy raised back in the days when life was simpler and technology did not rule people's lives. Mr. Slager was born...

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Two Years of Wonder

A Memoir
By Ted Neill

To live in this environment today, you must pray because every day there is so much tragedy and abuse infiltrating our world, regardless if you are an elderly person, woman, or child. Two Years of Wonder: A Memoir by Ted Neill will take you on...

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True Tales of a Traveller

Goodbye Sinai
By Alix Lee

True Tales of a Traveller: Goodbye Sinai by Alix Lee takes us on a journey to early 1980s Israel, where he works at several kibbutzim or communal villages. He meets people who have also come from other countries to work at kibbutzim as well. Several...

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